Molly Goggin Eubank

July 30, 2011


Following a courageous battle with cancer, Mrs. Molly Goggin Eubank, 66, passed away on July 30, 2011 at Pitt County Memorial Hospital in Greenville, North Carolina.

She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on February 5, 1945 to the late Howard ‘Barney’ Alexander Goggin and Alice Goggin. She was preceded in death by her Grandmother, Mary Elizabeth ‘Mollie’ Hughes; and her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Eubank.

Molly is survived by her husband, Douglas E. Eubank of Murfreesboro, N.C.; her son, Lance T. (Eubank) Crowe, of Murfreesboro, N.C.; Lance’s children and her grandchildren, Owen and Madison; her son, Tadd W. Eubank, and his wife, Kelli F. Eubank, of Boykins, Virginia; her brother Jeffrey Goggin and his wife, Barbara, of Orlando, Florida; her brother-in-law David Eubank and his wife, Lenny, of Dayton, Ohio, and her nephew, Mitchell Eubank and his wife, Dawn, also of Dayton, Ohio.

Molly was trained as an art teacher and received a Bachelor of Arts from Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky. She taught art for several years and then, while maintaining her personal interest in art, she turned her professional interests to local government and public service. Molly worked for the Town of Murfreesboro, N.C. for approximately 23 years in the positions of Town Administrator and Town Clerk. She also served as Clerk for the Town of Como, N.C. for approximately 20 years. Molly was a long time volunteer with the Como Rescue Squad and the Como Volunteer Fire Department.

Molly was known to all as a person of compassion, honesty, and giving; along with gentle and dignified leadership. She was a person with great tolerance and personal strength. Molly was involved in many charitable events and organizations in her community. Molly especially loved and cared for pets and homeless animals. She was very active with PAWS of Hertford County.

Many friends and family gave support and assistance to Molly and her family during her battle with cancer. There are too many to personally identify by name. Molly’s family sincerely extends its appreciation and gratitude for all the support, help and assistance given during her illness.

A memorial service for Molly will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, August 7, in the auditorium of the Columns Building at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, N.C.

In lieu of flowers, Molly’s family asks that donations and contributions may be made to ‘PAWS of Hertford County, Inc., P.O. Box 153, Murfreesboro, N.C. 27855’ or ‘Town of Como Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 117, Como, N.C. 27818.’

Garrett-Jones Funeral Home of Ahoskie, N.C. is serving the Eubank family. Condolences can be sent to the Eubank family by visiting

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Quentin Hatfield
12 years ago

Had been thinking about the two of you for some time; am so sad to hear of your loss and please know that you will be in our prayers as you grieve the loss of such a loving person.

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Marion and Jim Foster
12 years ago

Molly will surely be missed. She wore so many hats. I could fill the page with memories.

Molly, you are among the Angels. And now that you are one of them, please remember to keep Murfreesboro in your sites. I know you are on the shoulders of your boys, the rest of your family and your many friends.

We will miss you greatly.

Candace Matthews
12 years ago

I have not worked with PAWS long, but I was able to meet Molly during some PAWS work. She was very kind and compasionate. You could hardly tell anything was wrong at PAWSFest because she was so dedicated to her work. She will be greatly missed. I met Doug when my Chowan pottery class invited him to show us how to make some teapots. He was talented and well-spirited during the visit. The Eubanks were gifts to our community.

Nancy Futrell
12 years ago

Tadd and Lance

I was so sorry about your Mom and then your Dad. They were such nice people.I enjoyed talking to them when I use to cut their grass when they lived in Como. I would see your Dad at Walter’s Grill sometime and talk to him. I know this has been really hard on you both. Take care. Nancy Futrell

Fred Baker
12 years ago


I am so sorry to hear about your losses. I hope that you and your family are able to find peace and support from one another during this very difficult time.

Yours truly,

Fred Baker

Rebecca Willson
12 years ago

I just wanted you all to know that you are being thought about at this time….Your Mom was a wonderful person & your dad was so very proud of her… was an awful message to receive this afternoon that your Dad was also gone to be with his beloved “My MollY”… they are together….you all don’t know me because I am sorta new here in town but I have know your mom & dad for a long time… all take care of each other…….

Amelia (Amy) Vann Howard
12 years ago

I was so very sorry to hear of Molly’s passing.

I remember when she and Doug first came to Murfreesboro. I was talking about them with a friend, remembering a conversation I had with her back then. She was discussing painting and drawing with another friend and me. I don’t remember what lead to her commnent, but I’ll never forget her telling us whenever she drew or painted Doug, she didn’t draw him the way he appeared to others – instead she drew him the way SHE saw him – as a much thinner man. And my thought was – I hope I find that kind of love someday.

Clearly, Molly and Doug loved each other. And I, too, was saddened to learn, last night, about Doug’s joining Molly – but glad to know they’re together.

Please, accept my sympathy in the loss of both your parents. They were 2 very special people and I’m truly glad I knew them.


Amelia Vann Howard

John S. Hinton
12 years ago

Tadd and Lance,

My deepest sympathies are with you both. May peace and acceptance flood your hearts and minds, and please know if there is anything you need the Hinton family will be there. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.