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Modean Otis (Belk) Belton

Born: Mon., Aug. 15, 1938
Died: Mon., Feb. 11, 2019

Family to do services at later date

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MRS. MODEAN OTIS BELK BELTON, 80 of MONROE, NC passed away Monday, February 11, 2018 at Atrium Health / Pineville in Charlotte, NC.

A Remembrance of Modean and gathering to celebrate her life and legacy will be announced at a later date.

Born Monday, August 15, 1938 in Monroe, NC,  she was a daughter of the late Briley, Sr. and Viola Robinson Belk. Modean was a 1957 graduate of Western Union High School and attended Business College. She lived in New York and New Jersey for many years and retired from Citibank in 1995 as a Collection Associate.  Modean dedicated her life talking to people about the Word of Jehovah God.  She was a Pioneer in the Jehovah Witnesses.  Modean loved traveling and visited several countries; China, Africa, Jerusalem, Russia, Taiwan, Venezuela, Korea and so many more. She also toured many Caribbean Islands, Hawaii and several states.  Modean was preceded in death by her parents, grandfather; Richard Crowder, two brothers; Craven Belk and James Belk.

She is survived by her husband; James Belton, her siblings; Briley Belk, Jr. of Charlotte, NC, Margaret Crumpler of Monroe, NC and Doris Belk of Mint Hill, NC.  Four sisters-in-laws and two brothers-in-laws,many nieces, nephews, cousins and a legion of friends.

Harris Funeral Home & Cremations of Monroe, NC is serving the Belton, Belk, Robinson and extended families.

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Vincent And Valencia Grant
   Posted Thu February 28, 2019
To James Belton. Dear James Modean was like a spiritual Aunt to Valencia and myself. She was a dear friend of my mother Alfreda Grant. We recall many delightful times in The Co-op City Congregation, in the Bronx, NY. We embraced Modean as family, and we're confident she viewed us the same. We'll never forget her beautiful smile, her laugh and her positive spirit. Most important, be assured that she is in Her Gods Jehovah perfect memory. And as she taught so many others and firmly believed soon He will call and she when answer in His New World of righteousness. (John 5:28,29)
Love Vincent and Valencia Grant

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