Frank Price Hall III ’68

Frank Hall III '68The family of Frank Price Hall III, mourns the loss of a beloved husband, brother, uncle, stepfather, and grandfather. Frank passed away at his home on Lake Wylie after an extended illness on Thursday, January 4, 2018.

Born on July 9, 1944, in Charlotte, North Carolina, Frank spent his early life in Belmont.

He attended Asheville School and Davidson College and graduated from The Darlington School in Rome, Georgia, and St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Frank continued his education throughout his life. His many interests included philosophy and spirituality.

In 1979, he met and later married his soul mate Janice Golden Freeman, who became over their 36 years of marriage his best friend, and confidante. Shortly after they married, they moved to Lake Wylie, South Carolina.

Frank will be remembered fondly by his friends and family for his warmth, energy and humor, marked by a funny yuk-yuk laugh! As a young man Frank excelled at water skiing, snow skiing and the game of golf, all of which he tackled enthusiastically with abandon.

During their married life, Frank and Jan devoted much of their time and resources to Light Haven, a spiritual center in the North Carolina foothills, which they co-founded and continue to support as benefactors. He and Jan were Angel Donors to Dream Nursery and Primary School in Kasenge, Uganda, serving pre-K-6th grade, which aids orphans and prisoners’ children who would otherwise be denied an education.

Frank is survived by his wife Jan; his sister, Nancy Green (Mrs. Holcombe T. Green, Jr.) of Atlanta, Georgia; his nephews Holcombe Green, III (Monica Green and their daughters Abigail and Cecily) and Frank Hall Green (Molly Green and their daughters Cece and Tucker), all of New York City.

Jan’s children of his heart, Amy Freeman Todd (Phillip Todd and their sons Joe and Josh Freeman, daughters Ashlyn Todd Harris and Kellyn Todd Holt) of Shelby, North Carolina, Alison Freeman (daughter Caley McDonald) of Macon, Georgia, and Angela Freeman Short (Dale Short, son Justin of Pawley’s Island, South Carolina, and daughter Sally Armstrong) of Charlotte, North Carolina; seven great-grandchildren; and his beloved canine companion Bella, who brought much joy!

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Agape Hospice, 1316 Ebenezer Road, Rock Hill, SC 29732 or Light Haven, 1325 McEntire Road, Tryon, NC 28782.

There will be no funeral per Frank’s request, but a Celebration of Life ceremony at Light Haven on Sunday, January 21, at 2 p.m.

Frank asked that everyone who reads this say a prayer for the fulfillment of the Divine Plan on earth.

The family would like to extend special thanks to Dale and Donna Gould and Aicha Weiler of Lake Wylie and Aeptha and Eushahn Lonz of Tryon, North Carolina, for their constant care.

Condolence messages may be sent online at www.mcleanfuneral.com.

McLean Funeral Directors of Belmont is serving the Hall family.

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Carl William (Bill) Bernard ’68

Carl William (Bill) Bernard, passed away November 12, 2017 in Dallas, Texas. He was born in Jacksonville, FL to parents Turnbull and Eleanor Bernard on October 17, 1946. He attended Fishweir before his family moved to Georgia.

After graduating from Davidson College, he served in Vietnam as a Lieutenant in the U. S. Army. Bill is survived by his brother, David Meade Bernard (Libby) of Orinda, California.

Donations may be made in his memory to your local Alzheimer’s Association.

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Samuel Mitchell Bradley ’68

Samuel Mitchell Bradley, 70, passed away peacefully on July 14, 2017 at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. He was born on September 30, 1946 in Asheville, NC to James Wesley and Virginia Card Bradley.

He graduated from Davidson College with a Bachelors in History and from NC State with his Masters in Accounting. Samuel was self-employed as a CPA since 1984.

Samuel was preceded in death by his father. He is survived by his loving wife of 33 years, Sally Bradley; one son, James Bernard Bradley (Jordan); mother, Virginia Bradley; one grandson, Samuel Griffin Bradley; and two sisters, Sarah Davis (Rudy) and Nancy Gettys (Bill).

