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Marjorie Louise Cook

October 22, 1918 ~ April 6, 2020

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Louis Hurley Dupree

August 20, 1927 ~ April 7, 2020

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William Daniel Henderson

August 18, 1943 ~ April 2, 2020

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William Kyle Parker

October 17, 1996 ~ March 31, 2020

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Carrie Ann Gilbert

Jan. 2, 1933 ~ April 3, 2020

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Marie R. Franks

January 15, 1932 ~ March 31, 2020

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Geraldine Ann Burke

March 6, 1948 ~ April 1, 2020

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Robert “Bob” Allen Munns

February 6, 1943 ~ March 28, 2020

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James Glenwood McLean

October 21, 1947 ~ February 16, 2020

James G. McLean, 72, passed away Sunday at Transitions LifeCare in Raleigh. A native of Wake County, he was the son of the late Conez and Ethel Matthews McLean.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at 2:00 pm at Fellowship Baptist Church, Willow Spring. The family will receive friends before the service from 12:30 to 1:45 pm at the church. Inurnment will follow at Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery.

Mr. McLean is survived by his wife of 51 years, Linda Dean McLean of Fuquay Varina; sons, Robbie McLean of Fuquay-Varina, Steven McLean (Dare Cook) of Fuquay-Varina; brothers, Billy McLean (Jeannette) of Angier, Phil McLean (Gloria) of Monroe, Tommy McLean of Lake City, SC; sisters, Annie “Bootsie” Arnold (Tommy) of Willow Spring, Nancy Collins (Tom) of Conway; many loving nieces and nephews; special friends, Billy and Mary Ann Sorie of Roanoke Rapids, NC.

In addition to his parents, Mr. McLean was preceded in death by his sister-in-law, Ann McLean.


February 19, 2020

12:30 - 1:45 PM

Fellowship Baptist Church
1701 Bud Lipscomb Rd. Willow Spring, NC 27592


February 19, 2020

2:00 PM

Fellowship Baptist Church
1701 Bud Lipscomb Rd. Willow Spring, NC 27592


  1. Tim Andrews

    James was a good man and he loved the Lord. He would share Christ with others. He enjoyed golf. And fishing and he always cared for the people he pastored when he was in the pastorate. He loved going over seas on mission trips to Ghana, Africa and sharing the Gospel. He will be missed but he is now in the presence of the one He loved and served, the Lord Jesus Christ.

  2. Billyyeargin

    I didn’t see James much after he grew up, but I knew Conez and Ethel very well and I am sure he was a good man and I know you will miss him very much. Just know that he is in heaven with them now sorry he had to leave you but happy to see Conez and Ethel.

  3. Rusty Gardner

    Going to miss James. James did Pulpit Supply Preaching at my New Hill Baptist Church a few times. We became friends after we met at my Church. Then later we became friends on facebook just to keep in touch. What a Great Man! Will miss him a lot! Rest in Peace “Fuzzy”!!!

  4. Rick Sullivan

    What a beautiful tribute to a very special man. He had a very gentle heart and always had kind words with that soft but powerful voice. I am thankful to have spent time with him and to been able to call him friend.He will be missed here by many. Rest in Peace now with our Father in Heaven

  5. Pam Daughtry

    Mr James will always hold a special place in my heart. Prayers for Ms Linda, his family and friends. ~ Pam Daughtry

  6. Gloria Ann Lawrence

    Linda, you and James have made a difference in this world for Christ. I know that you are going to miss James in more ways than either of us can even imagine at this moment. He shined for Jesus for as long as I can remember.

    Nancy, I have missed you. Your face will cross my brain every now and then and I remember you as a special person in my life. (Ann Honeycutt)

    Praying for your continued blanket of comfort as you begin new days without this beloved soul in your daily life.

  7. Linda McLean

    Thank you all for the kind and loving words. James was a special man and he tried to live his life to please the Lord. He is in a better place than any of us this day. Linda Dean McLean

  8. David Ney

    So sorry to hear of the passing of James. I knew him from serving with him on trips to Ghana. James’s compassion and commitment to his fellow servants and to the scores of Ghanians he led home was both obvious and genuine. James was famous for bringing a virtual grocery store in his suitcase. From a canned ham to his famous chocolate peanuts (sorry James, I stole a few from your room) or some outlandish ointment, James always had the thing you needed. He used you well, you will be missed, and we will see you again!!


    Saddened to hear that James has gone home. He was my supervisor many years ago at an electrical contractor in the Garner area. James was always a good and Godly example before his co-workers and I really enjoyed working with him and his friendship. Will always remember him as Fuzzy. His nickname. No doubt he is rejoicing with the savior at this very minute. See ya one day Fuzzy!! When my time comes.

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