Let the memory of Stephanie be with us forever
  • 41 years old
  • Born on September 11, 1973 .
  • Passed away on March 9, 2015 .

Stephanie Dawn Pope, 41, a longtime resident of Granville County passed away Monday, March 9, 2015 at Hock Pavilion in Durham.

A native of Granville County the daughter of Dean and Deborah Churchill Watson. She was of the Baptist faith and was a faithful employee of the Salvation Army for many years.

Funeral services will be conducted Friday, March 13, 2015 at 2:00 P.M. at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, 1245 Mt. Olivet Church Rd. Franklinton, N.C. by Rev. Carl Hunter. Burial will be in Carolina Memorial Gardens in Creedmoor.

Surviving are two sisters; Susan N. Pope and Sheri P. Brown, nephew, Logan Brown, niece, Kylie Brown, uncles; Lee Churchill and Wayne (Patsy) Churchill, cousins; Courtney Churchill, Amanda Churchill, Kevin Churchill and Kristen Ingle, and her grandmother, Shirley Watson.

Posted by Sheri Brown on 10th March 2015
Stephie, Honestly, I never thought I would see the day where you weren’t here with us. You have always been so strong, your smile and your laughter always so genuine. You were an angel here on Earth and now you are one in Heaven. I’m sad that I didn’t get to say goodbye, but I know you are with our family now in a much better place. You will be forever missed. I love you big sis. Sheri You are the first blossom we’ll see in the spring, The warm raindrop that April will bring, You’re the ray of light when the sun shines. We’ll see that the face in the moon is yours. Now we know you will always be with us. This helps to say goodbye big sister. Unknown
Posted by Charles Pope on 10th March 2015
To my first niece, Today my heart is broken to find out about your passing. If there’s ever been one member of this family that symbolized pure love and an abundance of happiness that would be you! I have a picture of YOU that is forever embedded in my brain it is the one of you hugging mom and you cannot stop smiling and laughing, as well as the love that you gave to your grandparents is something I will never forget. I’m said about your passing….But my heart flows with joy and happiness knowing where you are. And to ensure there is no ambiguity. I know you’re in heaven, and I know God is giving you the same amount of love that you gave all of us. Although, I never spent a great to time with you it goes without saying you had a profound impact on me as I’m sure you did everyone you can contact with. I don’t pretend for one second that I understand why things happen to love one. I accept the fact that God is 100% in control 100% of the time: And I’m 100% sure that Friday you met him face to face and he first thing he said to you was….”Well done, my good and faithful servant your home now for eternity”….. With a broken yet happy heart, your uncle Charles:)

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