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Alma McLeod Cagle

Died: Wed., Sep. 9, 2009

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LENOIR

Alma McLeod Cagle of Lenoir, formerly of Carthage, NC passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 9, 2009.

A funeral service will be conducted at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 12, 2009 at Red Branch Baptist Church with the Rev. Scott McInnis and the Rev. D. C. Sullivan officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

She was born October 26, 1920 in Montgomery County. Her husband, Johnny Earl Cagle, preceded her in death. Alma operated a fabrics store in Carthage for several years. She was a strong Christian lady who faithfully served her Lord and was a witness to many people.

Survivors are: children Allen & Laura Cagle of Carthage, Sue Thompson of Lenoir, Roger & Paula Cagle of Carthage and Linda & Wesley Gray of Lenoir; eight brothers and sisters: Paul McLeod, Rex McLeod, Odell McLeod, Hubert McLeod, Ray Von McLeod, Edna Reynolds, Ruby Davis, Loretta Garner; grandchildren Brad Cagle, Scott Cagle, Keith Gray, Connie Thomas, Kelly Clark, Dean Gray, Tracy Gray, Kevin Cagle and Brian Cagle; nine great grandchildren.

Her seven grandsons will honor their grandmother by serving as pallbearers.

Visitation will follow the funeral service in the church fellowship hall and at other times at the home of Allen Cagle.

Fry and Prickett is serving the family. On line condolences may be made at www.FryandPrickett.com.

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Dawn Shepley Williams
   Posted Fri September 11, 2009
Mrs. Alma was a truly great lady. She will surely be missed.

Kathy Whitaker
   Posted Fri September 11, 2009
Linda,

I heard about the passing of your mother, and I'm so sorry. I didn't realize she was living in Lenoir.
I wasn't able to come to the funeral home. I am out of town, using a laptop to write this.
Please contact me when you return home. I would love to talk to you.I think of you often & spoke with Ann recently.

For You...
The one person you could always count on was mom, but just remember she will never be gone.
You had good times and bad times, and no one can take that away, sharing and caring about the special things each and every day.
The love and joy you share, even if you were apart, as long as you remember, she will always be with you in your heart.

Love Ya,
Kathy Whitaker

Ed and Nelda Cockman
   Posted Sat September 12, 2009
Our sincere sympathy to Alma's family and all who loved her. We remember her from when we were all young--and what a lovely lady she always was. She was a good friend to my mother Frances and we appreciated that friendship. Our prayers for God's blessing of peace in the midst of your loss.

Rebecca Lenoir
   Posted Sat September 12, 2009
My thoughts are with you and your family. It was my pleasure helping Mrs. Cagle in her time of need.
My deepest regrets.
Rebecca Lenoir RN