Born: Tuesday Nov 21, 1961

Died: Tuesday Jul 27, 2021


Sandra "Lou Lou" Jefferson Duncan

November 21, 1961 - July 27, 2021

Sandra “Lou Lou” Jefferson Duncan, 59, of Stoneville, entered into the presence of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Tuesday morning, July 27, 2021.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

Lou Lou was born November 21, 1961 in Reidsville, N.C. to the late Charles Douglas Jefferson and Sarah Odell Thacker. She worked many years in the textile industry and also as a CNA at the Brian Center in Eden. She was a very good cook and enjoyed cooking for her family. Lou Lou was a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother and sister.

She is survived be her husband, Clayton and her children, Cynthia “Denise” White and her husband Joey; Melinda “Mindy” Collins and husband Joey; Jamie Lee Duncan and fiancé Lacey Hand. She is also survived by her grandchildren Vivian, Joey, Cheyenne, Logan, Maddie Grace, Noah and Mercedez. Also surviving are her sisters, Teresa Jefferson Hawkins and her husband Mike and Debbie Leffew,  brothers, Ricky Jefferson, Rocky Petty and wife Vicky, and Jim Strickland; mother in law, Sadie Duncan; brother in law, Jimmy Duncan and sister in law Lynn Smith and husband Tommy. She is also survived by her dear friend, Chuck Fair. 

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her step mother, Bernice Parks Jefferson; brother, Charles “Randy’ Jefferson and father in law, Andy Duncan.

Online condolences may be made at www.fairfuneralhome.com



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She was a hand working lady. I worked with her and her sister-in-law for year are Eden Yarns and her at Frontier. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family.
William Sims

Teresa and family, I am saddened to learn of Lou Lou’s passing. May God hold you close in the coming days, surrounding you with the comfort and peace of His love.
Vicky Bray

My heart is broken over the loss of my sweet sister LouLou. She was not only my sister but my dearest friend. We could talk for hours and never run out of things to say. She always wanted to be the one in the background, there to support everyone else and putting he needs of others ahead of her own. Even though she suffered with great pain, she didn't complain and always sounded upbeat...she didn't want anyone to worry about her. We laughed and cried together and shared so many memories that I will forever cherish. I was blessed to have Lou as my sister and friend and I am thankful that I will get to be with her again some day. As the song says "Earth's Loss is Heavens's gain." Thanks for all the prayers for my family. Teresa
Teresa Hawkins

Rocky - so sorry to hear of your sister's passing. Please know that you and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ron & Lisa Shively Harbour

Oh how I loved Lou Lou. Although we were friends for many years, I haven't skoken to her for a number of years. But I have thought of her often and remembered the good times we shared. This really hurts my heart. She will always be remembered and bring a smile to my face. I never saw her without a smile on hers. Love to the family.
Bonnie Tuggle Ziglar

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My favorite things I loved about momma is that no matter what she was doing she always made time for her family. She told a lot of stories about growing up and about her kids and grandbabies but one story I remember was for as long as I could remember her and my dad called me bird. So one day I asked her way bird? And she said daddy had said when I was born my lips where so small and from then on he called bird because I had a bird mouth. But much like my papa she too gave nicknames Denise was niecy. I was bird. Jamie was doodle bug. I know how much momma loved us all and I will cherish all of our phone conversations and all the times we spent together. Everytime we would end a phone conversation I would say I love you momma I'll ttyl and she would say I love you more and then I'd say I don't know about that momma. I know now I'll never hear that again. This is truly the hardest thing I've had to go through to say goodbye.
Mindy Collins

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