Photo courtesy of Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home

Charles H. Bilbro

Greensboro, North Carolina

Jul 5, 1921 - Apr 27, 2013

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To Jimmy and the Bilbro Family,

Some of the fondest memories I have of my childhood always include the Bilbro's. I consider your mom and dad my second set of parents while we lived on Broadacres Drive. I always loved your house where the front porch was larger than life, the living room (parlor) warm and cozy, and the kitchen called with the smell of cherry cobbler. That same house that was such a source of joy also brings back memories of sadness as I think about Mark and how even...

My thoughts and prayers are with Jim, Richard, and the rest of the family. Having grown up living back-to-back with the Bilbros and being a classmate of Jim through high school, I have many pleasant memories of Charlie, Nell, and all the family. We'll certainly miss him here, but it brings a smile to my face to think of the reunion with Nell, Mark, my Dad, and many others.

To Richard and the Bilbro Family

Sorry for your loss. In times past,
I remember your Dad and mine talking about the Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire Department and getting "things" done for the safety of the community; while we were in school.

Rest in knowing he is now watching over you (as always), keeping check on things and smiling.

May God be with you all during this time.

To the Family and Friends Remember the God of all comfort will help you at this time of grief. He will strength us to continue to make it day by day. Sincerely

I've known Charles about as long as I've known his boy, Jimmy, and that's a long time. He always seemed like a feisty, fun-loving man, much like my buddy Jim. I am pretty sure that he is the last of the Pinecroft-Sedgefield Fire Department Charter members, and that is something that I know his family and all in the community are proud of. Great man who, together with Nell, raised a great family.


To the Bilbro Family..

I was truly am
sorry to hear about the passing of
Charles ...He was a fine man, good
father, and a great friend to
my Dad,Talmadge Layton

May God go with your family during
the days, and months ahead..

All my best

R.Talmadge Layton,111 (Nick)

I have so many fond memories of Uncle Charles. Even though he wasn't really my uncle, I never called him by any other name. He was a wonderful man and a great story-teller. I could listen to him for hours! Rest in peace- Cindy Fields Quiggle


Charles's Obituaries

Mr. Charles H. Bilbro, age 91, formerly from Greensboro and a current resident of Washington, NC died on Saturday, April 27th at River Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.A funeral will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30th at St. John's United Methodist Church in Greensboro...

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