Darious LeGrant Babson (1953 - 2018)

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Darious LeGrant Babson, 65, of Ash died Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
He was born in Columbus County on April 29, 1953, the son of the late Newman Babson and Myrlie Simmons Babson. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a daughter, Carmen Babson; sister, Carol Jean Powell; brothers, William "Bunny" Babson, Norvan Babson and Danny Babson.
He was a retired millwright having been employed by Riegelwood Paper Co. (known as Federal Paper Co. and now International Paper Co.). He loved to cook for family and friends and at one time owned and operated Dad's Café in Whiteville.
Surviving are his wife, Stella Alambis Babson; sons, Tony Babson (Ashley) of Nakina and Bruce Babson (Courtney) of Ash; daughters, Nicole Evans (Ron) and Jennifer Syvanthong (Chick) both of Huntersville; grandchildren, Melody, Hadley, Colin, Rylee, Jackson, Iila and Carmen; and his canine boys, Mike and Ike.
Funeral service will be conducted Thursday, Nov.1 at 3 p.m. in Soldier Bay Baptist Church where he was a member. The Rev. Jason L. Benton and the Rev. Brad Ferguson officiating. Burial will follow in the Babson Memorial Cemetery on Big Neck Road in Ash.
The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.
Active pallbearers will be, Kevin Hollister, Jason Coveyou, Victor Rodriquez, Walt Kissell, Scott Babson and Travis Ransom. Honorary pallbearers will be Trent Evans and William Warren.
Private online condolences may be sent to the family at www.brunswickfuneralservice.com.
Brunswick Funeral Service, Shallotte.


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Published in The Brunswick Beacon on Nov. 1, 2018