Clifton David Hurst, age 84, died Wednesday, November 20, 2013, at Three Rivers Health and Rehab Center in Windsor, NC.
Mr. Hurst was born in Halifax County on October 27, 1929, a son of the late Otha Melvin and Katie Mae Epps Hurst. He was a member of Harrellsville Baptist Church and was retired as a store manager for a convenience store chain. Clifton had never met a stranger and was loved by all who knew him.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Victoria Hoggard Hurst, his daughter, Robin H. Branham and husband, Wayne of Charlottesville, NC; his son, Michael Hurst and wife, LuAnne of Rocky Point, NC; three sisters, Roseleen Harris and Pauline Matthews, both of Murfreesboro, NC, and Mollie Duvall and husband, Ed of Eustis, FL; a brother, Lee Roy Hurst and wife, Barbara of Chesapeake VA; and his grandsons, Cody Hurst and Marcus Bowen. Besides his parents, Mr. Hurst was predeceased by a sister, Kathleen Felton and a grandson, Brandon Hurst.
Condolences to Roseleen Harris and the Hurst Family.
Linda and Clara Deloatch
MR HURST WAS A GREAT MAN MY DAUGHTER APRIL LEE FUTRELL USED TO CALL HIM HURST TET WHEN SHE WAS LITTLE ROSELEEN HE WAS GREAT WE WILL MISS HIM
forever loved my dear….heaven has another angel….
To a beloved Uncle,
We are all going to miss your smiling face. You have left the whole family with some beautiful memories and we thank you for that. I remember growing up and coming to North Carolina to visit everyone and I always looked forward to seeing you. You were always happy to see everyone and gave great big hugs with a smiling face. Every time I called, you were so happy to hear from me and just recently when I called,you told me some stories of you and my daddy (Lee Roy) growing up and I appreciate that. The whole family was so lucky to have you! The other night after you had passed we were traveling back home to Virginia and I looked up at the sky and thought there is another special angel. Mike and Robin I am so sorry for the loss of your father. We will all miss him and always have him in our memories.
We love you Uncle Clifton!
I’m sorry I didn’t make it to the service. Mr. Hurst was a mighty fine gentleman who didn’t know a stranger. He will be missed by 1 & all.
Sorry we cannot be with you at this time but our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will always be in our hearts and minds.
Love, Model “T” and Ed.