OBITUARY

Charlotte Carolyn Sizemore

January 20, 1935April 11, 2021
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Charlotte Carolyn Morrow Sizemore,86, a resident of Greensboro, NC passed away on April 11, 2021 at her home after a period of declining health. She was born January 20, 1935 in Bishop, Virginia, the daughter of Frank and Alma Morrow. Charlotte was a graduate of McClains Business College in Bluefield, Va. She worked for First Union National Bank for 35 years and he loved the customers and her friends she made there. She was a member of Christ Wesleyan Church until her health declined and she could no longer get out. She was a quiet and faithful servant for others at church and throughout the community. She made some wonderful memories while traveling with her buddies from church who enjoyed going to the buffet line with her. She was a thrifty gal who loved double coupon day at Harris Teeter and could find a deal wherever she went. She loved her Washington Redskins and Virginia Cavaliers. Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents, sisters, Mary Ave Morrow, Dottie Morrow Litten, Patricia Morrow Hope and brothers, Paul Morrow and Donnie Morrow. She is survived by her husband of 62 years; Jack Sizemore. Daughter: Becky Sizemore Clary and her husband T.L. Clary of Greensboro. 3 grandchildren: Nicole Helms (Scott Helms), Hunter Clary and Conner Clary. 3 great-grandchildren: Emma Helms, J.D. Helms and Isla Carolyn Helms. She is survived by her sister Ann Parks. She loved her nephews and they always had a special place in her heart. Charlotte was a coal-miner’s daughter, she had great love for her family and friends. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her favorite thing to do was to spend time with all her grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She had the most contagious laugh and enjoyed the little things in life like watching soap operas and a good Klondike bar. She was the most generous woman to her family and friends, but never wanting anything for herself. She did not care about earthly things, but found joy in helping her friends and family with whatever they needed. The family will receive friends at Christ Wesleyan Church (2400 S. Holden Rd, Greensboro NC 27407) on Thursday at 12pm until service time. Funeral Services will be held after visitation at 1pm conducted by the Reverend Ken Klein. Interment will follow at Guilford Memorial Park. Many thanks to her wonderful caregivers who loved her so. Your kindness to her in her last months will always be remembered. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in Charlotte's memory to the National Alzheimer's Association

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  • National Alzheimers Association

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 15, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, April 15, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Interment

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Charles Reid

April 19, 2021

I am so sad to know that Charlotte has died and want to express my sympathy to her family. I had the pleasure and privilege of being on the employee team with her at First Union. She was always special in so many ways. A hard worker and effective in everything she did. Quiet but always enjoyed some friendly teasing. Knowledgeable about everything in her area of responsibility. I left First Union on a friendly basis in 1987 to join United Guaranty Corp, but would call Charlotte every few years just to say hello. She will be missed. Charlie Reid

B.A. and Dorothy V. Prillaman

April 14, 2021

To hear of Charlotte's passing is a Great Sadness for Al & me. She & her family and we and our family have a long & fond history. We want to offer our Deepest Sympathy to Jack, Becky & D.L. and all their family. We pray for your God-given Strength to continue every hour..through the process you now face. She was one of the kindest & dearest "Red-head"s we ever knew.
Fond Regards, Prayers & Love to each of you ~
Dot & B.A. (Al) Prillaman

Rodney and Stephanie Jonas

April 14, 2021

Becky, T.L. and Family,
Our sincerest condolences with the loss of your Mother-Grand Mother-Great Grand Mother. We hope your family finds peace and comfort remembering all the wonderful things she has done over her life and her love left behind within all of your hearts.

We have you in our thoughts and prayers.
Rodney and Stephanie Jonas

Barb Prillaman

April 14, 2021

I’m so sorry to learn of Charlotte’s passing, but as Becky has noted elsewhere, I’m grateful that Charlotte has slipped free of the bonds of illness. Jack, Beck, TJ, and family: I’m praying for your comfort and solace as you grieve your loss and celebrate the life of this wonderful woman.

Astor Kinney

April 14, 2021

Jack, we are so sorry for your loss. God bless you and your family as you all go through these times.

Maude Caudle

April 13, 2021

Please accept our deepest sympathy in the lost of your precious mother, Becky. We are praying for you, your dad, her sister Ann, TL, Nicole and Scott, Hunter, Conner and those sweet great-grandchildren. The love your family shares was demonstrated so beautifully in the pictures you posted of spending Easter Sunday with your parents. What a blessing to have that time together. We are praying for the peace of God which transcends all understanding to guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus and bring you comfort. We love you. Howard and Maude

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Biography

Charlotte Carolyn Morrow Sizemore,86, a resident of Greensboro, NC passed away on April 11, 2021 at her home after a period of declining health. She was born January 20, 1935 in Bishop, Virginia, the daughter of Frank and Alma Morrow. Charlotte was a graduate of McClains Business College in Bluefield, Va. She worked for First Union National Bank for 35 years and he loved the customers and her friends she made there. She was a member of Christ Wesleyan Church until her health declined and she could no longer get out. She was a quiet and faithful servant for others at church and throughout the community. She made some wonderful memories while traveling with her buddies from church who enjoyed going to the buffet line with her. She was a thrifty gal who loved double coupon day at Harris Teeter and could find a deal wherever she went. She loved her Washington Redskins and Virginia Cavaliers.
Charlotte was preceded in death by her parents, sisters, Mary Ave Morrow, Dottie Morrow Litten, Patricia Morrow Hope and brothers, Paul Morrow and Donnie Morrow. She is survived by her husband of 62 years; Jack Sizemore. Daughter: Becky Sizemore Clary and her husband T.L. Clary of Greensboro. 3 grandchildren: Nicole Helms (Scott Helms), Hunter Clary and Conner Clary. 3 great-grandchildren: Emma Helms, J.D. Helms and Isla Carolyn Helms. She is survived by her sister Ann Parks. She loved her nephews and they always had a special place in her heart.
Charlotte was a coal-miner’s daughter, she had great love for her family and friends. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Her favorite thing to do was to spend time with all her grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She had the most contagious laugh and enjoyed the little things in life like watching soap operas and a good Klondike bar. She was the most generous woman to her family and friends, but never wanting anything for herself. She did not care about earthly things, but found joy in helping her friends and family with whatever they needed.
The family will receive friends at Christ Wesleyan Church (2400 S. Holden Rd, Greensboro NC 27407) on Thursday at 12pm until service time. Funeral Services will be held after visitation at 1pm conducted by the Reverend Ken Klein and the Reverend Dr. E. Keith Carroll. Interment will follow at Guilford Memorial Park.
Many thanks to her wonderful caregivers who loved her so. Your kindness to her in her last months will always be remembered.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in Charlotte's memory to the National Alzheimer's Association