Edward “Eddie” Sulc age 75, a resident of Washington, NC passed away Sunday, April 25, 2021 at his home surrounded by his family.
A funeral service will be held Thursday April 29, 2021 at 1:00pm at the chapel of Joseph B Paul Jr./Washington Funeral & Cremation, officiated by Craig Hearne. Burial will follow in the Davis Cemetery in Pantego, NC.
The family will receive friends Wednesday April 28, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:00pm at Joseph B Paul Jr./Washington Funeral & Cremation.
Eddie was born in Beaufort County on May 2, 1945, the son of the late Edward Sulc and Elizabeth Respess Sulc. On August 28, 1965 Eddie married the former Gloria Stotesberry his wife of fifty-five years who survives. Mr. Sulc served in the United States Army and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He had a passion for cars and in 1977 started Roanoke Motors Inc. in Plymouth, NC where he continued to operate it for next 45 years. Ed was a faithful Christian and devoted member of Croatan Church of Christ in New Bern NC. He loved golf , fishing, watching NASCAR and especially enjoyed taking his annual beach trip with his wife and four siblings. “Pop” as he was known to his five grandchildren never missed an opportunity to spend time with them whether it was a late night baseball game, softball game or dance recital, he was always their biggest fan.
Mr. Sulc is survived by his wife: Gloria Stotesberry Sulc of Washington, NC; a son: Doug Sulc and wife Kim of Washington, NC; a daughter: Sherry Langley and husband Casey of Chocowinity, NC; two brothers: Stanley Sulc and wife Becky of Douglasville, GA, Kevin Sulc and wife Lauri of Anderson, IN; two sisters: Lydia Owens and husband Julian of Lizton, IN, Verla Martin of Hopewell, VA; five grandchildren: Brandon Marshall Sulc and fiancée Cassie Doran, Kayley Dawn Sulc, Taylor Lynn Langley, Christopher Isaac Sulc and Logan McCoy Langley.
Joseph B Paul Jr./Washington Funeral & Cremation of Washington, NC are serving the Sulc family.
I am so saddened to see this. I came to know you both as your mail carrier for 23 years, and often had the opportunity to see one or both of you on my daily rounds. I even purchased one of my mail cars from Roanoke Motors. He was always so pleasant and friendly, and always spoke so fondly of his grandchildren; y’all stayed busy attending their many activities, and you could tell how proud he was of them all. Thinking of you and praying for you all.
Sincerely, Carol and John Hartman
We are praying for you all in my home, that our God of Grace and Peace will pour out his love and healing on you every day. I love each of you, and thank God for every memory of Eddie Sulc and his family.
We have the promise from our Blessed Hope Jesus, of seeing one another again.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I love you guys so much.