Maryanne Stroupe Sisk Death, Obituary – The funeral for Maryanne Stroupe Sisk was held on Monday, December 12th, 2022. She had been on this earth for 86 years and made her home in Lincolnton at E. Highway 150. On this date, Maryanne Stroupe Sisk passed away after a long battle with cancer. The memorial service that will commemorate her life will be held in the chapel of the Warlick Funeral Home at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 19, 2022, the day after she went away.
This will be the day after she passed away. The Reverend Jonathan Pugh will be in charge of hosting the gathering as well as serving as the event’s presiding pastor. After the funeral service has concluded, the burial will take place at Catawba Memorial Park. On Monday, members of the family will be present at the funeral home to meet and greet guests beginning at one in the afternoon and continuing until one forty-five minutes after that time.
Mrs. Sisk was born in Lincoln County on May 6, 1936 to Earl A. Stroupe and Mattie Tutherow Stroupe, both of whom have passed away since Mrs. Sisk’s birth. Mrs. Sisk was raised by Mrs. Sisk’s mother, Emma Stroupe, who was also responsible for Mrs. Sisk’s upbringing. Mrs. Sisk’s father, Earl A. Stroupe, was a farmer. Mrs. Sisk was the oldest of three children and the first of her own family. She lost both of her parents, as well as seven brothers and three sisters, bringing the total number of persons she was preceded in death by to eleven. Her parents were among those who passed away first.
Mrs. Sisk spent the most of her career, which lasted for a combined total of 41 years, working at Zingo’s in Delaware. At that location, her duties included managing the cash register as well as the packaging of meat. Those who had the honor of knowing her and were touched by her kindness and warmth will grieve her passing deeply. She was a wonderful person. She is survived by her son, Herman Sisk Jr. (Teresa), of Bear, Delaware; her two daughters, Barbara Duhon (Larry), of the home, and Rita McGuigan of the home; her grandchildren, David Hammerer, Steven Hammerer, Thomas Sisk, Alyssa Martinez, Travis Duhon, Michael Pinder, and Marylou Agee; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. She was predeceased by her husband In addition to that, she has one great-great-grandchild who is still alive today.