Bruce Elliston was the first faculty member at Mountain Area Health Education Center in Asheville, a center that has helped train countless health professionals in the mountains.
A crowdfunding campaign has been established to create the Lloyd Johnson Memorial Scholarship.
Rosalind "Roz" A. Marlowe, known as the food co-op "medicine women," treated her customers with equal doses of herbal remedies and love.
A memorial service at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville is set for 3 p.m. on Jan. 30.
Granny, an Ingles employee since 1966, touched many with her kindness and sense of humor.
Key made her mark across the Tar Heel state, but most notably in Western North Carolina, where she championed health care and children's causes.
Avery was a pillar in the Asheville community for more than half a century.
Nesbitt's funeral is set for Tuesday at Biltmore Baptist Church.
The Lantzius name has been synonymous with Lexington Avenue, Asheville's most eclectic street, for decades.
Earlier this year, Asheville bartenders raised money for Crosby, a well-known mixologist at The Junction.
Bell was co-owner of Main Auto Parts and Bell Mini Storage.
Wright was a master baker, Lion's Club president, bible class teacher and a darn good professional boxer.
The legendary 104-year-old gospel singer died in Montreat.
Aimee Wallis Buchanan died of flu-related complications. She was 44.
William Winkenwerder, 90, and his family owned a number of motor courts, hotels and the beloved Wink's Drive-In.
A champion for chained dogs, Irwin founded a local organization that builds fences and houses for them.
From WLOS.com: Mrs. Frankie Crane Poteat, 75, of Old Fort, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2012 at her residence in Old Fort. Born on June 26, 1936 in McDowell County, she was the daughter of ...
Barbara Keleher, the first woman elected to Asheville City Council, died Jan. 13. She was 93. Keleher was elected to City Council in 1969. She was known for her community involvement, especially with the Asheville ...
Former Asheville Citizen-Times reporter Paul Clark has launched a new blog, Died and Yet…, that tracks obituaries of interesting people. Fascinating people die every day, some well-known, some not so known. People’s obituaries are ...