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Faye Hardee LiverFour Oaks, NC: Ms. Faye Hardee Liver, age 75, of Parkertown Road died on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at her residence. The Liver and Wilson Families will be holding services at a later date. Ms. Liver was born on April 1, 1945 in Johnston County to the late Roy B. and Eliza Toler Hardee. She was preceded in death by her twin sister, Lucy Maye Parker, her sister, Lucille A. Corbett Stewart and her brother, Billy Corbett. Ms. Liver graduated from Wayne Technical Institute in 1965 as a Licensed Practical Nurse. She spent the last 20 years of her career working at Smithfield Manor nursing home caring for her favorite population of people, the elderly. Ms. Faye was member of Barbour's Chapel Advent Christian Church. Surviving are her children, William Michael Liver of Cincinnati, Ohio; grandchildren Stephen Guy, Justin Guy, and Rebekka Guy; and Angie Williamson of Burlington, Kentucky; grandchildren Tylor Cram, Brittany Liver, James Crabtree, and Emma Crabtree. Also surviving are her niece, Nichole Wilson and husband, Dave of Four Oaks; grandchildren Kaylee Bradford, Jack Wilson, and Luke Wilson. Also surviving are two great-grandchildren, as well as many precious nieces and nephews and extended family members. Ms. Liver and her twin sister Maye Parker were raised in Middlesex at the Free Will Baptist Children’s home and cherished their time spent there. She remained in contact with many people from the Children’s home and considered each of them her brothers and sisters. Flowers and plants are welcome; however, memorials may be made to the Freewill Baptist Children’s Home, Inc. PO Box 249 Middlesex, NC 27557 Condolences may be sent to the family at roseandgraham.com. Arrangements by Rose & Graham Funeral Home in Four Oaks, NC.
TO all of Faye's children and grandchildren and her niece Nicole, I send up prayers for peace, calm and sweet memories of Faye. I worked with her for several years at the Manor and we shared many a moment together. Have lost contact though as time went on. She always had a smile for everyone.
Diane Adams Jan 7 2021 12:00 AM
Faye, there is not enough space on any network to write what you have meant to our family over the years. You and Maye were our 'sisters' and we loved you both so much. I am so sorry I had not a clue you were ill and near passing. Covid or not I would have visited and stood outside a window if I had too. You knew without a doubt the Wood Family loved you so much and you and Maye will be in our hearts forever. Thank you for your support in our years of singing for the Lord and the beautiful poems you wrote for us. Keep * Ricky and Derry straight up there -- God sure has to have a sense of humor now with the three of you !Love, Joan, Susie, Eddie, Gary ( Jim, *Ricky, Karen, Jenise and all the grandkids).
Joan Wood Clark Jan 5 2021 12:00 AM
A candle was lit in memory of Faye Liver
Stuart Allen Jan 5 2021 12:00 AM