Shenethia Daniels

Shenethia Daniels, 40, of Greenville Was Pulled From the Neuse River on Monday

Police were called when Shenethia Daniels and Anthony Parker failed to return from a trip to New Bern. On Monday afternoon, Shenethia’s car and body were pulled from the Neuse River at Spring Garden Boat Ramp near Northwest Craven Middle School Road.

Early Life and Education

Shenethia Daniels, 40, from Greenville was found deceased and her car at Spring Garden Boat Ramp off Northwest Craven Middle School Road on Monday by Highway Patrol personnel who responded there and removed both items from the river.

Daniels joined the Watauga Club in 1885 and advocated popular education and the encouragement of industry. Like its other members, he distrusted “big business” such as tobacco trusts; instead, he supported free coinage of silver as well as state railroad commissions and antitrust legislation.

Politically, he battled against the Ku Klux Klan and supported Charles B. Aycock for governor, McAdoo in 1924 and Cordell Hull in 1928 when running for president as Democrats. Additionally, he served on The University of North Carolina Board of Trustees where he opposed any attempts to reduce state support to it.

Personal Life

Shenethia Daniels was born December 1st 1981 to Theodore and Shirley Jones Daniels of Ahoskie, North Carolina. She leaves to cherish her memories three daughters; Shadaisa Staton, Enora Jean-Baptist and Desiree Herring; one son Darius Daniels; her grandmother Bemadine Thorton, three brothers two sisters one nephew as well as several other relatives and friends. Shenethia took up line dancing quickly becoming popular. Additionally she became part of Greenville Community Chorus as well as teaching Sunday school class at her local church – She had long resided there!

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