Douglas Grady Tripp

September 5, 1946 - April 4, 2019
Douglas Grady Tripp

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Douglas Grady Tripp age 72, a resident of 13074 Highway 264 East, Pinetown, NC died at his home on Thursday, April 4, 2019.
A Memorial Service will be held 2:00 PM Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at Everett's Cross Roads Church of Christ officiated by Noah Tripp. The family will receive friends immediately following the service.
Mr. Tripp was born on September 5, 1946 in Pitt County the son of the late Alonza Tripp and Mary May Tripp
Douglas is survived by his wife: Elizabeth Everett Tripp of the home, two daughters: Kim Tripp of Smithfield, NC; Renee Moore Marritt of Kinston, NC; three sisters: Dora Elizabeth Tripp Manning of Swansboro, NC; Mary Carol Tripp Jones of Kinston, NC; Jean Tripp Parris of Kinston, NC; two stepdaughters: Tina Webster Dunn of Pinetown, NC; Loretta Webster of Pinetown, NC; a stepson: Kevin Webster of Pinetown, NC; three grandchildren, five great grandchildren, six step grandchildren and five step great grandchildren. Along with his parents he was also preceded in death by a grandson: Dylan Tripp.
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Joseph B. Paul, Jr. Funeral Director Licensee of Washington is serving the Tripp family.

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Memorial Service

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
2:00 PM

Everett's Cross Roads Church of Christ - Directions
48 White Post Road
Pinetown, NC 27865

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  • April 10, 2019
    Robert Foster says:
    So sorry about Doug. I did everything I could to get off work. Robert wanted to be there.

  • April 06, 2019
    Loretta Webster says:
    Thank you for all you have done it means a lot to my mom I appreciate it and may God bless you

  • April 06, 2019
    Marie Sparks says:
    Doug was a good man. No matter who he seen he was always friendly to everyone and didn't know a stranger. I enjoyed EVERY MOMENT and EVERY VISIT when I was around him. I'm going to miss talking to him on the phone and seeing him at our "EDWARDS FAMILY DINNER" every year. This past dinner we had he wasn't able to come with his family so we went to his house the next day and I told him he didn't come to see me so I had come to see him. We laughed, joked and had a good visit. He left a lot of MEMORIES for everyone and will be missed by us all. Will be Praying for everyone.