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    Wednesday, May 30, 2001 The Charleston Post & Courier Obits Summary Charleston County ABELON, Frank Scott, 35, of Charleston, an account executive with
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      Wednesday, May 30, 2001
      The Charleston Post & Courier
      Obits Summary

      Charleston County
      ABELON, Frank Scott, 35, of Charleston, an account executive
      with Household Finance, died Sunday. Arrangements by Carolina
      Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
      BARNARD, Lois Webber, 76, of Charleston, died May 17.
      Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
      BEAGLE, Doris Helen, 79, of Mount Pleasant, a retired elementary
      school teacher and wife of Donald K. Beagle, died Tuesday.
      Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
      BENTON, William Edward, 58, of Wadmalaw Island, a retired
      manager with Johns Island Beverage and husband of Carolyn Benton,
      died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel of
      Charleston.
      CARNAHAN, Vern Jr., of Mount Pleasant, a Naval Intelligence
      agent and husband of Gertrude Browning Carnahan, died Monday.
      Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
      CAULDER, Richard Jr., of North Charleston, infant son of Richard
      E. Caulder and Lisa Byas Caulder, died Tuesday. Arrangements by
      Harleston-Boags Funeral Home of Charleston.
      GATHERS, Juanita Faye, 64, of North Charleston, a retired
      licensed practical nurse, first married to the late Samuel J. Johnson
      and widow of Julius Gathers, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr's
      Greenridge Road Chapel.
      KINARD, Fredrick William, 94, of Charleston, a retired dean with
      the Medical University of South Carolina and husband of Betty
      Brundage Kinard, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.
      LA ROCHE, Clifford, of Johns Island, husband of Mary C. La
      Roche, died Monday. Arrangements by Fielding Funeral Home of
      Charleston.
      SCHWARTZ, Milton, 86, of Charleston, retired co-owner of
      Reliable Decorators and widower of Rose Kaplan Schwartz, died
      Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.
      SWEET, Norma G., 70, of Charleston died Sunday. Arrangements by
      Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.

      Berkeley County
      HOLT, Joyce Paulette, 43, of Hanahan died Sunday. Arrangements
      by Thompson Funeral Home of Orangeburg.
      MARTIN, Annie D. Driggers, 84, of Bonneau, a retired relief
      operator with American Tobacco Co., died Tuesday. Arrangements by
      Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.

      Colleton County
      GIVENS, Dorothy, 51, of Yemassee died Monday. Arrangements by
      Young Funeral Home.
      HARBISTON, Gus, 77, of Cottageville, a retired route salesman
      with Derst Baking Co., died Tuesday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons
      Funeral Home of Walterboro.

      Dorchester County
      MIXSON, David Isaiah Solomon, 49, of Summerville died Thursday.
      Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.

      Georgetown County
      LESTER, Phyllis Ann, 61, of Georgetown, a homemaker, died
      Saturday. Arrangements by McKenzie Funeral Home.

      Elsewhere
      ABLE, Gene, 60, of Ridgeland, a journalist and author, died
      Monday. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home.
      BIBBINS, Lillian Marie Anne, 86, of Beaufort, a retired employee
      with Weyman & Co. of Atlanta, died Thursday. Arrangements by Anderson
      Funeral Home.
      COLLINS, Robert Lee, 56, of Atlantic Beach, Fla., and formerly
      of Charleston, husband of Gwendolyn Collins, died Saturday.
      Arrangements by Ministry of Rivers Funeral Home of Goose Creek, S.C.
      DOCTOR, Joe B., 62, of Eutawville died Tuesday. Arrangements by
      Eutawville Community Funeral Home.
      JAMES, Kathleen Smoak, 89, of Kingstree, a retired elementary
      school teacher and widow of the Rev. James E. James, died Tuesday.
      Arrangements by Williamsburg Funeral Home.
      KELLER, Mary Sue Hanks, 47, of Manning, wife of George A.
      Keller, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home.
      LORENZ, Tessa Marie, 11, of Manning, daughter of Timothy J.
      Lorenz and Lisa Hillock Lorenz, died Friday. Arrangements by Stephens
      Funeral Home.
      MERRICK, R. Ryan, 23, of Bluffton, an Army first lieutenant,
      died Monday. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home of Ridgeland.
      PARKER, Henry Jr., 25, of St. Mary's, Ga., died Tuesday.
      Arrangements by Young Funeral Home of Yemassee, S.C.
      PROSSER, Willis Anderson Jr., 32, of Pamplico, an employee with
      Stone Container Co., died Thursday. Arrangements by Brockington
      Funeral Home of Lake City.

      Obits Detail

      ANCRUM, Catherine
      The relatives and friends of Mrs. Catherine William Ancrum are
      invited to attend her funeral service, 1 p.m., Thursday, May 31,
      2001, at St. Mary AME Church, 735 Bear Swamp Road, Johns Island. Rev.
      Spavarie Taylor, pastor. Interment will follow at Lowndes Cemetery.
      Friends may visit Wednesday, 3 to 8 p.m., at the Hollywood Chapel.
      Mrs. Ancrum is survived by her sons and daughters, Gloria Fowler,
      George Ancrum (Lucille), Ethel Young (James), Melvin Ancrum (Carrie),
      Alvin Ancrum (Cindy), Willie Mae Gadsden (Carl), Angela Brockington
      (Henry), and Betty Goodwine (Chester); 20 grandchildren; 20 great
      grandchildren; sisters and brothers-in-law; nieces, nephews, cousins
      and friends. Funeral arrangements by DOROTHY'S HOME FOR FUNERALS.

      BEAGLE, Doris
      Doris Helen (Bryan) Beagle, 79, a retired elementary school teacher,
      of Mt. Pleasant, died Tuesday, May 29, 2001. The family will receive
      friends Thursday afternoon from 5:00 until 7:00 pm at J. HENRY STUHR,
      INC. MT. PLEASANTCHAPEL. A native of Jackson, Michigan, she was the
      daughter of Robert and Gertrude Switzer Bryan. She retired from
      Jackson Public Schools as a first grade teacher. She is survived by
      her husband of 51 years, Donald K. Beagle, her son, Donald R.Beagle
      of Charlotte, NC, her daughter, Beverly E. Myers of Savannah, GA and
      five grandchildren.

      CLARK, Susan
      The relatives and friends of Susan Richards "Sue" Clark are invited
      to attend her Funeral Service at 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, May 30, 2001
      at James Island Baptist Church. Burial will be at Holy Cross
      Cemetery. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to a
      charity of one's choice. Arrangements by JAMES A. MCALISTER FUNERAL
      HOME, 1620 SAVANNAH WYW. 766-1365.

      BAKER, William
      The relatives and friends are invited to Mr. and Mrs. William Furman
      Baker, are invited to attend his funeral service at 10:30 AM Thursday
      May 31, 2001 in the JAMES A. MCALISTER CHAPEL, 1620 SAVANNAH HWY.
      Burial will be in Live Oak Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the
      funeral home, Wednesday, May 30, 2001, from 6 to 8 p.m. Flowers will
      be accepted or memorials may be made to St. John's United Methodist
      Church, P.O. Box 441, John's Island, S.C. 29457. Arrangements by
      JAMES A. MCALISTER, INC. 766-1365.

      WILEY, Dan
      The relatives and friends of Mr. Dan Alonzo Wiley are invited to
      attend his funeral service in Memorial Baptist Church, 153 Alexander
      St. Interment in Samaritan Cemetery, Bennettspoint, S.C. Friends may
      visit Wednesday, 3 to 5 p.m., at the funeral home, and 6 to 8 p.m. at
      the church. The family hour will be 7 to 8 p.m. Mr. Wiley is survived
      by his daughters and son, Mrs. Henrietta Blanding, Mrs. Mary Holland,
      Mr. Major Wiley and Mrs. Matilda Franks; 11 grandchildren; 21 great
      grandchildren; nine great-great grandchildren; nieces, nephews,
      cousins and friends. Funeral arrangements by DOROTHY'S HOME FOR
      FUNERALS.

      KINARD, Fredrick
      Dr. Fredrick W. Kinard of Charleston died on Monday, May 28, 2001. He
      was born on October 14, 1906, in Leesville, S.C., the son of Jacob
      William Kinard and Annie Elizabeth Schroder. The relatives and
      friends of Dr. and Mrs. Fredrick W. Kinard are invited to attend the
      funeral services of the former in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church,
      Thursday, May 31, 2001, at 10:30 o'clock. Interment, Wittenburg
      Lutheran Churchyard, Leesville, S.C., at 3 o'clock. Friends may call
      at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, Wednesday evening between 5
      and 7 o'clock. He received his B.S. degree from Clemson College
      (University), his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of
      Virginia, and his M.D. degree from the University of Tennessee.
      Additional study was also completed at the University of Chicago and
      the University of Michigan. From 1927 until his retirement in 1977,
      he was associated with the Medical College (University) of South
      Carolina. He became a member of the faculty of the Department of
      Physiology after completion of his graduate work, rose through the
      academic ranks to appointment as Professor in 1953 and served as
      acting director of the Department from 1968 to 1970. In collaboration
      with other scientists, he published more than 50 scientific papers in
      his field of research. In 1949, he was appointed chairman of the
      Graduate Committee, which developed the programs leading to the
      awarding of master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees. In
      this position, he played a pivotal role in the Medical College of
      South Carolina's movement toward its present university status and
      its development into a strong biomedical research institution. When
      the institution established its fifth college, the College of
      Graduate Studies, in 1965, Dr. Kinard was appointed as the first
      dean, a position which he held until his retirement in 1977. At that
      time, Dr. Kinard was awarded the MUSC Alumni Association's
      Distinguished Faculty Award and in 1991, he was selected as the first
      honorary alumnus of the College of Graduate Studies by its college
      alumni association. In 1997, Dr. Kinard received the Medical
      University of South Carolina's Distinguished Faculty Service Award,
      and the Board of Trustees of the Medical University granted him the
      honorary degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa, at its
      commencement exercises on May 21, 1999. Also in 1997, Dr. and Mrs.
      Kinard established the Fredrick William Kinard Endowed Scholarship to
      recognize an outstanding research student each year. In addition, the
      Graduate Studies Alumni Association created the Kinard-Gadsden Award,
      which is awarded annually to a top winner of the MUSC Student
      Research Day Competitions, in his honor. He also received the
      Outstanding Non-Alumnus Award from Newberry College for Service to
      Church and Community and Newberry College in 1988 and the Outstanding
      Educators of America Recognition of Contribution to Advancement of
      Higher Education and Service to Community in 1975. Dr. Kinard was a
      Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and
      a number of other scientific societies, including the American
      Physiology Society and the Medical Society of South Carolina. He was
      also a member of the Alpha Chapter of South Carolina of the Alpha
      Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society for more than 54 years, served as
      president of the South Carolina Academy of Science from 1942 to 1946,
      and was a member of Sigma Xi Rho Chi, and Phi Kappa Phi honor
      societies. He was a member of the St. Matthew's Lutheran Church and
      served as the vice president of the church council and as district
      vice president and president of the Lutheran Church Men. He also
      served a number of terms on the National Board of College Education
      and Church Vocations. He was a member of the Charleston Elks Lodge
      242, Charleston Rifle Club, and the Charleston Yacht Club. Dr. Kinard
      is survived by his wife, Betty B. Kinard of Charleston; his daughter,
      Anne K. Davenport and her husband, T. Ed Davenport of Rocky Mount,
      N.C.; his son, Fredrick W. Kinard, Jr., of Charleston; his step-
      daughter, Jeanne B. Schantz of Charleston and his step-son, David E.
      Brundage of Bluffton, S.C.; his granddaughters, Alison G. Davenport,
      Laura A. Kirkpatrick, and Anna K. Davenport, and two great-
      grandchildren. He was predeceased by two wives, Lina Barr Kinard and
      Ruth Z. Buhler Kinard. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to
      the Fredrick William Kinard Scholarship, MUSC Health Sciences
      Foundation, 18 Bee St., P.O. Box 250450, Charleston, S.C. 29425, or
      St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 405 King St., Charleston, S.C. 29403.

      KINARD, M.D. Ph.D Frederick William
      CHARLESTON RIFLE CLUB: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are invited to attend
      the funeral services of our late member, Dr. Frederick William
      Kinard, in St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Thursday, May 31, 2001 at
      10:30 o'clock. By Order Of: Ed Amerman, President Dr. Walter West,
      Secretary

      KINARD, Dr. Frederick
      CHARLESTON LODGE NO.242, B.P.O. ELKS: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are
      invited to attend the funeral services of our late member, Dr.
      Frederick William Kinard, Thursday, May 31, 2001 at Ten Thirty in St.
      Matthew's Lutheran Church. By Order Of: Leroy R. Baker, Sr., Exalted
      Ruler Horace E. Miller, Jr., Secretary

      BEARD, Kelly
      YORK RITE BODIES: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are invited to attend the
      funeral services for our late member, Kelly A. Beard, at CAROLINA
      MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, this Wednesday, May 30, 2001, at 11 a.m. Henry
      E. Bailey, Secretary- Recorder

      LA ROCHE, SR., Clifford
      Entered into eternal rest on May 28, 2001, Mr. Clifford (Nilt) La
      Roche, Sr., Beloved husband of Mrs. Mary C. La Roche, father of Mr.
      Clifford Alton La Roche, Jr. (Alice), Mr. Wilbur Bernard La Roche
      (Easter), Mrs. Patricia La Roche Mack (Sandy), brother of Mrs.
      Hortense Rivers and Mr. Bruce La Roche (Minnie). Late residence, 2479
      River Road, Johns Island, S.C. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR
      FUNERALS, 722-3348 or 1-800-290-5954. Funeral notice later.

      CAULDER, JR., Richard
      Entered into eternal rest on the morning of Tuesday, May 29, 2001,
      Little Angel Richard E. Caulder, Jr. Residence, 8339 Coventry Court,
      North Charleston, S.C. He is the beloved son of Mr. Richard E.
      Caulder, Sr., and Mrs. Lisa Byas Caulder and beloved brother of
      Little Miss Elon Caulder and beloved grandson of Mr. Delton and Mrs.
      Luethel Byas and Mr. Duval and Mrs. Mary Gregory and Mr. Joe Louis
      Frasier. Funeral notice later. Arrangements by HARLESTON-BOAGS
      FUNERAL HOME, INC., 121 Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C. (Downtown)
      Phone 723-3066.

      MAXWELL, Nathan
      Nathan Maxwell of Charleston entered into eternal rest on Friday, May
      25, at a local hospital. Born in Dale, S.C., to the late Robert and
      Virginia Bailey Maxwell. He was the beloved husband of Martha
      Maxwell. Mr. Maxwell was a member of Mt. Carmel United Methodist
      Church where he had served on the Administrative Board and had served
      as a Deacon of the church. He is survived by his wife of the home,
      two sons, Nathaniel Maxwell of Charleston, Earl Maxwell of
      Summerville, five daughters, Virginia Ivery, Lynette Harris, Gloria
      Loney, all of Charleston, Ernestine Manigault of San Antonio, Texas,
      and Anna Maxwell of Houston, Texas, two brothers, Frank Maxwell of
      Dale, S.C., Eddie Maxwell of Miami, Fla., one sister, Mary Green of
      Dale, S.C. Mr. Maxwell was also survived by 12 grandchildren and one
      great grandchild. The family will receive friends Wednesday, May 30,
      from 7 to 8 p.m., at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church. Funeral
      services will be Thursday, May 31, at 1 p.m., at Mt. Carmel United
      Methodist Church, burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Mr.
      Maxwell will lie in state in the church one hour prior to the
      service. CREMATION CENTER OF CHARLESTON, 11 Cunnington Ave., is
      serving the Maxwell Family. 722-2555.

      JAMES, Kathleen
      Kathleen Smoak James, 89, widow of Rev. James E. James, died Tuesday
      in a Georgetown hospital. Mrs. James was born in Charleston County, a
      daughter of the late Joseph William Smoak and Lilly Chaplin Smoak.
      She was a graduate of Mars Hill Junior College, College of Charleston
      and received her Masters degree at Appalachian State University. Mrs.
      James retired after 27 years of teaching elementary school. She was a
      member of Kingstree First Baptist Church, where she sang in the choir
      for many years, and was a past president of the Kingstree Music Club.
      She was a former member of Citadel Square Baptist Church and its
      choir, a former associate Training Union Director of the Charleston
      Baptist Association and was a former State President of the Business
      Women's W.M.U. Surviving are, her daughter, Eva J. (Gene) Black of
      Kingstree, one granddaughter, Angela M. Hancock of Surfside Beach,
      two great granddaughters, Margaret Elizabeth Hancock and Emily
      Kathleen Hancock, both of Surfside, a brother, Joseph Arnold Smoak of
      San Antonio, Texas, a sister, Jerri S. Wilson of Deland, Fla. Funeral
      services will be 3 p.m., Thursday, in the Kingstree First Baptist
      Church, with burial in Kingstree Memorial Gardens, directed by
      WILLIAMSBURG FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive friends from 6 to
      8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

      SWEET, Norma
      Entered into eternal rest on the morning of May 27, 2001, Norma G.
      Sweet, residence, Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends are
      invited to attend her Memorial Services, Thursday, May 31, 2001, at
      7:30 p.m. in St. Luke's Chapel MUSC. Ms. Sweet was born March 10,
      1931, in Attleboro, Mass., to the late John Sigfried and Edna Peck
      Sigfried. She is survived by two daughters, Doreen M. Donovan of
      James Island, S.C., and Debra Ann Bacur of Warwick, Rhode Island, and
      one grandson, Robert Ricci of James Island, S.C. Memorials may be
      made to the Charleston Chapter of the American Heart Association, 215
      East Bay St., Suite 204, Charleston, S.C. 29401. Arrangements by J.
      HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

      GATHERS, Juanita
      Juanita Faye Gathers, 64, a retired Licensed Practical Nurse, of
      North Charleston, died Sunday, May 27, 2001. The memorial service
      will be 2:00 o'clock Friday, June 1, 2001 at St. Peters AME Church,
      4650 Sanders Ave. North Charleston with the Rev. Levern Stevenson
      officiating. Inurnment will be private. Arrangements by J. HENRY
      STUHR, INC. GREENRIDGE RD. CHAPEL. Mrs. Gathers was born in Brooklyn,
      NY on February 24, 1937. She was the only child of Bernice and
      William Wiggins. Juanita was educated in Kings County Schools. In
      1953, she married Samuel James Johnson Sr. From this union was born
      five children. Juanita moved to Charleston in 1979. After her
      marriage to Julius Gathers, who preceded her in death, she worked as
      a LPN and retired from White Oak Manor in 1999. Preceding Juanita in
      death were two of her children, Samuel James Johnson, Jr. and Carol
      Ann Johnson. Juanita leaves to mourn her four daughters, Yolanda
      (Lawrence) Morrison of N. Charleston, Barbara McCain and Bernice
      Albert, both of Brooklyn, NY, Juanita Johnson of Lakehurst, NJ and
      her son, Norman Carter of Columbia, SC. She is also survived by
      thirteen grandchildren, Shakisha (Shun)Redmond, Maurice Simmons,
      Carla Simmons, Dewayne Johnson, Monique Johnson, Shakeem McCain,
      Iyesha McCain, Atiya McCain, Ronald Albert, Jr.,Trina (Charles)
      Anderson, Erica Burke, LeMeik Johnson,Angeleek Johnson and four great-
      grandchildren, Timothy Myers, Shun Redmond, Jr., BrisaFraizer and
      Charles Anderson, Jr. In addition, she is survived by a host of
      cousins, aunts,uncles, and friends. Memorials are suggested to
      National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina, PO Box 212634,
      Columbia, SC 29221-2634.

      BEARD, Kelly
      OMAR TEMPLE: A.A.O.N.M.S. ATTENTION NOBLES: You are invited to attend
      the funeral services for our late Noble, Kelly Alden Beard, at
      CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME on Wednesday, May 30, 2001, at 11 a.m.
      By order of: James W. Bethea, Potentate Verle I. Bohrn, Recorder,
      P.P.

      CARTER, Mary
      GEORGETOWN - Mary Folger Carter, 80, died Monday, May 28, 2001, at
      her residence. Mrs. Carter was born in Lumberton, N.C., on May 20,
      1921, a daughter of the late Milton Nathaniel Folger and Ethel Higby
      Folger. She was a graduate of Flora Macdonald College in Red Springs,
      N.C., and was teaching at McDonald Elementary School, when she
      retired. Mrs. Carter was a member of Duncan Memorial United Methodist
      Church, the Susanna Wesley Church School Class, and the Bishop
      Tarboux Circle of the United Methodist Women. She was also a member
      of the Retired Teachers Association. Mrs. Carter was the widow of
      A.B. Carter, who died in 1999. Surviving are, a son, Dr. James F.
      Carter of Mt. Pleasant; a daughter, Lynn C. Gibson of Columbia; and
      five grandchildren; Kyle Authier Gibson and Cade Carter Gibson, both
      of Columbia, and Jared Cook Carter, Chad Michael Folger Carter, and
      Todd Joseph Carter, all of Mt. Pleasant. Funeral services will be 1
      o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, May 30, 2001, in Duncan Memorial United
      Methodist Church. Officiating will be the Rev. Phillip C. Thrailkill
      and the Rev. James B. Carter, Jr. Burial will follow in Pennyroyal
      Memorial Gardens under the direction of the Georgetown Chapel of
      MAYER FUNERAL HOME. The family suggests memorials to Tara Hall, P.O.
      Box 955, Georgetown, S.C. 29442.

      SCOTT, Charles
      Entered into eternal rest on Saturday, May 26, 2001 in Augusta, GA.,
      Mr. Charles S.(Buster) Scott, widower of Mrs. Eliza W. Scott, beloved
      father of Messieurs John Henry Scott Joe James Scott, Robert V. Scott
      and of Madams Marianna Scott Jones and Rachael Scott Walker, step-
      father, Rev. JamesWitherspoon, brother ofMessieurs Henry Graham Scott
      and Lisbon Scott and of Madams Phyllis Scott Pinckney, Mazzie Scott
      Edward, Lillie Scott Brown, Rosanna Scott McKnight, Thomasina Scott
      Hankerinson, Ida Scott and Alice Scott Robinson. Late residence, No.1
      Carter's Place. Funeral notice later. Arrangements by SUBURBAN
      FUNERAL HOME, INC.

      CARNAHAN, JR., Vern
      Entered into eternal rest on Memorial Day in to the arms of Jesus,
      Vern Carnahan, Jr., 76, husband of Gertrude "Trudy" Browning Carnahan
      of Mt. Pleasant, S.C. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Vern
      Carnahan, Jr., are invited to attend the funeral services of the
      former, Thursday, May 31, 2001, in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT
      PLEASANT CHAPEL, at 11 o'clock. Interment will follow in Mount
      Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at Stuhr's Mount Pleasant
      Chapel, Wednesday evening, from 6 until 8 o'clock. Mr. Carnahan was
      born in Lincoln, Ill., a son of Vern and Maude Thomas Carnahan. He
      attended the University of Illinois and graduated from Washington
      State University where he excelled in football. He was a life member
      of the Elks Club in Kodiak, Alaska, a member of the VFW Post 10624,
      Mt. Pleasant, S.C., and the Charleston Rifle Club. He was an Agent
      with the Office of Naval Intelligence and a World War II veteran of
      the U.S. Navy. Mr. Carnahan was a member of East Cooper Baptist
      Church. He was the loving husband of Gertrude "Trudy" Browning
      Carnahan of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., the loving father of one son, Q.D.
      Fulmer of Charleston, S.C., and one daughter, Salette Fulmer of
      Bluffton, S.C., and loving grandfather of two granddaughters, Kelsey
      Browning Fulmer of Charleston, S.C., and Iris Rebecca Isabelle Stapen
      of Bluffton, S.C.

      BENTON, William E.
      FIDELITY LODGE NO.304 A.F.M.: A special communication will be held at
      the Fidelity Lodge, Thursday afternoon, May 31, 2001 at 1:45 for the
      purpose of paying the last tribute of respect to our late brother,
      William Edward Benton. Masonic Services will be held at Riverview
      Memorial Park. By Order Of: Charles Lauder, W.M. Calvin Shuler,
      Secretary

      MARTIN, Annie
      Annie Drawdy Driggers Martin, 84, of Bonneau, S.C., a retired relief
      operator at the American Tobacco Co., died Tuesday at her residence.
      The funeral will be at 1 p.m., Friday, in the St. John's Church of
      God of Prophecy. Interment will be in Ridge Baptist Church Cemetery.
      Friends may call at DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER, from 6
      p.m. until 8 p.m., Thursday, May 31, 2001. Mrs. Martin was born
      December 11, 1916, in Hampton, S.C., a daughter of Laurie W. Drawdy
      and Susie Lane Drawdy. She is the widow of James D. Driggers and John
      Martin. She was a member of the Macedonia Church of God of Prophecy.
      She was predeceased by a daughter, Betty Ann Driggers Dennis.
      Surviving are, a daughter, Doris D. Montgomery of Bonneau; nine
      grandchildren, Sheron Shuler, Debra Shuler, Myra Gaskins, Tanya
      Stone, Misty Montgomery, Kevin Driggers, J.C. Worten, Christopher
      Worten, and Randy Clark; and 15 great grandchildren and nine great-
      great grandchildren.

