Mildred Hughes Castelloe

February 5, 2011

02/05/2011

AHOSKIE – Mildred Hughes Castelloe, age 79, of the 300 block of Baker Street, died Saturday, February 05, 2011, at Roanoke Chowan Hospital.

Mrs. Castelloe was born in Bertie County on October 25, 1931, a daughter of the late Zack and Eva White Hughes. She was a member of Ahoskie United Methodist Church and was retired as a data processor from Roanoke Chowan Hospital.

Mildred is survived by her husband, Robert Castelloe, of Plymouth, NC; a step son, Dennis G. Brown of Chicago, IL; a sister, Annie Gray Perry of Colerain; two step granddaughters; four nieces and two nephews. Mrs. Castelloe was predeceased by her first husband, Cecil Clay.

A celebration of life service will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 8, 2011, at Garrett-Jones Funeral Home, with the Rev. Lee Edwards officiating. Burial will follow in Highland Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7:00 until 8:30 p.m. on Monday, and other times at Mrs. Castelloe‚??s home, 311 Baker St., Ahoskie, NC. Flowers are welcome or memorial donations may be made to University Health Systems Hospice Care, P.O. Box 272, Ahoskie, NC, 27910.

Family and friends may send condolences and sign the online guestbook by visiting www.garrettjonesfh.com.

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Thelma Williams
13 years ago

As a former co-worker at RCH I can say that Mildred was warm friendly and always ready with a smile and a word of encouragement.

Thelma Williams

Betty Peele
13 years ago

Annie Gray & Family, So sorry to hear

about Mildred. I know she has had a

hard time these last years. Perhaps God

sent us a “mixed blessing” – she is at

peace and not in pain or confusion any

more. Love to all, Merritt & Betty

Marie Harrison
13 years ago

I prayers and best wishes come to you as you pass through this life living the beautiful legacy that Ms. Mildred left for you. She and I became aquainted during our time spent at work. what a wonderful lady to have known. Cherish the gifts of love she left. Share them as she shared with everyone.