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Laura Anne Rideout

November 29, 1941October 28, 2020

Laura Anne (Cox) Rideout was born on November 29, 1941 in Stokes County to Guy and Novella (George) Cox. Her early years were spent growing up in the country with her brother Norman Cox, sister Jean Robertson and their grandparents. Laura Anne met Steve Rideout, her husband, in high school where they started a life long relationship that would give them 4 children Stephanie Rideout, Chuck Rideout, Kipp Rideout and Rex Rideout who's lives they filled with love and adventure. Her grandchildren Haylie Rideout Hodge, Hunter Steven Hodge, Brooke Lindsay Rideout, Charles Stevens (Chase) Rideout III, Austin Scott Rideout and Paige Renée Rideout were the light of her life. Laura Anne raised her children and then worked for the Forsyth County School System. Her passion was her church and going on mission trips to spread the abundance of love she had for people.

A memorial service to celebrate the amazing life and love for Laura Anne will be held for friends and family at 2:00pm Sunday November 1st at Glenview Baptist Church at 4275 Glenn Hi Rd. Winston-Salem, NC 27107. The service will be outside at the picnic shelter.

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Andrea Cardwell

October 31, 2020

I knew Laura Anne for most of my life. She was so funny and I love how much she loved her family. She will be missed by many and I am proud to have been able to call her my friend. Love and prayers to all the Rideout family. ❤️🙏🏻

Phylllis Easter

October 31, 2020

We are truly shocked to receive this sad news. Laure Anne was a dear friend throughout high school and throughout our lives. all our children were close to the same age, we raised our families as closets of friends and always had each other's back. We shared many adventures together, camping at Myrtle Beach, riding motorcycles with the gang to Key West and so many more. I feel I've lost part of my soul. Laura Anne was like a sister to me. I will keep her dear to my heart forever.

Wanda Johns Priddy

October 30, 2020

So, so sorry for your loss.
I remember Laura Anne from high school, a beautiful, vivacious young lady who was full of happiness and joy. It is wonderful to see that she had a rich, caring life and shared that joy with so many.
You are in my prayers as you learn to live with such a loss in your family.
Wanda Johns Priddy
Clemmons, NC

Virginia Ring

October 29, 2020

I knew Laura Anne in school and went to church with her for many years. I do know her smile was always there as soon as you said hello. She gave of her talents by serving others in mission trips and serving meals in our local facilities. A kind loving person, she will be missed. Prayers to her loving family🙏🙏🙏well done Laura.

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FROM THE FAMILY

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