T.T. “Tommy” Prickett, II is owner of Fry and Prickett Funeral Home, Inc.. He attended NC State University and graduated from Cincinnati School of Embalming. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. In 1957 Tommy moved to Carthage and purchased Fry and Son Funeral Home, and has been active in the Carthage community since then. He and his wife Jean Yarborough Prickett are members of Carthage United Methodist Church. They have four children and four grandchildren. He is a former member of the Carthage Jaycees, Rotary Club and is also a retired volunteer of the Carthage Fire Department.
Robert moved to Carthage in 1990 and began working with Tommy Prickett. Over the years he has developed a great love for the people of Moore County and a deep passion for funeral service. In 2000 Fry and Prickett Funeral Home incorporated and Robert became an owner with Tommy. Today he serves as vice-president and general manager.
He is married to his wife Kerry and has three children. Robert is a devout Seventh-day Adventist and serves his church in many capacities. He is also a past Assistant District Governor of Rotary district 7690 and past President of the Rotary Club of Carthage. He currently serves on the executive board of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce, and also served on the advisory board of the Green Burial Council. In 2015 he graduated from Selected Independent Funeral Homes Leadership Academy.
Some of Robert hobbies include, skiing, surf fishing, and reading.
Randy Hussey joined the staff in 2010 after many years of part-time work with Kennedy Funeral Home. He retired from the North Carolina Department of Correction. He is a graduate of the Certified Public Manager and Correctional Leadership Development Programs. Randy graduated from Appalachian State University and Fayetteville Technical Community College. In 2009, Randy was awarded the Order of The Long Leaf Pine for his dedication and service to the State of North Carolina and his community.
Randy is married to Tina, they have two daughters and three grandchildren. He is a member of Smyrna United Methodist Church and serves as the Fairway District Director of Lay Speaking. As a member of the Robbins Area Christian Ministry Board, he serves as Vice Chair. He enjoys family, church activities, golf and farming.
Henry is a long-time resident of Moore County with dual careers in nursing and funeral service. A graduate of Campbell University, he also received a nursing degree from Sandhills Community College and a funeral service degree from Fayetteville Technical Community College. He has worked with us since 2009 and became a licensed funeral director in 2012.
Danny worked with Kennedy Funeral Home for many years as a part time assistant and as an apprentice. After many years of dedicated work Danny earned his Funeral Directors license in the spring of 2105.
Danny is also a farmer and potter. He and his wife Leanna own and operate Hickory Hill Pottery. They have three children and are active members of Needham's Grove Baptist Church.
Marie is a Moore County native, a graduate of Union Pines High School and Central Carolina Technical College. She comes to the funeral home with 20 years experience in lending and agricultural finance and is a NC licensed life and health Insurance agent. Married to Dan Thomas, they have two daughters and attend Beulah Baptist Church.When not working Marie enjoys camping, gardening and spending time with her family.
Pat is married to Herb Brown and they have two sons, Terry and Christopher. She is a member at First Baptist Church of Aberdeen where she has served with the youth, taught Sunday School, and other various positions. Pat is involved in many clubs in the community as well as active at the local retirement facilities.
Max Williams began working in 1999 after retiring from Ingersoll Rand. He is the associate pastor of Trinity Bible Church in Carthage. Max was born in Moore County and lives in the Hillcrest Community of Carthage. He and his wife have six children and many grandchildren. Max enjoys fishing, gardening and playing music.
William Wallace joined the staff in April of 2005. He retired from Carthage Fabrics after 47 ½ years of service as a supervisor. Also a Moore County native he and his wife Estelle enjoy family get togethers and an occasional trip to the beach for rest and relaxation. William and his wife are members of Acorn Ridge Baptist church and live in Robbins.
Otis Patterson retired from Moore County Schools as a plumbing and heating foreman and joined the staff in 2005. He is also a retired Carthage volunteer firefighter and a US Airforce Veteran. He is originally from Jackson Springs, but has lived in Carthage most of his life. Recently widowed, he and his (late) wife Leona have two children and three grandchildren. He is a members of First Presbyterian Church in Carthage. When Otis is not working you will have to find him at the beach usually fishing.
Leta Smith has worked part time since 1998. She retired from Moore County Schools where she worked as an administrative assistant at Carthage Elementary School. She helps families in the evenings during visitations and also assists in the office. She and her husband are active members of Union Presbyterian church and have two children and four grandchildren. Leta stays very busy, cooking, canning, and knitting.
Marshall worked for many years in the automobile industry. He is a lifelong resident of Moore County and an active member of Fairview Baptist Church. He and his wife Linda have two grown daughters and two grandchildren.
Marshall is an agent for Chatham Monument Company and helps families with their monument needs.
Alex is a Moore County native and lives in the Lobelia area. He served our community for over 31 years in law enforcement where he retired from Moore County Sheriffs Department as Captain in 2013. Alex's hobbies include riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle and fishing.
Certified Crematory Technician, Funeral Assistant
Charlie is a North Carolina native and recently join the staff of Pines Funerals in 2015. He and his wife Carrie live in Vass and attend New Home Baptist Church. Charlie enjoys meeting new friends and is an inspiration to many.
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Malcolm is a Moore County native growing up in Southern Pines. He worked with Powell Funeral Home in the 1980's and 90's and returned in 2014. He retired from the North Carolina Highway Patrol after serving a total of 38 years in law enforcement . He is married to his wife Ann and they have two children.
Wayne has owned and operator his own grave digging business for over 25 years. He is a lifelong resident of Sanford and has spent his life farming. Wayne is married to Jean and has two daughters and several grandchildren.
Richard Turner "Dick" Harris
In Memory 1924-2015
Dick dedicated his entire life to funeral service and on Sunday, April 26, 2015 he passed away. He was an active employee of Powell Funeral Home for nearly 30 years. A friend and mentor to all of us he will be truly missed by his funeral home family.
He was a US Navy veteran of WWII. He attended Wake Forest College and graduated from Cincinnati School of Embalming. He owned and operated Harris Funeral Service in Eden, NC. before moving to Southern Pines.