      HOLT, Joyce
      HANAHAN - Joyce Paulette Holt, 43, died Sunday, May 27, 2001. Funeral
      services will be 3 p.m., Thursday, at First Baptist Church in Bowman
      with burial in Bowman Memorial Cemetery. Visitation will be 7 to 9
      p.m., Wednesday, at THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME, INC., in Orangeburg.
      Survivors are, one son, Paul Eric Holt of Bowman; two daughters,
      Rachel Denise Haddock of Walterboro; Rhonda Joyce Haddock of
      Charleston; her parents, Paul and Peggy Holt of Bowman; a sister,
      Carrie Holt-Stevenson of Orangeburg; two brothers, Tim E. Holt and
      Farrow E. Holt, both of Bowman; three nieces, Lindsay Reeves-Kuck of
      Orangeburg; Darlene Darnell of Bowman and Casey Hutto of Cordova;
      three nephews, Bryan Holt, Brandon Holt, and Brad Holt of Rosinville,
      S.C.; three great nieces, Allison Kuck; Jessica Darnell and Cherokee
      Holt; one great nephew, Austin Kuck. Memorials may be made to the
      American Cancer Society, Orangeburg Unit, P.O. Box K, Aiken, S.C.
      29802.

      BROOKS, Marie
      The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Brooks are invited
      to attend the funeral services of the latter in Messiah Lutheran
      Church this (Wednesday) morning at Eleven-thirty O'clock. Interment,
      Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
      GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be
      made to Messiah Lutheran Church, 1106 Yeamans Hall Road, Hanahan,
      S.C. 29406.

      BRANDT, Estelle Ann
      Savannah, Ga.-Estelle Ann Smith Brandt died May 23, after a brief
      illness. The widow of Dr. Henry Aimar Brandt, she was born in Chas.,
      SC., to Joseph and Estelle Landry Smith. She graduated from Bishop
      England High School, the College of Charleston, and the Medical
      University of South Carolina. She was employed by the Department of
      Hematology before retiring to raise her children. She is survived by
      her children: Henry A. Brandt, Jr. of Charleston, SC., Pamela Brandt
      of Atlanta, and Dr. Rosanne Brandt, Dr. Joe Ann Brandt, Amy Brandt
      Stewart, and Diane Brandt Brannen of Savannah and 9 grandchildren.
      Remembrances may be sent to Hospice Savannah, Inc., PO. Box 13190,
      Savannah, GA. 31416.

      SVENNINGSEN, Warren
      The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kenneth Svenningsen
      are invited to attend the funeral services of the former in J. HENRY
      STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, Wednesday, at 11 o'clock.Interment,
      Holy Cross Cemetery.

      BROWN, Alex
      Brown, Alex ``Buddy'' ofPineville, SC, a retired construction worker,
      died Sunday, May 27, 2001 at Lake Moultrie Nursing Home, St. Stephen,
      SC. The funeral will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2001 at 2:00 P.M.
      at Redeemer R.E. Church, Pineville, SC. Burial, directed by SCOTT'S
      MORTUARY, will be in Good Shepherd R.E. Church Cemetery, Bonneau, SC.
      Survivors include his brother and sisters, Mr. Samuel Brown of New
      York, Ny, Mrs. Evelena B. Mitchell of Pineville, SC and Mrs.
      Celestine B. Hart of Los Angles, CA.

      ABLE, Gene
      Gene Able is a native of Ridgeland, S.C., where he was born on June
      9, 1940, and where he attended school and graduated from Ridgeland
      High School in 1958. He was the son of the late Jack L. Able and
      Lillie M. Collins Roberts. After high school he enlisted in the U.S.
      Army, took basic training at Fort Jackson near Columbia, S.C., and
      was then posted to Fort Slocum, N.Y., to attend the U.S. Armed Forces
      Information School, where, among other things, he studied journalism.
      While in the Army, he served at Fort Sam Houston near San Antonio,
      Texas, and the 6432nd Supply Depot in Ingrandes, France. He graduated
      cum laude from the University of South Carolina with majors in
      English and journalism and a minor in religion. He received his
      masters in journalism at Winthrop College, S.C. He has been a
      journalist for more than 30 years with stints at several newspapers.
      He was the first managing editor of The Island Packet on Hilton Head
      Island, editor and publisher of The Lowcountry Sentinel and served
      for 13 years in the capacities of sports writer, outdoors editor,
      feature writer and columnist with The State newspaper in Columbia;
      editor and general manager of The Independent News in Irmo, S.C., and
      he was presently a reporter for the Coastal Observer in Pawley's
      Island, S.C. He was co-author of Paddling South Carolina; author of
      Exploring South Carolina; short story published in New Stories From
      The South - "Marrying Aunt Sadie"; and chief writer and editor of
      Irmo and The Dutch Fork Legacy. He is survived by his daughter,
      Michelle Able of Barnwell, S.C.; and three sisters, Priscilla B.
      Lyons of Yemassee, S.C., Jackie Able of West Columbia, S.C., and
      Nickolas A. Withrow of Irmo, S.C. Funeral services will be held at 3
      p.m., Thursday, in the Sauls Funeral Home Chapel in Ridgeland, S.C.,
      with burial in the Ebenezer Cemetery in Yemassee, S.C. Visitation
      will be from 6 until 8 p.m., Wednesday evening at the funeral home.
      Memorials may be sent to Hospice of Georgetown County, 2591 N. Fraser
      St., Georgetown, S.C. 29440, or the American Cancer Society, Jasper
      County, Rt. 3, Box 20-D, Ridgeland, S.C. 29936. SAULS FUNERAL HOME of
      Ridgeland, S.C., in charge of arrangements.

      GAMBLE, SR., Thomas
      Funeral services for Mr. Thomas Gamble, Sr., will be held on Friday,
      June 1, 2001, at 3 o'clock at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church,
      Old Gapway Road, Salters, S.C. The interment following in the White
      Oak Cemetery, White Oak Road, Cades, S.C. Mr. Gamble, age 80, died
      Saturday, May 26, 2001, at his residence, after an illness. Mr.
      Thomas Gamble, Sr., affectionately called "Fish" by his friends in
      Pennsylvania, and "Gam" by his friends in South Carolina, was the
      second of eight children born to the late Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Eula
      Fulton Gamble. He was born February 14, 1921, in Williamsburg County.
      Three sisters and two brothers preceded him in death. He attended the
      public schools of Williamsburg County. At an early age, he accepted
      Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and became a member of Saint Mary
      United Methodist Church. He later became a member of Bethlehem
      Missionary Baptist Church. In 1945, Mr. Thomas Gamble, Sr., was
      united in holy matrimony to his childhood sweetheart, the former Miss
      Beatrice Tisdale. This union was blessed with four children. Two
      sons, namely Mr. Thomas Gamble, Jr., and Melvin Gamble, preceded him
      in death. He leaves to cherish his precious memory, his loving wife,
      Mrs. Beatrice T. Gamble of the home; two devoted daughters, Mrs.
      Betty Lou (Earl) Hall of Columbia, S.C., and Mrs. Odessa (Mommado)
      Kah of Japan; two caring sisters, Mrs. Martha (Willie) Cunningham of
      Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Flossie (Albert) Humphrey of Columbia,
      S.C.; two special nieces, Mrs. Mary An (Alex) Grant of Georgetown,
      S.C., and Mrs. Elizabeth (Harry) Porchea of Nesmith, S.C.; ten
      admiring grandchildren; five adoring great grandchildren; a host of
      additional nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Family
      members are receiving friends at the home, Route 1, Box 330 -
      Fernbrooke Drive, Cades, S.C. REDMOND-RICHARDSON OF KINGSTREE, S.C.,
      in charge of arrangements.

      NOE, James
      Entered into eternal rest the afternoon of May 28, 2001, James C.
      Noe, widower of Mary Hester Noe. Residence, North Charleston, South
      Carolina. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his graveside
      funeral services in Woodlawn Memorial Park, Greenville, SC, Friday,
      June 1, 2001 at eleven o'clock. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR,
      INC., NORTH AREA CHAPEL, 2119 Dorchester Road this Wednesday evening
      from six until eight o'clock. Born July 29, 1924 in Greenville, South
      Carolina, Mr. Noe was the son of the late H.B. Noe and Grace Jones
      Noe. He was a member of Dorchester Waylyn Baptist Church and a
      veteran of the US Army Air Corps during World War II. Mr. Noe was
      retired Civilian Personal Director at the Charleston AFB and also
      worked at the Mills House Hotel in Charleston. He graduated from
      Greenville High School and attended Wofford College and was member of
      the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, the American Legion, Post
      #179 and the Mariner No.2 formerly Strict Observance NO.73. Surviving
      Mr. Noe are a son, James Bradley Noe of St. Augustine, Florida; a
      daughter, Debra N. Dangerfield of North Charleston and a
      granddaughter, Ashley Leigh Dangerfield of North Charleston. In lieu
      of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice of Charleston, 3896 Leeds
      Avenue, N. Charleston, SC 29405.

      BENTON, William E.
      OMAR TEMPLE: A.A.O.N.M.S. ATTENTION NOBLES: You are invited to attend
      the funeral services for our late member, William Edward Benton, in
      J. HENRY STUHR, INC. WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Thursday afternoon May 31,
      2001 at Three O'clock. By order of: James W. Bethea, Jr., Potentate
      Verle I. Bohrn, Recorder, P.P.

      BENTON, William E.
      ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are
      invited to attend the funeral services of our late member, William
      Edward Benton, in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Thursday
      afternoon, May 31, 2001 at three o'clock. By Order Of: Richard A.
      Wooden, Secretary

      COLLINS, SR., Robert
      Entered into eternal rest on Saturday, May 26, 2001, Mr. Robert Lee
      Collins, Sr., 56, of Atlantic Beach, Fla., formerly of Charleston,
      S.C., and a graduate of Burke High School, Class of 1960. His Home-
      Going Services will be held on Friday, June 1, 2001, in New
      Friendship Baptist Church at 12 noon, located at 28 Dudley St.,
      Atlantic Beach, Fla. Rev. Marvin Nash, Pastor. Interment, Beaches
      Memorial Gardens. He leaves to cherish his memories his beloved wife,
      Gwendolyn, a loving daughter. Sherry Collins Washington (Tony) of
      Goose Creek, S.C., sons, Robert L. Collins, Jr., of Charleston, S.C,
      Ervin Vernard Collins (Miriam), and Javon Philander Collins; two step-
      sons, two step-daughters, brothers, Edward and James Collins of
      Charleston, S.C., one sister, Ethel Collins of New York, N.Y., aunt
      Evelyn Brown of Johns Island, S.C., Uncle Kitt Bishop of Charleston,
      S.C., many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. In lieu of
      flowers, donations may be made to Helping Hand Ministry of Friendship
      Baptist Church, 28 Dudley Street, Atlantic Beach, Fla. 32233, or
      Community of Hospice of NE FL Inc., 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
      Fla. 32257. Arrangements by Hardage Giddens Funeral Home of
      Jacksonville, Fla. Phone 904-249-2374. THE MINISTRY OF RIVERS FUNERAL
      HOME of Goose Creek in charge locally. Phone 843-824-9990.

      BARNARD, Lois
      Lois Webber Barnard, 76, of Charleston, died May 17, 2001 in a
      Charleston Nursing Facility. Born in Danville, Virginia, she was the
      daughter of Horace Blake Lewis Webber andAugusta Lee Webber.
      Mrs.Barnard was a baptist. Survivors include a son, Charles A. Cook
      of Brooksville, Florida; sisters, Irene W.Holliday of Charleston,
      Barbara F. Lougee of Columbia andBonnie Lee McAffee of San Francisco,
      California. Services and burial were private. Memorial contributions
      may be made to the American Cancer Society 5900 Core Road Suite 504
      North Charleston, S.C. 29406. Arrangements by CAROLINA MEMORIAL
      FUNERAL HOME 7113 Rivers Avenue North Charleston, S.C.

      ABELON, Frank
      Frank Scott Abelon, 35, of Charleston, an Account Executive with
      Household Finance, died Sunday in a Charleston Hospital. Funeral
      Services will be held at 3:00 P.M. Thursday in CAROLINA MEMORIAL
      FUNERAL HOME. Burial will follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens. Born
      in Dunoon, Scotland, he was the son of Calixto N. Abelon and Pacita
      Camarillo Abelon. Mr. Abelon was a graduate of Bishop England High
      School and the College of Charleston. He was a member of Alpha Tau
      Omega Fraternity at the College of Charleston. Mr. Abelon was
      Catholic. Survivors include sisters, Charito A. Womersley and Susan
      Tant both of North Charleston; brothers, Alex C. Abelon of Biloxi,
      Mississippi and Major George A. Abelon of Demoins, Iowa and a number
      of Nieces and Nephews. The family will receive friends from 7:00 P.M.
      to 9:00 P.M. Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at Carolina Memorial Funeral
      Home with a Rosary Service at 8:00 P.M. Flowers are accepted or
      Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association
      215 East Bay Street Suite 204 Charleston, S.C. 29401. Arrangements by
      CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 7113 Rivers Avenue North Charleston,
      S.C.

      LESTER, Phyllis
      GEORGETOWN - Phyllis Ann Lester, 61, of 2715 South Island Road, died
      Saturday, May 26, 2001, at the Winyah Convalescent Center. Funeral
      service will be 2 p.m., Saturday, June 2, 2001, at the First Church
      of the Brethren in Newburn, Va. Burial directed by the GEORGETOWN
      CHAPEL OF MCKENZIE FUNERAL HOME, will be private. Mrs. Lestern was
      born May 22, 1940, in Dickerson County, Va., a daughter of the Joseph
      Wayne Swindall and Zella G. Beverly Swindall. She was educated in the
      Dickerson County School District, a homemaker and was of the
      Methodist faith. Surviving are, two daughters, Diana L. Lester of
      Georgetown; and Jessica L. Lestern of Chandler, Ariz.; two sisters,
      Marlene Parks of Floyd County, Va.; and Hazel Irene Sisk of Pulask
      County, Va.; two grandchildren, Rodney Flinchum and Rebecca Flinchum,
      both of Georgetown. Memorials may be made to the Huntington Disease
      Society of America, 158 West 29th St., 7th Floor, New York, N.Y.
      10001-5300.

      RATHSAM, Dorcuis
      Entered into eternal rest on the morning of May 28, 2001, Dorcuis L.
      Rathsam, widow of Frederick J. Rathsam. Residence, Charleston, S.C.
      Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral services in
      J. HENRY STUHR, INC., NORTH AREA CHAPEL, Thursday, May 31, 2001, at 1
      o'clock. Entombment will follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends
      may call at Stuhr's North Area Chapel, 2119 Dorchester Road, this
      Wednesday evening from 6 until 8 o'clock. Born May 11, 1911, in
      Mitchell County, Ga., Mrs. Rathsam was the daughter of the late Levi
      Franklin Lodge and Mary Jane Williams Rathsam. She was Presbyterian
      and a homemaker. Surviving Mrs. Rathsam are a son, Charles Franklin
      Williamson of Palm Bay, Fla.; a daughter, Wanda W. Myers of Key
      Largo, Fla.; a sister, Bernice L. Beachnut of Columbus, Ga.; six
      grandchildren and four great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers,
      memorials may be made to the American Lung Association of S.C.,
      Coastal Branch, 1941 Savage Road, Suite 200-A, Charleston, S.C.
      29407.

      NOE, James
      MARINER NO. 2: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are invited to attend the
      graveside funeral service of our late member, James C. Noe, formerly
      of Strict Observance No. 73, in Woodlawn Memorial Park, Greenville,
      S.C., Friday, June 1, 2001, at 11 o'clock. By order of: Wallace F.
      Kuhner, W.M. Patrick C. Squires, Secretary

      BENTON, William
      Entered into eternal rest on the morning of May 29, 2001, William
      Edward Benton, husband of Carolyn "Lyn" Brandt Benton. Residence,
      Wadmalwaw Island, S.C. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
      William Benton are invited to attend the funeral services of the
      former in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Thursday
      afternoon, May 31, 2001, at 3 o'clock. Interment, Riverview Memorial
      Park. Friends may call at J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., West Ashley Chapel,
      Wednesday from 5 until 8 o'clock. Mr. Benton was born in Charleston,
      S.C., the son of Thomas Edward Benton and Grace Daley Benton
      Whitfield. He was the retired manager of Johns Island Beverage. He
      was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. He was a member of Fidelity
      Lodge #304, the Scottish Rite, and the Omar Shrine. He graduated from
      the High School of Charleston. Surviving are his wife, Lyn Benton of
      Wadmalaw Island, S.C.; his mother, Grace Whitfield of Charleston; one
      daughter, Melissa Catherine Benton of Wadmalaw Island, S.C.; one
      sister, Joann E. Correll of Columbia, S.C.; two half-sisters. Flowers
      will be accepted or memorials may be made to the American Cancer
      Society, Charleston County Unit, 267 Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C.
      29401.

      WARD, Ingraham
      The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ingraham Chase Ward are
      invited to attend the funeral services of the former, Wednesday, May
      30, 2001, in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL, at 11
      o'clock. Interment, Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens. In lieu of
      flowers, memorials may be made to the S.C. Lung Association, 1941
      Savage Road, Suite 200-A, Charleston, S.C. 29407, or the American
      Cancer Society, 5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston, S.C., or
      the American Heart Association, 215 East Bay St., Charleston, S.C.
      29401.

      JARIDAU, Esther
      The relatives and friends of Mrs. Queen Esther Jaridau, those of her
      son, Mr. Samuel Edward Jaridau, Sr., and daughter-in-law, Mrs.
      Vermell Jaridau are invited to attend her funeral services Thursday,
      May 31, 2001, 12 noon, at Jerusalem Baptist Church, Rutledge Ave.,
      and Maverick St., Charleston, S.C. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME
      FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348 or 1-800-290-5954. The family will be
      receiving friends at the church on Wednesday, from 7 to 8 p.m.
      Remains to the church, 11 a.m., Thursday. The family is asking that
      in lieu of flowers, please make donations to Jerusalem Baptist
      Church, 684 Rutledge Ave., and Palmetto Health Hospice, P.O. Box
      50820, Summerville, S.C. 29485. Interment, Wood Foot Cemetery,
      Neyles, S.C.

      MERRICK, Richard
      First Lt. Richard (Ryan) Merrick, Bluffton, S.C., 23, died Monday,
      May 28, 2001, in Hilton Head, S.C., in a car accident. He was born
      June 16, 1977, in Savannah, Ga., the son of Charles Edwin Merrick,
      Bluffton, S.C., and Diane Sinclair Merrick, Bluffton, S.C. He was
      enlisted in the U.S. Army as a First Lieutenant and stationed at Fort
      Bragg, N.C. He was a member of the Church of the Cross, Bluffton,
      S.C., and a member of the Youth Group at Bluffton United Methodist
      Church. He was active in sports, including football and wrestling. He
      was a 1997 honor graduate of Hilton Head High School and graduated in
      1999 with a business degree from Presbyterian College. He was
      commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army following
      graduation. Survivors include, father, Charles Edwin Merrick,
      Bluffton, S.C.; mother, Diane Sinclair Merrick, Bluffton, S.C.; one
      brother, Charles Edwin Merrick, III, Bluffton, S.C.; one sister,
      Christine Gahn, Grand Canyon, Colo.; paternal grandmother, Mary O.
      Merrick Keister, Bluffton, S.C.; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
      Raymond Sinclair, Concord, N.C.; 15 aunts and uncles and 19 first
      cousins. Funeral services will be at Saint Gregory the Great, 333
      Fording Island Road, Bluffton, S.C. Funeral Liturgy will be
      celebrated at 11 a.m., Thursday, May 31, 2001. Burial in Pinckney
      Family Cemetery, Bluffton, S.C. Visitation will be from 6 until 8
      p.m., Wednesday, May 30, 2001, with a wake at 7 p.m., Saint Gregory
      the Great, Bluffton, S.C. Memorials may be sent to Phi Kappa Epsom at
      Presbyterian College, 403 S. Adair St., Clinton, S.C. 29325.

      DANIELS, Jean
      PAWLEY'S ISLAND - Jean Fore Daniels, 52, died Monday, May 28, 2001,
      in a Georgetown hospital. Mrs. Daniels was born in Kingstree on
      October 22, 1948, a daughter of Charles H. Fore, Sr., and the late
      Margaret Benton Fore. She graduated from high school in Vicksburg,
      Miss., and lived most of her life in Georgetown. Mrs. Daniels was a
      member of Screven Baptist Church. Surviving are, her husband, James
      C. "Chip" Daniels of Pawley's Island; three sons, Charles Jackson
      Green, Sr., of Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas,
      Christopher Michael Green of Baton Rouge, La., and James Garland
      Daniels, II, of Pawley's Island; her father and step-mother, Princess
      Y. Fore, both of Georgetown; a brother, Charles H. Fore, Jr., of
      Georgetown; a sister, Terry Fore Lambert of Charlotte, N.C.; a step-
      brother, James Luther Harris, III, of Georgetown; a step-sister,
      Tammy Lynn Vaught of Aynor; three grandchildren; and several nephews
      and nieces. Funeral services will be Thursday afternoon, May 31,
      2001, at 1 o'clock in Screven Baptist Church. Officiating will be the
      Rev. R. Wayne Ellis and the Rev. Tracy D. Gooding. Burial will follow
      in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens under the direction of the Georgetown
      Chapel of MAYER FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive friends at the
      funeral home from 6 until 8 p.m., Wednesday evening, May 30, 2001.
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        Wednesday, June 6, 2001
        Obits Summary – The Charleston Post & Courier
        Compiled by The Post and Courier staff

        CHARLESTON COUNTY
        LEWIS, Sidney, of Ladson, husband of Lorena Lewis, died Monday.
        Arrangements by Glover Funeral Home of Summerville.
        MORRIS, Marion Lee, 80, of Mount Pleasant died Monday.
        Arrangements by McAlister-Smith Funeral Home.
        PETERS, Richard D., 62, of Mount Pleasant died Tuesday.
        Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
        PRIOLEAU, Allen, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by
        Fielding Funeral Home.
        RHODES, Doris R., 80, of James Island, widow of Theodore Rhodes,
        died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.
        SEABROOK, Sadie G., of Charleston, wife of Joseph Seabrook, died
        Tuesday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Funeral Home.
        SMALL, Raymond Randolph, 60, of Charleston, a self-employed
        welder, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel.

        BERKELEY COUNTY
        MATHIS, Marvin, 74, of Hanahan, a retired supply department
        supervisor with Polaris Missile Facility Atlantic and husband of
        Virginia Brown Mathis, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's
        Greenridge Road Chapel of North Charleston.

        COLLETON COUNTY
        LANGDALE, Randall, of Walterboro died Tuesday. Arrangements by
        Herndon and Sons Funeral Home.
        MANIGO, Herbert, of Walterboro died Sunday. Arrangements by Mungo
        Funeral Home.

        DORCHESTER COUNTY
        GOODWIN, Carrie E., 63, of St. George died Thursday.
        Arrangements by Owens Funeral Home of Branchville.
        RHEM, Abram, of Summerville, husband of Frona Rhem, died Tuesday.
        Arrangements by Glover Funeral Home.

        ELSEWHERE
        BURGESS, Christopher C., 93, of Sumter, an AME pastor, radio
        evangelist, widower of Connie L. Johnson Burgess and husband of Agnes
        H.W. Burgess, died Monday. Arrangements by Palmer Memorial Chapel.
        CLARK, Robert D., 46, of Newton, Kan., husband of Elizabeth
        Browder Clark, died Thursday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral
        Home of Moncks Corner, S.C.
        FLYNT, Hamilton, 84, of Sumrall, Miss., a retired construction
        supervisor with Mobile Gas Co. and husband of Christine J. Rockco
        Flynt, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel
        of North Charleston, S.C.
        LITTLE, Ester Mole, of Hampton died Tuesday. Arrangements by
        Riley Funeral Home.
        LUNDE, Oswald Weeks, 87, of Bluffton, a retired Air Force
        colonel and husband of Anne Lunde, died Friday. Arrangements by
        Anderson Funeral Home of Beaufort.
        MARTIN, Earl Battiste, 83, of Lake City, a farmer and widower of
        Nellie M. Staggers Martin, died Saturday. Arrangements by Samuels and
        Richardson Funeral Home.
        MIMS, Sutie Carter, 89, of Orangeburg, a homemaker and widow of
        Alfred F. Mims, died Monday. Arrangements by Dukes-Harley Funeral
        Home.
        MORT, Robert Eugene, 74, of Beaufort, a retired gunnery sergeant
        with the Marine Corps, a retired employee with Prudential Insurance
        Co. and husband of Audrey J. McGuire Mort, died Tuesday. Arrangements
        by Anderson Funeral Home.
        PARKS, Claud Charles, 68, of Jacksonville, N.C., husband of Dora
        Ann Harris Parks, died Monday. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home.
        PRICE, George, 76, of Orangeburg died Monday. Arrangements by
        Thompson Funeral Home.
        STEWART, Ivy Franklin, 74, of Ocala, Fla., a retired U.S.
        customs inspector and husband of Bettie Lou Stewart, died Monday.
        Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel of Charleston.
        WALTERS, Glondell Malphrus, 70, of Ridgeland, a retired clerk-
        treasurer with the town of Ridgeland and wife of Joseph C. Walters
        III, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home.

