Lee Angela McCloud
December 23, 1945 – June 4, 2021
Lee Angela Hines Cobb McCloud was the only child born to Lucy Mae Poston and Murray Hines on December 23, 1945 in Darlington, South Carolina. After the passing of her mother Lucy Mae, Lee Angela was raised by her aunt and uncle, Madeline and Herman Cobb, whom she lovingly embraced as her parents. Lee Angela was a military brat and then a military spouse, allowing her to live all over the world. In 1961, she began high school at Butler High School in Hartsville, South Carolina and finished in Heilbronn, Germany. Upon her return to the United States, she took college courses at Shaw University, completed continuing education courses at Dekalb Tech (healthcare) and also completed the Commercial Driving License course at Mitchell Community College. Lee Angela, through word and example, instilled her love of learning in her children and grandchildren.
Lee Angela held variety of professions throughout her life, but focused her passion on taking care of those in need. She specialized in caring for the elderly, patients with HIV and Tuberculosis and those with mental health issues. She loved her patients and considered many as members of her extended family. She worked tirelessly until shortly before her transition.
Lee Angela. Mother. Daughter. Grandmother. Great-grandmother. Auntie. Cousin. Loyal Sister-Friend. She was a woman of many talents who gave from her heart to her community and was always just a call away for those in need. While she was never one to sit still, she loved road trips and doing quick visits bearing food and gifts. She has called Statesville, NC home for over 20 years.
Lee Angela leaves a legacy of four children: son Henry McCloud III, daughter Danielle Harrington, son Heath McCloud, and step-daughter Debra Knighton. Grandchildren: Warren Armstrong, Samuel Conyers, Myles McCloud, Zoe McCloud, and Connor McCloud. Great grandchildren: Liam Armstrong, Dakota Armstrong, and Skylar Armstrong. She is also the adoptive mother of many who God saw fit to bring into her life.
Lee Angela lived a life to be celebrated and emulated. Her loving and compassionate spirit will forever live on in the hearts of so many and through her many selfless acts of care and service.
We will always love you Mom, Ma, Grandma, Granny, Old Lady, Mama McCloud and Flash.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 24, 2021 at 1:00pm in the Chapel of Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home. The family will speak to friends following the service.
Online condolences may be left at www.bunchjohnsonfuneralhome.com.
Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home is honored to be serving the McCloud family.
Celebration of Life
Bunch-Johnson Funeral Home
Lee Angela McCloud
June 10, 2021
I met Momma Lee Angela when she was talking care of Papa John (she was his CAP CNA). She didn't take stuff off of anybody least of all John Henry. If somebody did wrong by Pops, you can bet your buttons they were gonna hear about it from her. Around Christmas time she always had more signs in her yard giving praise to God than she had grass. Her philosophy was if you wanted to pay her bills then you could tell her how many signs she could put in her yard until then she didn't want to hear about it. She was a good woman that cared for a whole lot of people. She's walking the streets of gold now. You're gonna be missed Momma Lee Angela, that's for sure.