Mrs. Dalphine W. Gibbs of Belhaven, N.C. entered into eternal rest on January 2,2021
Dalphine Ward Gibbs was born on July 11, 1953, to the union of Ernestine and Alfred Ward, Sr., in Belhaven, North Carolina. She departed this life on January 2, 2021.
She was preceded in death by her son, Calvin Ward; her parents, Ernestine and Alfred Ward; and her grandparents, Jessie and Ida Ward and William Henry Windley (Josephine).
Dalphine attended Beaufort County Elementary and High School in Belhaven, North Carolina. She furthered her education at Mt. Gilead School of Nursing, also in Belhaven, North Carolina.
Dalphine accepted Christ as her personal Savior at an early age. She was united with Woodstock Free Will Baptist Church in her younger years and later joined Holly Grove. She was a faithful member and faithfully served in the choir.
Dalphine Ward was united in holy matrimony with Harry Lee Gibbs on August 7,1974. This union was blessed with two children.
Dalphine was employed at Blue Channel Crab Factory, Singer Sewing Factory and the Shirt Factory in her earlier years. She later ended her employment at Stanadyne as a Machine Operator and Assembly Line Worker for 29 years before retiring,
In her leisure time, Dalphine faithfully served the Lord, LOVED reading poetry, enjoyed fishing and enjoyed eating her food after God healed her tastebuds following her triumphant victory through cancer!!
She was an active member of The Bible Book Club and the Woodstock Homecoming Club.
Dalphine leaves to cherish her beloved memories: her husband, Harry Lee Gibbs of the home; her daughter Tikina Gibbs, of Washington, North Carolina; two grandchildren, Tevien Clayton and Teshayla Daviss, both of Washington, North Carolina; her siblings, Brinda Ward (James), Alfred Perry Ward, Jr. (Marian), Marvin Ward (Eva), Gerald Ward (Calmetha), Johnnie Ward (Margaret), Gary Ward (Ruby), Craig Ward (Veronica) and Norris Ward; a special close friend, Edith Biggs, and a special cousin, Juanita Spencer; five aunts, two uncles and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and close friends.
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