|Birth: ||Feb. 22, 1924|
|Death: ||Mar. 26, 1990|
March 28, 1990
A Clarksville couple was killed when their vehicle was struck by a
tractor-trailer on U.S. 360 Monday morning.
Cabell Porter Mills Sr., 69, and his wife, Pauline Hargrave Mills, 65,
were dead at the scene near the intersection of 360 and state Route 654,
according to a state police spokesman.
He said Mills pulled out of a parking lot and attempted to cross the
westbound lane of 360 to travel east and their car was hit by the truck. The
name of the driver of the truck was not available.
Mills, a native of Mecklenburg County, was a farmer. He was a former
manager of the Mecklenburg Egg Cooperative and a former Clarksville policeman. He was a member of the Clarksville Fire Department, a major in the Civil Air
Patrol and a member of the Mecklenburg County Lifesaving and Rescue Squad.
Mrs. Mills was retired from the Russell Stover Candy Co.
The Millses were members of Jeffers Baptist Church.
They are survived by two daughters, Janice Allgood of Richmond and Kate
Saville of Ashland; and three sons, Cabell P. Mills Jr. of Vienna, Martin G. Mills of Stamford, Conn., and Donnie R. Mills of Clarksville.
In addition, Mr. Mills is survived by four sisters, Hilda Reese of Chase City, Helen Booker of Prospect, Frances Goode of Richmond and Ruby Stombach of Farmville; and two brothers, Billy Mills of Farmville and Franklin Mills of Richmond.
Mrs. Mills also is survived by four sisters, Wilma Holland of Zuni, Hila Clark of Wakefield, Annie Fuller of Newport News and Mattie Hargrave Huber of Wakefield; and three brothers, Jesse Hargrave, Jennings Hargrave and Earl Hargrave, all of Wakefield.
The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Clarksville Baptist
Church. Burial will be in Gravel Hill Baptist Church Cemetary.
Cabell Porter Mills (1921 - 1990)*
Gravel Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: Barbara Blankenship
Record added: Aug 05, 2007
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