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Louis resham

Louis P. Gresham
CONCORD ó Louis Gresham, 54, of Concord, died Sunday, Jan. 13, 2008.
Born Nov 10, 1953, in Jacksonville, Mr. Gresham was a son of the late James “Jimmy” Gresham and Virginia Gresham McInnis and was the stepson of Duncan McInnis. He worked 20 years for Mineral Research.
He was preceded in death by a son, Joshua Gresham.
Survivors include wife Tonya Smith Gresham; daughters Bobbie Jo Isenhour of Salisbury and Jennifer Gresham of China Grove; sons James Gresham of Mount Pleasant, Jonathan Gresham and Michael Gresham, both of Harrisburg, Louis Ray Gresham of Mount Pleasant and stepson Cory A. Smith; sisters Annie Rice and Barbara Marquez, both of China Grove; brothers Junior East and Joseph Gresham, both of Kannapolis, and William Blake of Candor; and one grandson.
A funeral service was held Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008, at Bogers Chapel United Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Roxanna Almond.
Memorials:Treasure of Tammy Beaver, 901 Running Brook Road, Midland, NC 28107.
Online condolences may be left at www.wilkinson funeralhome.com.

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