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Sarabeth S. Latham

Published 12:06am Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Jan. 22, 1928 – Feb. 10, 2013

Mrs. Carolyn “Sarabeth” Sellers Latham, age 85, a resident of Chocowinity and a former resident of Leland, NC, died Sunday, February 10, 2013, at the home of her daughter Suzanne Whichard, 513 Bay Lake Street, Chocowinity, NC.
A memorial service will be held 1:30 PM Tuesday, February 12, 2013, at Paul Funeral Home & Crematory of Washington officiated by Steve Hill. A private burial will take place in Oakdale Cemetery of  Washington. Ronald Black and Terry Alligood will serve as honorary pallbearers.
Mrs. Latham was born in New Hanover County on January 22, 1928, daughter of the late Nash Mercer Sellers and the late Daisy Thetis Prevatt Sellers. She married Elmer Randolph Latham in February of 1947 who preceded her in death on April 16, 1986. Mrs. Latham was a homemaker who enjoyed painting, yard work, tending to her flower gardens and woodworking. She was a member of First Church of Christ of Washington.
Survivors include three daughters: Randy Pittman and her husband Larry and Suzanne Latham Whichard and her husband Jimmie, all of Chocowinity and Tanya Latham Hardison and her husband Tommy of Blounts Creek; two sons: Gregory Nash Latham and his wife Diane of Currie, NC and Elmer Sellers Latham of Chocowinity; one sister: Rachel Little of Cayce, SC; fourteen grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren. Mrs. Latham was predeceased by two sisters and two brothers.
In lieu of flowers the family kindly asks for memorial contributions to be made to Community Home Care & Hospice, 222 Stewart Parkway Suite 100, Washington, NC 27889.
Online condolences may be offered to the family by visiting
Paul Funeral Home & Crematory of Washington is honored to serve the Latham family.

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