Ms. Flossie Mae Williams Avery

  • Born: October 10, 1918
  • Died: June 10, 2021
  • Location: 920 Blount Street. Smithfield, North Carolina

Sanders Funeral Home

806 E Market St
Smithfield, NC 27577

sandersfuneralhome@yahoo.com
Tel. (919) 934-8416

Tribute & Message From The Family


Many women have done wonderful thingsā€¦but a woman who fears the LORD, shall be praised. Proverbs 31:29-30
On Thursday afternoon, June 10, 2021, God looked down from above and touched our dearly beloved Fossie. God saw that she was getting tried, so He gently closed her loving eyes and whispered "Peace Be Thine"
Flossie Mae Williams Avery was born on October 10, 1918, in Johnston County to the late Grant and Julia Williams.
She was preceded in death by her husband James Avery, a daughter Julia Mae Dublin Mills. She was the last living of her siblings.
Flossie attended Johnston County Training School. She joined First Missionary Baptist Church and with over eighty years of service, where she was very faithful. Flossie was a dedicated member until her health declined.
Flossie was employed by Brightleaf & Burley Tobacco Company for over 40 years from where she retired.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories, one daughter, Beulah Dublin Howell of Winston-Salem, NC, two sons, Nathan "Troy" Dublin (friend Beverly) of Smithfield, NC, and Nathaniel "Roy" Dublin (Gloria) of Clayton, NC; eight grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and 9 great-great-grandchildren, whom she loved with all of her heart, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Two very special friends, Betty Agnes Sanders, and Irene Stevens both of Smithfield, NC

Visitation:
Tuesday, June 15
2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Sanders Funeral Home Chapel
806 E Market St
Smithfield, NC 27577
(919) 934-8416

Graveside Service:
Wednesday, June 16
11:00 AM
Wesley Chapel AME Church
867 Cleveland Rd
Smithfield, NC 27577


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Condolences to the Dublin family. Ms. Flossie was a neighbor for many years on Belmont section of Smithfield, NC. She was always a kind and friendly person. I will continue to lift each of you up in my prayers. I will miss seeing her at First Baptist Church when I visit.
Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted Matthew 5:4 Elaine Hilliard Washington - Washington, DC

Posted by Doris Washington - Washington, D.C., DC - Family Friend   June 26, 2021

My heart is filled with the most loving memories of Aunt Flossie. She always spent time talking with me and my brother ( Jerome ) with a smile and open arms of love. I will cherish the loved that she shared freely with me and Jerome during our years of growing up in Smithfield. She was truly filled with the love of God. With that being said, I take comfort in knowing that one day I will see her again.

Sheila Pinkney

Posted by Sheila Pinkney - Newton,, NC - Family   June 22, 2021

Aunt Flossie was the epitome of the Proverbs 31 woman and I was blessed to have her in my life as my Great Aunt. You were a blessing to me and our family! You will be missed but I know Uncle Coot will be happy to see you again. Rest well.
Love you,
Antonia

Posted by Dr. Antonia Monk Richburg - Family   June 15, 2021

Sorry to hear off her passing she was a sweet lady all way be in our heart.Aunt Flossie rest in peace

Posted by Children of Helen Avery Dickens And Family - Pinetops, NC - Family   June 15, 2021

She was our aunt by marriage but treated us like we were related by blood. We could not ask for a better aunt. We will miss those warm greetings and a wonderful hugs during our visit to her home. God allowed her to live for over 102 spreading joy to all that she met. On last week God called her name and she peacefully slipped away to her heavenly home.

David & Evelyn Avery e

Posted by David Avery - Chesterfield, VA - Family   June 14, 2021