HOLLY RIDGE - On May 9, 2017, Pauline Ottaway Manzulich went to be with our Lord Savior Jesus Christ. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at Providence Baptist Church in Holly Ridge with Reverend Bo Osborne and Bishop John Ballard officiating. The Laying to Rest will follow at the Eden’s Family Cemetery.
She was born in Holly Ridge where she attended school and graduated from Dixon High School. Soon after, she married John R. Manzulich and moved to Durham. She was first a loving daughter, sister and mother. Her life revolved around God and her family. She was never too busy raising children and grandchildren to find time to help others.
After retiring from the US Postal Service, having served 23 years, she moved back to Holly Ridge. She spent these happy years with relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Bernice K. Ottaway; mother, Hannah Davis Ottaway; and sister, June M. Stone.
Survivors include her sister, Elizabeth Aldridge (Barry); one brother, Bernice Stone (Jeanette); son, John R. Manzulich, Jr. (Nita), Paul K. Manzulich (Tonia), A. Craig Manzulich (Traci); daughter, Andrea Y. Donald; seven grandchildren, Christina B. Pulliam, Anthony (Tony) Manzulich (Amy), Jordan N. Manzulich (Mary), Jacob L. Manzulich, Bradley Castle (Jennifer), Josh Beckham and Hailey Nichols; and ten great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Friday evening, May 19 from 6 – 8 PM at Jones Funeral Home, Holly Ridge Chapel.
Jones Funeral Home - Holly Ridge
Friday May 19th, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
207 N. Dyson Street
Holly Ridge, NC 28445
Providence Baptist Church
Saturday May 20th, 2017
406 E. Ocean Hwy.
Holly Ridge, NC 28445
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I've know Polly since the first grade in school. We went through school together and never lost touch after school. She was the glue that held our Class of '59 together. Spending hours trying to locate classmates that had disappeared. She wouldn't give up. My final words to Polly would be: May our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, cradle you in His loving arms. Wipe the furrows of pain from your brow with His nail scarred hands and grant to you His everlasting peace. May all those who loved you find comfort in the knowledge that you are now resting in the arms of Jesus and as we struggle down that long, dark Road of Grief into the Light may we find the peace that only comes from knowing Him. I will be missing you and our long talks on the phone, my dear friend.
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