Eula (Spivey) Cheatham

Eula (Spivey) Cheatham

Eula Spivey Cheatham 90, of Whiteville passed on Saturday July 30, 2022 in UNC Chapel Hill Southeastern, Lumberton.  She was born in Columbus County, the daughter of the late Fred Spivey and Lizzie McKee Spivey.

She was the widow of the late Eugene P. Cheatham. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband, a daughter, Brenda George Cheatham, a brother, William O’Neil Spivey.

She is survived by a son, Eugene P. Cheatham of Westland, MI; a sister, Phylista A. Elmani of Upland, CA, three grandchildren, David McCullough, Dalton Cheatham, Jake Cheatham, several nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Cheatham will be buried by her husband at 3:00 pm Wednesday August 3, 2022 at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery.

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