Peachie Hatcher Rivenbark

Share:


Obituary

Mrs. Peachie Hatcher Rivenbark of Wallace left her earthly home for her heavenly home on November 6, 2017 while at New Hanover Regional Medical Center. She was born in Duplin County on April 9, 1918 to the late William Henry Hatcher and Elizabeth Bell “Lizzie” Maready Hatcher. Also predeceasing her are her husbands Edmund Jacob Jarman and Edwin “Duck” Rivenbark; daughters, Alma Elizabeth Jarman and Madeline Jarman Johnson; a grandson, Ronnie Ritterbusch; a stepdaughter, Gloria Rivenbark Edgerton; five brothers and three sisters.
Surviving are her grandchildren-Johnny Ritterbusch and his wife Jane of Simpsonville, SC, Lorie Norris and her husband Zebbie of Cookville, TN, Barbie Jackson and her husband Allen of Teachey, Jason Johnson of Willard, Patty Kraus of Canonsburg, PA, Linda Dire and her husband Tim of Claysville, PA, Jerri Dire and her husband Chester of Cape Coral, FL, Tracey Dire Hapchuk and her husband Dave of Washington, PA, and Angel Dire Nunamaker and her husband John of Canonsburg, PA; her step children-Joy Fowler and husband Dave, Charles Rivenbark and wife Connie, Pat Jernigan and husband Mallory, and Larry Rivenbark and wife Margaret; eleven step grandchildren; a host of great and great great grandchildren; and countless nieces, nephews and special friends.
A funeral service will be held at Padgett Funeral and Cremation Services on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. Visitation will precede the service at 1:00 p.m. Interment will be at Riverview Memorial Park in Watha.
Mrs. Peachie was a life long member of the Wallace First Baptist Church and participated in church activities there for a long period of time. She dearly loved her Lord and her church, along with all the dear friends she made while attending church there. As a local seamstress in the town of Wallace, many life-long friends were made and cherished by Mrs. Peachie. A great deal of time was spent in her yard gardening her many flowers which were very significant to her. The inside of her house overflowed with the many plants she nurture. No person has ever existed who was just like her and many lives have been touched by Mrs. Peachie who spent almost one hundred years on earth.
One may share memories and send condolences to the family by selecting our “Guestbook” above.
Padgett Funeral and Cremation Services of Wallace, North Carolina. (910-285-3309)