Mr. George Washington Shoulars, age 89 died at his home in Rich Square on Sunday, November 21, 2010. Mr. Shoulars is a native of Bertie County. He served in the US Army from 1944-1946. He was married to Mary Frances Shackelford in 1951 and they made their home in Northampton County, where they farmed for many years. Mr. Shoulars was deacon and member of the Sandy Run Baptist Church. He was a member of the American Legion Post # 111. In 1991 he was awarded the Northampton County Forestry Award. He served on the Farm Bureau Board of Directors from 1981-2005.
Preceding him in death are his mother and father, Lucy Burkett Shoulars and Charlie Everett Shoulars and his brother Everett Shoulars.
Survivors include his wife Mary Frances Shackelford Shoulars of the home, three sons; Scott Shoulars and his wife Louise of Reidsville, NC, Steven Shoulars and his wife Debbie of Raleigh, NC and Joe Shoulars and his wife Kim of Cary, NC, one sister Kate Barber of Menola, NC. Also surviving are six grandchildren; Meagan, Christopher, Mary, Katie, Kelly and Adam Shoulars.
I was so sorry to hear of the death of Mr. Shoulars. He was such a sweet and loving man. I have nothing but good memories of the times shared with my family and yours and hope you have found peace during the holidays. With thoughts and prayers, Love, Jo
Steve: I’m still not sure how to do any of the algebra that you taught me (since Mrs. Respess obviously couldn’t) and Mrs. Shoulars, I am in my 27th year of teaching but it’s high school English not math or history. e
Dear Frances and family,
We are very sorry about
George’s passing. He was a good man who lived a long and
good life. We always enjoyed
his company at family reunions and activities in
earlier years. Our prayers for comfort are with you now.
Lloyd and Martha Harrell
Our prayers are with your family. Take solace that Mr. Shoulars was able to share a long and full life with you. I know that he will be missed by your famil and his friends.
Dan, Tina, and Ben
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Scott & Family, at this sad yet hopeful time as you celebrate your father’s life and entrance into Eternal Life! Blessings, -rebecca
Frances and family, we would like to express our sympathy to you in the passing of George. George and I did not see much of each other as I moved to Norfolk at the age of 16 in 1941. I will always be greatful to George for starting the beginning of the Roxobel/Kelford reunions. My wife Ruby and I have been ill now for some time and are so sorry we cannot attend his Service. May God help you in these trying times. Ruby and Julius Shoulars