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Clydie Ann Clayton Lewter

Posted By Hall-Wynne On March 3, 2014 @ 12:00 am In Obituaries | No Comments

Clydie Ann Clayton Lewter passed away Monday, March 3, at her home in Apex, NC.

Mrs. Lewter was born February 1, 1937 to Henry Cornelius Clayton and Allie Sue Wagner Clayton in Person County, NC. She was a loving wife, aunt and sister. Mrs. Lewter was a member of Bell’s Baptist Church in Apex; a dedicated care-giver; and, always the first to assist those who were sick. She was a full-fledged character with a great sense of humor and loved to sing. Mrs. Lewter worked at Kaiser Roth prior to working at the University of North Carolina.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Lewter was preceded in death by her husband, Genius Lewter and her brother, Henry Nathaniel Clayton. She is survived by her sister, Alma Cash of Apex and her brother and sister-in-law, Kirby and Charlotte Adcock of Salisbury, NC.

A Celebration of Mrs. Lewter’s life will be held at Hall-Wynne Griffin Chapel in Pittsboro on Saturday, March 8 with visitation from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. and the service beginning at 3:00 p.m. The Rev. Rick Washington will be officiating. Burial will follow the service at Bell’s Baptist Church in Apex, NC.


Condolences for the family of “Clydie Ann Clayton Lewter”

Condolence from Ken and Martha Hicks on March 4th, 2014 12:00 am

So sorry to hear about Clydie but happy and honored to have gotten a chance to know her. She was very dear to our grandchildren and we are all richer in spirit for having known her. Much love and peace in the coming days.

Condolence from Beth Burgess Morton on March 5th, 2014 12:00 am

Dear Alma and family, I am so sorry about Clydie’s passing. She will be missed on earth but I am sure she already has a job of taking care of some one in heaven and rejoicing! I will miss our breakfasts at Verlie’s and having her sweet smile to look at there! Psalm 121, Sincere Sympathy,

Condolence from Mary Huff Freeland on March 5th, 2014 12:00 am

To Clydie’s family, So sorry for your loss. She was indeed one of a kind and I spent many days with her when we worked together.Always full of good humor and you couldn’t feel down around her either. Heaven has gained another song bird for the choir. R.I.P. Ms. Clydie Ann

Condolence from Amy Wagner Whitt on March 7th, 2014 12:00 am

Rest in peace Clydie. I know daddy uncle Junior will be glad to see his “monk”- you have always held a special place in my heart. My thoughts are with you Alma and Kirby, as well as all the nieces and nephews who loved her so much. sending thoughts of peace and comfort to you all. Let not your heart be troubled.

Condolence from Amy Lewter Johnson on March 8th, 2014 12:00 am

Alma and Kirby: Your sister was one of a kind. I cherished her friendship and every moment with her. I have a lot of beautiful memories with over the years. She was a great caregiver. She could make you laugh no matter what the situation. She will be missed greatly but will be joining a lot of family. Love you Clydie

Condolence from Natalie Miller on March 11th, 2014 12:00 am

So saddened to hear of Clydie’s passing. My heart is broken and I am sure there are many other hearts broken as well. Mimi, I love you and you are in my prayers. As well as Tony and Shorty, Cathy, and Pam. Clydie was full of life and I loved being around her! I know she will be greatly missed by so many. She could light up a room any time! Greatful for memories. Love to all.

Condolence from betty Atkinson on March 21st, 2014 12:00 am

To The Family of Clydie:

It was with much sorrow that I learned of Clydie’s passing; she was such a sweetheart! I will miss seeing her at Verlie’s. She was such a joy and her smile would light up the restaurant. May God bless all of you and give you comfort. Boots

Condolence from Judy Thorpe on April 3rd, 2014 12:00 am

When we lose our loved one to death. We are troubled & worried & sick at heart, & our plans are upset, & your world is falling apart. Remember God’s ready & waiting to share, the burden you find much too, heavy to bear- so with faith let go & let God lead you into a brighter & less troubled day. Remember that a time is coming when death, will be no more. Rev. 21:4 What a wonderful hope of seeing our loved one again.

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