Katherine Hill Keith, 95

Katherine Hill Keith

Katherine Hill Keith, 95, born May 20, 1925 passed away July 23, 2020 from complications of COVID19. She was a longtime resident of Wake County and in recent years, a resident of Hillside Nursing and Assisted Living Center in Wake Forest, NC where she received excellent care from all of the staff.

She was a housewife and worked alongside her husband, Carlton and children farming the land on Burlington Mills Road.

She was the youngest of 9 siblings born to John and Kate Hill of Franklin County. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband of 35 years, Carlton Cash Keith, 1 sister, 7 brothers and a granddaughter Tammy Lee Keith.

She is survived by three children; Kay K. Bailey (Tommie) of Wake Forest, Billy Keith (Carol) of Youngsville and Steve Keith (Judy) of Warrenton.  There are six (6) Grandchildren, Wendy Green (Jimmy), Michael Bailey (Allison), Lorie Bailey, Anna Scoggins (David), Jeffery Keith (Jennifer), Emily Keith. Twenty (20) Great Grandchildren and seven (7) Great-Great Grandchildren. Katherine was blessed to experience the ever flowing love of five generations of family.

There will be a graveside service for family and friends at Rolesville Baptist Church Cemetery, 498 W. Young St., Rolesville, NC at 11 o’clock Saturday morning, July 25, 2020.  All attendees are requested to wear the appropriate face mask and practice social distancing.

The family requests memorials be made to either Hillside Nursing and Assisted Living Center, 968 Wait Ave., Wake Forest, NC  27587 or South Main Baptist Chapel, 601 S. Main Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587.

A service of Bright Funeral Home, Wake Forest. (919-556-5811)

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