Asheville Obituaries

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  • Tuesday Jul 17 | via Mountain Xpress 

    Asheville Archives: The death of George Willis Pack

    THE GIVER: George Willis Pack arrived in Asheville in 1884. The wealthy lumberman donated land, buildings and money to both the city and its residents.

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  • Monday Jul 16 | via Daily Reporter 

    Eleanor Mae Donaldson

    Eleanor Mae "Ellie" Donaldson, 2 year old daughter of Kevin and Christian Donaldson went to heaven at 1:20 p.m. on Thursday, July 12, 2018. She was born August 15, 2015 at Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, NC.

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  • Thursday Jul 12 | via Watauga Democrat 

    Janelle Webster Lindhorst

    Janelle Webster Lindhorst, 82, of Asheville, North Carolina passed away on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 after a period of declining health. Born in Creston, NC, she was the daughter of the late Mae Brown Sutherland Webster and Fred Raymond Webster.

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  • Monday Jul 9 | via Coalfield.com 

    Susan Aline Powers

    Susan Aline Powers, 86, passed away peacefully into the arms of the Lord and Savior on Saturday morning, July 7, 2018.

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  • Thursday Jul 5 | via The Gaston Gazette 

    Wreck kills man on his 20th birthday

    A man was killed on his 20th birthday after he wrecked his Ford Explorer on a Gaston County highway. Ozzy Jeovahany Bastardo-Jacinto, of Asheville, was driving from one construction job to another Tuesday, according to Highway Patrol Trooper Ray Pierce.

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  • Tuesday Jul 3 | via Watauga Democrat 

    Howard Earl Brookshire, Jr.

    He was born in Boone, N.C., on November 25, 1937, to Howard E Brookshire, Sr., and Gladys Cook Brookshire. He was a resident of Carolina Beach, N.C. He was a veteran of the US Army.

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  • Jun 12, 2018 | via Mountain Xpress 

    Asheville Archives: The deaths of Thomas Wolfe

    WOLFE PACK: Unlike Thomas K. Wolfe, Asheville's Thomas C. Wolfe did not quite reach the mature age of 88. Dead at 37, reports lamented his premature passing, a result of tubercular meningitis. It's not often that two men, unrelated, share both a name and a profession.

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  • Jun 11, 2018 | via The Greenville News 

    Furman freshman dies in NC accident

    "It was one of those deals where it was a complete accident, from what I'm being told," a state trooper told the Citizen Times Friday morning. Furman University freshman dies after accident in North Carolina "It was one of those deals where it was a complete accident, from what I'm being told," a state trooper told the Citizen Times Friday morning.

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  • Jun 11, 2018 | via Watauga Democrat 

    Beverly Normand Crittenden

    Beverly Normand Crittenden passed into the arms of her loving Father June 10th, 2018, at the Foley Center in Blowing Rock, N.C. She is survived by her son, Jeff Crittenden and wife Laurie of Boone, NC; three grandchildren, Sarah Crittenden Wohlwend and husband Taylor of San Diego, CA, Zack Crittenden of Boone, NC, and Hannah Crittenden of Asheville, NC; as well as nephews and cousins. "Bev" attended Louisiana College in Pineville, LA, then moved to Atlanta to work for Delta Air Lines.

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  • Jun 8, 2018 | via The Asheville Citizen-Times 

    Roberson grad ID'd after fatal accident

    "It was one of those deals where it was a complete accident, from what I'm being told," a state trooper told the Citizen Times Friday morning. Recent Roberson grad dies after accident in Weaverville "It was one of those deals where it was a complete accident, from what I'm being told," a state trooper told the Citizen Times Friday morning.

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  • Jun 3, 2018 | via Santa Fe New Mexican 

    Physicist co-founded Santa Fe Institute

    David Pines, a physicist who worked with the likes of Robert Oppenheimer, David Bohm and Murray Gell-Mann and helped found the Santa Fe Institute, died of pancreatic cancer in Urbana, Ill., on May 3. He was 93. David Pines' scientific interests ranged from studies of electronic interaction in metals, the cosmic super fluids within neutron stars, the properties of superconductors and quantum liquids. All this from a man who, by his own admission, had no yen for physics as a kid, despite the fact he liked to experiment with a chemistry set in his basement.

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