        Obits Detail

        WHIPPLE, David
        Funeral services for Master Chief Petty Officer David Weldon Whipple,
        (U.S. Navy Ret.) will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday (today) in
        CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME with full military honors. Mr. Whipple
        was a construction representative with the Naval Facilities
        Engineering Command Southern Division. He died Sunday in a North
        Charleston hospital. Mr. Whipple is also survived by his mother, Ruth
        Emma Willer Whipple Pretasky of LaCrosse, Wisc.

        STEVESON, Cecil
        Cecil (Steve) WilliamSteveson, 66, of North Charleston died Monday,
        June 4, 2001 at a local hospital. Born April 5, 1935 in Peoria,
        Illinois, he was the son of Cecil Norman andJunaita Mae Pankey
        Steveson. Mr. Steveson retired from the US Navy as Master Chief
        Master of Arms after 33 years of service having served in both the
        Korean War and the Vietnam War. He worked security at the Naval
        Weapons Station and later owned and operated a trucking company. Mr.
        Steveson was a member of the VFW Post 5091 and a member of the Fleet
        Reserve Association Branch 269. He is survived by his wifeMabel
        Steveson, twin sons: Cecil K. Steveson of North Charleston, and
        Kenneth C. Steveson of Riverview, FL; two daughtersWanita C. Law and
        Cathy M. Brown, both of North Charleston; brother, Larry Steveson of
        Pocahontas, Arkansas; ten grandchildren: Tore Pinna of North
        Charleston, Robert Steveson and Nicole Steveson, both of Texas, Paul
        Brown and Taylor Brown, both of North Charleston,Adrian Moore of
        Cottageville, Tony Wall and BraedenSteveson, both of North
        Charleston, Michael Araujo and Jennifer Young, both of Riverview,
        FL.; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services with military
        honors will be held 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 6, 2001 in the chapel of
        McALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 100 S. Goose Creek Blvd. (Hwy 52),
        Goose Creek and cremation will follow. After the funeral a reception
        will be held at Glad Tidings Assembly of God, 5667 Dorchester Road,
        N. Charleston. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the
        American Lung Association, 1941 Savage Road, N. Charleston, SC 29407.

        SEABROOK, Sadie
        Entered into eternal rest on June 5, 2001, Mrs. Sadie G. Seabrook,
        beloved wife of Joseph Seabrook, Sr.; mother of Agnes S. Mathis of
        Charleston, S.C., Joseph Seabrook, Jr. (Karen), of San Antonio,
        Texas, Irvin B. Seabrook (Annabell), Leon N. Seabrook, both of
        Charleston, S.C., Ruby R. Mims (Benny) of Raleigh, N.C., Rebecca Ann
        Brown (Allen) of Washington, D.C., Melvin K. Seabrook of Charleston,
        S.C., Joyce Doby (William) of Columbia, S.C., Oral V. Seabrook
        (Elaine) of Aiken, S.C., and the late Mildred L. Blake; sister of
        Joseph R. Grant of Boston, Mass. Friends may visit at 15 Heathwood
        Dr. (West Ashley). Funeral arrangements will be announced by
        DOROTHY'S HOME FOR FUNERALS.

        COLLIER, Laura
        Laura Mildred James Collier, 64, of Summerville, wife of Mr. Gene
        Glenn Collier, died Sunday at her residence. Funeral services will be
        held Thursday, June 7, 2001, at 3 o'clock in Metro North Church, 109
        Central Ave., Goose Creek. Burial will be in Carolina Memorial
        Gardens, North Charleston. Friends may call at JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL
        HOME, SUMMERVILLLE, from 6 until 8 o'clock this evening. Flowers will
        be accepted or memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society,
        5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston, S.C. 29406, or Hospice
        of Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., Charleston, S.C. 29405. Born on
        November 5, 1936, in Hagerstown, Maryland, a daughter of the late
        Albert Morgan James and Lois Mertis Rabun James. She attended schools
        of Richmond County, Ga. She was a homemaker. She was a member of
        First Advent Christian Church in Georgia. Surviving are, one son,
        Wayne Collier of Kingsland, Ga.; three daughters and sons-in-law, Dee
        and Andrew Jarrard of Lake City, Fla., Tonya and Joe Thomas of Goose
        Creek, S.C., Teresa and Jimmy Yergin of McClellanville, S.C.; nine
        grandchildren, Samantha Telken of Summerville, S.C., Christopher
        Jarrard of Lake City, Fla., Rachel Collier and Nicki Collier of
        Summerville, S.C., Tiffany Jarrard of Lake City, Fla., Rebekah Thomas
        and Ashton Thomas of Goose Creek, S.C., Sarah Yergin of
        McClellanville, S.C., Connor Jarrard of Lake City, Fla.; one great
        grandchild, Tristan Telken of Summerville, S.C.; three brothers,
        Francis "Eakes" James of Augusta, Ga., Charles Robert James of
        Hubert, N.C., Rev. Willard James of San Diego, Calif. Arrangements by
        JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST., SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

        STEVESON, Cecil
        Cecil (Steve) WilliamSteveson, 66, of North Charleston died Monday,
        June 4, 2001 at a local hospital. Born April 5, 1935 in Peoria,
        Illinois, he was the son of Cecil Norman andJunaita Mae Pankey
        Steveson. Mr. Steveson retired from the US Navy as Master Chief
        Master of Arms after 33 years of service having served in both the
        Korean War and the Vietnam War. He worked security at the Naval
        Weapons Station and later owned and operated a trucking company. Mr.
        Steveson was a member of the VFW Post 5091 and a member of the Fleet
        Reserve Association Branch 269. He is survived by his wifeMabel
        Steveson, twin sons: Cecil K. Steveson of North Charleston, and
        Kenneth C. Steveson of Riverview, FL; two daughtersWanita C. Law and
        Cathy M. Brown, both of North Charleston; brother, Larry Steveson of
        Pocahontas, Arkansas; ten grandchildren: Tore Pinna of North
        Charleston, Robert Steveson and Nicole Steveson, both of Texas, Paul
        Brown and Taylor Brown, both of North Charleston,Adrian Moore of
        Cottageville, Tony Wall and BraedenSteveson, both of North
        Charleston, Michael Araujo and Jennifer Young, both of Riverview,
        FL.; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services with military
        honors will be held Wednesday, June 6, 2001 in the chapel of
        McALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 100 S. Goose Creek Blvd. (Hwy 52),
        Goose Creek and cremation will follow. After the funeral a reception
        will be held at Glad Tidings Assembly of God, 5667 Dorchester Road,
        N. Charleston. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the
        American Lung Association, 1941 Savage Road, N. Charleston, SC 29407.

        BROWN, Helen
        The relatives and friends of Mrs. Helen Roper Brown, those of her
        husband, Mr. Sandy Brown, children, Delores Smith (Clarence), Cynthia
        Jones(Osmond), Lucretia Ramsey, Sammy Brown (D'Andrea), Leon Brown,
        Bernard Brown (Francis), Trent Brown (Valencia), Honorary daughter,
        Miranda Smith (James) and sisters and brothers, Leon Roper, Viola
        Washington, Victoria Brown, Donald Roper, Sammy Roper,
        FrancisReynolds, Elder Irmell Campbell are invited to attend her
        funeral services Thursday, June 7, 2001, at 1:P.M. at First Baptist
        Church, 1101 Camp Road, James Island, S.C. Friends may call at
        FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348 or 1-800-290-5954. Remains to
        the church on Wednesday at 6:P.M. The family will be receiving
        friends at the church on Wednesday from 7 to 8:P.M. Remains to the
        church at 12 Noon on Thursday. Interment: Stem Point Cemetery, James
        Island, S.C.

        PRICE, George
        ORANGEBURG - George Price, 76, died Monday. Funeral services will be
        4 p.m., Wednesday, at THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL in Orangeburg,
        with burial at Crestlawn Memorial Gardens in Orangeburg. Survivors
        include, one son, George Wayne Price of Orangeburg; two daughters,
        Susan Price Yoakum of Orangeburg, Cathy Price Seckinger of St.
        Matthews; seven grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and a
        number of nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to the Leukemia
        Society of America, S.C. Chapter, 1247 Lake Murray Blvd., Irmo, S.C.
        29063, or to Hospice of T.R.M.C., 1324 Hutto St., Orangeburg, S.C.
        29118.

        ENLOE, Clyde
        Funeral services for Clyde Stuart Enloe will be held at 3 p.m.,
        Wednesday (today) in Carolina Memorial Funeral Home. Burial will
        follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends
        from 1 p.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home.

        CLARK, Robert
        Robert D. Clark, 46, of Newton, Kans., died Thursday, May 31, 2001,
        at his residence. Funeral services and burial were private according
        to DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER. Mr. Clark was born
        January 24, 1955, in Moncks Corner, S.C., a son of Randolph Clark and
        Elizabeth Browder Clark. He married Cheryl Beckett, September 22,
        1995, in Wichita, Kans. Surviving are, his wife of Newton, Kans.; his
        mother of Moncks Corner; one daughter, Rachel Clark of Newton, Kans.;
        three sons, Randy Clark of Moncks Corner, S.C., and Sean Clark and
        Robert D. Clark, Jr., both of Newton, Kans.; one brother, Richard
        Clark of Moncks Corner, S.C.; and two grandchildren.

        SMALL, Raymond
        Entered into eternal rest on the morning of June 4, 2001, Raymond
        Randolph Small. A resident of Charleston, S.C. Funeral services and
        burial will be private. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST
        ASHLEY CHAPEL. Mr. Small was born in Horry County, S.C., a son of
        Joseph L. Small and Effie Jane Smalls Small. He was a self-employed
        welder and a Baptist. Surviving are a son, Robert Rodger Small of
        Charleston, S.C.; a daughter, Pamela Jean Small of Deltona, Fla.; six
        brother, Kenneth E. Small of Goose Creek, S.C., Ricky L. Small and
        Danny Ray Small, both of Johns Island, S.C., Michael D. Small and
        Joseph L. Small, both of Atlanta, Ga., Eldon L. Small of Woodstock,
        Ga.; three sisters, Wanda Branton of Summerville, S.C., Linda
        Thompson of Simpsonville, S.C., and Brenda Springer of Bluffton,
        Ind., and four grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be
        made to the American Cancer Society, Charleston County Unit, 267
        Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C. 29401.

        PRIOLEAU, Allen
        Entered into eternal rest on June 4, 2001, Mr. Allen Prioleau,
        beloved brother of Mr. Joseph Washington, Mrs. Althea Prioleau-Green
        (Arthur) and Ms. Gail L. Prioleau-Williams. Late residence, 2355
        Applebee Way, Charleston, S.C. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR
        FUNERALS, 722-3348, or 1-800-290-5954. Funeral notice later.

        PREACHER, Cora
        The relatives and friends of Mrs. Cora Lee Preacher, 91 years of age,
        of Moncks Corner, S.C., beloved mother of Francis Gibbs of Los
        Angeles, Calif., sister of Queenie Gibbs, of Moncks Corner, S.C.,
        aunt of Wash Gibbs, Jr., Dr. Rose Deloris Gibbs, Pearl Gibbs, and
        Jackie Gibbs Grimes, all of Moncks Corner, S.C., mother-in-law of Mt.
        Wilson Brown of Leabon, S.C., invite you to attend her funeral
        service set for Thursday, June 7, 2001, at 2 o'clock, p.m., at
        Nazareth Reformed Episcopal Church, Moncks Corner, S.C. Rev. Benjamin
        Milligan, Pastor. Interment in Nazareth Cemetery Pinopolis. The
        family will be receiving friends at the home of Ms. Pearl Gibbs, 1304
        Edward Dr., Moncks Corner. Family hour will be held at Nazareth
        Reformed Episcopal Church, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday evening.
        Friends may call TEW COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME OF MONCKS CORNER, S.C.,
        at (843) 761-3970.

        PARKS, Sr., Claud R.C.
        JACKSONVILLE, N.C- Claud Richard Charles ``Cisco'' Parks, Sr., 68,
        died June 4, 2001 atCraven Regional Medical Center in New Born.
        Funeral services will be held Friday, June 8, 2001 at 10 AM at Jones
        Funeral Home Chapel in Jacksonville. Burial will follow in Onslow
        Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Dora Ann Harris Parks of
        the home, three sons, Claud Richard Charles Parks, Jr. of Lillington,
        James David Parks of Sweetwater, Tn., and John Adam Parks of
        Jacksonville, two daughters, Beverly Ann Halley of Havelock and
        Michele DeNice Halley of Richards, a brother, Henry Parks of
        Springfield, Mo., two sisters, Betty Demster of Springfield, Mo., and
        Mary Osborn of Coos Bay, Or., thirteen grandchildren and one great-
        grandson. The Family will receive friends Thursday evening from 7 to
        9 PM at JONES FUNERAL HOME. Contributions may be made to the
        Shriner's Cripple Children's Fund, c/o Sundan Temple, P.O. 490, New
        Bern, NC 28560.

        GRAHAM, Lou
        The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Graham are
        invited to attend the funeral service of the latter, Wednesday, at 11
        o'clock, in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL. Memorials may be
        made to Hospice of Charleston, Inc., 3896 Leeds Ave., North
        Charleston, S.C. 29405.

        WEATHERS, Mathias
        The relatives and friends of Mr. Mathias J. Weathers are invited to
        attend his funeral services on Thursday, June 7, 2001, 2 p.m., at
        Central Baptist Church, 26 Radcliffe St., Charleston, S.C. Interment,
        Monrovia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C. Mr. Weathers is survived by his
        wife, Mrs. Theresa E. Weathers, his daughter, Mrs. Carolyn W. Edwards
        (Daniel), grandchildren, a special niece, Ms. Georgetta Weathers,
        nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Viewing for Mr.
        Weathers will be at the William M. Smith Memorial Chapel on
        Wednesday, June 6, 2001, from 2 to 8 p.m. The family will receive
        friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Arrangements by WM. M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME,
        INC. (843) 722-3676, 1-800-924-5659 or email memorial messages to
        wmsbmc2@....

        BROWN, Helen
        DAUGHTERS OF ELIJAH CHAPTER NO. 337, O.E.S.: OFFICERS AND MEMBERS:
        You are requested to assemble at First Baptist Church, Camp and Dills
        Bluff Roads, James Island, Wednesday, June 6, 2001, at 6:30 p.m. to
        pay our last Tribute of Respect to our deceased Sister Helen R.
        Brown. Sister Chapters are invited. By Order Of: Sherry W. Seymour,
        W.M. Hasco Seymour, Sr. W.P. Levola Whaley, Secty.

        WASHINGTON, Latrice
        The relatives and friends of Ms. Latrice ReneeWashington,those of her
        daughter, Little Miss TyeseWashington, parents, Mr. George E. and
        Mrs. Doris Washington, Jr., sister and brother, Ms. Kunya and Mr.
        Kerry Washington, maternal grandmother, Ms. Marie Davis, godmother,
        Mrs. JeanetteGartrell, aunts, uncles and a host of cousins are
        invited to attend her funeral services on Thursday, June 7, 2001,
        11:A.M. at Emanuel A.M.E. Church, 1057 5th Avenue, Charleston, SC.
        Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348 or 1-800-290-
        5954. Friends may view Ms. Washington at the Funeral Home on
        Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p.m. remains to the church 10 a.m., Thursday.
        Interment: Hill Zion Baptist Church, Holly Hill, S.C.

        SMITH, Herbert
        The relatives and friends of Mr. Herbert Leroy Smith, and those of
        his wife Mrs. Caroline R. Hemingway Smith, his children, Patrick,
        Renee andCharlton grandchildren, Kasaun, Germonta and Etienna, mother
        Ms. Lillian Smith, adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Lisa)
        Smalls, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Maebell) Robinson and Mrs.
        Victoria Simmons,sisters, Dorothy Patterson and Carolyn E. Smith,
        brothers,Daniel Smith and George Smith, nieces, nephews, aunt,
        uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends are invited to attend
        his funeral services Thursday, June 7, 2001, 2 PM at New Webster
        United Methodist Church, 4755 Bears Bluff Road, Wadmalaw Island, SC.
        Rev. TalmadgeStanton, Sr., Pastor, Rev. N. A. McClennon, Interim
        Pastor, officiating. Interment: Church Cemetery. Remains will lie in
        state at the church on Thursday from 1 PM until the time of service.
        Family and friends may call/visit Walker's Mortuary after 3 PM today
        (Wednesday). Arrangements by WALKER'S MORTUARY "Chapel of Peace" 3407
        Old Pond Road, John's Island, S.C. Phone 559-0341.

        FLYNT, Hamilton
        Entered into eternal rest on Saturday, June 2, 2001, Hamilton Flynt,
        husband of Christine Juanita Rockco Flynt. Residence of Sumrall,
        Miss. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Flynt are
        invited to attend the Graveside Funeral Service of the former in
        Carolina Memorial Gardens, Friday, June 8, 2001, at 2:30 o'clock.
        Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL. Mr.
        Flynt was born May 15, 1917, in Enis, Texas, the son of Joseph Flynt
        and Lena Claunch Flynt. He was a member of the First Baptist Church
        of Sumrall, Miss. He was a Veteran of World War II, United States
        Marine Corps, and a retired Construction Supervisor with Mobile Gas
        Company. He is survived by his wife of Sumrall, Miss.; one son, Reece
        H. Flynt, Sr., of Augusta, Ga.; two grandchildren and a great
        grandchild. He was predeceased by his first wife, Nettie L. Flynt.

        YATES, Rhunell
        Rhunell Dubois Yates, 84, of Charleston, S.C., widower of Joseph
        Yates, Sr., died Friday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services
        for Mrs. Yates will be held 1 p.m, Thursday, June 7, 2001, in
        Buckhead UM Church, 346 Smyly Road, Ruffin, S.C. Interment, Westview
        Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends, Wednesday, 7 to 8
        p.m., in St. Mary's AME Church, 735 Bear Swamp Road, Johns Island.
        Mrs. Yates is survived by four sons, Joseph, Jr., Jimmy, Frederick
        and Earl Yates, all of Charleston; three daughters, Janie Ruth
        Pinckney, Shirley Peterson and Patty Yates all of Charleston;
        daughters-in-law, Bondell, Patricia, Christine, and Sonya Yates of
        Charleston and Mamie Yates of White Plains, N.Y.; two sons-in-law,
        Thomas Peterson of Charelston, James Johnson, Jr., of Hollywood,
        S.C.; two brothers, Essau and Emannuel Dubois of White Plains, N.Y.;
        one sister, Elvie Yates of White Plains, N.Y.; five sisters-in-law,
        Pauline and Virginia Dubois, Chesalie Yates, Clara Yates, and Janie
        Yates; 19 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren, and a host of
        nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Arrangements by DOROTHY'S HOME
        FOR FUNERALS.

        STEWART, Ivy
        Entered into eternal rest on June 4, 2001, Ivy Franklin Steward,
        husband of Bettie Lou Stewart, residence, Ocala, Fla. The relatives
        and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Franklin Stewart are invited to
        attend the memorial services of the former at the graveside in Old
        St. Andrews Episcopal Churchyard, Friday, June 8, 2001, at 4 o'clock.
        He was born November 2, 1926, in Sanford, Fla., the son of James Ivy
        Stewart and Ruby Rivers Stewart. He was a retired U.S. Customs
        Inspector with the Federal Government and served wit the U.S. Army in
        W.W.II. He is a member of Old St. Andrews Episcopal Church. He was a
        member of the Ocala Shrine Club and the Union Kilwinning Masonic
        Lodge #4. He is survived by his wife, Bettie Lou Stewart of Ocala,
        Fla.; a son, John Isaac McCollum of Ocala, Fla.; thee daughters,
        Diane Tall of Jacksonville, Fla., Susie Stewart of Houston, Texas,
        Nancy Stewart of Charleston, S.C.; 12 grandchildren and four great
        grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Clara
        Atkinson Stewart and his son Michael Stewart. In lieu of flowers,
        memorials may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children,
        Greenville Unit, 950 West Faris Road, Greenville, S.C. 29605.
        Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

        GEARY, Leonard
        Leonard Legrand Smokey Geary, 49, of Blythe, Ca. died May 26, 2001.
        Memorial services will be held on Thursday, June 7, 2001 at 7:00pm at
        Crowfield Baptist Church in Goose Creek, 101 Hunter's Lane. Burial
        will be private. In lieu of flowers the family has request donations
        to be made to Crisis Ministry, P.O. Box 20038 Charleston, SC 29413.
        Mr. Geary was born January 9, 1952 in Charleston, SC. Son of the late
        Arnold & Frances Geary. He served in the U.S. Army from Jan. 1, 1969-
        June 19, 1972. He served in Vietnam. Survivors include his children
        Leonard Geary, Jr. of CA., Angel Reyes of Anderson, CA, Smokey-Dawn
        Geary of Upland, CA., sister Judy Emberson of Ludlow, Il., brothers
        Ricky Geary & Tony Geary of Goose Creek, 2 adopted sisters Danielle
        Whitaker of Keysville, Ga., Veronica Williams of Augusta, Ga.

        RHEM, Abram
        We sorrowfully regret to inform you that Mr. Abram Rhem enter into
        eternal rest on Tuesday morning June 5, 2001. Late residence 205
        Pinewood Drive Summerville, S.C. Husband of Mrs. Frona Rhem, father
        of Miss Karen Rhem, Mr. Gerald Rhem, Mr. Keith Rhem, step-father of
        Mr. Matthew White Jr. and Mrs. Michelle Wilson, brother of Mrs. Jean
        Wiggins, Mrs. Nellie Louise Boone and Mr. Geoarge Rhem Jr.
        Arrangements Entrusted to ALBERT A. GLOVER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 113
        Bryan St. Summerville, S.C. Phone843-871-1528 Fax: 843-832-9240.

        LEWIS, Sidney
        We sorrowfully regret to inform you that Mr. Sidney Lewis enter into
        eternal rest onMonday evening June 4, 2001. Late residence 134 Moses
        Ext. Ladson, S.C. Husband of Mrs. Lorena Lewis, father of Mrs.Janice
        Anderson, Mrs. Linda Heyward, Mrs. Cynthia Ross, Mrs. Roslyn
        Williams, Mr.Ronald Lewis, Mrs. Chris Eddy, Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs.
        Wanda Staley, Miss Sonya Lewis, brother of Mrs. Willie
        HarrietWilliams. Arrangements Entrusted to ALBERT A. GLOVER FUNERAL
        HOME, INC. 113 Bryan St. Summerville, S.C. Phone 843-871-1528 Fax:843-
        832-9240.

        HARRELSON, Jesse
        The relatives and friends of Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Harrelson of Harrelson
        Circle, Pineville, S.C., are invited to attend the funeral services
        for the former, 2:00 PM this Wednesday afternoon, June 6, 2001, in
        the Bell Isle Presbyterian Church, Pineville. Interment will be in
        the Church Cemetery. Directed by DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS
        CORNER.

        DROSE, SR., Charles
        The relatives and friends of Charles F. Drose, Sr., are invited to
        attend his funeral services, Wednesday, June 6, 2001, at the
        graveside, Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens, at 10 o'clock.
        Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL.

        EDMONDS, Elaine
        The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Julius T. Edmonds are
        invited to attend the graveside funeral services of the latter in
        Carolina Memorial Gardens, this Wednesday morning, June 6, 2001 at
        eleven o'clock. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., NORTH AREA
        CHAPEL.
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          Wednesday, June 13, 2001
          Obits Summary – The Charleston Post & Courier
          Compiled by The Post and Courier staff

          CHARLESTON COUNTY
          BERRYHILL, Elray Jackson, 75, of Charleston, a retired banking
          loan processor, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road
          Chapel of North Charleston.
          BUCHANAN, Carole Ann Michelson, 58, of Charleston, a bookkeeper
          and secretary with Commercial Data Systems and wife of Richard M.
          Buchanan, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel.
          HESS, Theodore Bush of Mount Pleasant, a Navy veteran of World
          War II, a former salesman with Sears, Roebuck and Co., a retired
          employee with Kmart and husband of Carolyn Albers Hess, died Tuesday.
          Arrangements by McAlister-Smith Funeral Home, Mount Pleasant Chapel.
          JENKINS, Lucille of Charleston, died Monday. Arrangements by
          Fielding Funeral Home.

