Hector-MacLean-Obituary

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Hector MacLean

Lumberton, North Carolina

Sep 15, 1920 - Dec 7, 2012

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Dear Lyl and Aaron,

I have had you both along with Hector and "Big Lyl" so much on my mind and in my heart since I heard the news last night. You were all such a vital part of my childhood and make up a big segment of my earliest and fondest memories of growing up in Lumberton. Hal and I are both so very sorry for the loss of one of the finest and the best. He will be missed, but never forgotten. Love, Amanda

My condolences to Lyl, Aaron and the entire Hector MacLean family. When remembering Hector I am reminded not only of his exceptional public service but of the countless number of individuals in peril whose lives he quietly and unassumingly so positively touched by his caring, encouraging and charitable acts and deeds.

Lyl, we extend our thoughts and prayers to you, Aaron and your whole family upon the passsing of your father. Mr. McLean was a true Scot and a humanitarian to all. We were lucky to have known him. Chandler and Louisa Stewart

Mr. McLean was such a fine gentleman. Family and friends have my condolences. With much respect.

His kindness to my mother and to our family when she worked in the bank cafeteria will always be remembered. I doubt anyone could count his many quiet acts of extraordinary kindness. Prayers for all of you.

Lyle and Aaron, I am so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was a wonderful humanitarian and a good friend. I will miss him.

Dear Lyl & Aaron & family,
Thinking of you in this time of sorrow. We have many fond memories of your father. Love and prayers, Drina & Neill

Lyl,
So very sorry to hear of your father's passing - he was a life-long friend to my parents and provided me with fond memories of our years in Lumberton. With deepest sympathy....Johnny Campbell

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Hector MacLean of Lumberton, North Carolina died peacefully at his home on Pearl Harbor Day, December 7, 2012. He was born on September 15, 1920, a son of the late Governor Angus Wilton McLean and Margaret French McLean. He was predeceased by his wife of 56 years Lyl Warwick MacLean. Mr. MacLean...

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