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Irene Campbell Trawick
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Birth: Jul. 31, 1916
Dillon
Dillon County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 23, 2000
Newton
Catawba County
North Carolina, USA


Irene (Campbell) Trawick, 84, of Hickory, North Carolina, died Wednesday, August 23, 2000.

Born in Dillon, South Carolina, she was the daughter of the late Wade Hampton Campbell and Eva (Jackson) Campbell.

She was a homemaker and member of the First Baptist Church of Hickory. She served as a Youth Teacher and found joy in using her talent for baking for the sick and bereaved.

Graveside services were held Friday, August 25, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. at Oakwood Cemetery, Hickory, North Carolina, officiated by Rev. D. William Leathers.

The family received friends from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. on Friday at Bass-Smith Funeral Home.

Survivors include one daughter, Barbara T. Austin of Spartanburg, SC; one son, Mack M. Trawick, Denver, NC; four grandchildren, Kimberly A Austin, Jefferson T Austin, Christopher Austin, and James E Austin; one great grandchild, Bonnie Kate Austin.

Mrs. Trawick is preceded in death by her husband, Milton Trawick.

Published in the Spartanburg Herald Journal on Friday, August 25, 2000.
 
 
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 Spouse:
  Mack Milton Trawick (1913 - 1982)
 
 Children:
  Barbara Trawick Austin (1939 - 2011)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Oakwood Cemetery
Hickory
Catawba County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Patricia
Record added: Nov 06, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79973888
Irene <i>Campbell</i> Trawick
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May you rest in heavenly peace.
- Patricia
 Added: Nov. 6, 2011
 
 
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