Nora Mae Cline Latham
Published 10:04 am Monday, December 14, 2020
She was born Aug. 18, 1924 in Pfafftown, the daughter of the late Marvin Sanford and Dottie Rupard Cline. She was also preceded in death by: her husband, Harmon Reid Latham; a son, Stephen Reid Latham; a sister, Patsy Cline; and a brother, Sandy Cline.
She was a member of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church where she was instrumental in raising funds for the fellowship hall. She retired from Central Carolina Bank in Mocksville after spending many years in the banking industry. She was civic minded and volunteered for many organizations throughout her life including Farmington Homemakers, United Way, Relay for Life, Methodist Women, and Storehouse for Jesus. She was happiest when she was giving and doing for others.
Surviving: sons, Jim (Chinera), Dale (Joyce); a daughter, Kathy Ellis (Bob); 55 grandchildren, Audra Raus (Glenn), Kendra Jacobs (Jim), Ethan Boger (Allison), Robert Ellis (Maricel), and Amy Horne (Travis); 9 great-grandchildren, Caroline Raus, M.J. and Stephen Jacobs, Reid and Luke Boger, and Daniel, Dalton and Nathan Kato, and Jayden Ellis; sister, Peggy Agnell; brother, Flake Cline, sister- in- law, Ann Cline; and many nieces and nephews.
A graveside service was held Saturday, Dec. 12 at noon at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery with Pastor Arnold Gosnell officiating.
Memorials: Wesley Chapel UMC Memorial Fund, c/o Kathy Ellis, 2108 Cana Road, Mocksville.