Jeannette Stines Cawthorn

jeannette cawthorn

April 13, 1942 ~ August 19, 2005

Resided in: Hendersonville, NC

Hendersonville ~ Jeannette June Stines Cawthorn, 63, of Berna Knoll Court, died on Friday, August 19, 2005 in Margaret Pardee Hospital. Mrs. Cawthorn was the daughter of Pauline Rebecca Earwood of Fletcher and the late Wres E. Stines. She was a member of the Living Waters Baptist Church. In addition to her mother, she is survived by her husband of 34 years, James L. Cawthorn of Hendersonville; daughter, Kathy Cowan of Hendersonville; son , Keith Cawthorn and wife Stacy of Hendersonville; three grandchildren, Joe Cowan, Katie Cawthorn and Joshua Cawthorn; two sisters, Marjorie Allen of Fairview and Wilma Allison of TN; a brother, Bill Stines of CA. Graveside services will be held Wednesday at the Western Carolina State Veterans Cemetery with the Rev. Mike Stewart officiating. The family will receive friends from 7:00 - 8:30 PM Tuesday in the chapel of Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian on Long Shoals Road.

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  1. Joe, I think your grangmother was one of the finest women I ever had the priviledge knowing. Always serving! She loved you like crazy and was always so proud of you!She will be missed. WE are praying for you,your mom, Keith,and all of your family.

    Nahum 1:7

  2. We will miss Jeanette very much. She was a loving, caring, and giving person. It was a privilage to know her. We send our deepest sympathey to your family during this huge loss. God Bless, Ken & Suzanne Allen

  3. Gunny, so sorry to hear of your great lost. One never knows what will happen before we leave this world. I got total custody of my daughter’s son. Ricky is now 3. Take care and I love you. Please call and talk to me later, when you feel like it. Home 274-2284 or at the big house!!!xoxoxoxox Joanna

  4. Our condolences to the family and friends of Jeanette during this time of loss. Sincere wishes of sympathy from her neighbors at the Berna-Knoll community.

    Bob & Lois Duffy
    Mildred Brooks
    Richard Waters

  5. Joe,

    Nan was such an awesome person. I can remember how she would go out of her way to help so many. She really loved you. I can remember her going to Caswell on our youth trip. If it wasn’t for her, the Wednesday night suppers might not have been started. She was a blessing. Joe, know that her memory will continue to be a blessing to others for many years and that she has instilled in you the same. As always you know you can call if you need anything. We love you.

  6. Wanted to let you know I am thinking of you during this difficult time. My prayers are with all of you. Keith, I will talk to you later.

  7. Keith, We are all so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Let us know if there is anything we can do. Love you,
    Penny and Marlene

  8. I met Jeannette while caring for her mother, Pauline Stines. I do not know if you all will remember me or not…but I was always so touched by Jeannette’s sweet spirit and giving nature…I am sorry for your loss and I will miss her

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