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Memorial Service

Hope Fellowship Church at Camp Dixie
Sunday December 2nd, 2012
6:00pm

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Memorial Service

Hope Fellowship Church at Camp Dixie
Sunday December 2nd, 2012
6:00pm

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Martha Candler

Martha Ann Candler, 64, died Thursday November 15, 2012 in Pembroke Care and Rehabilitation Center in Pembroke, North Carolina. She was born in Cumberland County, NC April 22, 1948 to the late Eugene Nelson and Ann Marie Bledsoe Candler. She worked with The ARC of North Carolina. Ms. Candler attended Fayetteville State University and she was a member of Hope Fellowship Church at Camp Dixie. She is survived by her son, Matthew Hancock and his wife Amanda of Parkton and a grandson, Robert Hancock. Memorial Services are scheduled for Sunday December 2, 2012 at Hope Fellowship Church at Camp Dixie (Main Building). Arrangements by McNeill Mackie Funeral Home, St. Pauls.


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I appreciate a family member''''s call to let me know of her passing.I shared this with her previous co-workers and everyone who knew her were saddened and expressed condolences.She worked in my unit and I found her to be a dedicated advocate.She was always pleasant and easy to be around.You, the family and friends, have my deepest sympathy.We must believe she is in a better place. I wish you God''''s blessings and hope the pain is eased.

Barbara Cooper-Robinson Nov 29 2012 12:00 AM

Martha was a special friend.I will miss her stories about all the places she had lived and traveled.I enjoyed her insight on life, often revealed thru discussion of books we read and her always delicious contributions to our Sunday suppers at church.As a social worker, she made serving the disadvantaged her life's work.She was their advocate and protector.She loved her family dearly.Her grandson, Robert, and their times spent together (especially camping) were always favorite topics of conversation.

Ann Floyd Nov 29 2012 12:00 AM

Martha was a dear friend and I am certainly going to miss her.I enjoyed spending time with her at church and in book club. I enjoyed her dry, quick sense of humor!Her choices and preferences were always different than my own and that always made things fun!Whether picking the next book for our club to read or bringing a dish to share at a meal, I loved it that Martha was going to introduce me to something new.

Lana Jernigan Nov 25 2012 12:00 AM

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of Martha.I worked with Martha at The Arc of NC - LIFEguardianship.She will be missed and may God continue to bless each of you during this time.

Cheryl Patterson Nov 18 2012 12:00 AM