6A MOORESVILLE TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008
‘Mindful eating’ means slow
May 4, 1935
June 1, 2008
August 1, 1917
May 31, 2008
May 31, 2008
down and ‘know’ your food
By LAURA GIOVANELLI nars in mindful stress re- an hour for a mindful meal.
Media General News Service
duction, a program started Students pack their own
Edna Honeycutt Whitley, Annie Mary Cornelius Ab- William “Bill” D. Connell, in 1979 by Jon Kabat-Zinn at lunches, and later, often re-
73, of Mooresville, passed away ernathy, 90, of Sherrills Ford, Sr. (1947 – 2008) took his spir- Maybe your mom told the University of Massachu- mark that they brought too
Sunday, June 1, 2008 at her res- passed away Saturday, May itual victory lap, Saturday, you not to eat so fast. setts Medical Center. Mind- much food, Dailey said.
idence. 31, 2008 at the Brian Center in May 31, 2008 at 9:07 a.m. He But did she urge you to ful eating is a component of "With the pace that most
Born May 4, 1935 in Rowan Mooresville. was at Northeast Medical ponder each bite, meditat- the program. of us live at, we're just shov-
County, she was the daughter Born Aug. 1, 1917 in Ca- Center in Concord. ing on the yellowy-green Dailey's students spend ing it down as we go from
of the late James Alexander tawba County, she was a dau- Bill was preceded in death ruffles of the romaine in one entire class – six hours – one place to another. I think
and Ivey Rivers Honeycutt. ghter of the late Edgar Corne- by his father and mother Mr. your salad, or the juicy scar- of meditation and yoga in most people are surprised at
She was retired from Burling- lius and Hattie Goodson Cor- and Mrs. Demarcus William let of a garden tomato in silence at the end of the the way things taste," she
ton Industries and was a nelius. She was a lifelong Connell, and his father-in-law, July? seminar. It includes about said.
member of Liberty Baptist member of Rehobeth United William McKinley Steedley. There's eating. And then
Church, where she was a Methodist Church.
Bill is survived by his wife, there's eating mindfully,
eating slowly and savoring Financi e LIFTCHAIRS
member of the senior group,
Heaven Bound Saints.
In addition to her parents,
she was preceded in death by
Sherry Steedley Connell; dau-
ghter, Angela; and grandson, each bite, with a little bit of Availa bl LIFTCHAIRS
$6 2 9
In addition to her parents, her husband of 52 years, Jordan Connell; son, Mark deep breathing and medita-
she was preceded in death by James Floyd Abernathy; son, and daughter-in-law, Heather tion thrown in.
Jimmy Edd Abernathy; sisters, Connell; and his younger sis-
her husband, Lester B. “L.B.” "Mindful eating is being
Neva Cornelius Howard and
Whitley; brothers, James and
Joseph Honeycutt; sisters,
Louise Cornelius Byers; and
ter, Vickie and brother-in-law,
Skip Kress. He was also sur-
more conscious of what
we're eating and why we're
brothers, Carlton Cornelius
Sadie Jordan, Effie Honeycutt
and Wade David Cornelius.
vived by many other loving eating," said Jeffrey Gree- 15 LIFTCHAIRS
and Cordie Jordan. family members too numer-
Survivors include a son, ous to name.
son, a psychologist with IN STOCK
She is survived by her chil- Duke Integrative Medicine,
Ray Allen Abernathy of Sher-
dren, Tony R. Whitley and He attended Celeste Hen- part of the Duke University
rills Ford; grandson, David
wife, Sue, of Asheboro, Kathy Jason Abernathy of Maiden; kel High School in Statesville. Health System.
Whitley of Mooresville; broth- and sister, Frances Cornelius Bill was a Vietnam War veter- Greeson teaches and
ers, Clark Honeycutt and Da- McClain of Mooresville. an serving in the U.S. Navy. studies the effects of mind-
vid Honeycutt, both of Moor- He was best known for his 34 ful eating. "Mindless eating 693 North Main Street
A service of remembrance Troutman, NC 28166
esville; grandchildren, Stacy years of motorsports broad- would be watching TV or at
will be 4 p.m. today, Wednes-
Jimison, Justin Whitley, day, June 4, at Rehobeth Uni-
casting, which included 12 a computer, we're just hav- 704-838-0587
Jeremy Whitley and wife, Jill; years of producing and host- ing some food, munching fax 704-838-0589
ted Methodist Church with
great-grandchildren, Brendan ing his own, regional network away."
