Donald Yarborough

May 22, 1946 - February 4, 2010
Donald Yarborough

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Donald Yarborough, 63, of Castle Hayne, died Thursday, February 4, 2010 at the New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Don was born in Wilmington May 22, 1946 to the late Curwood Yarborough and is survived by his dad Charles Edward Cribb and mother Sarah Louise Cribb of Currie.

Also surviving are a brother Charlie Yarborough, and wife Gloria; sisters Carolyn Carter, Linda Henning, Brenda Meares and Debbie Basinger; and sons Christopher and Matthew.

Memorial service will be conducted 1:00 P.M Monday February 8, 2010 at Castle Hayne Baptist Church. The Reverend Billy Fowler will conduct the service. The family will see friends from noon until service time.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Castle Hayne Baptist Church Building Fund, 4535 Parmele Road, Castle Hayne,NC 28429

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  • February 06, 2010
    Franky Sidbury says:
    Hey Hippy, From Carol's to Rockingham; from Southside wild ones to Responsible mild ones. . . we made a lot of memories and had a lot of fun. You always brought a goodtime and a laugh to the party and always protected us all. Thanks for the memories. You will be missed. All my love to "Mom", "Pop", Carolyn, Linda and of course Charlie and Gloria! Please know I am with you. Love ya, Franky Sidbury

  • February 06, 2010
    judy and robert haggins says:
    our heart and our deepest love goes out to all of you today we pray god will give you continued strength and love. our prayers are with you now and always love judy craven and robert haggins

  • February 06, 2010
    Jay & Kim Bryan says:
    To the family of Don we offer our deepest condolences.He will be missed by all of us,and I am proud to have called such a great man my friend.Thanks for all the memories(Dixie Trkn,Bike Weeks,and even the Tarheel disagreements)You will always be remembered as as good man,father,friend and hero for your service for our country. Thanks, Jay & Kim Bryan