          BERKELEY COUNTY
          FRANKLIN, James of Pineville, died Monday. Arrangements by Dial-
          Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
          HOOVER, Jason Lester, of Summerville, died Sunday. Arrangements
          by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
          KNIGHT, Lucy Louise Bowen, 60, of Goose Creek, a homemaker, died
          Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel of North
          Charleston.

          COLLETON COUNTY
          MURPHY, Alva F., 64, of Yemassee, died Tuesday. Arrangements by
          Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.

          DORCHESTER COUNTY
          LIVINGSTON, Frederick E. "Ted," 69, of Summerville, a retired
          rigger with Charleston Naval Weapons Station and husband of Myrtle M.
          Livingston, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home.

          ELSEWHERE
          ARDIS, Norman Gunter, 71, of Manning, an Army veteran of the
          Korean War, a retired contractor and husband of Margaret Alsbrook
          Ardis, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home.
          BARR, Derrick Latrell, 21, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and formerly of
          Kingstree, died Thursday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral
          Home of Kingstree.
          BURROWS, Walter, 55, of Kingstree, a former longshoreman in New
          York City and an employee with the Public Works Department of
          Kingstree, died Friday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral
          Home.
          HERRIOTT, Nathaniel, 54, of Sandy Island died Monday.
          Arrangements by McKnight-Fraser Funeral Home of Georgetown.
          HUNT, Marian Curtis Carter, 65, of Orangeburg, a retired branch
          manager with First Union Bank in Orangeburg, a former employee with
          the Orangeburg Welcoming Center and wife of Wilbur H. Hunt, died
          Tuesday. Arrangements by Dukes-Harley Funeral Home.
          LEWIS, Florene Davis, 81, of Abbeville, a retired employee with
          Abbeville Memorial Hospital, died Monday. Arrangements by Harris
          Funeral Home.
          MATTHEWS, Bobby, 71, of Scranton, a farmer and husband of Ruby
          Evans Matthews, died Monday. Arrangements by Brockington Funeral Home
          of Lake City.
          McELROY, Eugene, 76, of Kerrville, Texas, a retired staff
          sergeant with the Marine Corps, former employee with The Citadel and
          husband of Ruby J. McElroy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Grimes
          Funeral Home.
          McGEE, Beverly Canby, 77, of Columbia, died Monday. Arrangements
          by Dunbar Funeral Home.
          NESMITH, Henry, 52, of Hemingway, died Monday. Arrangements by
          Nesmith-Pinckney Funeral Home.
          SHEEHAN, Edna, 88, of Summerton, a retired model, a retired
          employee with New York Telephone Company and widow of Thomas
          Wadsworth, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home of
          Manning.

          Obits Detail

          MCELROY, Eugene
          SSgt Eugene McElroy, USMC (Ret), age 76, of Kerrville, Texas, passed
          away June 10, 2001, after a long battle with cancer. He was born July
          12, 1924, in Dover, Tenn., son of the late James Monroe and Anna
          Hogan McElroy. He grew up in Tennessee and entered the U.S. Marine
          Corps in 1943. He participated in the amphibious landings against the
          Japanese on the Marshall Islands, Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima during
          World War II; and also saw combat in Korea and Vietnam. After
          retiring from active military service in 1968, he was employed by the
          Citadel in Charleston, S.C., providing transportation services for
          the college's sports teams. He moved to Texas in the early 1980's and
          has been a resident of Kerrville for the past two years. He is
          survived by his wife of 18 years, Ruby J. McElroy of Kerrville,
          Texas; daughter, Phyllis Woodard of Arlington, Tenn.; son Phillip
          McElroy of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; son, George A. Denka of Blythewood,
          S.C.; son, Rick E. McElroy of Hilton Head, S.C., daughter Bernadette
          M. Knox of Niceville, Fla.; and daughter Lynnette C. McElroy of
          Greenville, S.C.; 11 grandchildren, David Woodard of Arlington,
          Tenn., Jeff Woodard of Arlington, Tenn., Stacy Holland of
          Murfreesboro, Tenn., Holly Hix of Tallahassee, Fla., Chris McElroy of
          Murfreesboro, Tenn., Alex Denka of Greenville, S.C., Ansley Rudd of
          Fayetteville, N.C., Ricky McElroy of Hilton Head, S.C., Riley McElroy
          of Hilton Head, S.C., Christopher Knox of Niceville, Fla., and Alexia
          Knox of Niceville, Fla.; and nine great grandchildren, Abigail,
          Maggie, Noah, and Gracie Woodard of Arlington, Tenn.; Chad Jackson,
          and Grant Holland of Murfreesboro, Tenn., Hayden and Hollis Rudd of
          Fayetteville, N.C. Graveside services with military honors will be at
          the Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas, at 1 p.m.,
          on Friday, June 15, 2001. The family requests that in lieu of
          flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. THE
          GRIMES FUNERAL CHAPELS is serving the McElroy Family.

          COTTINGHAM, Robert
          SUMMERVILLE - Robert Borie "Bo" Cottingham, 39, died Sunday, June 10,
          from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Funeral services
          will be held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, from Cox-Collins Funeral Home
          Chapel in Mullins, with Rev. Eddie Baker officiating. Burial will
          follow in Fork Baptist Church Cemetery. Mr. Cottingham was born
          January 10, 1962, in Orlando, Fla., a son of Robert Rogers (Joe)
          Cottingham and Frankie Ann Ard Cottingham. He was a machinist and was
          a member of the Baptist faith. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. Surviving
          are his parents of Lynchburg, Va.; his wife, Sharon Jackson
          Cottingham of Spout Springs, Va.; two daughters, Amber Rae Cottingham
          of Timmonsville and Ashton Nicole Cottingham of Spout Springs, Va.; a
          sister and brother-in-law, Margaret Ann C. Morgan and Ronnie Morgan
          of Goose Creek; two step-children, Justin Rothgeb and Seth Rothgeb,
          both of Appomattox, Va.; four nephews, Brandon Morgan, Bryce Morgan,
          and Brooks Morgan, all of Goose Creek and Daniel Morgan of Arlington,
          Texas, and a special friend, Pam Cole of Summerville. Visitation will
          be held from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m., Tuesday evening, at COX-COLLINS
          FUNERAL HOME.

          HUNT, Marian
          ORANGEBURG, S.C. - Marian Curtis Carter Hunt, 65, of 2298 Hydrick
          Ave., died Tuesday, June 12, 2001, at her residence. Funeral service
          will be 11 .m., Thursday, June 14, 2001, at St. Paul's United
          Methodist Church with Rev. Ray Smith officiating. Burial in Memorial
          Park Cemetery. DUKES-HARLEY FUNERAL HOME is in charge of
          arrangements. Mrs. Hunt was born in Orangeburg a daughter of Mrs.
          Mattie Mae O'Cain Carter and the late Freddie Edward Carter. She
          retired as branch manager from First Union Bank, in Orangeburg.
          Following her retirement, Mrs. Hunt operated the Orangeburg Welcoming
          Service for several years. She was a graduate of Columbia Business
          College. Mrs. Hunt was a life-long member of St. Paul's United
          Methodist Church. She was predeceased by a sister, Mrs. Freddie
          Carter Harmon and a granddaughter Miss Lavinia Sox. Survivors
          include, husband, Wilbur H. Hunt, of the home; mother, Mrs. Mattie
          Mae O'Cain Carter, Orangeburg; one daughter, Mrs. Stephanie Hunt Sox,
          Lexington, S.C.; one son, Wilbur Howard Hunt, Jr. (Bubba),
          Charleston, S.C.; one sister, Mrs. Barbara Carter Smoak, Orangeburg;
          one brother, Hammond O'Cain Carter, Lancaster, S.C.; two
          granddaughters, Vivian Estelle Sox, Lexington, Madeline Marian Sox,
          Lexington. Family will receive friends at the residence from 6 to 8
          p.m., Wednesday, June 13, 2001, and at other times friends may call
          at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer
          Society, P.O. Box K, Aiken, S.C. 29802, and St. Paul's United
          Methodist Church, c/o Building Fund, 1358 Amelia St., Orangeburg,
          S.C. 29115.

          WEAVER, JR., Robert
          Robert F. Weaver, Jr., 75, of Charleston, died Sunday, June 10, 2001,
          at a local hospital. Born in Charleston to the late Robert F., Sr.,
          and Beatrice (Bolchoz) Weaver. He was a Roman Catholic and a graduate
          of Bishop England High School. He was in the U.S. Army and retired
          from Westvaco. He was predeceased by a son, Kenneth E. Weaver. He is
          survived by four sons, R.F. Weaver, III, David P. Weaver, Ronald J.
          Weaver, all of North Charleston, Carl R. Weaver of Goose Creek, three
          brothers, Harold Weaver of Mt. Pleasant, Larry Weaver of James
          Island, Michael Weaver of Jacksonville, Fla., one sister, Shirley
          Cordray of Albany, Ga., 13 grandchildren and three great
          grandchildren. Funeral service will be 9AM today at MCALISTER-SMITH
          FUNERAL HOME, DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, 150 Wentworth St., with burial in
          Carolina Memorial Gardens.

          GRANT, Eloise
          Entered into eternal rest Mrs. Eloise Grant, beloved mother of Mr.
          James Grant of Charleston, Ms. Elise Davis of Oakland, CA., Ms.
          Geneva Grant of Orangeburg, SC., and Ms. Vernell Davis of North
          Charleston. Late residence 129 Old Say Brook Road, North Charleston,
          SC. Friends may call FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS NORTH CHARLESTON, 744-
          2545 OR 1-800-290-5954. The funeral will be announced at a later
          date.

          KRUGER, Lawrence
          KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, Rev P.N. Lynch Council No.704: THE OFFICERS AND
          MEMBERS are invited to attend the Funeral Mass for our late brother,
          Lawrence R. Kruger at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at Blessed
          Sacrament Catholic Church. By Order Of: Daniel Machowski, Grand
          Knight Steve Vettel, Recorder

          KRUGER, Lawrence
          CHARLESTON LODGE NO.242, B.P.O. ELKS: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBER are
          invited to attend the Funeral Mass for our late member, Lawrence R.
          Kruger at 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, June 13, 2001 at Blessed Sacrament
          Catholic Church. By Order Of: LeRoy R. Baker, Sr., Exalted Ruler
          Horace E. Miller, Jr., Secretary

          MONTGOMERY, Jackie
          Jackie Lee Montgomery, 43, of North Charleston, husband of Margaret
          Langdale Montgomery, died Sunday in a Charleston hospital. Funeral
          services will be held Thursday, June 14, 2001, at 7 o'clock in James
          A. Dyal Funeral Home Chapel, Summerville. Burial will be held in
          Montgomery Cemetery in Pulaski, Va. Friends may call James A. Dyal
          Funeral Home, Summerville, from 5 until 7 o'clock, Thursday evening.
          In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to South Carolina Federal
          Credit Union, Jackie Lee Montgomery Memorial Fund, Account #1094843.
          Born on February 20, 1958, in Pulaski, Va., a son of the late James
          Arthur Montgomery and Ella Sifford Page of Virginia. He was a
          graduate of Pulaski County High School, Pulaski, Va. He was a service
          technician with Gerald's Tires and Brakes. He was a member of Church
          of Christ, Summerville. Surviving are, wife, Margaret S. Langdale
          Montgomery of North Charleston; mother and step-father, Ella and
          George E. Page of Virginia; one son, George Randall Montgomery of
          North Charleston; three daughters, Kristi Elaine Hedrick of Goose
          Creek, Ashley Leann Montgomery of Goose Creek, Katie Lee Montgomery
          of North Charleston; grandson, Jody Blake Hedrick of Goose Creek;
          brother, Doug Montgomery of Virginia; sister, Barbara Tolbert of
          Virginia. Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN
          ST., SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

          DETWILER, Mary
          Entered into eternal rest on the morning of June 11, 2001, Mary
          Killian Detwiler, wife of Donald E. Detwiler. Residence, Goose Creek,
          S.C. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Detwiler are
          invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial of the latter in
          Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Friday morning, June 15, 2001,
          at 10 o'clock. The Prayers of Final Commendation and Farewell will be
          private. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD
          CHAPEL, Thursday evening, June 14, 2001, between 6 and 8 o'clock
          where a Christian Wake Service will be held at 7 o'clock. Mrs.
          Detwiler was born June 12, 1947, in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of
          Leo J. Killian and Stella Malahowski Killian. She was a graduate of
          North Penn High School, Lansdale, Pa., and Bryland Institute,
          Norristown, Pa. She was a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic
          Church and she was an artist and co-owner of Seagull Art Gallery,
          Mount Pleasant, S.C. She is survived by her husband of Goose Creek,
          S.C.; parents of Telford, Pa.; one son, Shane K. Detwiler of Goose
          Creek, S.C.; one daughter, Heather K. Detwiler of Los Angeles,
          Calif., and a son-in-law, Aaron York of Los Angeles, Calif. In lieu
          of flowers, memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation
          of South Carolina, P.O. Box 212634, Columbia, S.C. 29221-2634, or the
          Diabetes Association, 2711 Middleburg Drive, Suite 205, Columbia,
          S.C. 29204.

          KRUGER, Lawrence
          The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Robert Kruger are
          invited to attend his Funeral Mass at 11 a.m., Wednesday, June 13,
          2001, at Blessed Sacrament Church. The Rite of Committal will be in
          Riverview Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to
          Blessed Sacrament Church, Building Fund, 5 St. Teresa Dr.,
          Charleston, S.C. 29407, or Lutheran Hospice, 753 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.,
          Suite 100, Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464. Arrangements by JAMES A.
          MCALISTER, INC. 766-1365.

          TRUETT, Cecil
          Entered into eternal rest, Cecil Cleveland Truett, widower of Mary
          Jane Cox Robinson Truett. Residence, Hanahan, S.C. Funeral notice
          later. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL.

          HESS, Theodore
          Theodore Bush Hess of Mount Pleasant died June 12, 2001, at a local
          nursing home. Born in Charleston, S.C., he was the son of John
          William Hess and Lena Jutzler Hess. He attended Charleston schools. A
          veteran of the U.S. Navy in W.W.II, Mr. Hess was a salesman at Sears-
          Roebuck for many years, and he was retired from K-Mart Stores. He was
          a member of Charleston Lodge No. 242, B.P.O. Elks; a past president
          of Charleston Rifle Club; and a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church,
          Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Hess is survived by his wife, Carolyn Albers Hess
          of Mt. Pleasant; a daughter, Donna H. Cumbee of Awendaw; a sister,
          Gertrude H. Rentz; and four grandchildren, Lisa, Jessica, Lee and
          Adam, all of Awendaw. Visitors may call between the hours of 6 and 8
          p.m., Wednesday, June 13, 2001, at McAlister-Smith Funeral Home, Mt.
          Pleasant Chapel, 1520 Rifle Range Road. The relatives and friends are
          invited to attend his funeral service, 1 p.m., Thursday, June 14,
          2001, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Mt. Pleasant. Burial will be in
          Mt. Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Flowers will be accepted or memorial
          contributions may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 604 Pitt
          St., Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464, or to Christ Our King Christian Life
          Center, Christ Our King Catholic Church, 1122 Russell Drive, Mt.
          Pleasant, S.C. 29464. MCALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, MOUNT PLEASANT
          CHAPEL, 1520 Rifle Range Road, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., 884-3833 is
          assisting the Hess family.

          MCGEE, Beverly
          COLUMBIA - Beverly Canby McGee, 77, died Monday, June 11, 2001. Born
          in New Orleans, La., she was a daughter of the late John William and
          Geraldine Jones Canby. She was a member of the Junior League and
          Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. Surviving are her daughters, Beverly M.
          Kinder of Columbia, and Catharine M. Mebane of Greenville, S.C.; a
          sister, Mrs. C.F. Carroll of Little Rock, Ark.; eight grandchildren,
          Perry Kinder of Columbia, Emmie Kinder of Charleston, Will Mebane of
          San Francisco, Calif., Harriett Mebane of Whitten Center, Clinton,
          Catharine Mebane of Greenville, Janie Mebane of Charleston, and John
          and Beverly Mebane of Greenville. Services will be held Thursday at 2
          p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. In lieu of flowers, memorials
          may be made to Columbia Green, P.O. Box 50191, Columbia, S.C. 29250.
          DUNBAR FUNERAL HOME is in charge.

          BAXLEY, Geneva
          Geneva Mae Emery Baxley, 90, widow of Frank Baxley of Mount Pleasant,
          S.C., formerly of Linton, Ind., died Tuesday, June 12, 2001, in a
          local hospital. All funeral services will be private. She was born in
          Bloomfield, Ind., a daughter of the late Earnest and Neil Workman
          Emery. She was a Retired Secretary with Indiana University. Surviving
          are two daughters, Beverly Sue Gibbs of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., and Mae
          Beth Todd of Altamonte Springs, Fla., 13 grandchildren and ten great
          grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society,
          5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston, S.C. 29406.

          STEVENS, Eloise
          The relatives and friends of Mrs. Eloise Washington Stevens (widow of
          Mr. Willie Stevens, Sr.) Those of her children, Mrs. Alethia Lewis
          (Napolen), Mrs. Eartha Gordon (Alfonza), Mr. Willie Stevens, Jr.
          (Annette), Mr. Larry Stevens (Elaine), sisters and brothers, Mrs.
          Eulalie Washington (Randolph), Mr. William Jenkins (Maggie), and Mr.
          Alfred Washington, are invited to attend her wake services,
          Wednesday, June 13, 2001, from 6 to 8 p.m., at FIELDING HOME FOR
          FUNERALS, 722-3348 or 1-800-290-5954. Interment, Thursday, June 14,
          2001, 10 a.m., at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Ashley Phosphate Road,
          North Charleston, S.C. Memorial services will be held on Friday, June
          15, 2001, 7 p.m., at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 120
          Brigade St.

          FAYALL, Rudolph
          Rudolph, 43 of Alvin, SC., a former employee of Albany International,
          and husband of Mrs. Theresa P. Fayall, died Saturday, June 9, 2001 at
          a local hospital. The funeral will be held on Thursday, June 14, 2001
          at 2:00 P.M., at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Alvin, SC. Remains will
          repose at the Church on Wednesday evening from 6-9 P.M. Family will
          receive friends from 7-8 P.M. Burial, directed by SCOTT'S MORTUARY
          will be in the Church Cemetery. Mr. Fayall was born on October 29,
          1957 to Mr. WalterFayall, Sr., and the late Mrs. Maggie Nelson Fayall
          in Berkeley County, SC. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Theresa P.
          Fayall; his children, Kendra, Kierra andKamari Fayall, all of Alvin,
          SC., his father, Mr. Walter Fayall, Sr., his brothers and sisters,
          Mr. Thurmond Fayall of Alvin, SC., Mr. Leonard Fayall, Jr., of St.
          Stephen, SC., Mrs. Mary Ann F. Jones of Alvin, SC., Mrs. Nancy F.
          White of Mt. Pleasant, SC., and Mrs. Shirley F. Wiggins of St.
          Stephen, SC., other relatives and friends.

          GOODE, Bettie
          The relatives and friends of Bettie W. Smith Goode are invited to
          attend her funeral services in Grace United Methodist Church,
          Wednesday afternoon, June 13, 2001 at Two O'clock. Interment, Live
          Oak Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST
          ASHLEY CHAPEL. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to
          Grace United Methodist Church, 1601 Sam Rittenburg Blvd., Charleston,
          SC 29407.

          BALZANO, Herman
          Herman J. Balzano, 72, of Charleston and long time resident of
          Jacksonville, FL., died Monday, June 11th at a local hospital. Born
          in Charleston to the late A. C. and HermineWierman Balzano. Mr.
          Balzano was a lutheran and a Navy Veteran of the Korean War. He was a
          former Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He is survived by nine
          nephews, Ned Balzano, Deborah Smith, Melinda Colbert, Susan Sykes all
          of Charleston, Stephen Balzano of Pensacola, FL., Annette Balzano of
          Charleston, Donald Balzano of Charleston, Donna Balzano of
          Charleston, and Raymond Balzano of Houston, TX. Also survived by a
          sister-in-law, Mararet C. Balzano of Charleston. Graveside services
          will be 10:30AM, today at Holy Cross Cemetery. McALISTER-SMITH
          FUNERAL HOME, DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, 150 Wentworth St. 722-8371 is serving
          the Balzano family.

          DECKER, Mildred
          Mildred B. Decker, 81, of Charleston died Sunday, June 10th at a
          local hospital. Born in Colleton County to the lateWillie and Lettie
          BrelandBrabham. She was the beloved wife for 60 years to Humbert
          Decker. She was a graduate of Smoaks High School and a member of
          James Island Baptist Church. A son William Ray Decker predeceased
          her. Survived by her husband of the home, two sons, Paul E. Decker,
          and James R. Decker both of Charleston, a brother, BillyBrabham of
          Hanahan, and a sister, Ruth Loveday of Charleston. Also survived by
          four grandchildren. Funeral Services will be Wednesday, June 13th at
          11AM at the funeral home chapel. Burial will follow in Carolina
          Memorial Gardens. McALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, 150
          Wentworth St., 722-8371 is serving the Decker family.

          HACKNEY, Claud
          The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Timmons Hackney, MD.,
          are invited to attend the Memorial Services of the former Wednesday,
          June 13, 2000 in J. HENRY STUHR, INC. MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL at 6:00
          o'clock. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of
          Charleston, 3896 Leeds Avenue, Charleston, SC 29405 or East Cooper
          Habitat for Humanity, 2125 North Highway 17, Mount Pleasant, SC
          29466.

          MILES, Charles
          Charles Samuel Miles, 66, of Charleston, SC., died Sunday morning
          June 10, 2001 at a Summerville hospital. Graveside funeral services
          will be held Wednesday afternoon, June 13, 2001 at Cedarwood Cemetery
          in Weldon, NC at 2o'clock. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made
          to the American Red Cross, 5290 Rivers Avenue, Charleston, SC 29406.
          Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, SC.

          HESS, Theodore
          CHARLESTON LODGE #242, B.P.O. ELKS: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are
          invited to attend the funeral service of our late member, Theodore
          Bush Hess, 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 14, 2001, at St. Paul's Lutheran
          Church, Mount Pleasant, S.C. By order of: LeRoy R. Baker, Sr.,
          Exalted Ruler Horace E. Miller, Jr., Secretary

          JENKINS, Lucille
          Entered into eternal rest on June 11, 2001, Mrs. Lucille Jenkins,
          beloved mother of Mrs. Anna Simmons and grandmother of Nathaniel
          Manigault, Louise Glover, Debra Beasley, Robert Simmons, Tyrone
          Simmons, Karen Wallace, and Gina Butler. Late residence, 900 North
          Ashley Ave. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348,
          or 1-800-290-5954. Funeral notice later.

          MARION, Mabel
          Mabel Doctor Marion, 76, of (Oakley Section) Moncks Corner, S.C., a
          former housewife, died Saturday, June 9, 2001, at a local hospital.
          The funeral will be held on Thursday, June 14, 2001, at 11 a.m., at
          New Home Baptist Church, (Oakley Section) of Moncks Corner, S.C.
          Burial, directed by SCOTT'S MORTUARY, will be in the church cemetery.
          Mrs. Marion was born on May 24, 1925, in Berkeley County, S.C., a
          daughter of the late Mr. Martin Brown and Mrs. Annabell Aiken.
          Survivors include, her children, Mr. James Williams, Jr., Mrs. Carmer
          W. Bryant, both of Moncks Corner, S.C., Mr. Harris Williams of Bronx,
          N.Y., and Ms. Barbara Jean Williams of Hemingway, S.C.; her brothers
          and sisters, Mr. Peter Doctor of Johns Island, S.C., Rev. Melvin
          Doctor of Orlando, Fla., Dea. Henry Doctor, Jr., of Centreville, Va.,
          Mr. Joseph Doctor of Ft. Lucie, Fla., Mrs. Sarah L. Doctor-Frayer of
          Philadelphia, Pa., and Mr. Cleveland Doctor of Orangeburg, S.C.; and
          a host of other relatives and friends.

