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Louise (Junie) Fleenor (Kolb)

Louise (Junie) Fleenor (Kolb)

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07/06/14 09:43 PM #1    

Danny T. Ferguson

Mrs. "Junie" Louise Fleenor Kolb died at her home Thursday, May 10, 2001.

She was born in Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, on March 23, 1944, to Wiley O. Fleenor and Jane Nading Fleenor.

Mrs. Kolb was a lifelong member of Centenary United Methodist Church. A graduate of R.J. Reynolds High School, she also attended Salem College. She was retired from the A.B.C. Board. "Junie" was a gifted painter and sculptress and was well-known as a fantastic gourmet chef.

She is survived by her daughter, Heather K. Bauguss and husband Bill of Winston-Salem; three sisters, Janie F. Jenkins and husband Jarman of Winston-Salem, Sally F. Reed and husband Fred of Erie, Pa., and Louise Lea Nading of Winston-Salem; one grandson, Michael Bauguss of Charlotte; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 25, at Centenary United Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Roland Barnhardt. The family will receive friends at the church following the service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Circle 13 of Centenary United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 658, Winston-Salem, NC 27102. Vogler Reynolda Road Chapel is serving the Kolb family.

07/07/14 08:59 AM #2    

Bonnie Forrest (Boles)

I loved Junie. I remember sitting behind her watching her draw horses. She was so talented and a really neat person.

07/07/14 10:31 AM #3    

Pam Bain (Davis)

I loved Junie, and she never knew what an influence she had on me. I idolized her ability to create such beauty through her art. She and Mary Rose Frey were in my art class in high school. They were actually putting out masterpieces as I was stuck doing the still life of the vase and the rose. The two of them enticed me to challenge more, and later in my life, I began to take art seriously. I knew about our loss of Junie and Mary Rose and have always been saddened by the loss of two such special people...
Pam Bain Davis,

07/07/14 10:34 AM #4    

Pam Bain (Davis)

Typo Mary Rose Frye...

07/07/14 11:06 AM #5    

Mary Fobert (Williams)

Junie was my very best friend in High School and I still think of her often. She was so much fun and so creative. I remember one winter after a snow storm- we ( I should say Junie) didn't make the typical snowman- She created a toliet with the "thinker" sitting on it!!  We got lots of comments from people passing by- I also remember many a night sneaking out the of the house and going to the "Tavern on the Green" after hours-with Missy and Peggy- we were a wild bunch! but such fun! Wish she was still with us-Mary Fobert Williams

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