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Charles Allen Spurgeon

May 24, 1948 January 7, 2019
Charles Allen Spurgeon
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Charles Allen Spurgeon, Mount Olive resident, passed away Monday, January 7, at Wayne Hospital. He was 70.

His life will be remembered in a service at 7 p.m. Thursday, January 10, at Tyndall Funeral Home with visitation afterwards. Officiating will be the Rev. Lamarr Jackson. Family and friends are also being received at the home of Milford and Patty Turner.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the charity of one's choice.

Charles was a retired painter, having been employed by the State of North Carolina at O'Berry Center and Cherry Hospital.

He is survived by a sister, Patty S. Turner and husband, Milford, and two brothers, Dale Spurgeon and wife, Betsy, and George "Bill" Spurgeon, all of Mount Olive; a special niece, Katelynn Morgan; other nieces and nephews, Linda Turner and children, D. J. Howery and Olivia Turner; April T. Page and son, Davis Page; Christie S. Stevens and husband, D.J.; Michael Spurgeon, his wife, Lori, and children, Chad and Chelsie; Suzanne Vernon and husband, Chris, and children, Zachary Parker and Carleigh Parker; Jay Spurgeon and wife, Patricia, and children, Benjie, Katherine, Nicholas, and Chris; two step-sons, Floyd Reardon and Bennie Reardon, and their families.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mignonette O'Berry Spurgeon; his parents, Dale Frances Spurgeon and Ann Sullivan Spurgeon Williams; step-father, Joe Williams; sister, Waneta "Nita" Turner; and a special niece, Brittany Morgan.

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