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Anna Pabst Matthews

Sept. 8, 1948 ~ July 9, 2019

Services will be held: July 20, 2019

Wiley Max Altman, Sr.

September 14, 1932 ~ July 14, 2019

Services will be held: July 18, 2019

Mark Wilson

August 30, 1960 ~ July 13, 2019

Services will be held: July 17, 2019

Lloyd Douglas Jones

March 17, 1945 ~ July 12, 2019

Services will be held: July 15, 2019

Martha “Anne” Garner

May 11, 1943 ~ July 11, 2019

Services will be held: July 14, 2019

Linda Golden Brown

November 29, 1944 ~ July 10, 2019

Services will be held: July 15, 2019

Edward “Ed” Wesley Padfield, Jr.

July 29, 1942 ~ July 8, 2019

Services will be held: July 12, 2019

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Lindsay H. Rush

August 19, 1927 ~ June 26, 2019

Services will be held: July 12, 2019

Cathay Delores Silver Campbell

05/9/1950 ~ 03/30/2019

GARNER- Cathay Delores Silver Campbell, 68, of Garner, went to join her Mother and other loved ones in Christ’s presence on March 30, 2019, after a very valiantly fought battle with lung cancer.
Cathay was preceded in death by her mother, Delores Silver and her sister, Marlinda Rose.
She is survived by her loving son, Hunter Campbell; her Father, Ted Silver and wife Eleanor; her sister, Sherry Silver Guthrie; two brothers, Ken Silver and wife Kay and Daryl Silver and wife Wendy all of Garner; niece, Kelly Silver of Greensboro, Kathryn Silver of Pittsburgh, PA, and Shelly Lym and her husband Vincent of High Point; two nephews, Aaron Silver of Winton-Salem, and Dakota Guthrie of Garner; and a great niece, Aurora Lym of High Point.
A Garner, NC native, Cathay leaves behind a myriad of loving friends who will miss her beautiful smile and sense of humor.
Cathay was a active member of the Garner Civitan Club for many years, and a member of Aversboro Road Baptist Church. She was employed with Duke Energy Progress for 39 years.
Her courage and positive outlook in the face of uncertainty was inspirational to all around her and is etched upon our hearts until we meet with her again in God’s presence.
The family will receive friends from 3:00pm to 4:30pm on Monday, April 1, 2019 at Bryan-Lee Funeral Home in Garner, and other times at the home of Ted Silver, 2702 Ayrshire Pl. Garner, NC 27529.



3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Bryan-Lee Funeral Home
1200 Benson Road Garner, NC


No Service


  1. doris jennings

    Condolence to the Campbell family for your loss. How comforting to know that Jehovah understands our pain and provides the comfort that we so surely need.-2Corinthians 1:3,4.

  2. Debbie Woods

    I miss my friend already but God has taken her pain away. Great memories.

  3. Sheilia & Dick Griffis

    Our hearts are broken but soothed because we know Cathay is whole again. We are grateful and thankful for the time we had together. She will live on in our hearts and memories. Praying for Hunter and Ted and all of her family. May all the wonderful memories bring peace and comfort. Rest In Peace my dear dear friend. Until we meet again. Love you.

  4. Margaret Herring Barnes

    Hunter and family, I loved your Mother so much. I met her my first day of work at CP&L 34 years ago and we instantly became friends. We had some really good times together and I will miss her. I know that she is in the presence of our Lord and that she is happy she is with her Mother and sister. I am praying for all you all.


  5. Pam Mc Donald Jones

    Though it has been many years, your sweet and funny spirit touched my heart! The world was a better place with you here. May God send comfort and peace to your precious family.

  6. Tracy Ennis

    Cathay.. what can I say. I have never met someone with such style. She is literally the best dressed person I have ever known. I can’t remember one single day where she didn’t look amazing. She was kind, funny and sassy..all of the things that made me enjoy being around her. A beautiful lady .. both inside and out. I will truely miss her! Please know that all of you are in my thoughts and prayers !

  7. Pat Simmons

    Hunter and Family, I met her some 39 years ago at CP&L, where we worked in the same group. Our paths have crossed over the years and I always enjoyed catching up with her. She was a beautiful lady and will be missed. May you find comfort in knowing she is with her Lord and is no longer in pain.
    Much Love,

  8. Phil Layton

    Hunter and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Cathay, She was a sweetheart of a person and a dear friend from Junior High and High School. Always a lot of fun to be around. May your faith and fond memories help sustain you during this sad time.
    My sincere condolences,

  9. Marcia Hicks Alford

    I have many great memories of Cathay! Sleep overs; Slumber parties; our trip to ECU to see my brother, Tommy; going to see my other brother, Irvin play drums with the Tassles…just to name a few.
    God Speed!

  10. Nathan Adams

    The times spent with you and Hunter were the best times of my life. I’m so proud I was a “honorary Silver”, the thousands hours spent at 905 Vandora Ave. – feeding two hungry kids then teenagers, never complaining and always willing to take me along to countless vacations and family Christmases. Sitting at the table with you and Gran-Gran while y’all were playing cards and absorbing your every word. I truly adored you as my second mother, spending more time with your family my own. Constantly having me in stitches from your classic sense of humor. I could go on with all the wonderful memories, but most of all thank you for including me in your family and your second son. I’ll always miss you as one of the most influential people in my uprinnging. They’ll never be another Cathay Silver Campbell. My dearest thoughts and prayers are with Hunter, Granddad, Ken, Sherry, Darryl, and your nieces and nephews. Life will never be the same without you.

  11. Dawn Talton

    Girl, I’m so going to miss you ! Our trips to TJ Max and then lunch at Panera, we had some fun times. You are definitely one beautiful , classy lady inside and out. You cared about your work family just as you did your real family. My heart breaks for all of us that are going to miss you…prayers and much love to all of us that have lost a truly great one . Miss you already Cathay.

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