A memorial service for Samuel will be held at 3:00 pm on Sunday, July 23, 2017 at Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel with The Rt. Rev. Lane A. Sapp and Rev. Judy M. Knopf officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a charity of your choice.

Wayne Everett Crumwell ’68

Wayne Everett Crumwell '68 Wayne Everett Crumwell died on Sunday, November 6, 2016.

Survivors are: beloved life partner, Glenda Hart Slade; children, SFC Wade Crumwell (La Tonya), Chad Crumwell (Amy), Tina Chestnut (Reginald), Rashad Slade (Misty) and Alexandria Battle; 13 grandchildren; siblings, Shirley Elam (Otis), Joyce Alleyne, Wanda Williams (Raymond), Steven Jones (Sharon), Larry Jones, Alex Hawkins, Sr. (Tammie), Clarence Hawkins, Waverly Hawkins, Kevin Hawkins, Lynn Hawkins, Donald Hawkins, Richard Hawkins, Scott Riley (Barbara), Michael Riley, Thomas Riley, Deborah Evans (Darryl), Vanessa Taylor (Jerry) and Lauren Riley; other relatives and many cherished friends.

Memorial services will be conducted 3:00 p.m. Sunday, November 13, 2016 from the First Baptist Church, 401 Hubbard Street with Dr. Joseph A. Bryant presiding. The family visitation will be Sunday from 2 until 3 p.m. at the church.

In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions made to the Wounded Warriors, 4899 Belfort Road Suite 300, Jacksonvile, Florida 32256. Funeral arrangements are by Johnson & Sons.

Online expressions may be offered at www.johnsonandsonscare.com.

Holbrook Buckmaster Coyne Jr. ’68

Holbrook Buckmaster Coyne Jr., 68, of Charlotte, formerly of Morehead City, passed away unexpectedly Monday, July 28, 2014. He was surrounded by his loving family and will forever be missed.

His memorial is at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Morehead City.

“Buck” was born in Danville, Va., on Oct. 29, 1945. He grew up in Virginia and Connecticut and attended Kent School in Kent, Conn., before moving to Spartanburg, S.C. He found his home in the South. Buck became an accomplished track star and was the starting quarterback at Spartanburg High School. Buck and his family met many lifelong friends in Spartanburg and always cherished those friends and memories.

After spending his high school days in Spartanburg, he left South Carolina for Davidson College in North Carolina. Buck was a member of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity and the Davidson track team. He entered Officer Training School during the Vietnam War and achieved the rank of captain in the U.S. Army. After the war, he returned to Davidson and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He entered and graduated from the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law.

He married the love of his life Nina Carson Williams while attending law school and soon settled in Morehead City. Buck and Nina adored Morehead City immediately. They loved the town and their amazing friends. The couple had two sons, Brook and Charlie, and enjoyed many, many happy years in Morehead City. The family treasured boat excursions to “The Island,” skiing vacations in Vermont and father-son trips to Atlanta Braves games.

After Nina passed away in 1993, Buck married Mary Criswell and moved to Ada, Okla. He enjoyed many good years in Ada and had a very successful law practice. Buck also became very close with his two stepdaughters, Anne and Spencer Criswell, and saw them grow into fine young women. The family thanks Mary Criswell and Connie Byrum for providing many happy years later in his life.

Buck will be missed by many. He is best known for his sarcastic sense of humor, love of Carolina, the law, fine food and a stiff Dewar’s and water.

He is survived by his two sons, Holbrook “Brook” Buckmaster Coyne III and wife Alison and Charles “Charlie” Williams Coyne and wife Julie; two sisters, Kathy Belcher and Clare Coyne; and three grandchildren, Jack, Joey and Charles.

In addition to his wife Nina, he was preceded in death by his his mother and father Kitty Coyne and Holbrook Buckmaster Coyne.

Visitation will be immediately following the Saturday service in the St. Andrew’s churchyard.

Arrangements are by Munden Funeral Home and Crematory Inc. of Morehead City. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.mundenfuneralhome.net.

 

 

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