Rev. Bob Kerr officiating. In-
and Garrett Jimison; and nu- terment will follow in the television show, The PROS In But less food can be more
merous nieces and nephews. church cemetery. The family Motorsports. During his glori- satisfying, he said.
Funeral services will be will receive friends from 2:30- ous broadcast career, Bill was
Mindful eating starts with
held at 2 p.m. today, Wednes- 3:45 p.m. prior to the service also cast in three motion pic-
a little pre-meal self-evalua-
day, June 4 at Liberty Baptist at the church. tures, “Last American Hero,”
tion: Start by assessing how
Church with Rev. Eddie Gra- “Greased Lightning,” and
Memorials may be sent to hungry you are on a scale of
ham and Rev. Ralph Robinette “Stroker Ace.” After losing a
Rehobeth United Methodist 1 to 7, from starving to
officiating. Burial will follow kidney to cancer in March of FHA Title 1 has money available for Homeowners &
Church, 9297 Sherrills Ford stuffed. As you eat, periodi-
the service at Glenwood Me- 1998, Bill continued to battle
Road, Terrell, NC 28682.
his health, which led to his
cally stop and assess again. Home Buyers in your area or: Improvements, Energy
morial Park. Condolences may be sent Greeson suggested that you
early retirement in May 2003, Efﬁcient Siding, Energy Efﬁcient Vinyl Replacement
Memorials may be made to to the Abernathy family at stop eating when you reach
Hospice & Palliative Care of www.drumfuneralhome.com
after the Coca-Cola 600 at
5 or 6. Windows, Bathrooms, Kitchen Remodeling,
Lowe’s Motor Speedway, Sunrooms, Heating & Air, and much more.
Iredell County, 2347 Simonton The family has entrusted where Bill called his final
Road, Statesville, NC 28625 or the funeral arrangements to NASCAR event. Deep breaths Call Carolyn
Liberty Baptist Church, 171 Drum Funeral Home & Cre- Take a few deep breaths
Johnson Dairy Road, Moores- mation Services in Conover.
His family will celebrate
before you eat. Then, begin
ville, NC 28115. Bill’s blessed life today, Wed- Call Immediately
nesday, June 4, at 4 p.m at by looking at the way the
Cavin-Cook Funeral Home Doris Neal the Dayspring Community light hits the food on your 1-800-959-2311
in Mooresville, is serving the Church in China Grove. fork, its textures and colors.
September 29, 1927
Whitley family. Raise it to your nose and
May 31, 2008 In lieu of flowers, contribu- smell it. Put down your
tions may be made to Day- utensils between bites.
Mary Culp Doris Glosson Neal, 80, for- spring Community Church
building fund, P Box 967,
.O. Act "as if you've never
November 22, 1912
merly of Mooresville, died Sat- seen this piece of food be-
June 2, 2008 urday, May 31, 2008 at Taylor China Grove, NC 28023 or The
North Carolina Kidney Foun- fore," Greeson said. "Use all
Glen Retirement in Concord. the senses to eat your food.
Mary Long Culp, 95, of Born Sept. 29, 1927 in Bur- The idea is to be more con-
Mooresville, passed away lington, she was the daughter scious."
Monday, June 2, 2008 at the of the late Henry Bright and Ernest Harwell Greeson and other re-
Brian Center of Statesville. Emelar Walker Glosson. She April 6, 1952 searchers at Duke and In-
Born Nov. 22, 1912 in New- was a retired teacher having June 3, 2008 diana State University are
berry County, S.C., she was served for 23 years in the looking at how mindful-eat-
the daughter of the late John Iredell County School System. ing programs may help peo-
Not Your Mother’s Retirement
Ernest William Harwell, 56,
Walter and Florence Waters She had received her B.A.
of Mooresville, passed away ple with eating disorders. Community.
