Nov 22

Myra Meekins of Stumpy Point, Nov. 18

Myra attended East Carolina University and was a substitute teacher for many years at Manteo Elementary School. She worked in the Head Start Program, at the Elizabethan Gardens and as a Holtine volunteer for over 20 years.

Nov 20

Kathleen Schuckler “Cass” Kosinski of Harbinger, Nov. 19

Mrs. Kosinski started working at a young age as a telephone operator in Seaford, DE, moving on to different hospitals in Wilmington, DE, and retiring from Christiana Care, Newark, DE in 1992.

18 hrs

Edward Glaude of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Edward moved to Wallingford, CT in the early 1980’s where he worked as a home health aide for several years before retiring. After a stroke in October 2015, he would move to the Outer Banks to live with his daughter.

Nov 20

Herndon Hunt Riddle of Nags Head, Nov. 12

Hunt was a talented vocalist and enjoyed much of his spare time singing karaoke with his dedicated fans at The Jolly Roger Restaurant -- where he also worked for 20 years.

Nov 14

Phyllis M. Campbell of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Mrs. Phyllis M. Campbell of Kill Devil Hills, NC died in Nags Head, NC November 17, 2017. She was 93. Mrs. Campbell was born in Australia. She was the widow of the late Glenn Campbell. Mrs. Campbell was a loving wife and mother to her family and worked briefly in retail.

Nov 20

Henry James Everett of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 17

Henry James Everett of Kill Devil Hills, NC died in unexpectedly at his home November 17, 2017. He was 79 and a United States Navy Veteran. Mr. Campbell’s survivors include his sister, Carolyn Heath and her husband, a niece, Denise; and nephew, Chris, all of Pennsylvania.

Nov 20

Charles “Chuck” Leslie Smith of Nags Head, Nov. 9

A proud veteran, Chuck served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. In business and sales all his life, he became co-owner of Cove Realty after moving to the Outer Banks 40 years ago.

Nov 14

Amber Rose Everhart of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 3

Amber loved living here and enjoyed surfing, basketball, fishing, glass collecting, and was a gifted artist. She had a loving, outgoing, adventurous spirit along with a gift of compassion.

Nov 7

Richard Nugent, formerly of Southern Shores, Nov. 13

Richard Nugent, a former longtime resident of Southern Shores, NC, was born on October 8, 1931 and passed away on November 13, 2017. Richard was 86, and proudly served in the United States Marines before embarking on a successful law career. He was predeceased by his wife Maureen and his son Mathew.

Nov 14

Lois Evans Jackson of Nags Head, Nov. 11

Lois’ favorite times were spent on the beach with friends fishing, tanning, and searching for collectible beach glass. She was a member of the NC Beach Buggy Association, Nags Head Surf Fishing Club and a founding member of the Raisin Rods Surf Fishing Team. She will be fondly remembered for her famous pickles and fruit cake cookies.

Nov 14

Ricardo Estrada Benites of Kill Devil Hills, Nov. 11

Ricardo Estrada Benites, 70 passed away among friends and family Nov. 11 in Shawboro, NC after battling cancer. "Ricky" as many knew him was born in Peru. After emigrating to the USA he worked successfully in the professional painting business.

Nov 14

Richard Allen Austin of Frisco, Nov. 7

Richard was a well known professional butcher and skilled dump truck driver for Frisco Construction and Cape Dredging for many years. He was also a devoted family man.

Nov 8

Lynn Dixon Allen Jr. of Powells Point, Nov. 4

Dix’s successful career in management and contractor sales in the construction industry spanned many years. He remained a committed member of the Outer Banks Home Builders Association until the end of his life.

Nov 8

Neil R. Madvay of Frisco, Oct. 30

An avid sportsman, Neil was a member of the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club, Outer Banks Gun Club, Salem County Sportsmen’s Club and the Quinton Sportsmen’s Club. He was also a private pilot.

Nov 8

Marion Louise Wilkins Caton of Barco, Nov. 4

Marion Louise Wilkins Caton, age 93, of 4141 Caratoke Highway, Barco, NC died Saturday, November 4, 2017 at her residence. Marion was a native of Currituck, born May 20, 1924 to the late Samuel Ansell Wilkins and Mattie Cox Wilkins.

Nov 6