Sylvia Gail (Butler) Hayes

Sylvia Gail (Butler) Hayes
Sylvia Gail (Butler) Hayes

March 3, 1952 ~ September 7, 2021 (age 69)

Sylvia Gail Butler Hayes, age 69 of Chadbourn, passed away on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at her home. 

Gail was born on March 3, 1952 to Charles Thomas Butler and the late Sylvia Marqueen Todd Butler.  She was also preceded in death by her grandparents, Floyd and Elizabeth Bertrum Butler.

A graveside service will be held at 3:00 p.m. Thursday (September 9, 2021) at Chadbourn Memorial Cemetery with Reverend David Butler officiating. 

In addition to her father, she is survived by her husband, Shephard Keith Hayes of the home; two sons, Charles Shane Goins (Adrienne) of Cerro Gordo and Tommy Heath Goins (Deanna) of Whiteville; a step-daughter, Lynn Hayes of Chadbourn; siblings, Floyd T. Butler, Raymond Butler (Candace), Charles (Chuck) T. Butler, Jr. (Terrie Lynn) all of Chadbourn; two grandchildren, Hannah Grace Register and Chandler Shane Goins; four great-grandchildren, Camden Shane Goins, Easton J. Register, Lean Paige Goins and Kaylynn Cheyenne Register; step-grandchildren, Randall Keith Hardin (Abigail) and Kendall Tralin Carter; step-great-grandchildren, Harper Hardin. 

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