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Carol Thomas Ledford

Carol Thomas Ledford, age 81, resident of 1505 N. Cansler Street, Kings Mountain, NC died May 7, 2014 at Robin Johnson Hospice House, Dallas, NC.  He was born in Cleveland Co. NC to the late Paul Thomas Ledford and Lillie Mae Huffstetler Ledford.  He graduated from Bethware High School in 1950 and attended Howard’s Business College, Shelby, NC.    He was former owner and operator of Kings Mountain Printing and Printcrafters, Inc. Charlotte, NC.  He was a former member of Mary’s Grove United Methodist Church where he received a Lifetime Service Award.  He was currently a member of Boyce Memorial ARP Church where he was a member of the Neil Baird Sunday School Class and formerly served as Deacon. Mr. Ledford served in the United States Army during the Korean War and was stationed in Germany.   He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather who enjoyed golfing and woodworking.  He enjoyed building furniture for his children, grandchildren, and friends. 

SURVIVORS: Wife of 59 years: Connie Bennett Ledford, Kings Mtn. NC

Sons: Scott Ledford and wife Angie, Rock Hill, SC

  Barry Thomas Ledford, Kings Mtn. NC

Daughter: Karen Roberts and husband Craig, Greenville, NC

Sisters: Helen Allen, Charlotte, NC and Pat Champion and husband Carl,

W. Melbourne, FL

Grandchildren: Lauren Ledford, Katie Ledford, Paul Ledford, Nathan Ledford, Colton Roberts, Mackenzie Roberts, and Sheldon Roberts. 

Numerous Nieces and Nephews.

FUNERAL SERVICE: Boyce Memorial ARP Church, Sunday, May 11, 2014

   3:00 P.M.  Rev. Nick Napier, officiating.

VISITATION: 1:30 – 2:30 P.M. Sunday, May 11, 2014 prior to the service in the Parlor at Boyce Memorial ARP Church.

INTERMENT: Mountain Rest Cemetery, Kings Mountain, North Carolina

MEMORIALS: Robin Johnson Hospice House, 5005 Shepherds Way Drive, Dallas, NC 28034 or Boyce Memorial ARP Church, 111 Edgemont Drive, Kings Mountain, NC 28086 or Mary’s Grove United Methodist Church, 1223 Mary’s Grove Church Road, Cherryville, NC 28021      




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