Louise P Daniels
July 17, 1917 – March 12, 2019
Louise Phelps Daniels of Raleigh died quietly in her sleep before sunrise on 12 March 2019, at 101 years old.
She was born 17 July 1917 in Norfolk, Va to Paul Phelps and Millie Gurley (White) Phelps. She and her siblings grew up in the Mills home in Thomasville, NC (now Baptist Children’s Home of North Carolina). She lived in Raleigh, NC nearly all her adult life. She is predeceased her husband Lenwood Earl Daniels, Sr., brother Joseph Franklin Phelps, and half-sisters Ruth Elder Phelps Liverman and Grace Janette Phelps Clay.
She is survived by her sister Thelma Phelps Raskin, brother Archie Phelps and her four children Jean (Russell) Philbrick, Earl (Delores) Daniels, Robert Daniels and Alan (Carolyn) Daniels. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews.
Louise was a wonderful person, an inspiration to her family, and she provided a loving and happy atmosphere for everyone who knew her. She loved traveling and camping at their beach-trailer. She always made friends wherever she went, and those friendships were cherished. We will all miss her.
Visitation will be 1-2 PM, and the Funeral Service for her will be conducted at 2 PM Sunday afternoon March 17 in the Brown-Wynne Funeral Home at 200 SE Maynard Rd. in Cary. Burial will follow at Montlawn Memorial Park in Raleigh.
Online condolences may be made at www.BrownWynneCary.com
In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to: Transitions Life Care, Wm Dunlap Center for Caring, 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, NC 27607, and Westover United Methodist Church, 300 Powell Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606.
- Visitation Sunday, March 17, 2019
- Funeral Service Sunday, March 17, 2019
Louise P Daniels
Pastor Johnnie and Annette Wright
March 13, 2019
Our sympathy and prayers are extended to the family of a dear lady, Louse Daniels. We were honored to have known Mrs. Daniels and be in fellowship with her and her family at Westover U M C. Her wisdom and stories of her life experiences will linger in our warts forever.