Long. She received her B.A. from Elon College and her They're also curious if it can
M.A. from Appalachian State
on June 3, 2008. He was born
help with weight loss and
But Maybe it Should Be.
from Newberry College and on April 6, 1952, in Iredell
later received her Masters de- University. maintenance. When your loved one requires ongoing • Caring and
County. professional staff
gree from the University of She was preceded in death One study funded assistance with day-to-day activities due
by her daughter, Lucy Neal Ernest is survived by his on-site 24/7
South Carolina. She was a through the National Insti- to age or memory impairments, Summit
Griffis. wife, Kellie Woodell Harwell; • Delicious
retired elementary school tutes of Health showed that Place of Mooresville is here for you.
and two sons, Blake William restaurant-style
teacher having 40 years of Mrs. Neal is survived by her binge eaters went from dining and
Harwell and Grant William Residents enjoy personal care, spacious
service. She taught at Park husband of 61 years, Carl Ray binging an average of four snacks
Harwell. Also surviving are his apartments, restaurant-style dining,
View Elementary in Moores- Neal; son, Carl R. Neal Jr. and times a week to one after • Enriched activities
parents, Avery William Har-
ville and also taught in South wife, Sheila, of Charlotte; sis- they learned mindful-eating housekeeping, scheduled transportation, and social events
well and Betty Harwell of
Carolina prior to moving to ter, Ruby Glosson of Texas; techniques, Greeson said. and more. • Medication
Mooresville. She was a mem- and grandchildren, Katrina They were less depressed, management
ber of the Daughters of the Griffis Cauble and husband, The family will receive less anxious and had de- Call Karen and schedule your personal and assistance
American Revolution, Coloni- Andy, and Asher Griffis, all of friends from 6-8 p.m., Thurs- creased insulin resistance. tour today. • Housekeeping,
al Dames of America and Charlotte. day, June 5, at Cavin-Cook Fu- Insulin resistance is a pre- maintenance
Delta Kappa Gamma. She was Funeral services will be at neral Home, Mooresville. Fu- cursor to type-2 diabetes. (704) 799-2712 and laundry
also a very active member of held at 11 a.m. today, Wed- neral services will be 11 a.m. Maggie Dailey, an in-
Central United Methodist nesday, June 4, at First Pres- Friday, June 6, 2008, at the Ca- structor and the associate
Church, where she was active byterian Church, 249 W. Mc- vin-Cook Funeral Home director of the Women's
in all aspects of the church Lelland Ave., Mooresville with Chapel. Health Center of Excellence
and taught Sunday school for Dr. Clay Brown and Dr. Fred A. Flowers are welcome, and at Wake Forest University A Bell Senior Living Community
memorials may be made to
many years. Coates officiating. Burial will School of Medicine, teaches 128 Brawley School Road • Mooresville, NC 28117
In addition to her parents, take place on Wednesday at 4 the Gordon Hospice House, mindful eating during semi- License #H21-049-024
she was preceded in death by p.m. at Belews Creek United 2341 Simonton Rd., States-
a brother, George Long. Church of Christ, Belews ville, NC 28625.
Mrs. Culp is survived by her Creek, with the Rev. Larry Neal
husband, Rockwell McLelland officiating. Virginia Smith
Culp; son, Dr. John R. Culp of Memorials may be made
Sarasota, Fla.; grandchildren, to First Presbyterian Church,
Virginia Brackett Smith, 82,
Alex, Amanda and Laura Culp. 249 W. McLelland Avenue,
Mooresville, NC 28115. of Mooresville, died Sunday,
Funeral services will be at 2 June 1, 2008. Funeral service
p.m. on Thursday, June 5 at The Neal family is being
served by Cavin-Cook Funer- was held at 11 a.m. on Tues-
Central United Methodist
al Home in Mooresville. day, June 3 at the Cavin-Cook
Church with Rev. Phillip De-
Funeral Home Chapel in
Berry, Jr. officiating. The fami-
ly will receive friends follow- Martha Shoemaker
ing the service in the church
fellowship hall. Martha Rogers Shoemaker,
In lieu of flowers, memori- 81, of Mooresville, died Fri-
als may be made to Central day, May 30, 2008. Funeral
United Methodist Church, 214 service was held at 3 p.m. on
N. Academy Street, Moores- Sunday, June 1 at Broad Street
ville, NC 28115. United Methodist Church.
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