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Audrey Munday of Moravian Falls dies in Forsyth

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Posted: Monday, July 15, 2013 2:36 pm

Audrey Jane Clanton Munday, 74, of Moravian Falls died Thursday, July 11, 2013 at Forsyth Medical Center.

She was born Dec. 11, 1938 to Charlie and Dorothy Clanton. She was formerly employed at Shurtape and Dickie Mills and was a member of Three Forks Baptist Church. She went back later in life and graduated with her GED, where she received recognition for the highest score in Alexander County. She became a CNA.

Including her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, William Frank Munday; sons, Randall Frank Munday and John Madison Munday; and sister, Gail Elizabeth Handy.

Surviving are her children, Rebecca Geraldine (Norman) Lackey, William Charles (Shelly) Munday, and Vicki Ann Munday, all of Taylorsville; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one brother, Darrell Raymond (Judy) Clanton of Moravian Falls; and one sister, Martha (Hugh Miller) Bell of Yadkinville.

The funeral service was held Sunday afternoon in the Alexander Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Gary Jennings officiating. Burial followed at Three Forks Baptist Church.

Pallbearers were Norman and Mike Lackey, Sam Handy, David Clanton, Darren Bell, Scott Bath, Cucu Rosales and Cody Rosenbaum.

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