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The Delta Kappa Gamma Society InternationalCeremony of RemembranceNC 2020

Someone I love has gone awayAnd life is not the sameThe greatest gift that you can giveIs just to speak their name.I need to hear the storiesAnd the tales of days gone pastI need for you to understandThese memories must last.We cannot make more memoriesSince they're no longer hereSo when you speak of them to meIt's music to my ear.

Rosalind Reardon Pinsent

Dr. Frances Spruill Baker

March 11, 2020Beta Upsilon

Rachel Dudley Becton

May 3, 2019Gamma Zeta

Rachel Eloise Bonds

September 8, 2019Alpha Beta

Helen Ayscue Bonner

April 14, 2019Alpha Omega

Nell Ellis Boone

February 20. 2019Beta Theta

Kateland Marie Bunch

December 10, 2017Delta Nu

Joyce Griffith Butler

January 8, 2019Psi

Jane Ardrey Clawson

March 29. 2019Alpha Zeta

Thelma Osborne Davis

May 12, 2019Gamma Delta

Rachel Warwick Edwards

December 23, 2019Omicron

Elizabeth Eisele

October 11, 2019Alpha Psi

A white rose for their brilliant ideas that inspired their students

Frances Eakes Etheridge

July 16, 2019Gamma Theta

Harriett Myers Faulkner

January 24, 2020Gamma Chi

Monteen Jones Fox

March 12, 2019Gamma Phi

Annette Sain Geymont

September 20, 2019Delta Sigma

Rachel Elaine Goodgame

July 28, 2019Kappa

Mildred Land Hallyburton

April 23, 2019Alpha Nu

Juanita Harrell Harbour

August 20, 2019Gamma Sigma

Patricia Morgan Harden

March 18, 2020Theta

Dorothy Spicer Harward

October 28, 2019Beta Iota

Nancy Stevenson Hodge

October 14, 2019Gamma Lambda

Ina Rebecca Howell

June 18, 2019Tau

A white rose for their commitment to the pursuit of Society goals

Betty Jean Hughes

June 12, 2019Alpha Chi

Louisianna Queen Hurdle

July 12, 2019Gamma Lambda

Dorris Quinn Koontz

April 18, 2019Chi

Shirley Turner Ledford

October 17, 2017Sigma

Louise Shackleford Lewis

January 15, 2020Alpha Omega

Margaret Louise Lewis

February 10, 2020Mu

Patricia Zimmerman Little

August 24, 2019Alpha Xi

Eunice Nellie McCoury

February 7, 2020Alpha Gamma

Lucy Gray McCoy

July 26, 2019Alpha Psi

Janice McLamb McMahon

December 3, 2019Alpha Nu

Inez Johnson McRae

December 20, 2019Alpha Rho

A white rose for their dedicated, lifelong passion for education

Carolyne Bird Mew

April 21, 2019Gamma Gamma

Annie Faye Mode

June 15, 2019Gamma Omega

Mary Sharpe Owens

February 21, 2020Sigma

Evelyn Norton Pangle

March 13, 2019Alpha Iota

Ruth Delores Parks

December 23, 2019Gamma Alpha

Mary Ruth Payne

April 29, 2019Gamma Delta

Beulah Marion Perkins

December 5, 2019Alpha Theta

June Thomas Pettigrew

November 19, 2019Beta Tau

Emma Lou Gay Pippen

September 20, 2019Alpha Kappa

Beverly Sutton Puryear

December 23, 2019Delta Mu

Bess Mae White Ragsdale

November 12, 2019Alpha Beta

A white rose for their enthusiasm that continues to inspire

Paulette Allen Roberson

August 11, 2019Beta Upsilon

Peggy Majette Seegars

May 16, 2019Iota

Nan Ree Fisher Shearin

June 17, 2019Beta Alpha

Helen Rich Sheffield

June 11, 2019Chi

Bonnie Barefoot Speegle

December 5, 2019Gamma Kappa

Janet Elaine Walker

March 3, 2020Alpha Epsilon

Patricia Bonnell Walker

June 14, 2019Gamma Xi

Brenda Sutton Warren

June 10, 2019Delta Mu

Alice Sue Weddle

November 15, 2019Beta Beta

Betsy Parkerson West

November 19, 2019Delta

Nellie Jarvis White

May 18, 2019Gamma Chi

Audrey Kornegay Whitley

March 1, 2019Beta Lambda

A white rose for their love and devotion for family, students, and fellow educators

What Will Matter

Ready or not, some day it will all come to an end. There will be no more sunrises, no minutes, hours, or days. All the things you collected, whether treasured or forgotten, will pass to someone else. Your wealth, fame, and temporal power will shrivel to irrelevance. It will not matter what you owned or what you were owed. Your grudges, resentments, frustrations, and jealousies will finally disappear. So, too, your hopes, ambitions, plans, and to-do lists will expire. The wins and losses that once seemed so important will fade away. It won’t matter where you came from or what side of the tracks you lived on at the end. It won’t matter whether you were beautiful or brilliant. Even your gender and skin color will be irrelevant.

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So what will matter?How will the value of your days be measured?

What will matter is not what you bought but what you built; not what you got but what you gave. What will matter is not your success but your significance. What will matter is not what you learned but what you taught. What will matter is every act of integrity, compassion, courage, or sacrifice that enriched, empowered, or encouraged others to emulate your example. What will matter is not your competence but your character. What will matter is not how many people you knew but how many will feel a lasting loss when you’re gone. What will matter is not your memories but the memories of those who loved you. What will matter is how long you will be remembered, by whom, and for what. Living a life that matters doesn’t happen by accident. It’s not a matter of circumstance but of choice. Choose to live a life that matters.

Michael Josephson

Thank you

Membership/Expansion CommitteeElizabeth Miars, Chair

Aimee AndersonDr. Susan BlackburnDoris LittlejohnEvelyn "Susie" MillerAmanda MooseKaty Todd

State OfficersDr. Teresa H. Cowan, President

Tobey Worthington, First Vice-PresidentHilda Parle'r, Second Vice-PresidentDoris Littlejohn, Recording Secretary