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mount airy the rev. t.d. thomas of church of god in christ on g.w. anderson street in mount airy passed away sunday, dec. 21, 2008. born aug. 4, 1940, in forsyth county to the late lola may and edwin elmore thomas, he was a graduate of gastonia high school and was ordained in the church of god in christ at the age of 23. the rev. thomas was the director of spiritual development and the director of christian education at first baptist church of mount airy. he was a teacher of hundreds of youth from elementary school to high school and was a licensed marriage and family counselor for 32 years. thomas is survived by his wife of 45 years, brenda thomas of mt. airy; a son, pastor clenard thomas of grace baptist church in winston-salem, n.c.; two sisters, mary ewing and mary young of high point, n.; a brother, loyd thomas of high point; and two granddaughters, emily thomas of lexington, n., and avery thomas of winston-salem. a memorial service will be held for the family at the church at noon on tuesday, jan. 5, 2009. online condolences may be made at www.moodyfuneralservices.com.

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smithfield mr. joseph carrol smith, 75, of 3073 whitlock st., smithfield, died thursday, dec. 25, 2008, at southside hospital. he was born on may 18, 1934, in gates county to the late charles and annie carrol smith. mr. smith was a carpenter and enjoyed working with wood. he was a member of the marion baptist church, a world war ii veteran, and a member of the disabled american veterans. surviving are two sons, roy smith of smithfield and jerry smith of smithfield; a daughter, sandra brown of winston-salem; two brothers, howard smith of smithfield and bill smith of smithfield; a sister, tammie smith of smithfield; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. sunday, dec. 28, 2008, at marion baptist church with the rev. charles f. williams officiating. burial will be in marion baptist church cemetery. friends may call at the church from 7 to 9 p. saturday, dec. 27, at moody funeral home of smithfield. online condolences may be made at www.moodyfuneralhomes.com.

smithfield mr. johnny ray scales, 51, of 3505 old church road, died thursday, dec. 25, 2008, at rex hospital. mr. scales was born on feb. 5, 1954, in forsyth county, to the late johnny ray and annie marie scales. he was a retired employee of rainier national insurance company, a member of the first baptist church of north smithfield, a u.s. navy veteran, and a u. army veteran. scales was a graduate of north greenville college and was also a member of the foxfire club. he was preceded in death by his father and stepfather, george and harold scales; and grandfather, william bailey. surviving are his wife, joyce scales of smithfield; a daughter, sharae scales of smithfield; two sons, johnny ray scales jr. and timothy scales; a brother, john bailey of king george; five sisters, janice burton of oxford, n.c., deborah laughlin of belton, mo., kathie roberts of kingsport, tenn., tammy bailey of winston-salem, and cindy bailey of lexington; and two grandchildren. funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. sunday, dec. 28, 2008, at the first baptist church of north smithfield. the family will receive friends from 5 to 7 p. saturday at moody funeral home of smithfield. interment will be in pleasant view cemetery in north smithfield. online condolences may be made at www.moodyfuneralhomes.com.
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