She was recently predeceased by her husband Kenneth Oliver. Survivors include one son, one daughter and their families as well as numerous extended family members.
Mrs. Beam was predeceased by her husband, Frederick Beam. Survivors include her two children Charles Waite (Brynn) of Oak Island, NC and Pamela Waite of Wilmington, NC and their families as well as many other relatives.
The Candy Bomber's famed lead pilot won't be able to attend this year's festivities after requiring emergency surgery Thursday at Norfolk Naval Hospital. Get well cards will be collected at Sunday's candy drop at Manteo Airport.
Generous community support helped Food for Thought earn a $2,500 matching grant from the Outer Banks Community Foundation, which has managed the group's endowment since 2006.
No formal training is necessary to qualify for the Master Gardener program, only a willingness to learn about gardening on the Outer Banks and become a volunteer committed to helping people with their gardening problems.
Gearldine spent many years on the water while her family served in the United States Coast Guard and worked in the commercial fishing industry.
With the coldest weather of the season so far arriving on the Outer Banks this past week and winter officially starting next week, this episode of Visions brings back warm memories of this past summer.
You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina's stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.
Sea turtles impacted by the recent drop in water temperature arrived at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island this week and are being treated in the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation Center.
The celebration will begin at 8:30 a.m., and include the induction of aviation pioneer Elrey Borge Jeppesen into the First Flight Shrine, and be followed by the annual flyover at 10:35 a.m., the exact moment the first flight took place.