Eunice Virginia Rivenbark

January 5, 1935 - September 6, 2012
Eunice Virginia Rivenbark

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Eunice Virginia Rivenbark, 77, of Wilmington died Thursday September 6, 2012 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Eunice was born January 5, 1935 to Ora Moore Rivenbark and John D. Rivenbark.

Eunice was a member of St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church where she was a member of the Stephen Ministries. After surviving cancer, she volunteered at the Zimmer Cancer Clinic to give encouragement to others.

Eunice was preceded in death by her parents and sisters Lillie Rivenbark, Hazel Ham, and Alma Cashwell. She is survived by sisters Dell Rivenbark of Hampstead, NC, Thelma Warrick of Goldsboro, NC, Helen Nunn of LaGrange, NC, Brothers Alton Rivenbark of San Diego, CA. and Jerry Rivenbark of Wilmington, NC, nephew L.R. Rivenbark of Hampstead, NC, and many other special nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held at St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at Market and 6th Streets, Saturday September 15, 2012 at 3:00 pm.

Per her request Eunice’s body has been donated to medical science.

Memorial donations may be made to St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church or Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 1414 Physicians Dr., Wilmington, NC 28401.

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  • September 13, 2012
    Larry & Deborah Cashwell says:
    There was no one like our Aunt Eunice. She was definately a unique lady, unafraid to be different and to be herself. She loved beauty in flowers, beautiful old things and people with beautiful hearts. We loved seeing her in her lace, hats, shawls and gloves. She took us back to times when women dressed like ladies. She may have lived like a lady from the past, but she fought for her future. We'll miss her and her courage. She loved and she was loved. We will never forget Aunt Eunice. Nephew & niece, Larry and Deborah

  • September 13, 2012
    Margaret Musacchio says:
    Ms Rivenbark was such a sweet lady, always impeccably dressed, and ready to chat. She always volunteered on Saturdays at St Paul's when we hosted families from Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality. She really talked to the children and more importantly for them, she listened. We will miss her so much. Our deepest sympathy to her family and friends. Margaret & Bob Musacchio

  • September 14, 2012
    Kent A. Chatfield says:
    It was with a heavy heart that I learned of the passing of Eunice. She was always kind to me from the very moment I first met her. She was a dear friend of my Mother also. Jerry, I love you as my Brother and I and my family express our deepest sympathy. Kent

  • September 13, 2012
    Kim Metts says:
    I shall miss Eunice. She was such a joy. I loved to see what she was wearing when she came into our office. She always looked like she was on her way to high tea. What a treasure.

  • September 12, 2012
    Vivian Parlier-Burnett says:
    To the Rivenbark family, Eunice was a beautiful lady. In church, she sat in the pew behind Julian and me. She was always smiling and looking beautiful in her hats and gloves! Julian and I will always remember Eunice. May peace with you. Vivian and Julian Burnett