          KING, James
          The relatives and friends of Mr. James B. King and of his wife, Mrs.
          Luzena F. King; his children, George King (Wilhelmina), James King,
          Jr., Carolee K. Belton (Cecil), Andrew King, Jametta L. King, Sonya
          Fordham, George C. Fordham, II, and William F. Fordham (Sherron),
          grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law,
          sisters-in-law, special cousin, CecileFerrel, Betty Fisher,
          andEnreicka W. Thompson, cousins are invited to attend his funeral
          services on Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 12 Noon in ``Mother Emanuel''
          A.M.E. Church, 110 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC. The Rev. Dr. William
          Smith, Senior Pastor, with Inhumation following in Irving Chapel
          A.M.E. Cemetery, Cordesville, S.C. Friends may call in the Chapel at
          HARLESTON-BOAGS, INC., on Wednesday afternoon June 13, 2001 from 2
          until 5 p.m. Mr. King will repose in ``Mother Emanuel'' Church on
          Wednesday evening from 6 until 8 pm. A quiet hour with family members
          will be observed from 7 until 8 pm. Arrangements are announced by
          HARLESTON-BOAGS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 121 CALHOUN ST. (DOWNTOWN)
          Charelston, S.C. Phone: (843) 723-3066.

          STEWART, James
          James Arthur Stewart, 82, a resident of Seabrook Island since 1980,
          died June 9, 2001 at Sandpiper Convalescent Center in Mt. Pleasant,
          SC after an extended illness. Mr. Stewart, born October 21, 1918 in
          Eastbourne, Sussex, England, was the son of John Stewart and Violet
          Gambell Stewart. After his childhood in East Kilbride, Scotland, his
          family settled in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where he graduated from
          Williams High School. He attended the State University of New York at
          Albany and Oswego. Union College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
          and George Washington University. After teaching industrial arts
          several years in Schenectady, New York public schools, he was
          employed by General Electric. In 1978, he retired as a regional sales
          training manager and was retained as a consultantconducting sales
          management and training seminars for GE and several other firms. He
          was a teacher of the AARP Safe Driving Course, an ardent amateur
          golfer, and a member of the Club at Seabrook Island, the GE Senior
          Elfun Society, and the Island Choraliers. He served in many teaching
          and leadership roles in his church and community and especially
          enjoyed singing in his church choir and social dancing with his wife.
          Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Rose Butterly Stewart, two
          daughters, Kathryn Johnson (husband Bruce) of Dassel, Minnesota,
          Cynthia Thompson (husband The Rev. James) of Incline Village, Nevada,
          and a son, The Rev. J. Bruce Stewart of Annandale, Virginia, a sister
          Jean S. Barnes and a nephew Charles Barnes of the Richmond, Virginia
          area, three granddaughters and three great grandchildren. A burial
          Eucharist will be held at the church where he was a founding member.
          The Church of Our Saviour, 4416 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island,
          on Friday, June 15 at 10:00AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be
          made to The Church of Our Saviour or the charity of choice.

          ADAIR, Monty
          A special Communication will be held at the Masonic Temple this
          Wednesday afternoon, June 13, 2001, at 12:45 p.m., for the purpose of
          paying the last tribute of respect to our late brother, Monty Austin
          Adair. Masonic Services will be held at the cryptside in Carolina
          Memorial Gardens. By order of: J.C. Gregory, Jr., W.M., P.M. W.B.W.E.
          Lancaster, Jr., Secretary, P.M.

          BUCHANAN, Carole
          Entered into eternal rest on the morning of June 12, 2001, Carole Ann
          Michelson Buchanan, wife of Richard M. ``Buck'' Buchanan. Residence:
          Charleston, SC. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
          Buchanan are invited to attend the funeral services of the latter in
          J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Friday morning, June 15,
          2001 at Ten O'Clock. Interment will be in Hope Cemetery, Saint Paul,
          Kansas Monday at Teno'Clock. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR,
          INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Thursday evening from Six until
          EightO'Clock. Mrs. Buchanan was born in New Martinsville, West VA.,
          the daughter of Irvin Michelson, and Ida Michelson. She was a
          bookkeeper/secretary for Commercial data Systems. She was a member of
          Grace United Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband, Richard
          ``Buck'' Buchanan of Charleston, SC., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
          Michelson of Aberdeen, MD., two daughters,Debra Hurst of Rockhill,
          SC., and Karen Walls of Blue Springs, MO., one brother, Michael
          Michelson of Anniston, AL., five grandchildren, Brian, Jimmy and
          Allison Hurst, Ashley and Brandon Walls. Flowers will be accepted or
          memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, Charleston
          County Unit, 267 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401.

          GARNETT, Earl
          Funeral services for Mr. Earl Andree (Scrap) Garnett of Moncks
          Corner, S.C. Those of his parents, Mrs. Margie G. Williams and Mr.
          Earl Doughty, step-father, Mr. Isiah A. Williams, Jr., brother of Mr.
          Maurice Garnett, those of his children, Miss Diamon E. McNeil, miss
          Jalah Garnett and Master Andree A. Garnett, are invited to attend his
          funeral services, noon, Thursday, June 14, 2001, Moncks Corner A.M.E.
          Church, Moncks Corner, S.C. Interment, Old Nazareth Cemetery,
          Pinopolis, S.C. Friends and family may call on Wednesday after 3 p.m.
          Arrangements made by MILLIGAN'S FUNERAL HOME, Moncks Corner, S.C. 761-
          8696.

          BERRYHILL, Elray
          Entered into eternal rest on the morning of June 12, 2001, Elray
          Jackson Berryhill, 75, of Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends
          are invited to attend her graveside funeral services at Carolina
          Memorial Gardens, Friday morning, June 15, 2001, at 11 o'clock.
          Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL,
          Thursday evening from 6 until 8 o'clock. Mrs. Berryhill was born
          February 13, 1926, in Brownfield, Texas, a daughter of Claude Jackson
          and Getrude Waldron Jackson. She was a retired banking Loan Processor
          and a graduate of Hobbs High School, Hobbs, N.M. She is survived by a
          daughter, Debbie B. Beach of N. Charleston, S.C., and a son, Don
          Berryhill of Espanola, N.M.; two brothers, Roy W. Jackson of Santo
          Domingo, Dominican Republic, and Claude Jackson, Jr., of Woodland,
          Wash.; one sister, Margaret Callis of Houston, Texas; grandchildren,
          Kristy and Lori Ussery, Martina, Jesse, Rachel, and Joseph Berryhill
          and a great grandson, Caleb Ussery.

          MURPHEY, Alva
          Mr. Alva F. Murphey, 64, of McPhersonville Road, near Yemassee, died
          early Tuesday morning at his residence after an extended illness.
          Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be
          announced by PEEPLES-RHODEN FUNERAL HOME IN HAMPTON.

          PATRICK, Gussie
          The relatives and friends of Gussie Dean Clark Patrick are invited to
          attend her funeral services in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., NORTH AREA
          CHAPEL, this Wednesday morning, June 13, 2001 at Ten o'clock.
          Interment will follow in Summerville Cemetery. Friends may call at
          Stuhr's North Area Chapel, 2119 Dorchester Road.

          WILLIAMS, Abraham
          The relatives and friends of Mr. Abraham Williams, those of his wife,
          Mrs. Ella Mae Williams; children, Mr. Isaiah Glover, Rev. Willis
          Glover, Mr. Raymond Glover, Mr. Anthony Glover, Mr. Darryl Glover,
          Mr. Quinton Glover, Mr. Michael Glover, Mrs. Joyce Williams, Mrs.
          Betty Spencer, Mrs. Rebecca Davis, Ms. Sharon Williams, Mrs.Brenda
          Owens, Mrs. Barbara Ann Brown and Mrs. Shirley Taylor; brother, Mr.
          ElijahWilliams; sister, Mrs. Jeanne Shuler are invited to his funeral
          service on Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 11:00 A.M., in Mt. Olive
          Baptist Church, 2416 Meeting Street, North Charleston, S.C.
          Interment: Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, S.C. Visitation with
          the family on Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00 P.M., at the Church.
          Arrangements by SUBURBAN FUNERAL HOME, INC.
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            Wednesday, June 20, 2001
            Obits Summary – The Charleston Post & Courier

            Charleston County
            ASHLEY, James N., 62, of Sullivan's Island, an agent with Island
            Realty, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
            KELLUM, Earnestine, of North Charleston died Tuesday.
            Arrangements by North Area Funeral Home.
            RIVERS, Raymond, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by
            Heyward Mortuary.
            WOOD, Barbara, of North Charleston, wife of David Wood, died
            Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.

            Berkeley County
            ARMSTRONG, Meyer M., 78, of Moncks Corner, owner of Armstrong
            Construction Co. and husband of Margaret L. Armstrong, died Monday.
            Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.

            Dorchester County
            CREDILLE, Betty Swann, 72, of Summerville, wife of Marion L.
            Credille, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home.
            VERNON, James, 62, of Summerville died Tuesday. Arrangements by
            Rivers Funeral Home of Goose Creek.

            Elsewhere
            BRYANT, Ricky Dean, 38, of North Myrtle Beach, a self-employed
            roofer and husband of Joann Hardee, died Monday. Arrangements by
            Hardwick Funeral Home of Loris.
            CAUSEY, Betty Montgomery, 64, of Nichols, a homemaker and widow
            of Thomas L. Causey, died Monday. Arrangements by Cox-Collins Funeral
            Home of Mullins.
            DANIELS, Warren, 89, of Beaufort, a retired construction worker,
            a retired builder with Young Lumber Co. and husband of Mary Snipe
            Daniels, died Saturday. Arrangements by Chisholm-Galloway Funeral
            Home.
            DAVIS, Mildred Claire Camlin, 83, of West Columbia, a homemaker
            and widow of Kenneth L. Davis, died Sunday. Arrangements by Thompson
            Funeral Home.
            GRAHAM, Ira Nelson, 55, of Hemingway died Monday. Arrangements
            by Morris Funeral Home.
            HARDEE, Lloyd Earl, 67, of Marion, a retired employee with
            Southern Verneer in Thomasville, N.C., died Monday. Arrangements by
            Richardson Funeral Home.
            SCOTT, Annie Brown, 82, of Kingstree died Tuesday. Arrangements
            by Henryhand Funeral Home.
            WHITE, Ella M., 71, of Holly Hill died Tuesday. Arrangements by
            Eutawville Community Funeral Home.

            Obits Detail

            HARDEE, Lloyd
            Mr. Lloyd Earl Hardee, 67, died Monday, June 18, 2001, at a Marion
            County hospital after an illness. The funeral service will be held
            Wednesday, June 20, 2001, at 4 p.m., from West Marion Baptist Church,
            directed by RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME. Burial will follow at Bethel
            Cemetery near Aynor. Mr. Hardee was born in Loris, a son of the late
            Pink Isiah and Flouda Alma Duncan Hardee. He was retired from
            Southern Verneer of Thomasville, N.C. Surviving are two sons, Lloyd
            Ricky Hardee and Ritchie Joe Hardee, both of Thomasville; two
            daughters, Kathy Jones of Florence and Denise H. Turner of Mullins;
            two brothers, Carl and Maxie Hardee, both of Marion; seven sisters,
            Augustine Page of Thomasville, Mary Stevens of Monck's Corner, Betty
            Johnson of Thomasville, Doris Sawyer of Marion, Cindy Childress and
            Sylvia Collins, both of Thomasville, Judy H. Lundy of Marion; and
            eight grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the West Marion Baptist
            Church, P.O. Box 886, Marion, S.C. 29571.

            BEACH, William
            William "Bill" Edmund Beach, 20, of Mount Pleasant, died Sunday, June
            17, 2001, at Clemson, S.C. He was born in West Monroe, La. He is the
            son of Paul Cole Beach and Marsha Monte Beach of Mount Pleasant, S.C.
            William was a sophomore, College of Engineering and Science, Clemson
            University, majoring in Computer Science and a graduate of Bishop
            England High School, where he was the recipient of many awards. He
            was involved in several athletics and extracurricular activities. His
            work experience varied as consultant, computer technician and
            electrician. William is survived by his parents; two brothers,
            Charles E. Beach and Stephen A. Beach, and one sister, Teresa A.
            Beach, all of Mount Pleasant, and his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
            Philip H. Monte of Narragansett, R.I. Visitation will be Thursday,
            June 21, 2001, MCALISTER SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 1520 Rifle Range Road,
            Mount Pleasant, S.C., from 6 to 8 p.m. with vigil service at 6:30
            p.m. Liturgy of Christian Burial will be Friday, June 22, 2001, at 11
            a.m., at Christ Our King Catholic Church, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
            Interment will be in Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Memorial
            contributions may be made to the William Edmund Beach Scholarship
            Fund, First Federal of Charleston, c/o Marsha Beach, 822 Coleman
            Blvd., Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464. MCALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, MOUNT
            PLEASANT CHAPEL, is assisting the Beach family.

            SCHEIDECKER, Rodney
            Rodney Steven Scheidecker, 19, of North Charleston, S.C., died
            Sunday, June 17, 2001, in Dorchester County. Funeral services will be
            held at Parks Funeral Home Chapel, Thursday evening, June 21, 2001,
            at 7 o'clock. Entombment in Summerville Cemetery Mausoleum will be
            private. Mr. Scheidecker was born January 16, 1982, in Groton, Conn.,
            a son of Bradley Steven Scheidecker and Dianna Lynn Mays Scheidecker.
            He was a graduate of Fort Dorchester High School and was employed by
            Budget Truck Rental. Survivors include his parents, Bradley and
            Dianna Scheidecker, of Sterling, Ill.; his brother, T.J. Scheidecker,
            of North Charleston; his maternal grandparents, Jim Mays, of
            Sterling, Ill., and Sue Little, of Raleigh, N.C.; and his paternal
            grandmother, Angie Scheidecker, of Sterling, Ill. Arrangements by
            PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

            WEBB, Edward
            Edward "Ned" Kirk Webb, 70, of Charleston, S.C., died Monday, June
            18, 2001. The funeral will be at 11 a.m., Thursday, June 21, 2001, at
            St. Philips Episcopal Church. Burial directed by STUHR'S FUNERAL
            HOME, DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, will be in Live Oak Cemetery. Friends may call
            at the funeral home this evening (Wednesday) from 6 until 8 p.m. Mr.
            Webb was born on January 23, 1931, in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., a son of
            Malcom S. Webb and Emily Moore Webb. He was a graduate of St. Andrews
            School in Sewanee, Tenn. He attended Brevard College, N.C., and the
            College of Charleston. He was a member of St. Philips Episcopal
            Church, S.C. Historical Society, Sons of Confederate Veterans,
            Military Order of the Stars and Bars, and the Carolina Yacht Club. He
            served in the U.S. Navy. A former television newsman, producer, and
            director was associated with WUSN-TV, Ch. 2, WCIV-TV, Ch. 4, WRVA-TV,
            at Richmond, Va. He was honored by the Association for State and
            Local History for a documentary and in 1965 was named by the
            Associated Press as having the best local news program and
            documentary production and commentary in the state. He was also a
            Special Writer for the State Newspaper. He later joined the staff of
            Advertising Service Agency. He also had articles published in
            national publications. In 1979, he won first place in the annual
            National Industrial Photography contest. In retirement he was a home
            host with Historic Charleston Bed and Breakfast. Surviving are his
            wife, Frankie Ann Henderson Webb, daughter; Margaret Webb Axson of
            Columbia, S.C., and Virginia Webb Harrison of Marietta, Ga., and four
            grandchildren, William H. Harrison, Caroline K. Harrison, Sarah M.
            Axson, William K. Axson; one brother, William G. Webb of East
            Greenbush, N.Y.; two sisters, Emily Webb-Goldberg of Westchester,
            Ill., and Mrs. Herbert R. Stender, Jr., of Sullivan's Island, S.C.;
            11 nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to St. Philip's
            Episcopal Church, The Fifth Century Challenge Project, 51 State St.,
            Charleston, S.C., 29401; Pompion Hill Chapel, P.O. Box 727,
            Charleston, S.C. 29402, or to the charity of one's choice.

            BOATWRIGHT, Gladys
            The relatives and friends of Gladys Risher AltmanBoatwright are
            invited to attend her funeral services in Cherokee Place United
            Methodist Church this Wednesday morning, June 20, 2001, at 10
            o'clock. Interment will follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens.
            Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., NORTH AREA CHAPEL. Flowers will
            be accepted or memorials may be made toCherokee Place United
            Methodist Church, 2108 Cosgrove Ave., North Charleston, S.C. 29405,
            to Hospice of Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., North Charleston, S.C.
            29405, or to the Eastern Star Home of South Carolina, 1267 N. Main
            Street, Sumter, SC 29150.

            BROUTHERS, Richard
            The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howard Brouthers
            are invited to attend his Memorial Service for the former at 7:00 PM
            Thursday June 21, 2001 at the JAMES A. MCALISTER FUNERAL HOME, 1620
            SAVANNAH HWY. A Celebration of his life will be held at 8:30 PM
            Thursday evening at J B Pivots, 1662 Savannah Hwy., Ye Olde Town
            Shopping Village. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice
            of Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., North Charleston, SC 29405 or the
            American Diabetes Assoc., PO Box 10794, Greenville, SC 29603.
            Arrangements by JAMES A. MCALISTER, INC. 766-1365.

            KELLUM, Earnestine
            Entered into eternal rest on the morning of Tuesday, June 19, 2001,
            Mrs. Earnestine Kellum, beloved mother of Alfreda Levaine (Russell
            Alice Zimmerman), Yvonn Davis (Richard) and Ceph Williams (Shirley),
            grands, Alfred Green, Deidra Faulkner, John Sheppard, Antionette
            Sheppard, Patrick Sheppard, Ebony Zimmerman, Melvin Smalls, David
            Britt and Travis Wilson. Late residence, 4721 Independent St., North
            Charleston, S.C. Funeral services entrusted to NORTH AREA FUNERAL
            HOME, LIBERTY HILL, 843-744-7511. Funeral notice later.

            BUTLER, Dorothy
            The relatives and friends of Dorothy Ann Weatherford Butler are
            invited to attend the funeral services in J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
            GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, this (Wednesday) at 12 o'clock (noon).
            Interment, Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at STUHR'S
            GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL.

            SMITH, Dexter
            The relatives and friends of Mr. Dexter A. "Uncle Ben" Smith, the
            grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leroy and Anna Grace Mitchel, are
            invited to attend his funeral services on Thursday, June 21, 2001, 1
            p.m., at Wallingford Presbyterian Church, 705 King St.,Charleston,
            S.C. Rev. Alonza Washington, Pastor. Interment, Salem Presbyterian
            Church Cemetery, Wadmalaw Island, S.C. Mr. Smith is survived by his
            mother, Mrs. Marthenia Delores Ward (Thomas), his daughter, Ms.
            Laurey J. Brown, sisters and brothers, Mrs. Patrice Simmons (Apostle
            David), Miss Mona Lisa Lockhart, Mrs. Verna Lashell Carter
            (Nathaniel), Miss Tawanna Singleton and Mr. Donaven Singleton, aunts,
            uncles, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Viewing for
            Mr. Smith will be at the William M. Smith Memorial Chapel 2 Radcliffe
            Street Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday, June 20, 2001, from 1:30 to
            5:30 p.m., and at the church from 6 to 8 p.m. The family will receive
            friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Arrangements by WM. M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME,
            INC., (843)722-3676, 1/800 924-5659 or email memorial messages at
            wmsbmc2@....

            ADMORE, Josephine
            The relatives and friends of Mrs. Josephine Admore Moody, those of
            her children, John, Marys, and Florine, of her sisters and brother,
            Dorothy Irene King, Louis Mood, Jr., and Mary M. Smiley, and those of
            her grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other
            relatives are invited to attend here home-going services Thursday,
            June 21, 2001, 11 a.m., at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Rivers Ave.,
            North Charleston, S.C. Dr. Reverend Augustus Robinson, Pastor.
            Interment, Johnson Cemetery Stall Road, Mrs. Admore will repose this
            evening from 6 to 8 p.m., where the family will receive friends from
            7 to 8 p.m. at the NORTH AREA CHAPEL. Arrangements entrusted to NORTH
            AREA FUNERAL HOME, LIBERTY HILL.

            SIMMONS, Peter
            The relatives and friends of Mr. Peter Simmons, Jr., those of his
            daughter, Rhonda Simmons, grandchildren, Gerald Dion, Sheba, Tyesha
            and Kim Garner, Frances Hilton, Christina Simmons and Mark Davis, his
            sisters, Vermell Simmons and Mary Hamilton (Elmore), his aunts, Mrs.
            Albertha Prioleau and Elizabeth Hall, his uncle, Mr. Allen Prioleau,
            his great grandchildren, and all other nieces, cousins, and friends
            are invited to attend his home-going services, Wednesday, June 20,
            2001, 1 p.m., at Royal Baptist Church, 1807 Pearson St., Liberty
            Hill. Rev. Isaac J. Holt, Jr., Pastor. Interment, Oak Grove Baptist
            Church Cemetery, 5885 Rivers Ave., North Charleston, S.C. Services
            entrusted to NORTH AREA FUNERAL HOME, LIBERTY HILL (843) 744-7511.

            RIVERS, Raymond
            Entered into eternal rest, June 18, 2001, Mr. Raymond Rivers, son of
            31 Mary St., Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends of Mr.
            Raymond Rivers and those his brothers, Mr. Charles, Sr., and Nathan
            Rivers, and his sister, Mrs. Ruth Adams, are invited to attend his
            funeral services. Saturday, June 23, 2 p.m., at Ebenezer A.M.E.
            Church, 44 Nassau St., Charleston. Interment, Sunset Memorial
            Gardens, Ashley Phosphate Road, North Charleston. Friends may call
            Heyward's Mortuary, Friday afternoon, from 3:00 until 5:30 p.m. The
            family will receive visitors at the church this evening from 6:30 to
            8:00 p.m. Arrangements have been entrusted to G.W. HEYWARD'S
            MORTUARY, 12-14 Dewey St., phone 577-6497.

            DAVIS, Mildred
            WEST COLUMBIA - Services for Mildred Claire Camlin Davis, 83, of West
            Columbia, will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, in Trinity United
            Methodist Church, 1132 Gunter Circle, West Columbia, conducted by
            Reverend David Day, with burial at Woodridge Memorial Park.
            Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, at THOMPSON FUNERAL
            HOME OF WEST COLUMBIA, 200 State Street. In lieu of flowers, the
            family has requested that contributions be made to Trinity United
            Methodist Church Building Fund, the Arthritis Foundation, or the
            American Heart Association. Mrs. Davis, widow of the late Kenneth
            Logan Davis, Sr., passed away Sunday, June 17, 2001, at Lexington
            Medical Center Extended Care. Born on January 27, 1918, in Andrews,
            S.C., she was a daughter of the late George W. and Edith Haselden
            Camlin. Mrs. Davis was a local resident for 50 years and resided at
            1001 Mohawk Drive in West Columbia. Mrs. Davis, a graduate of
            Draughon's Business School, served as a department store buyer for a
            brief period prior to becoming a homemaker. A charter member of
            Trinity United Methodist Church in West Columbia, she served in
            administrative roles in church school education. She was also a
            member of the first Women's Auxiliary group, serving as a volunteer
            for the Lexington County Hospital when it was established in the
            1960's, and a Cub Scout Den Mother for many years. She was
            predeceased by her husband, six brother, and two sisters. Surviving
            are her sister, Edith Cox of Cary, N.C.; her children, Kenneth L.
            Davis of Leesville, James Randall Davis of Lexington, and Susan Davis
            Darby of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and her grandchildren, Randall
            Davis, Ken Davis, Julie Davis, Elizabeth Davis, and Claire Darby.

            CREDILLE, Betty
            Betty Swann Credille, 72, of Summerville, wife of Marion Lewis
            Credille, died Tuesday in a Charleston hospital. Memorial service
            will be held Thursday, June 21, 2001, at 1 o'clock in James A. Dyal
            Funeral Home Oakbrook Chapel, Summerville. Inurnment will be in
            Dorchester Memory Gardens Mausoleum, Summerville. Friends may call at
            the Oakbrook Chapel from 12 o'clock until service time on Thursday.
            Born on February 8, 1929 in Greshamville, Ga., a daughter of the late
            Corry Marion Copelan and Lizzie Lou Swann Copelan. She was a graduate
            of Greensboro High School, Ga., and Milledgeville Women's College in
            Milledgeville, Ga. She was a retired Day Care Provider with Treasure
            House Day Care, James Island, and Summerville Child Care Center. She
            was Methodist. Surviving are, husband, Marion Lewis Credille of
            Summerville; two daughters and sons-in-law; Ann and Les Cotner of
            Summerville, Denise and Beau Lott of Greenville, S.C.; two
            grandchildren, Tosha Bennet of Charleston, Eric Cotner of
            Summerville; three great grandchildren, Kelsie Cotner of Summerville,
            Cade Bennett and Sims Bennett, both of Charleston; one sister, Ollie
            Burke Copelan of Atlanta, Ga. Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL
            HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST., SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

            BUSE, John
            The relatives and friends of Dr. and Dr. John F. Buse are invited to
            attend the funeral services of the former, Wednesday at 2 o'clock in
            St. Lukes Chapel, MUSC Campus. Interment,private. Arrangements by J.
            HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL. Memorials may be made to the Dr.
            John F. Buse Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Health Sciences
            Foundation, MUSC, 18 Bee St., Charleston, S.C. 29425.

            WARREN, William
            The relatives and friends of Mr. William Warren of Jersey City, N.J.,
            formerly of St. Stephen, S.C. (41 Community), are invited to attend
            his funeral services, Thursday, June 21, 2001, 1 p.m., at Good
            Shepard R.E. Church, Bonneau, S.C. Interment, church cemetery.
            Surviving are his children, Jacob Warren of St. Stephen, S.C.,
            William Warren, Jr., Jerry Warren, Jean W. Pate, Christine Robinson,
            all of New Jersey, Robert Warren of New York, Ann W. Houser of
            Georgia, Mattie Starkley of Virginia; and brother, Eugene Warren, of
            St. Stephen, S.C. Friends may call on Wednesday from 3 to 8 p.m. at
            GETHERS FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER, S.C.

            TRIEST, Miriam
            The relatives and friends of Miriam Neuberger Triest, widow of Maier
            Triest, are invited to attend her funeral services at the graveside
            in Beth Elohim, Coming St., Cemetery, Wednesday, at 10 o'clock.
            Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL. In lieu of
            flowers, memorials may be made to Beth Elohim Temple, 86 Hasell St.,
            Charleston, S.C. 29401, or the American Cancer Society, 5900 Core
            Road, Suite #504, North Charleston, S.C. 29406.

            ARMSTRONG, Meyer
            Meyer M. Armstrong, 78, of England Road, Moncks Corner, a former
            building contractor and owner of Armstrong Construction Co., died
            Monday evening in a Charleston nursing home. Funeral services will be
            11 a.m., Thursday morning, June 21, 2001, in the chapel of DIAL-
            MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER. Burial will be in Beaufort
            National Cemetery with Military Honors. Friends may call at the
            funeral home, Wednesday, June 20, 2001, from 6 until 8 p.m. Mr.
            Armstrong was born April 10, 1923, in Wisner, La., a son of Dennis
            Armstrong and Annie Parker Armstrong McDaniel. He is an Army veteran
            of W.W.II. He is a member of United Pentecostal Church of Moncks
            Corner. Surviving are his wife, Margaret L. Shows Armstrong; five
            sons, Doyle L. Shows, Jerel M. Armstrong, Kenneth Roy Armstrong, and
            John Dennis Armstrong all of Beaufort, and Rev. Charles Armstrong of
            Moncks Corner; nine sisters, Dollyb Privett of Tioga, La., Clarence
            Williams, Dixie Williams, Sally Adams, all of Newellton, La., Elsie
            Ruth Kelly of Rayville, La., Joyce Felter and Shirley Floyd, both of
            Natches, Miss., Ina Foster of W. Monroe, La., and Carol Cannon of
            Baton Rouge, La.; one brother, Amos McDaniel of Newellton, La.;
            numerous grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren.

            MCINERNY, William
            Mr. William P. McInerny(Uncle Willie), 94, of Sullivan's Island, died
            on June 15 at a local hospital. He was born on March 18, 1907, on
            Sullivan's Island, a son of the late Joseph P. and Caroline
            HammerschimidtMcInerny. A member of Stella Maris Church, he graduated
            in 1925 from Bishop England High School. In 1929, he graduated from
            the College of Charleston. His wife, the former MarianAndrews, and
            his daughter,Marian (Cissi) Sorlie, preceded him in death. Surviving
            are, two daughters, Caroline Karlin of Englewood, Colo., and Mary Ann
            McInerny of Bethesda, Md.; two sons, William Patrick McInerny, Jr.,
            of Boulder, Colo., and Joseph C. McInerny of Charleston; eight
            grandchildren; and three great grandchildren. Mr. McInerny was
            retired from I.R.S. Census Bureau since 1988. A Liturgy of Christian
            Burial will be on Wednesday, June 19, 2001 at Stella Maris Catholic
            Church, Sullivan's Island at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in St.
            Lawrence Cemetery. Arrangements by MCALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Mt.
            Pleasant CHAPEL, 1520 Rifle Range Road, 884-3833.
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              Wednesday, June 27, 2001
              Obits Summary – The Charleston Post & Courier
              Compiled by The Post and Courier staff

              CHARLESTON COUNTY
              GROOMS, Edna K., 88, of Charleston, widow of Claude Grooms, died
              Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel.
              LIMEHOUSE, Bernice Nelson, 75, of Ladson, a retired postal clerk
              with the U.S. Post Office and widow of Vincent B. Limehouse, died
              Tuesday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.
              MILLER, Hildagarde L., of Charleston, wife of Melvin T. Miller,
              died Monday. Arrangements by Fielding Funeral Home.
              SINGLETARY, Cleveland, 75, of North Charleston, a retired
              foreman with Cape Romain Pile Driving Co. and husband of Minnie Pearl
              Singletary, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road
              Chapel.

              BERKELEY COUNTY
              HAMMER, William Henry, 74, of Moncks Corner died Monday.
              Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel of North Charleston.
              HARPER, Phyllis Lorraine, 63, of Summerville, wife of Floyd
              Harper Jr., died Monday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home.
              HOOVEN, Richard A., 59, of Goose Creek, husband of Brenda
              Hooven, died Tuesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith Funeral Home.
              PROHASKA, John William, 72, of Bonneau, a retired chemical
              engineer and chief operating officer with Siebe North Inc. and
              husband of Bonnadine Roudebush Prohaska, died Tuesday. Arrangements
              by Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel of North Charleston.

              DORCHESTER COUNTY
              GUMAER, Charles Russell, 46, of Summerville, a self-employed
              electrical lighting designer and husband of Katherine Czubek Gumaer,
              died Monday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.

              ELSEWHERE
              BOWERS, Eula Mizell, 89, of Holly Hill, a retired nurse and
              widow of Harold E. Bowers, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Avinger
              Funeral Home.
              GARVIN, Carolyn, 58, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and formerly of Early
              Branch, S.C., an employee with Faith, Hope and Charity Day Care
              Center 1, died Friday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home of
              Yemassee, S.C.
              HUNT, Archie G., of Washington, D.C., husband of Elaine Hunt,
              died Friday. Arrangements by Harleston-Boags Funeral Home of
              Charleston.
              KINARD, Joseph Wignard, 71, of Ehrhardt died Tuesday.
              Arrangements by Herndon and Sons Funeral Home of Walterboro.
              PAIVANAS, John A., 73, of Montclair, Calif., and formerly of
              Charleston, a retired Air Force senior master sergeant, died June 15.
              Arrangements by Pierce Brothers Griffith Mortuary.
              PETERSON, Carl Edward, 64, of Beaufort, a retired Marine Corps
              captain, a retired associate judge with the city of Beaufort and
              husband of Mary Peacock Peterson, died Tuesday. Arrangements by
              Anderson Funeral Home.

              Obits Detail

              COAXUM, SR., James
              The relatives and friends of Mr. James "Jama" Coaxum, Sr., are
              invited to attend his funeral services on Thursday, June 28, 2001, 2
              p.m., at St. James AME Church, 8004 Highway 17 North, McClellanville,
              S.C., Rev. John H. Gillyard, Pastor. Interment, church cemetery.
              Mr. Coaxum is survived by his children, Rev. James Coaxum, Jr.
              (Elizabeth), Mrs. Josephine Sidbury (Furman), Mr. Rufus Coaxum
              (Saundra), Mrs. Hestelle Brown (Wilford), Mrs. Emma Jean Gary
              (Nathaniel), Mrs. Christena Garrett (Moses), Mr. Rogerstine Coaxum,
              Mr. Thomas Coaxum, Mrs. Vanessa Robinson (Ronald), Mr. Harrison
              Coaxum (Mary), Mr. Eugene Simmons, Mr. Leon Drayton (Mary), and Mr.
              Carlton Smalls, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews,
              sisters and brothers-in-law, and other relatives and friends.
              Viewing for Mr. Coaxum will be at the William M. Smith Memorial
              Chapel, 2 Radcliffe St., Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday, June 27,
              2001, from 1 to 5 p.m. and at the church from 6 to 8 p.m. The family
              will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Arrangements by WM. M. SMITH
              FUNERAL HOME, INC. (843) 722-3676, or e-mail messages at
              wmsbmc2@....

              BOWERS, Eula
              HOLLY HILL - Mrs. Eula Mizell Bowers, 89, of Bennett Circle, Holly
              Hill, died Tuesday at the Methodist Oaks in Orangeburg. The funeral
              will be 4 p.m., Thursday in the Holly Hill United Methodist Church.
              Burial will be in the Holly Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at
              AVINGER FUNERAL HOME from 6 until 8 p.m. this Wednesday.
              Mrs. Bowers was born in Harleyville a daughter of the late Wesley
              Mizell and Lula Risher Bowers. She was a 1934 graduate of the Medical
              University of S.C. School of Nursing, and she was a Registered Nurse
              for over 50 years, mostly in Holly Hill. She was a member of the
              Holly Hill United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, and
              she was the widow of Harold E. Bowers. She is survived by a number
              of nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Holly Hill UMC, P.O.
              Box 398, Holly Hill, S.C. 29059.

              SIMMONS, Sarah
              The last religious rites for Mrs. H. Simmons will held Thursday, June
              28, 2001, 2 p.m., at Brownsville Community Church of God,
              Summerville, S.C., Rev. Robert L. Toliver, Pastor, Rev. Eugene
              Murray, Eulogistic Minister. Interment, Brownsville Cemetery. Her
              children, Mr. Kernell (Audrey) Simmons, Ms. Sarah Williams, Ms.
              Earnestine Green, Mrs. Lillie (Major) Bernard, Ms. Wilhelmenia
              Cordes, Mr. Larry (Cora) Simmons, Mrs. Anna J. (Derick) West, Mr.
              Andrew (Ruthie) Simmons, Mr. Matthew (Veverly) Simmons, Mr. Lazarus
              (Jeanette) Simmons, Mr. Levi (Brenda) Simmons, and Ms. Adrian
              Simmons; her sisters, Mrs. Emma Johnson, Mrs. Mary Dantzler, and Mrs.
              Marie Perry; request her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-
              great-grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces,
              nephews, other relatives and friends to attend with them these last
              rites. Condolences may be sent to aaglover@.... Arrangements have
              been entrusted to the ALBERT A. GLOVER FUNERAL HOME, 113 BRYAN ST.,
              SUMMERVILLE, S.C. PHONE (843) 871-1528.

              HAMMER, William
              Entered into eternal rest on June 25, 2001, Petty Officer First
              Class, William Henry Hammer, U.S. Navy, Retired. The relatives and
              friends are invited to attend his funeral services at J. HENRY STUHR,
              INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, Thursday morning, June 28, 2001, at 11
              o'clock with American Legion Honors following. Entombment will be at
              a later date in Plantation Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at
              Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel this (Wednesday) evening from 6 until
              8 o'clock. Mr. Hammer was born in Elkton, Va., on May 21, 1927, the
              son of Maynard Bishop Hammer and Valley Monger Hammer. He was a 20-
              year veteran with the U.S. Navy, having served in W.W.II, the Korean
              Conflict and Viet Nam War. His decorations include the Navy
              Occupation Medal (European Clasp), the W.W.II Service Medal, Korean
              Service Medal and Viet Nam Service Medal.
              Surviving is a daughter, Karen H. Stanfield of Goose Creek, S.C., a
              sister, Alice Jane Houff of Weyers Cave, Va., and two grandsons,
              Kevin C. Stanfield, Jr., and Brandon S. Stanfield, both of Goose
              Creek, S.C.
              Flowers will be accepted and memorials may be made to American Legion
              Post #147, Honor Guard Unit, 968 Folly Road, James Island, S.C. 29412.

              GROOMS, Edna
              Entered into eternal rest on the morning of June 26, 2001, Edna K.
              Grooms, widow of Claude Grooms, Charleston, S.C. Funeral notice
              later. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL.

              SINGLETARY, Cleveland
              Entered into eternal rest Monday, June 25, 2001, Cleveland "Cleve"
              Singletary, husband of Minnie Pearl Singletary. Residence, North
              Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
              Cleveland "Cleve" Singletary are invited to attend the graveside
              services of the former in Rudd Branch Cemetery, Lebanon Community,
              Friday, June 29, 2001, at 3 o'clock. Friends may call at J. HENRY
              STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL on Thursday evening between 6 and
              8 o'clock. Mr. Singletary was born in Harleyville, S.C., on October
              22, 1925, the son of Nathaniel Singletary and Mattie Mae Owen
              Singletary. He was a retired foreman with Cape Romain Pile Driving
              Company. Surviving are his wife of North Charleston, S.C., one
              daughter, Dorothy Carter, of Bamberg, S.C., one step-son, Chris L.
              Walters, of North Charleston, S.C., one brother, Archie N.
              Singletary, of Cottageville, S.C.; and four grandchildren.

              SANDERS, Charles
              GEORGETOWN - Rev. Charles Winford Sanders, 72, died Monday, June 25,
              2001, in a Charleston hospital.
              Rev. Sanders was born in Anderson County on November 18, 1928, a son
              of the late James P. and Robie Watson Sanders. He was a graduate of
              Anderson High School and attended Bible College in Mauldin. Rev.
              Sanders worked for a time at a restaurant and a textile mill in
              Anderson. In 1958, he began his ministry with the Lee Shoals Church
              of God. Rev. Sanders was also pastor of North Augusta Church of God,
              Georgetown Church of God, and retired from Goose Creek Church of God
              in 1999. After returning to Georgetown to live, he continued to be
              active in the work of the Church of God. During his ministry, Rev.
              Sanders ran revivals for the Sioux Indians in South Dakota. He was
              responsible for ht organization of a number of new churches including
              Six Mile Crossing Church of God in Georgetown County, Holy Temple in
              Murrells Inlet, Stall Road Church of God and Carnes Road Church of
              God, both in Moncks Corner. Rev. Sanders served on the Church of God
              State Council, Home for Children Board, and the Church of God
              Evangelism Board.
              Surviving are, his wife, Lillie Mae Arnold Sanders of Georgetown;
              three daughters, Beth Oxford and her husband, John of Sevierville,
              Tenn., Diane Robinson and her husband, Steve of North Augusta, and
              Debbie Kirkland, and her husband James of Grovetown, Ga.; a son,
              Charles W. Sanders, Jr., and his wife, Melissa, of Georgetown; a
              brother, Benny "Bud" Sanders of Palm Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Betty
              Clark of Starr and Brenda Jancen of Anderson; nine grandchildren,
              Johnna Beth Green and her husband Dickie, Amanda Oxford, Melinda
              Ogle, Jeff Adams and his wife Janet, Nathan Adams and his wife
              Pamela, Annette Greene and her husband Freddie, James Adams and his
              wife, Jamie, Joseph Kirkland and his wife Amy and Ben Sanders; seven
              great-grandchildren, Jeffrey Adams, Aaron Adams, Jordan Adams, Dylan
              Ogle, Joshua Greene, Paigelyn Adams, and Pearson Adams.
              He was predeceased by two grandchildren, John John Oxford and James
              Oxford.
              Funeral services will be Thursday morning at 11 o'clock in Georgetown
              Church of God. Officiating will be the Rev. Dr. Harold Downing, the
              Rev. Wilton Scruggs, and the Rev. Bobby Wynn. Burial will follow in
              Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens under the direction of the Georgetown
              Chapel of MAYER FUNERAL HOME.
              The family will receive friends at the Georgetown Church of God from
              12 o'clock noon until 9 o'clock, Wednesday.

              MARVIN, Robert
              A native of Colleton County, he was the son of W.R. Marvin and Alta
              E. Marvin. He was predeceased by a son, Earle R. Marvin. He is
              survived by his wife, Anna Lou Carrington Marvin, a daughter, Alta
              Mae Marvin and her children, John, Caroline and Wesley Henderson of
              Walterboro, a daughter-in-law, Sherry Marvin Hughes and her children,
              Will and Wade Marvin of White Hall, S.C., and two great-grandsons.
              Marvin, an internationally recognized landscape architect,
              concentrated his work in the South. He was awarded numerous national
              and regional design awards. He has been recognized by his profession
              by being elected as a Fellow into the American Society of Landscape
              Architects and be receiving the ASLA's Premier Honor, the Gold Medal
              Award to be presented in September of this year.
              The state of South Carolina recognized Marvin's contributions by
              presenting him with the state's two highest honors: the Order of the
              Palmetto and inclusion in the South Carolina Hall of Fame. He was
              also recognized for his contributions to the arts with the Elizabeth
              O'Neil Verner Award presented by the S.C. Arts Commission. He was a
              member of Bethel United Methodist Church and a number of
              organizations and boards.
              After graduating from Clemson University in 1941, Marvin served as a
              Captain in the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theatre during WWII. He
              studied landscape architecture at the University of Georgia, both
              universities have recognized Marvin with distinguished Alumni honors.
              Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, June 27, 2001,
              in Live Oak Cemetery, conducted by Rev. Lee Cothran and directed by
              the FRED PARKER FUNERAL HOME. Visitation will be held at the Marvin
              home following the service. Memorials may be made to the USC
              Educational Foundation for completion of Marvin Park, P.O. box 1337,
              Walterboro, S.C. 29488.

              MILLER, Hildagarde
              Entered into eternal rest on June 25, 2001, Mrs. Hildagarde L.
              Miller, beloved wife of Mr. Melvin T. Miller, mother of Mrs. Hildy
              Gadsden, sister of Mr. Clarence Lawrence, Mr. Albert Lawrence, Mrs.
              Alma Brown and Mrs. Vera Carmichael and sister-in-law of Mr. Joseph
              L. Miller. Late residence, 543 Rutledge Ave., Charleston, S.C.
              Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 122 Logan St., 722-
              3348 or 1-800-290-5954. Funeral notice later.

              DICKERSON, Eli
              The relatives and friends of Mr. Eli Dickerson, those of his wife,
              Mrs. Helen Dickerson, children, Ronald (Andrea) Dickerson, Wililam
              (Colena) Dickerson, Catherine (Lee) Kleckley, Paula, Roberta and
              Paulette Dickerson, Paul (Wanda) Dickerson, Emily, Bernard, Angela,
              Annette, Adriene, Meredith, and Emile Dickerson, grandchildren, great
              grandchildren, sisters, Mrs. Alice Christina Johnson, Mrs. Alice
              Cummings (Earl), sisters-in-law, Mrs. Mary Dickerson, Mrs. Rebecca
              Dickerson, Mrs. Ruth Coleman (Benjamin), Mrs. Isadora White (Rev.
              Alex White), brothers-in-law, Mr. Richard Manigault (Jessie Mae), Mr.
              Samuel Manigault (Vera), aunt, Mrs. Ameta Peterson, uncle, Mr. Samuel
              Simmons (Pearline), nieces, nephews, cousins, and other dear
              relatives are invited to attend his funeral services, Thursday, June
              28, 2001, at 2 p.m. at New Bethlehem Baptist Church, 5821 Maybank
              Highway, Wadmalaw Island, S.C., Rev. Dr. Arthur White, pastor.
              Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNRALS, 722-3348, or 1-800-290-
              5954. The family will be receiving friends at the funeral home on
              Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Remains to the church on Thursday at 1
              p.m. Interment, church cemetery.

              WILLIAMS, Lucille
              Lucille Gadsden Williams, 83, of Pineville, S.C., a former housewife,
              died Thursday, June 21, 2001, in Brynmawr, Pa. The funeral will be
              held on Thursday, June 28, 2001, at 12 noon at Day Dawn Baptist
              Church, Pineville, S.C. Remains will repose at the church on
              Wednesday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Family will receive friends from 7
              to 8 p.m. Burial, directed by SCOTT'S MORTUARY, will be in Peru
              Cemetery, St. Stephen, S.C.
              Mrs. Williams was born October 15, 1918, in Berkeley County, S.C., a
              daughter of the late Isaac Gadsden and Sarah W. Johnson. Survivors
              include her children, Mrs. Sarah W. Clark, Mrs. Helen W. Tribble,
              Mrs. Essie W. Bryant, Ms. Winnifree Williams, all of Philadelphia,
              Pa., Mr. Isaac Williams of Russellville, S.C., and Mr. Terry Williams
              of Pineville, S.C.; her brother and sisters, Mr. Leon Gadsden, Mrs.
              Mable G. Governor, both of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Bertha G.
              Lessington, of New York, N.Y.

              STEEN, Jr., James
              HAMMERTON MASONIC LODGE #332 A.F.M.: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are
              invited to attend the funeral services of our late brother, James E.
              Steen, Jr., Tuesday, June 26, 2001, at 2 p.m. in CAROLINA MEMORIAL
              FUNERAL HOME. Lodge will open at 1 p.m.
              By order of: John Gregory, W.M. W.E. Lancaster, P.M. Sec.

              GUMAER, Charles
              Charles Russell Gumaer, 46, of Summerville, died June 25, 2001, at a
              Charleston hospital. Funeral services to be announced later.
              Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

              LIMEHOUSE, Bernice
              Bernice N. Limehouse, 75, of ladson, widow of the late Vincent
              Limehouse, died Monday, June 26, 2001, at a Charleston hospital.
              Funeral services will be held at Parks Funeral Home Chapel, Thursday
              morning, June 28,2 001, at 11 o'clock. Burial will be in Summerville
              Cemetery. Friends may call at Parks Funeral Home, Wednesday evening
              from 6 to 9 p.m. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to
              Ladson Baptist Tabernacle, 3670 Ladson Road, Ladson, S.C. 29456, or
              the charity of one's choice. Mrs. Limehouse was born April 21, 1926,
              in Live Oak, Fla., a daughter of the late William M. Nelson and Lula
              Davis Nelson. She was a member of Ladson Baptist Tabernacle.
              Survivors include a son, Bruce Limehouse of Ladson, three daughters,
              Cheryl L. Wiggins of Ladson, Lynn Priester of Goose Creek, and Susan
              L. Atkinson of Summerville, two sisters, Marie McGee of Coward, S.C.,
              and Ruth Matthews of Goose Creek, and two grandchildren.
              Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

              CRULL, Lucia
              The relatives and friends of Mrs. Lucia H. Crull are invited to
              attend the funeral services in Westminster Presbyterian Church, this
              Wednesday afternoon, June 27, 2001, at 2 o'clock. Interment, Live Oak
              Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST
              ASHLEY CHAPEL. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the
              American Cancer Society, 267 Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C. 29401, or
              Hospice of Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., North Charleston, S.C. 29405,
              or SPCA John Ancrum Society, 3861 Leeds Ave., Charleston, S.C. 29405.

              HUNT, Archie
              Entered into eternal rest on June 22, 2001, in Washington, D.C., Mr.
              Archie G. Hunt, beloved husband of Mrs. Elaine Hunt, devoted father
              of Messrs. Eric and Michael Hunt, and Mrs. Tarina H. Johnson. The
              beloved son of Deacon Albert W. Hunt, Jr., of Charleston, S.C.
              Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2001, at 10 a.m.
              in Nativity Catholic Church, 6000 Georgia Ave., N.W., Washington,
              D.C. (202) 726-6262. Flowers will be accepted at the church (only) or
              memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Entombment
              immediately following services. Local condolences may be sent to
              Deacon Albert W. Hunt, Jr., in c/o "Oakhaven Assisted Living
              Facility", 2333 Ashley River Road, Apt. 406-A, Charleston, S.C.
              29414. McGuire Funeral Home of Washington, D.C., is in charge of
              arrangements. Local arrangements are being professionally arranged by
              HARLESTON-BOAGS FUNERAL HOME, 122 Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C. (843)
              723-3066.

              FLEMING, Steven
              Funeral services for Steven Michael Fleming will be held at 11 a.m.,
              Wednesday (today), in CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME. Burial will
              follow in Carolina Memorial Gardens.

              SPILLANE, Golda
              Golda Daudet Spillane, 92, of Johns Island, S.C., entered into
              eternal rest on the evening of Saturday, June 23, 2001, at a local
              hospital. Mrs. Spillane was predeceased by her husband, John Anthony
              Spillane and son, John Edward Spillane, and brothers, Omer A. Daudet
              and Lysander F. Daudet. Mrs. Spillane was born in Midway, Pa., on
              May 25, 1909, beloved daughter of the late Frank P. Daudet and the
              late Olive A. Wheeler Daudet. Mrs. Spillane was a graduate of Penn
              State and California Normal Teacher's College (presently the
              University of California, Pa.) and taught 35 years in the
              Pennsylvania School System; Smith Township, Chartiers Houston
              Township and Peters Township. She was a member of Bethany United
              Methodist Church on James Island, S.C., and formerly a member of St.
              Patricks Roman Catholic Church in Canonsburg, Pa. She was a volunteer
              at St. Clair Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., and was also a member of the
              Monday Evening Professional Woman's Club in Canonsburg, Pa. Her
              favorite pastime was playing party and duplicate bridge. Surviving
              are her daughter, Patricia Topper Robertson of Seabrook Island, S.C.;
              one sister, Katherine Schilling of Wexford, Pa.; four grandchildren,
              Dr. Steven Topper of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Amy Babbitt Atkinson of
              Taylors, S.C.; Pamela Gorman of Cary, N.C.; and Douglas Topper of
              Pompano Beach, Fla.; nine great grandchildren and many nieces and
              nephews. Friends and family are invited to attend a Memorial Service
              on Wednesday, June 27, 2001, at 4 o'clock, in Bethany United
              Methodist Church, 1853 Maybank Highway, James Island, S.C. In lieu
              of flowers, memorials may be made to Bohicket Village Assisted
              Living, 3455 Bohicket Road, Johns Island, S.C. 29455. ARRANGEMENTS
              BY J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.
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                Wednesday, July 11, 2001
                Obits Summary – The Charleston Post & Courier

                Charleston County
                AMERSON, Mary L. Bagwell, 77, of Charleston, widow of Thomas J.
                Amerson, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of
                Summerville.
                BAMONTE, John D., of Mount Pleasant, a retired attorney at law,
                died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
                COARDES, Carl Robert, of North Charleston, husband of Barbara
                Coardes, died Monday. Arrangements by Suburban Funeral Home.
                McCOLLUM, James Martin, 67, of Mount Pleasant, a retired quality
                assurance manager with IBM and husband of Nancy Doolittle McCollum,
                died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
                WASHINGTON, Leola, of Mount Pleasant died Tuesday. Arrangements
                by Johnson-Halls Funeral Home.
                YOUNG, Edna Isabelle, 95, of Charleston, a former financial
                secretary with Universal C.I.T., died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's
                West Ashley Chapel.

                Berkeley County
                JEFFCOAT, Michael Ray, 47, of Hanahan died Tuesday. Arrangements
                by Stuhr's North Area Chapel of North Charleston.
                MORGAN, Kelly Elaine, 27, of Ladson died Tuesday. Arrangements
                by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.
                ROMANUS, Terry, 70, of Cross, a retired owner and operator of
                Terry Lee Enterprise, died Monday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray
                Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.

                Colleton County
                MASON, Bernice Padgett, of Ruffin, a retired librarian with the
                Colleton County School District and widow of the Rev. Gaines H.
                Mason, died Monday. Arrangements by Parker Funeral Home of Walterboro.

                Dorchester County
                PESSIER, Naomi, 97, of Summerville, widow of William F. Pessier,
                died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel of
                Charleston.
                ROBERTS, Dewey K., 82, of Summerville, a retired supervisor with
                Fapco Aluminum and husband of Ruth Roberts, died Tuesday.
                Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
                SIEGEL, Jeanne Nichols, 82, of Summerville, a retired director
                of personnel with Spartan Electronics and widow of Edward Siegel,
                died Tuesday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.

                Elsewhere
                HEWITT, Mary Gladys, 81, of Loris, a homemaker and widow of Lacy
                Hewitt, died Monday. Arrangements by Hardwick Funeral Home.
                HUDSON, Calvin L., 71, of Palestine, Texas, retired with the
                Navy, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Herrington/-Land of Memory
                Funeral Home.
                GRAHAM, Elvira McClam, 80, of Lake City, a farmer, retired
                employee with T.S. Ragsdale and widow of Hodges R. Graham, died
                Monday. Arrangements by Samuels and Richardson Funeral Home.
                MAZYCK, James, 29, of Hillside, N.J., died Sunday. Arrangements
                by Eutawville Community Funeral Home of Eutawville, S.C.
                McMICHEN, Russell Durell, 76, of Winter Park, Fla., a retired
                forester, died Friday. Arrangements by Sauls Funeral Home of
                Ridgeland, S.C.
                PLOWDEN, James Covert Jr., 82, of Manning, the owner of Manning
                Insurance Agency and husband of Colleen Kent Plowden, died Monday.
                Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home.
                WEAVER, Theron, 57, of Hemingway died Sunday. Arrangements by
                Nesmith-Pinckney Funeral Home.
                WILSON, Mary Ann Fulmore, 69, of Kingstree died Monday.
                Arrangements by Dimery & Rogers Funeral Home.
                WINKELER, Mark Anthony Jr., 19, of Dillon died Tuesday.
                Arrangements by Cooper Funeral Home.


                Obits Detail

                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MAZYCK, Florence
                Entered into eternal rest on July 8, 2001, Mrs. Florence Capers
                Mazyck of 2425 Potomac View Court, Grayson, Ga.; formerly of Awendaw,
                S.C. The beloved wife of Mr. Henry (Pete) Mazyck, Grayson, Ga.;
                daughter of the late Alonzo and Alice M. Capers. Mother of Sabrina
                Simone Jenkins of Englewood, N.J., and Michelle Alice Mazyck of
                Hackensack, N.J. Grandmother of Kenya Simone Eatman. Sister of Susie
                Capers Currie, Frederick Capers, Benjamin Capers, John Capers, Levi
                Capers, the late Georgette Capers Hazel and Leon Capers. The family
                will be receiving friends at the home of Mr. David Washington, 2377
                Hwy. 17 North, Mount Pleasant, S.C. Funeral notice later.
                Arrangements by the JOHNSON-HALLS FUNERAL HOME.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                WASHINGTON, Leola
                Entered into eternal rest on July 10, 2001, Mrs. Leola (Smiley)
                Washington, of 1081 South Shadow Drive, Mount Pleasant, S.C.; the
                beloved daughter of Mrs. Natalie W. Wright; mother of Hester, Karen,
                Henry, Spencer, and Quintin Washington, all of Mount Pleasant, S.C.;
                sister of William G. Wright of Newark, N.J., Joseph Wright, Newark,
                N.J., Isaac Wright of Brooklyn, N.Y., Virgnia Washington of Queens,
                N.Y., Ella Robinson, Estell Washington, and Martha Washington, all of
                Mount Pleasant, S.C. The family will be receiving friends at 2211
                Rifle Range Road, Mount Pleasant, S.C. Funeral notice later.
                Arrangements by JOHNSON-HALLS FUNERAL HOME.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MORGAN, Kelly
                Kelly Elaine Morgan, 27, of Ladson, died Tuesday, July 10, 2001, at
                her residence.
                Graveside funeral services will be held at Greenlawn Memorial Park in
                Wilmington, N.C., Thursday afternoon, July 12, 2001, at 3 o'clock.
                Friends may call at PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C., this
                Wednesday evening from 6 to 9 o'clock.
                In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Brianna Morgan Trust
                Fund, Acct. 205138, at any local Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union.
                Ms. Morgan was born on November 21, 1973, in Wilmington, N.C., a
                daughter of Lynn Morgan and the late June Grumbles Morgan. She was a
                member of the Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
                Survivors include her father and step-mother, Lynn Morgan and Darlene
                Higdon, both of Bradenton, Fla.; one daughter, Brianna Morgan, of
                Ladson; two sisters, Rose Ann Jones, of Florida, and Suzy Callender,
                of Ladson; and four brothers, Brad Morgan, of Charleston, Robert
                Higdon, of Florence, S.C., Charles Higdon, of Florida and Jeff
                Morgan, of Kentucky.
                Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MCCOLLUM, James
                James "Jim" McCollum, 67, retired Quality Assurance Manager of IBM
                and husband of Nancy D. McCollum of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., died Tuesday,
                July 10, 2001, in a local hospital. The relatives and friends of Mr.
                and Mrs. James "Jim" McCollum are invited to attend the Mass of
                Christian Burial of the former, Thursday morning, July 12, 2001, in
                Stella Maris Catholic Church, at 9 o'clock. Prayers of Final
                Commendation and Farewell follow in Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens.
                Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL,
                Wednesday evening from 6 until 8 o'clock. There will be a Christian
                Wake Service at 6 o'clock.
                Mr. McCollum was born in Beacon, N.Y., the son of the late James
                Joseph and Veronica Cahill McCollum. He was a member of VFW Post
                3137, Isle of Palms, Beacon Pop Warner Football League Coach, member
                of Dutchess Co. Fast Pitch Softball Hall of Fame, Former, C.Y.O.,
                Basketball Coach. He held a Black Belt in Karate, was a former Cart
                Man for Snee Farm Country Club and a U.S. Navy Veteran.
                Surviving are his wife, Nancy Doolittle McCollum of Mt. Pleasant,
                S.C., three sons, James M. McCollum, Jr., and wife, Ann Marie, all of
                Beacon, N.Y., three daughters, Terri Robinson and husband, James of
                Goshen, N.Y., Donna Flannery and husband, James of Rock Tavern, N.Y.,
                and Paula Foss of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., 12 grandchildren and four great
                grandchildren.
                Memorials may be made to the Charlesotn County EMS, 4045 Bridgeview
                Drive, North Charleston, S.C. 29405, or Mount Pleasant Fire
                Department, 100 Ann Edwards Lane, Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MCMICHEN, Russell
                Russell Durell McMichen, 76, of Winter Park, Fla., died Friday, July
                6, 2001, in a Winter Park nursing home after a long illness.
                He was born January 21, 1925, in Dallas, Ga., the son of the late
                James Russell McMichen and the late Rachel Louise Tulula Poole. He
                was a forester by profession and a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal
                Church, Grahamville, S.C. He was a retired Forester - Okeetee Club,
                retired from Union Camp Corporation, a graduate of Florida State
                University, and a graduate of Florida Tech. He was an U.S. Army
                veteran of W.W.I.
                Survivors include, two sons, James D. McMichen, Orlando, Fla., and
                Richard E. McMichen, Easley, S.C.; three brothers, B.L. McMichen,
                Cecil McMichen, and Alton McMichen, all of Orlando, Fla.; two
                grandchildren, Donald E. Walker, Jr., and Cecilee J. McMichen.
                Services will be at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Friday, July 13,
                2001, at 11 a.m. Burial in Grahamville Cemetery, Ridgeland, S.C.
                Visitation will be Thursday, July 12, 2001, from 6 to 8 p.m., at
                SAULS FUNERAL HOME, RIDGELAND.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                ROMANUS, Terry
                Anthony Joseph "Terry" Romanus, 70, of Shortcut Road, Cross, S.C.,
                owner and operator of Terry Lee Enterprise, died Monday in a
                Charleston hospital.
                The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Romanus are invited to
                attend a Funeral Mass for the former, 11 a.m., Thursday morning, July
                12, 2001, in the St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church, Moncks Corner,
                S.C. Final Farewell and Commendation will be held at Plantation
                Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME,
                MONCKS CORNER, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 11, 2001,
                where a Christian Wake Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Flowers will
                be accepted or memorials may be made to the St. Philip Benizi
                Catholic Church Building Fund.
                Mr. Romanus was born February 2, 1930, in Utica, N.Y., a son of John
                Joseph Romanus and Nagy Koury Romanus. He was an Army veteran and
                served in the 82nd Airborne Division. He was a member of St. Philip
                Benizi Catholic Church.
                Surviving are, his wife, Myrtle Jennings Romanus; five daughters,
                Karen Peek of James Island, Julia Brown of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Toni
                Kay Romanus of Goose Creek, Teresa Surprenant and Nita Gilbert, both
                of Cross; one son, Terry Lee Romanus, Jr., of Cross; one sister, Mary
                Chamberlain of Port St. Lucy, Fla.; eight grandchildren and three
                great-grandchildren.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                AMERSON, Mary
                Mary L. Bagwell Amerson, 77, of Charleston, widow of Thomas James
                Amerson, died Tuesday morning in a Charleston hospital.
                Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 12, 2001, at 10 o'clock
                in Rantowles Baptist Church. Burial will be held at 2 o'clock,
                Thursday, in Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, S.C.
                Friends may call James A. Dyal Funeral Home, Summerville, from 6
                until 8 o'clock this evening.
                In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to American Lung
                Association, 1941 Savage Road, Suite 200-A, Charleston, S.C. 29407,
                or to a charity of one's choice.
                Born on January 29, 1924, in Union, S.C., a daughter of the late
                David Horace Bagwell and Nan Bailey Bagwell.
                She was a graduate of Cross Anchor High School in Union, S.C. She was
                a retired Executive Secretary. She attended Rantowles Baptist Church.
                Surviving are, three daughters, Katherine Bradway of Gerton, N.C.,
                Mary Anne Morgan of Greenville, S.C., Lynn Postell of Ravenel, S.C.;
                two sons, Robert Bradley Amerson of Birmingham, Ala., Marvin Phillip
                Amerson of Charleston, S.C.; 12 grandchildren, ten great-
                grandchildren; one brother, Roy Ernell Bagwell of Missoula, Mont.
                Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
                SUMMERVILLE, S.C.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                PLOWDEN, JR., James
                MANNING - James Covert Plowden, Jr., 82, died Monday in Sandpiper
                Convalescent Center in Mt. Pleasant.
                Born May 4, 1919, in Manning, he was a son of the late James C.
                Plowden, Sr., and the late Ethel Wells Plowden. He was a graduate of
                Georgia Military Academy and attended Erskine. He was the owner of
                Manning Insurance Agency. He served as a Sgt. in the U.S. Army during
                W.W.II. He was a charter member of Deacon Emeritus of New Covenant
                Presbyterian Church. He was a member of Williams-Burgess American
                Legion Post #68, where he served as Commander. He was a member of the
                Home Lake Club and the Wilson-Nelson Hunting Club.
                He is survived by his wife, Colleen Kent Plowden; one son, James
                Covert Plowden, III; a sister, Ethel Plowden McElveen of Kingstree;
                and a granddaughter, Laura Kent Plowden of Charleston.
                Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, in New Covenant
                Presbyterian Church. Rev. Charlie Tyler will officiate. Burial will
                follow in Manning Cemetery.
                The family will receive friends on Friday evening at the residence.
                Memorials may be made to New Covenant Presbyterian Church Building
                Fund.
                STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME OF MANNING is in charge of the arrangements.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                SIEGEL, Jeanne
                Summerville - Mrs. Jeanne Nichols Siegel, 82, of 212 Wilson Dr.,
                Summerville, died Tuesday in a Charleston hospital.
                The funeral will be at 3 pm Thursday, July 13, 2001 at the graveside
                in Memorial Park Cemetery, Orangeburg directed by Avinger Funeral
                Home, Holly Hill.
                Mrs. Siegel was born in Norwalk, Conn. a daughter of the late Ray
                Frank Nichols and Teressa Dumas Nichols. She was a retired Director
                of Personnel at Spartan Electronics. She was a Roman Catholic and the
                widow of Edward Siegel.
                Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Alice S. DeLonge of Summerville;
                two sons, Stephen J. Siegel of Triangle, Va., and E. Courtney Siegel
                of Atlanta, Ga; three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Wells of Longwood, Fla.,
                Mrs. Barbara Nickel and Mrs. Susan Salley of Orangeburg; 7
                grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                COARDES, Carl
                Entered into eternal rest on July 9, 2001, Mr. Carl Robert Coardes,
                the beloved husband of Mrs. Barbara Coardes; father of Cerano
                Harrison, Chasity Coardes and Carlisha Coardes, son of the late
                Washington Coardes and Evangelist Rebecca Deas; brother of Reginald
                Coardes, Richard, Coardes, Robert Coardes, Keith Coardes, Kenneth
                Coardes, Delores Deas, Evelyn Warren, Clayretta Nelson and Wendy
                Coardes. Late residence, 1102 Leesville St., Apt. A, North
                Charleston, S.C. Funeral notice later. ARRANGEMENTS BY SUBURBAN
                FUNERAL HOME, INC.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                GREEN, David
                The relatives and friends of Mr. David Green and those of his wife
                Mrs. Michelle Green; those of his children, Veronica Ahee (Nigel),
                Darlene Seabrook (Harold), Shaundell Smalls, Brian Sampson; those of
                his brother and sisters, Janett Reeder, Emma Green, Eleanor G. Ray,
                Cleveland Green (Ida), Vivian George, Sarah Holliy (Oscar), Virginia
                Gaddist (Leon), Joanne Jones (Alfred), a special friend, Hazel
                Pringle, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins are invited to
                attend his home-going services on Thursday, July 12, 2001, 2 p.m., at
                Zion Pilgrim D.O.C. Church, Ridgeville, S.C. Rev. M. Brown,
                presiding. Interment, church cemetery. Mr. Green will lie-in-state
                this evening from 4 to 8 p.m. at AIKEN-CAPERS FUNERAL HOME. Phone 873-
                2310.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                HAGERTY, Mary
                The relatives and friends of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Flemming Hagerty and
                family are invited to attend the Memorial Mass for Mary L. Hagerty at
                11 a.m., Wednesday, July 11, 2001, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. A
                Celebration of her life will take place at the family residence after
                the Memorial Mass. The Rite of Committal will be private. In lieu of
                flowers, memorials may be made to the Mary L. Hagerty Fund, The
                Community Foundation, 90 Mary St., Charleston, S.C. 29403.
                Arrangements by JAMES A. MCALISTER FUNERAL HOME, 1620 SAVANNAH HWY.
                766-1365.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                YOUNG, E. Isabelle
                Entered into eternal rest on the evening of July 9, 2001, E. Isabelle
                Young. Residence, Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends are
                invited to attend her memorial services in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST
                ASHLEY CHAPEL, Friday morning, July 13, 2001, at 11 o'clock.
                Interment will be private. Friends may call at Stuhr's West Ashley
                Chapel, Friday morning from 10 o'clock until time of service.
                Miss Young was born in Manning, S.C., the daughter of Thomas McMillan
                Young and Jessie Addison Young. She was a financial secretary with
                Universal C.I.T. She was a children's Sunday school teacher with
                Citadel Square Baptist Church for many years. She was a graduate of
                Manning High School.
                Surviving are two nieces, Sally Proctor Evitt of Charleston, S.C.,
                and Ruth Nell Brown Cundy of Lawndale, Calif.; one nephew, Gerald
                Allen Proctor of Forrest Grove, Oreg.; several grandnieces and
                nephews and great-grandnieces and nephews.
                In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Child Development
                Center of Ashley River Baptist Church, 1101 Savannah Hwy.,
                Charleston, S.C. 29407.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                GRANT, Alefine
                The relatives and friends of Mrs. Alefine Grant, (daughter of the
                late Mr. and Mrs. Sam Green), those of her children, Lula Mae
                Jackson, Leroy Grant, Solomon Grant, Rebecca Drayton, Issac Grant,
                Pamela Drayton, Charles Grant, sisters, Mary Chaplin, Rebecca
                Campbell, Mattie Denny, brothers-in-law, Willie Campbell,
                grandchildren, great-grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews,
                special friend, Ms. Warren, are invited to attend her funeral service
                on Wednesday, July 11, 2001, 12 noon at Allen AME Church, Peterfields
                Road, Hollywood, S.C. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS,
                YONGES ISLAND CHAPEL, 7173 Hwy. 162 Yonges Island, S.C. 889-9181 or 1-
                800-290-5954. Remains to the church on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
                Interment, New Jerusalem AME Cemetery, Wadmalaw Island, S.C.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MILLER, JR., William
                Entered into eternal rest on the evening of July 8, 2001, William
                Clyde Miller, Jr., M.D., husband of Doris (Doty) Renken Miller,
                residence, Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends of Dr. and Mrs.
                William Clyde Miller, Jr., are invited to attend the funeral services
                of the former in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, Thursday,
                July 12, 2001, at 11 o'clock. Interment, Bethany Cemetery. Friends
                may call at Stuhr's Downtown Chapel, Wednesday evening between 6 and
                8 o'clock.
                Dr. Miller, Jr., was born December 25, 1925, in Salisbury, N.C., the
                son of William Clyde Miller and Rebecca Connelly Miller. He was a
                graduate of the Citadel and the Medical University of South Carolina.
                He retired from the MUSC as a Professor of Psychiatry. His
                memberships included American Psychiatric Association (Fellow),
                Southern Psychiatric Association (Fellow), the Widows and Orphans
                Society and the Coastal Carolina Orchid Society. He was a lecturer-
                consultant in Neuropsychiatry at the Charleston Naval Hospital from
                1967 to 1970, an Attending in Psychiatry at the Charleston Veteran
                Administration Hospital from 1967-1994. He served with the U.S.
                Marine Corp during W.W.II and was a retired Lt. Col. with the U.S.
                Army Reserve.
                He is survived by his wife of Charleston, S.C.; two sons, David
                Diedrich Miller of Easley, S.C., and Major Robert Connelly Miller,
                USAF, of Montgomery, Ala.; one daughter, Amy Lynn Schaefer of Cary,
                N.C., and eight grandchildren.
                Memorials may be made to the Diabetic Research Fund, c/o Health
                Science Foundation, P.O. Box 250450, Charleston, S.C. 29425, or St.
                Matthew's Lutheran Church, 405 King St., Charleston, S.C. 29401.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                BRITT, Timothy
                GEORGETOWN - Timothy L. (Timmy) Britt, 33, an employee with Pangborn,
                Inc., of Georgetown, died Sunday, July 8, 2001, at a Georgetown
                hospital.
                Funeral services will be held Wednesday, July 11, 2001, at 2 p.m. in
                Rhems Pentecostal Holiness Church. Officiating will be Rev. Jack Todd
                and Rev. Aldon Johnson. Burial, directed by GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME, will
                follow in Mt. Calvary Pentecostal Holiness Church Cemetery in
                Macedonia.
                He was born September 27, 1967, in Georgetown County, a son of Roy
                Lavon Britt and the late Patricia Ann Huggins Britt.
                He was a 1987 graduate of Andrews High School and enjoyed golf and
                following NASCAR as his hobbies. He attended Rhems Pentecostal
                Holiness Church.
                Surviving are, his father of Georgetown; his maternal grandmother,
                Annie Huggins of Georgetown; four brothers, Bobby Britt, Neal Britt,
                Freddie Britt, and Kevin Britt, all of Georgetown and ten nieces and
                nephews.
                He was predeceased by another brother, Jason Britt in 1979.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MASON, Bernice
                RUFFIN - Bernice Padgett Mason, the wife of the late Rev. Gaines
                Harrell Mason, died Monday, July 9, in Spartanburg, S.C. The funeral
                will be at 10 a.m., Thursday, at the Pine Grove Baptist Church #1
                near Walterboro. Interment will follow in the Live Oak Cemetery. The
                family will receive friends at the FRED PARKER FUNERAL HOME on
                Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
                Mrs. Mason was born in Ruffin and was a daughter of Hansford Duncan
                Padgett and Lilly Thomas Padgett. She was a graduate of the Ruffin
                School System and Winthrop College in Rock Hill. She studied library
                science at the University of South Carolina.
                During her husband's ministry, she was active in many phases of
                church work. She was well known as his faithful partner in the
                ministry. She has been both an organist and a pianist in the churches
                her husband served. She was director of Women's Missionary Union in
                three associations, Savannah River Association, Lexington
                Association, and Colleton Association. Her published writings
                appeared in church bulletins that were used throughout the Southern
                Baptist Convention. Church members also enjoyed her flower arranging
                skills.
                Mrs. Mason was a former public school teacher and librarian. She
                retired as a librarian from the Colleton County School System. She
                was a member of the Pine Grove Baptist Church #1, Walterboro.
                Survivors are a son and daughter-in-law, Gaines Harrell and Jane
                Mason, Spartanburg; two daughters and sons-in-law, Mary Beth and Ed
                Brown, Athens, Ga.; Kathleen and Bill Bryan, Cleveland, Ga.; three
                grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
                Memorials may be made to Pine Grove Baptist Church #1, 99 Pine Grove
                Road, Walterboro, S.C. 29488.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                BROWN, Sarah
                Sarah Carter Brown, 83, the wife of the late Dr. Julius W. Brown, of
                Bamberg, S.C., died the morning of July 6, 2001, at her residence.
                Mrs. Brown was born June 1, 1918, in Bamberg, S.C., the daughter of
                the late Bert Dean Carter and the late Sarah Elizabeth Roberts
                Carter. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Bamberg, S.C. She
                graduated in 1942 from Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga. She was a
                homemaker and a member of Apollo Music Club of Bamberg, the Charles
                Pinckney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was
                also an avid golfer at Paw Paw Country Club, Bamberg, S.C. She
                enjoyed playing bridge.
                Funeral services will be Wednesday, July 11, 2001, at 11 a.m., in
                First Baptist Church in Bamberg, S.C. Burial in South End Cemetery
                with Rev. David Pohto officiating. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m.,
                Tuesday, July 10, 2001, at COONER FUNERAL HOME, Bamberg, S.C.
                Survivors include, two daughters, Carla Brown Rhodes of Sykesville,
                Md., Elizabeth Brown Dear of Madison, Miss.; two sons-in-law, William
                J. Rhodes and S. Kent Dear; grandsons, Robert Winston Brown of
                Jackson, Miss., William Bryan Rhodes of Sykesville, Md.; one daughter-
                in-law, Barbara Butler Brown of Houston, Miss.; grandsons, Steven
                Kent Dear, Jr., of Lakeland, Fla., Lewis Clinton Dear of Jackson,
                Miss.; one sister, Berte Dean Howell of Fayetville, N.C.; one nephew,
                Alphonso Avery Howell, III, of Valdosta, Ga.; three great-
                grandchildren. She was preceded in death by hers on, Julius Winston
                Brown, Jr., of Houston, Miss.
                Memorials may be made to Apollo Music Club, P.O. Box, 445 Bamberg,
                S.C. 29003, in the name of Elizabeth Carter Scholarship Fund.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals

                RICHARDSON, Dorothy
                The relatives and friends of Mrs. Dorothy Moultrie Richardson are
                invited to attend her funeral service Thursday, July 12, 2001 in
                Morris Street Baptist Church, 25 Morris St. Rev. Dr. A.R. Blake,
                pastor. Interment Services Red Top Community Cemetery. Viewing for
                Mrs. Moultrie-Richardson will be Wednesday 1:00 to 5:30 p.m. at the
                Hollywood Chapel. The Christian Wake will begin 7 p.m. in St. John's
                Baptist Church, Hughes Rd. (Red Top).
                She is survived by her daughters, Barbara V. Nelson and Frances P.
                Horsley (Robert); grandchildren, Leonard L. Nelson (Geraldine), Dr.
                Anthony C. Nelson, Belinda Hsia (John), Portia Seabrook (Leroy),
                Dorothy White (James) and SSG. Robert L. Horsley; seven great-
                grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter; her brother, Clarence
                Moultrie; cousins, Mrs. Helen J. Aiken, Mrs. Mary J. Wright and Mrs.
                Claretta Cash, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral
                arrangements by DOROTHY'S HOME FOR FUNERALS.



