May 10, 2024
2 p.m. - 3 p.m.


May 10, 2024
3 p.m.


May 10, 2024

Naomi Johnson Sigmon, 92, of Morganton, NC, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 7, 2024.

Born in Burke County, NC on August 13, 1931, she was the daughter of the late Garland Johnson and Zena Young Johnson.

Naomi was a lifelong member of Burkemont Baptist Church. She was a life member of both the DAV and VFW. She was former state president of the VFW Auxiliary and one of the founders of DAV Chapter 43 Auxiliary. Naomi was an avid patriot and big supporter of our veterans and their rights. She was a proud volunteer for over 60 years at the VA Hospital and Gold Star Parent’s Banquets. Mrs. Sigmon enjoyed flowers, traveling, and the beach. She loved her family and friends very much.

Naomi is survived by her son, Dr. Robert W. Miller; grandson, Robert W. Miller, Jr.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Naomi was preceded in death by her husband, Fredrick Sigmon; brothers, Paul, James, and Manuel Johnson; and sister, Ruth J. Whisnant.

The family will receive friends from 2 to 3 p.m., Friday, May 10, 2024 at Burkemont Baptist Church. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. in the church with Rev. Dr. Eddy Bunton officiating. Burial will follow in Burke Memorial Park.

Sossoman Funeral Home and Crematory Center is assisting the family with the arrangements.

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Naomi you were a dear friend. We are saddened that we did not have the opportunity to say it's not goodbye but we will see you on the other side of the Jordan. We have so many wonderful memories of trips and times together with you and Margaret were awesome, from Reno to San Francisco, shopping and so much fun. We looked everywhere trying to find you for a long time. Rest on high Naomi you will always be remembered. God Bless

—Penny and James Cacoulidis

She was very well loved and always in our hearts loved her very much she was a great mentor 💖

—Jackie and shorty Thompson
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Aunt Naomi was a special person. She had a heart of gold and now she's walking on the golden pathway . I have wonderful memories of her as a child, she was there always to support us, spent many hours with her when Uncle Bobby was in the service, My sympathy and love to the family

—Betty Miller Wilfong

Aunt Naomi was so good to us as we grew up. All sadness is gone as we know her heavenly home was prepared for her. No more suffering no more pain.

—Patsy Miller Bumgarner
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To my great aunt....thanks for the memories from childhood through my adult years. I'll miss you...Rest in peace... Brenda Whisenant

—Brenda Whisenant

Thoughts and prayers for you in this difficult time Robert. I know myself how hard it is to lose Mom. It's got to be the the hardest loss for a person. You're a strong person and the sadness will lessen with time. Cherish the fond memories and feel blessed that you will have those forever.

—Greg "Stretch" Gerdes
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Sending heartfelt condolenses and prayers to the family of this lovely lady...

—Carmen Lavender
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Mom, I know you are at peace and that the suffering from the dementia is over. My heart is shattered, but will be okay. Love you for eternity. Your son

—Dr Robert Miller