Flint King Obituary, Death – Dr. Bennie “Flint” King, a resident of Oak Island, North Carolina, passed away on Thursday, January 5, 2023 at the age of 55 at the New Hanover Regional Medical Center, which is located in New Hanover, North Carolina. Bennie Kelton King and Annette Duncan King welcomed their son into the world on May 30th, 1967 in Columbus County. He was born to his parents. His birth took place in the county of Columbus. They are the people that gave birth to him. Both North Carolina State University and the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine, which he had previously attended, have reason to be pleased to have him serve as a representative for their respective educational establishments. Since he began working there 27 years ago, he has spent the entirety of that time working at the Oak Island Animal Hospital. He spent a lot of time in the kitchen preparing wonderful meals for the individuals who were important to him, in addition to being an avid fisherman.
His wife, Traci Wall King, his parents, Bennie Kelton King and Annette Duncan King, both of Ash, his brother, Harry King, also of Ash, his sister, Daphne King Mintz and her husband, Tommy, both of Ash, his niece, LeAnna Mintz, also of Ash, his nephews, Matthew Mintz of Greenville, South Carolina, and Jonathan Mintz of Ash, and his cousin, Scott Smith all survive him. He was married to Traci Wall King. His parents and brother and These people were all brought into the world in the city of Ash.
On Sunday, January 8, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., the memorial service will be held in the chapel of the Peacock Funeral Home. There has been no decision made regarding the timing or date of the memorial service. The Reverend Sterling Sarvis is going to preside over the ceremony and perform the duties associated with that role. David Eagle, Dr. Kevin Jones, Dr. Ron Harris, and Dr. Howard Chappell are going to be the ones to carry the casket during the funeral service. They will also serve as pallbearers. Drs. Scott Chandler, Brian Killough, and Ron Harris will also serve in this role going forward. The Reverends Bill Rabon, Jim Rabon, and Nicole Jones will serve as honorary pallbearers at the funeral services.
One hour prior to the beginning of the service that is going to be held, the viewing will get began and begin in earnest.