12/3/2018 Numa Allen "Mike" Winstead Obituary
Numa Allen “Mike” Winstead, 77, of Reidsville, NC went to be with the Lord Tuesday August 14, 2018 at the Hospice Home of Rockingham County.
Graveside services will be conducted 11:00 A.M
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7/8/2016 Camellia Olesen Gunn Obituary (Delayed Posting from June 16, 2011)
Camellia Olesen Gunn (January 16, 1941 - June 12, 2011) was born in Reidsville, NC, the daughter of Peder Meldahl Olesen of Skive, Denmark and Eva Regina Adams of Salem, VA.
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7/8/2016 Gayle Gardner Lin Obituary
Sandra Gayle Gardner Lin, 1941-2016 Sandra Gayle Gardner Lin, 74, died July 6, 2016, due to complications from COPD. She peacefully left her new residence in Overland Park, Kansas, while sur
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From RHS I went to Guilford College in Greensboro. I double majored in Psychology and Economics.
I met and married Susan Kenoyer from Bryn Mar, Pennsylvania in 1961. Susan worked to support us while I finished college. I graduated in 1963.
Susan completed her degree in Sociology at NC State University in 1975.
I earned a masters degree from NC A&T State University in Adult Education in 1992.
I spent five years in the Air Force as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer living in Texas, Illinois, New Jersey and the Azores.
Between 1969 and 2004 I worked in many different career fields until finding a comfortable fit in the area of adult education. My secondary career field was Information Technology.
Susan and I retired to Wilkesboro and built an energy star home in 2005. We like living on the W. Kerr Scott Reservoir fed by the Yadkin River.
I take care of the family farm in Rockingham County with rental homes and timber. I would like to sell it. My four sisters are doing well in Reidsville (Lynda Mae), Greensboro (Sandra), Hillsborough (Sue) and Winston-Salem (Lisa Jo).
Susan and I like to take trips in our Minnie Winnie RV to visit our three children and eight grandchildren. We visited Big Bend in Texas. Last year we joined a caravan of 24 RV's in Idaho and drove to Alaska and back, a total of 13,000 miles from May to September.
Gardening is what's occupying my time now. In addition to my home garden I support two community garden locations...the Wilkes Community College Community Garden and Cub Creek Community Garden.
Susan and I celebrated our 53rd wedding Anniversary on May 27.
I enjoy grandchildren, woodworking, gardening, boating, swimming, kayaking and bicycle riding. Susan likes Kayaking , knitting, Yoga, and eating vegan (no meat or dairy products).
Susan is a "birth-right" Quaker and I have become a "convinced" Quaker. We belong to New Garden Friends Meeting in Greensboro and attend the Wilkes County Friends Meeting.
In my life, I have been registered as both a Republican and as a Democrat. Can't say much for either.
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