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11th Hour Ministry at Oxendine School 2017 (Union Chapel)

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The 11th hour ministries held a street ministry at Oxendine School on Saturday September 16, 2017 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, in the parking lot. FREE clothes, pillows, shoes, coats, books and can food were provided. Hamburgers, hotdogs, chips and drinks were served around 11:30 am to those in attendance. James Bronnie Scott, founder of the 11th hour ministries, would like to thank Paul Nelson Locklear for the opportunity to serve those in need in the Wakulla area and hopes to continue to be able to provide items throughout the year.

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Cherokee Chapel Youth Sunday Aug 26, 2017

The Reverend Malcolm Jones 2017


The Reverend Malcolm Jones

Services will be Sept 7th 2017

at Heritage Funeral Home in Red Springs NC

Viewing and Family from 7-8pm

Funeral Services 8-9pm


The Reverend Malcolm Jones age 75 of 2817 Mt. Zion Church Rd, Red Springs was born on July 22, 1942 to the late Mr. Allen Jones and the late Dora Locklear Jones in Robeson County, North Carolina. He departed this life to enter into his heavenly home on September 05, 2017 at his home surrounded by his family whom he loved. He was preceded in death along with his parents, one baby boy, one daughter, Deborah Jones, four brothers, Allen Jones Jr, Carl Fred Jones, Edward Jones, and Earl Jones, two sisters, Tonya Groves and Annie Groves.

Mr. Malcon was employed at Capital Manufacturing Company for four years, Employed at LOF manufacturing plant for 7 years and retired from WestPointe Steven's Plant on June 30, 1997 after 21 years of service. He was a minister with the Lumber River Holiness Methodist Church Conference for 30 years. He didn't like to lose a battle and he has fought this battle with cancer, he kept the faith and he has victoriously won this battle.

He leaves to cherish his loving memory: his wife Starlie Mae Jones, three sons, Malcolm Jones Jr, of the home, Kerry Dean Jones of Texas, Travis Jones of Raeford, North Carolina, two stepsons, Haroldton Hunt of the home and William Jacobs of Raeford. four daughters, Avia Kay Jones, of Red Springs, North Carolina, Kendra L.Locklear of Red Springs, North Carolina. Candice Jones of New York, and Veronica Brewer, of Raeford, North Carolina. one stepdaughter, Janice M.Hunt, one brother, Glenn Jones, Maxton, North Carolina, one sister, Bessie Bullard, of Fayetteville, North Carolina. 30 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.

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