June Delores Flint
Born May 17, 1924 - January 1, 2018.
June Delores Flint passed away January 1st, 2018. June was 93 years of age. She lived most of her adult life in Edgecombe County. June married Richard E. Flint in June of 1958 and remained married 59 years. Together they raised 5 children.
June was the oldest of eight children, born to James and Neva McCormick. Her siblings included her brothers: James “Bo” McCormick, Curtis J. McCormick, Charles Neal McCormick, and Wayne McCormick and her sisters Geraldine “Bunny” Lovullo, Alice King, and Judy Flint.
June was the mother of five children: Donald L. Carter and wife Patricia, Sandra Hazelwood and husband William, Tyrone Hucks, Scotty Hucks and wife Dianne, and Ricky Hucks.
There are 12 grandchildren and many great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
Family and friends know her as a strong independent woman, but also as a devoted wife and mother. She was a beautiful person both inside and out and very loyal to those she loved.
June devoted her life to Jehovah God at the age of 16 at the 1941 Theocratic Assembly of Jehovah’s Witnesses in St. Louis, Missouri. She was fully immersed by water baptism to symbolize her dedication to serve Jehovah and did so up till her death. She believed deeply in the Bible’s promise of life everlasting on a paradise earth and shared her hope with others at every opportunity.
June loved nature, always outside planting and watering anything beautiful that grew from the earth. She had an encyclopedic knowledge of plants, vegetables, and flowers and would often share this knowledge with others. June also loved to sing. If she was working, she was singing. She also enjoyed painting in oils and gave many of her paintings away to family and friends. She also enjoyed working word search and crossword puzzles. She also loved shopping.
Friends and family will remember her as a kind and gentle person who never intentionally hurt anyone. She loved her heavenly Father and was also confident that her heavenly Father would remember her.
The family will be receiving friends at 928 Manning Road, Tarboro, NC and a
viewing (12:30-2) and Funeral at (2 pm) will be held at Carlisle Funeral Home on Saturday, January the 6, 2018.
Arrangements are by Carlisle Funeral Home, Inc., of Tarboro. Online condolences may be directed to the family by visiting www.carlislefuneralhome.com.
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To the family,
My condolences to the loss of your love one. I know it is hard to deal with this grief-stricken pain. But God, whose name is Jehovah, stated in his word the Bible that “death will be no more”. (Psalms 83:18, 1 Timothy 3:16, Revelation 21:4). Also, his son, Jesus Christ, assured us at John 5:28,29: “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment”. So, rest assured, you will be able to see your love one again.
I’ve attached a link to one of our tracts from our website, jw.org. The tract asks this question, “Can the Dead Really Live Again?” It has wonderful scriptural encouragement that will help from God’s word.
Again, my sincerest condolences,
Submitted by J on Jan 19 2018 09:11:33 PM
To The Family,
As Bible students we look forward to the day when all Bible prophecies are fulfilled. Even though our faith remains strong, it still hurts so much when one of our brothers or sisters fall asleep in death. (John 11:11-14) During her many years as a faithful servant of Jehovah, Sis. Flint no doubt, experienced many joys and challenging times during her lifetime. The most important joy was studying the Bible and teaching her family about the loving kindness of Jehovah God and His Son, Jesus Christ. When the Lord Jesus awakens the dead I look forward to serving Jehovah unitedly with my dear sister again, but this time forever!
With Warm Christian Love,
Bro. Terrone Sterling
Submitted by Terrone Sterling on Jan 8 2018 08:15:12 AM
It always seem too soon when we lose such a wonderful loving person but how comforting it is to have happy memories and prayers fill our hearts forever. Please accept my deepest compassion. There is little that I personally can say or do to ease your pain and grief. May knowing that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many bring a measure of comfort. We look forward to the time when all things that cause sickness and death will be eradicated by God's kingdom (Matthew 6:9,10)."
Submitted by K Sterling on Jan 8 2018 07:13:38 AM
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Billy & Ruth Bridgers lit a candle on Jan 6 2018 11:43:15 AM
My deepest sympathies goes out to her family. She was a very kind lady with a heart of gold and a precious soul She will be missed by many. Rest in peace dear lady.
Submitted by Beth Evans on Jan 3 2018 05:52:32 PM
It is sad to learn that you are mourning the loss of June. Please accept my condolences. In the days ahead, you will reflect on seemingly small, yet precious memories. And just as you have memories, our God remembers too. Through Jesus, he has demonstrated among many witnesses, that he will indeed restore life on earth to those in his memory. Therefore, take comfort as you view the video link below:
Submitted by Crystol Smith on Jan 3 2018 03:22:54 AM
Grandma did love to shop. I remember many a trip to the malls in Rocky Mt. and Greenville. I almost always became car-sick. I remember Belk's was one store she shopped often. She almost always had something she had bought waiting to give to someone when next she saw them.
Submitted by Paula on Jan 2 2018 06:57:37 PM
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