Carrie Dawson House
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Carrie Dawson House, passed away on Friday, September 4, 2020. She was a native of LaGrange, North Carolina. At the age of 14, she came to Virginia to babysit a relative and never went back to North Carolina. She worked as a cashier at the Hilton Theater and retired from Colonial Stores. After her retirement, she also worked at Brentwood Pharmacy.

Carrie was preceded in death by her husband, C.A. House and her parents, Luna and Burrell Dawson. She is survived by her daughter, Oliva Brickey (Steve), granddaughters, Mandy and Hope and great-granddaughter, Lilly.

Interment will be private.

Arrangements are under the care of Peninsula Funeral Home, 11144 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23601.

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Published in Daily Press on Sep. 6, 2020.
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December 8, 2020
Ms. Carrie was a close friend of my mother. She continued to talk to me regularly even after my mother was gone. She was a kind and loving person.
Sherry Tyer
September 10, 2020
So sorry to hear about your loss. You know that God and Jesus are in the best position to comfort us when we lose a loved one in death.
September 9, 2020
Carol Reynolds
September 7, 2020
I have so many good memories spending time with Aunt Carrie, my family use to visit her and Uncle Charlie in Virginia as a child. We spent Christmas together at my Aunt Maes as a child. My daddy was Aunt Carries brother. God Bless her and family. Give my daddy a hug for me in heaven ❤
Deborah Luna Dawson Albea
September 7, 2020
Carol Reynolds
September 7, 2020
Olivia and family,

I’m so sorry for the loss of your Mom. She was such a sweet lady, very funny too, she always made me laugh. She was a great friend to my Mom and Dad over the years. They really enjoyed her visits, so did my Sister and I when we were there. She was a good butter bean sheller as well. Mama would give her a pot to help shell the beans when we were picking them. We had several phone calls in the evenings, she liked to check up on me to see how I was doing and tell me about her day. She will be missed! Our deepest sympathy!
Carol Reynolds
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