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Davis Funeral Home

976 Phillips Ave, High Point, NC

OBITUARY

Linda "Nae" Kay Staton Capps

November 19, 1940September 4, 2019

Linda "Nae" Kay Staton Capps, age 78, of Trinity, North Carolina passed away on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at the Meridian Center in High Point.

She was born November 19, 1940 in High Point to Roy Staton and Hazel Cecil Staton.

Nae was a huge supporter of the military, fire and police since her husband and sons because of her husbands and sons involvement. She loved going to the beach, shopping at Walmart and loved her dog snoopy. Most of all Nae loved her family and she will be deeply be missed by them.

She was preceded in death by her parents as well as her husband Kenneth Harold Capps.

She is survived by her three sons, Kenneth Michael Capps, Scott Capps (Julia Hepler) and Larry Capps (Lori George); eleven grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren; brother, Roy “Buck” Staton Jr.; and three sisters, Connie Holbrook, Pat Ozment and Shirley Staton.

A graveside service will be held for Nae at a late date at Caraway Baptist Church in Sophia, NC.

Davis Funeral Home is honored to serve the Capps family. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.davisfuneralsandcremations.com for the Capps family.

Services

  • Private Service at a Later Date

Memories

Linda "Nae" Kay Staton Capps

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Vickie Trull

September 10, 2019

I first met Linda at Haley Transport. She was the the friendliest person and so sincere she soon became a good friend. I moved away and lost touch with this wonderful person.

Glenda J Horne

September 7, 2019

So sorry to hear about Linda. She was a sweet and loving person, May the Lord comfort you all in this time .

Connie Staton Stone

September 4, 2019

Our beautiful, kind, loving sister has gone home to be with Jesus, her Mother, Hazel Staton, our Father, Roy Lewis Staton, and her Husband, Harold Capps. There are no words to describe the pain of losing her but we know she is no longer in pain or lost in the world of dementia.
"A sister is someone who loves you from the heart,
No matter how much you argue you cannot be drawn apart.
She is a joy that cannot be taken away,
Once she enters your life, she is there to stay."
Capps Family, Staton Family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY