Funeral service for Mrs Jewel Sisk Damron age 84 of Fayetteville, will be conducted Monday at 11 am Higgins Funeral Home with Rev. Mark Ashley and Rev. Tommy Ward officiating. Burial will follow in Lynchburg Cemetery beside her husband Mr. Charles Damron who passed away in 2005. Mrs Damron passed away Friday evening in Huntsville Hospital.
A native of Moore County, she was the daughter of the late Jesse and Mae Chapman Sisk, was a homemaker, and a member of the Brandon’s Chapel Methodist Church, she was a charter member of Brandon’s U. M. W. And of Lois F. C.E. Club and a member of the Lynchburg Eastern Star. 493.
Survivors include her sons Wayne Damron and wife Ruth of Fayetteville, Jimmy Damron and wife Sharon of Harvest, AL. Bobby Damron and wife Phyllis of Murfreesboro , grandchildren Jennifer Swindall and husband Steve , Rebecca Gleghorn and husband Carl, Amanda Damron, Micah Damron and Gavin Damron, great grandchildren Taylor, Evan, Carter and Bailey Gleghorn, Owen and Olivia Swindall
Visitation with the family will be Sunday evening from 5 pm – 8pm at Higgins Funeral Home
We were saddened to hear of the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers and love are with you in the days ahead. I know she leaves you with many sweet memories.
So sorry about your loss. Sending my deepest sympathy to each of you.
Sincere sympathy – May God and your sweet memories help carry you through this difficult time. God’s Blessings on you.
To the Damron Family,
Sending my prayers and thoughts to you all. I will always remember Mr. and Mrs. Damron from the days in Lynchburg. They were always so nice and friendly to me. I will cherish the times seeing and visting with them on the square at the Brandon Chapel Church Craft Show after they moved to Fayetteville. My thoughts are with you today.
Bobby and Phyllis, Wayne and Jimmy,
So terribly sorry to hear of your mother’s death. She was such a nice lady. You have been so blessed to have her in your lives all these many years. May God comfort all of you in the difficult days ahead.
“Miss Jewel” was quite a lady. When I met her in the early 70s when I taught in Lynchburg, she was such a kind, sweet lady.
Since then, we have found out what a wonderful role model she was for her sweet family. Mr. and Mrs. Damron produced some mighty fine men. What a tribute to them!
Please know that you have our prayers and our sympathy.
Much love to all,
Sarah and Jack Raby
Donnie and I are sorry for the loss of your loved one. Keep good memories of your mom and grandmother close within your heart to help you get through this difficult time.
Donnie & Rita
Damron family so sorry for you loss. Prayer and thought are with the family during this time.Connie Arnold
Our sincere sympathy to the Damron family over the loss of their mother, grandmother, and great gramdmother.our hearts go out to you over the loss of someone so dear. You will be in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time. May your fond memories help you get through this. Please know others care deeply for your loss.
May God Bless,
Floyd and Imogene
I’m sorry for your loss. I could tell from talking to her that she was the hub of the family and enjoyed all of you so much. I’ll miss her from here. Love
Wayne and Jimmy and family sorry to hear
about the loss of your Mother.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers are with your entire family.
WAYNE AND FAMILY MAY GODS BLESSINGS BE WITH YOU IN THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVE ONE YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS HE WAS A NICE LADY AND A GOOD NEIGHBOR