                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                VON LINSOWE, Sally
                The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Von Lin sowe are
                invited to attend the Memorial Services of the latter in Grace
                Christian Fellowship Church, Manning, South Carolina this (WEDNESDAY)
                afternoon, July11, 2001 at One o'clock. Arrangements by J. HENRY
                STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, N. Charleston, SC.
                No Flowers, please. Memorial contributions are to be sent to: Grace
                Christian Fellowship Church Bldg. Fund, in Memory of Sally J. Hjelta
                Price Von Lin sowe, P.O. Box 95, Manning, SC 29102.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                PAYNE, George
                George Jay, entered into eternal rest on the morning of July 8, 2001,
                George Jay Payne, Lieutenant, United States Navy (Retired), husband
                of Emily Virginia Daley Payne. Residence, North Charleston, South
                Carolina. The relatives and friends of Lieutenant and Mrs. George Jay
                Payne are invited to attend the funeral services of the former in J.
                HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, this Wednesday morning,
                July 11, 2001 at eleven o'clock. Interment with Military Honors will
                be held in Beaufort National Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. Friends may call
                at STUHR'S GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL. Lieutenant Payne was born in New
                York City, NY., on August 23, 1924, the son of George Alford Payne
                and Patricia Amelia Bohrman Payne. He was a veteran of WWII, the
                Korean War, and Viet Nam., Lt. Payne graduated from Trident Technical
                College and was a member of the following: Fleet Reserve Association,
                L. Mendel Rivers No.50 Branch, USS Everglades Association Reunion,
                USS San Marcos Association Reunion, ICPOA Association, The Retired
                Officer's Association, Members of World War's, Hammerton Lodge No.332
                A.F.M., Scottish Rite, York Rite Bodies, Omar Temple Shrine,
                Dorchester Shrine, "Club", Gentlemen of the Creek, Past President of
                Trident Shrine Association, Past President of Square and Level Club,
                Past President of Sojourners, Life member of Keystone Kops, National
                Rifle Association, AARP, Senior Friends, Life Member of Live Oak
                Hunting Club and The Charleston Rifle Club.
                Surviving are his wife of North Charleston, one son, Charles George
                Payne of Rockingham, N.C., three grandsons, Charles George Payne,
                Jr., Aaron Jay Payne, William George Payne, and six great-
                grandchildren.
                Memorials may be made to Hospice Care of Choice, 410 Mill Street,
                Suite 301, Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 29464 or to a charity of one's choice.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                JOWERS, Cecil
                ORANGE-CHARLES TOWNE NO.14, A.F.M.: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS: You are
                invited to attend the Graveside Memorial Service on Wednesday, July
                11, 2001 at 11 AM., in the US National Cemetry, Beaufort SC., to pay
                our last Tribute of Respect to our deceased brother Cecil Jowers. The
                Lodge will be open at 9 AM.
                By Order Of:
                George Lloyd Johnson,
                PM, WM
                William D. Johnson,
                PM., Secty.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                SNIPES, Kyle
                The relatives and friends of Stephen Kyle Snipes are invited to
                attend his funeral services Wednesday at three o'clock in Harborview
                Presbyterian Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call
                at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.
                Memorial may be made to Harborview Presbyterian Church, 900
                Harborview Road, Charleston, SC 29412.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                SPIVEY, RAY
                The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Spivey are invited
                to attend the funeral services of the former, Wednesday at ten
                o'clock in Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. Interment, Holy Cross
                Cemetery.
                Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 5900 Core Road,
                Suite #504, North Charleston, SC 29406. Arrangements by J. HENRY
                STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.


                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                MORGAN, Edith
                The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Morgan, Sr. are
                invited to attend the funeral services of the latter, in the First
                Baptist Church of Bonneau, 108 West Church St., Bonneau, S.C.,
                Thursday afternoon at one thirty o'clock. Interment, Carolina
                Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this Wednesday evening at J. HENRY
                STUHR, INC. GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL between six and eight o'clock.

                Memorial may be made to Hospice of Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., North
                Charleston, SC 29405.

                Category: Obituaries
                Classification: Funerals
                WILLER, Yeatman
                The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Yeatman Willer are invited
                to attend the funeral services of the former in J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
                WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL, Wednesday morning, July 11, 2001 at 10:30
                O'clock. Entombment, Live Oak Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at
                J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY CHAPEL.
                In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The American heart
                Association of SC, 215 East Bay Street, Suite 204, Charleston, SC
                29401.
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                  Wednesday, July 25, 200
                  Obits Summary - The Charleston Post & Courier
                  Compiled by The Post and Courier staff

                  Charleston County
                  EADY, Pearl B., of James Island, widow of Charlie Eady, died
                  Tuesday. Arrangements by Wm.M. Smith Funeral Home of Charleston.
                  IVEY, Anthony J., 15, of Charleston, died Monday. Arrangements
                  by Scott's Mortuary of Moncks Corner.
                  JOHNSON, William, of Charleston, husband of Luevinia M. Johnson,
                  died Tuesday. Arrangements by Pasley's Mortuary.
                  JONES, Frances Smith, 78, of North Charleston, a homemaker and
                  widow of Willie M. Jones, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's
                  Greenridge Road Chapel.
                  MAXWELL-LONEY, Gloria, of Mount Pleasant died Tuesday.
                  Arrangements by Dorothy's Funeral Home of Charleston.
                  MIRABELLA, Richard A. Jr., 21, of James Island died Tuesday.
                  Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.
                  SEASE, Laura, of North Charleston, wife of William Sease, died
                  Tuesday. Arrangements by Fielding Funeral Home.
                  STROBEL, Dorothy Burrus, 79, of Charleston, wife of James W.
                  Strobel, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel.
                  TAYLOR, Courtney Laine, 18, of Mount Pleasant died Monday.
                  Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's East Cooper Chapel.
                  VADEN, Charles B., of Charleston, production manager with USCOA
                  International in St. George, died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A.
                  McAlister Funeral Home.

                  Berkeley County
                  WAY, Marion Louise Clayton, 82, of Goose Creek, widow of William
                  B. Way, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of
                  Summerville.

                  Colleton County
                  DRAWDY, Yvette Maxey, 80, of Walterboro died Monday.
                  Arrangements by Herndon and Sons Funeral Home.

                  Dorchester County
                  BOYKIN, Jacob Palmer, of Summerville, the infant son of Barry
                  Dearborn and Relea Carole Walton, died Monday. Arrangements by Parks
                  Funeral Home.
                  FARMER, Nell Pitts, 88, of Summerville, widow of Hewlett J.
                  Farmer, died Monday. Arrangements by Blyth Funeral Home of Greenwood.
                  PRINGLE, Mamie Louise, 48, of Reevesville, wife of the Rev. Clay
                  R. Pringle, died Saturday. Arrangements by Brown and Son Funeral Home
                  of St. George.
                  WILLIAMS, Virginia Pauline, 84, of Summerville, widow of Ronald
                  Williams, died Monday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home.

                  Elsewhere
                  BAZEN, Carolyn Kiser, 80, of Pamplico, widow of Olin E. Bazen,
                  died Tuesday. Arrangements by Morris Funeral Home of Hemingway.
                  GROOMS, Delories L., 71, of Cayce, a retired employee with
                  BellSouth Telephone Co. and wife of William R. Grooms, died Monday.
                  Arrangements by Culler-McAlhany Funeral Home of North.
                  HALL, Frances Ann, of Columbia died Monday. Arrangements by
                  Gethers Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
                  HUGGINS, Gertrude Lewis, 90, of Hemingway, widow of Joseph P.
                  Huggins, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Morris Funeral Home.
                  O'QUINN, Peggy M., 56, of Seabrook died Sunday. Arrangements by
                  Anderson Funeral Home of Beaufort.
                  RILEY, Laura, 89, of Hardeeville died Tuesday. Arrangements by
                  Bostick Funeral Home of Ridgeland.
                  SHARPE, Mary Drawdy, 79, of Varnville, a former lab and X-ray
                  technician with Hampton Hospital and widow of Mack Sharpe, died
                  Monday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden's Hampton Chapel.
                  STILES, Donald W., 69, of Eutawville, commander of VFW Post
                  10980 and husband of Phyllis Stiles, died Monday. Arrangements by
                  McAlister-Smith's Goose Creek Chapel.
                  TAYLOR, Sandra Dean, 40, of Lake City died Sunday. Arrangements
                  by Samuels and Richardson Funeral Home.
                  WOLOWICZ, Richard, 67, of Madison, Wis., and formerly of
                  Summerville, S.C., husband of Arlene A. Nee Petrick, died Monday.
                  Arrangements by Colonial-Wojciechowski Funeral Home of Chicago.

                  Obit Details

                  MAXWELL-LONEY, G.
                  Entered into eternal rest, Tuesday, July 24, 2001, Mrs. Gloria
                  Maxwell Loney of 2106 Mt. Pleasant St. She is the beloved daughter of
                  Mrs. Martha Maxwell and the late Mr. Nathan Maxwell, beloved mother
                  of Tarka Loney; sister of Virginia Ivery (Lonnie), Lynett Harris
                  (Maurice), Ernestine Manigault, Anna Maxwell, Nathaniel Maxwell
                  (Marian) and Earl Maxwell (Brenda). Friends may visit at 41 Line St.
                  Funeral arrangements will be announced by DOROTHY'S HOME FOR FUNERALS.

                  WOLOWICZ, Richard
                  Richard S. Wolowicz, age 67, dearest husband of Arlene A. nee
                  Petrick, loving father of Richard J., C.P.D., and Susan Marie
                  (Philip) Emery, beloved grandfather of Noah, fond brother of Joseph
                  (Lorraine), Dolores (Stanley) Kijek, and the late Lorraine (William)
                  Broderdorf, uncle of many nieces and nephews.
                  Funeral services will be Friday, July 27, 9:30 am., from Colonial-
                  Wojciechowski Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee Ave., to Queen of All
                  Saints Basilica Church Mass, 10 a.m. Interment private.
                  Visitation, Thursday, 2 to 9 p.m. Memorials to St. Theresa the Little
                  Flower Catholic Church, 11001 Dorchester Road, Summerville, S.C.
                  29485.
                  For more information, call 773-774-0366, or to express your thoughts
                  and condolences at our online memorial book at
                  www.parksidechapels.com.

                  JOHNSON, William
                  Entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, July 24, 2001, Mr. William (the
                  one and only singing son) Johnson, Sr., beloved husband of Mrs.
                  Luevinia M. Johnson, beloved father of Rev. Cora Lee Toomer
                  (Norwood), Shirley J. McPherson (Rev. Samuel), William, Jr. (Betty),
                  Earl (Ann), Bernard (Michell), Robert (Tonya), Samuel (Brenda) and
                  Ernest Johnson (Connie), brother of Mrs. Beatrice Powells of Bronx,
                  N.Y. Funeral notice later, friends may call at PASLEY'S MORTUARY,
                  1115 5th Ave., Maryville, 571-2300.

                  WHITE, Esther
                  Esther Bonnie White, 41, of Moncks Corner, S.C., a former employee of
                  Dupont and the Dorchester County Board of Disabilities and Special
                  Needs, died Friday, July 20, 2001.
                  The funeral will be held on Thursday, July 26, 2001, at 11 a.m., at
                  Holy Rock Baptist Church, St. Stephen, S.C. Burial, directed by
                  SCOTT'S MORTUARY, INC., will be in Peru Cemetery.
                  Ms. White was born April 17, 1960, in New York to Mrs. Annie Davis
                  White and Mr. Tony Dawkins.
                  Survivors include, her daughter, Ms. Devon White of Moncks Corner,
                  S.C.; her mother, Mrs. Annie Davis White of East Elmhurst, N.Y.; her
                  father, Mr. Tony Dawkins of Corono, N.Y.; her sisters, Mrs. Rebecca
                  L. Sampson of Freeport, N.Y., and Ms. Inetha White of East Elmhurst,
                  N.Y.; and a host of other relatives and friends.

                  TAYLOR, Courtney
                  Courtney Laine Taylor, 18, of Mount Pleasant, S.C., died Monday, July
                  23. Born in Charleston, August 29, 1982, a daughter of Richard
                  Raymond Taylor, Jr., and Mary Clarkin Taylor. Courtney loved life,
                  cared for animals of all kinds and had a passion for horses. The
                  relatives and friends of Courtney L. Taylor are invited to attend her
                  Funeral Service, 11 a.m., Thursday, July 26, 2001, in St. Marks
                  Lutheran Church, Palm Boulevard, Isle of Palms, S.C. Friends may call
                  between the hours of 5 and 8 p.m., Wednesday, at MCALISTER-SMITH
                  FUNERAL HOME, EAST COOPER CHAPEL, 1520 Rifle Range Road, 884-3833.
                  The Rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. Burial will be in Mount
                  Pleasant Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Survivors include, her parents
                  Richard Raymond Taylor, Jr., and Mary Clarkin Taylor of Mount
                  Pleasant, S.C., one sister, Sarah Taylor Harold, brother-in-law,
                  Marcus Harold, a niece, Mary Brenna Harold, all of Summerville, S.C.
                  Maternal grandmother, Helen C. Clarkin of Isle of Palms, S.C., God-
                  mother, Eunice Kearney of Charleston, aunts and uncles, Dennis P.
                  Clarkin, Jr., of Mount Pleasant, Vicki T. Woods of Goose Creek and D.
                  Elaine Taylor of Charleston. Memorial contributions may be made to
                  Pet Helpers, 1430 Folly Road, James Island, S.C. 29312.

                  BARRON, Clarence
                  Clarence James Barron, 93, of Summerville, died Sunday morning at his
                  residence.
                  Memorial services will be Thursday, at 2 p.m., at St. Paul's
                  Episcopal Church in Summerville. Burial will be in he church
                  cemetery, directed by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME OF SUMMERVILLE.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Paul's Episcopal
                  Church Building Fund, 111 Waring St., Summerville, S.C. 29483.
                  He was born September 9, 1907, in River Rouge, Mich., a son of the
                  late Israel C. Barron and Agnes Clophe Pitre Barron.
                  He was a 30-year at-large veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, serving in
                  Dearborn, Mich. He was a retired automobile salesman. He was a member
                  of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
                  Surviving are, wife, Elaine J. Barron of Summerville, S.C.; step-son,
                  Thomas Joseph Brandon of Ravenel, S.C.; step-daughter, Patricia
                  Bentley of Boyne City, Mich.; grandson, Jason James Brandon of
                  Ravenel, S.C.; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, seven
                  great-great grandchildren.

                  BAYLES, Daniel
                  Daniel Earl Bayles, 49, of Summerville, S.C., died July 22, 2001, at
                  a Summerville hospital.
                  Funeral services will be held at Parks Funeral Home Chapel, Thursday
                  evening, July 26, 2001, at 6 o'clock. Friends may call at PARKS
                  FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C., this Wednesday evening from 7 to 9
                  o'clock.
                  Mr. Bayles was born December 16, 1951, in Washington, Pa., a son of
                  Raymond E. Bayles and Nancy Fuller Bayles. He was a diesel mechanic
                  with Blanchard Machinery Company. He was an U.S. Marine veteran of
                  the Vietnam War.
                  Survivors include his wife, Edna Mae Gallagher Bayles of Summerville,
                  S.C., two sons, David Bayles of California, Pa., and Darren Bayles of
                  Dry Tavern, Pa., one daughter, Danielle Irey of Deemston, Pa., two
                  step-sons, Mike Prosdocimo of North Charleston, S.C., and Scott
                  Dunlevy of California, Pa., two step-daughters, Colleen Jenkins of
                  Harper's Ferry, W.Va., and Vickie Dore of Florida, one brother,
                  Samuel Bayles of Huge, S.C., one sister, Laura Good of Mather, Pa.,
                  and 13 grandchildren.
                  Arrangements by PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

                  GROOMS, Delories
                  CAYCE - Mrs. Delories L. Grooms, age 71, of 110 Melody Lane in Cayce
                  died Monday, July 23, 2001, at Lexington Medical Center in West
                  Columbia.
                  Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m., Thursday, July 26, 2001, at
                  Culler-McAlhany Funeral Home Chapel in North with Rev. Sam Harmon
                  officiating. Burial will be in Pen Branch Cemetery near North.
                  Mrs. Grooms was born in Woodford, a daughter of the late Daniel H.
                  Livingston and Blanche Robinson Livingston. She was retired from Bell
                  South Telephone Co.; a member of the Telephone Pioneers and was a
                  member of Cayce United Methodist Church.
                  Survivors include her husband, William R. Grooms of Cayce; daughters,
                  Vicki L. Grooms of New York, N.Y.; sisters, Mrs. Alice L. Byrd of
                  Cayce and Mrs. Danette L. Frye of Kingstree; aunt, Miss Margaret
                  Robinson of Woodford; uncle, Wilton Robinson of Woodford.
                  The family is at the home and will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m.,
                  Wednesday, at the CULLER-MCALHANY FUNERAL HOME in North.
                  Memorials may be made to Cayce United Methodist Church, 1600 12th
                  Street, Cayce 29033, or to Pen Branch Cemetery Fund, c/o Emma
                  Whittle, 155 Fantasy Road, Springfield 29146.

                  AYERS, Barbara
                  Barbara J. Ayers, 55, wife of Robert L. Ayers, of Summerville, died
                  Wednesday evening, July 18, 2001, at a North Charleston hospital.
                  A Memorial Service will be held Thursday afternoon, July 26, 2001, at
                  1 o'clock in James A. Dyal Funeral Home Chapel, Summerville. Burial
                  will be private.
                  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer
                  Society, 5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston, S.C. 29406.
                  She was born August 7, 1945, in Lakewood, N.J., a daughter of the
                  late Joseph W. Dunhour and Thelma Highfield Dunhour.
                  She was a graduate of Wildwood, N.J., schools. She was Episcopalian.
                  She is survived by her husband, Robert L. Ayers of Summerville; two
                  daughters, Dawn C. Adams of Ladson, S.C., and Sandra M. Ayers of
                  Columbia, S.C.; one son, Robert L. Ayers, Jr., of Summerville; and
                  two grandchildren, Dalton and Dillon Adams of Ladson, S.C.
                  Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
                  SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

                  STILES, Donald
                  Donald W. Stiles, 69, Commander of VFW Post 10980 in Eutawville, died
                  Monday, July 23, 2001, at the VA Hospital in Charleston, S.C. Born
                  April 24, 1932, in Middletown, Ohio, he was the son of George and
                  Helen (Sauers) Stiles and was raised a Catholic. In 1975 Mr. Stiles
                  retired from the USAF after 20 years of service. He was employed for
                  ten years in the grocery business. As a member of VFW Post 10980 he
                  had previously served as Quartermaster, and Past District Commander
                  also. Mr. Stiles was a past member of the Santee Lions Club and had
                  served as treasurer. Mr. Stiles was an advocate worker with the
                  Elloree High School JROTC. He is survived by his wife Phyllis; step-
                  children, Linda C. Thomas, Pittsboro, N.C., and Michael J. Clark,
                  Eutawville; grandchildren, Aaron J. Jackson and Ryan Thomas; and
                  sister, Patricia Lane, Middleton, Ohio. A graveside memorial service
                  with full military honors will b eheld at 1 p.m., Friday, July 27,
                  2001, at Beaufort National Cemetery, Beaufort, S.C. Arrangements by
                  MCALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, 100 S. Goose Creek, Blvd. (Hwy. 52),
                  Goose Creek, S.C.

                  ORR, Christine
                  Christine W. "Chris" Orr, 56, wife of James M. Orr, Jr., of
                  Summerville, passed away Saturday evening at her residence.
                  A Memorial Service will be held Thursday afternoon, July 26, 2001, at
                  3 o'clock in James A. Dyal Funeral Home Chapel, Summerville. Burial
                  will be private.
                  Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to American Cancer
                  Society, 5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston, S.C. 29406.
                  Friends may call at JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, from 2:30 o'clock
                  until the hour of service.
                  She was born March 7, 1945, in Detroit, Mich., a daughter of the late
                  Stanley H. Warner and Estelle Adamski Warner.
                  She was a graduate of the University of Florida. She was an art
                  teacher with Summerville Catholic School.
                  She is survived by, her husband, James M. Orr, Jr., of Summerville;
                  daughter, Camille A. Orr of Summerville.
                  Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
                  SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

                  DRAWDY, Yvette
                  WALTERBORO - Mrs. Yvette Finley Maxey Drawdy, 80, of 101 Ross St.,
                  died Monday at a Walterboro hospital. Funeral services will be held
                  at 2 p.m., Thursday, at Doctor's Creek Baptist Church. Interment will
                  follow in Live Oak Cemetery, directed by the Brice W. Herndon and
                  Sons Funeral Home.
                  Mrs. Drawdy was born May 9, 1921, in Colleton County, a daughter of
                  the late Loddie William Finley and Polly Bennett Finley. She was
                  first married to the late Woodrow M. Maxey and then to the late
                  Winfred G. Drawdy. She was a retired store manager and a member of
                  Doctor's Creek Baptist Church, where she was a member of the King's
                  Daughters Sunday School Class.
                  Surviving are a son, W. Wilson Maxey of Walterboro, nine
                  grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-
                  grandchildren. She was predeceased by a daughter, Martha Jane Hiers.
                  The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m., Wednesday, at
                  the BRICE W. HERNDON AND SONS FUNERAL HOME.

                  SHARPE, Mary
                  Mrs. Mary Drawdy Sharpe, 79, of 525 Palmetto Avenue in Varnville,
                  died late Monday at her residence.
                  Born December 31, 1921, in Varnville, she was the daughter of the
                  late Harvey Drawdy and Ollie Ann Jones Drawdy. Mrs. Sharpe was a
                  former Lab and X-Ray Technician at the Hampton Hospital and was a
                  member of the Varnville First Baptist Church. She was the widow of
                  Mack Sharpe.
                  She is survived by two daughters, Ann S. Granger of Swansea, S.C.,
                  and Karen Zeigler and her husband, "Ricky" of Brunson; two sisters,
                  Olivet Mole of Hampton and Sadie Altman of Florence. There are five
                  grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by
                  her daughter, Maxine Sharpe and her son-in-law, Dr. W.H. Granger.
                  Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 5 p.m., in the
                  Varnville First Baptist Church with burial following in the Varnville
                  Cemetery, directed by PEEPLES-RHODEN FUNERAL HOME OF HAMPTON. Rev.
                  Tommy Kelly and Rev. Terry Wilder will be the officiating ministers.
                  Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday evening from 7
                  until 9 p.m. and until 4 p.m., Thursday, when the casket will be
                  placed in the church prior to services.
                  Memorials may be made to the Swansea Baptist Church, P.O. Box 550,
                  Swansea, S.C. 29160, or to Varnville First Baptist Church, P.O. Box
                  306, Varnville, S.C. 29944.

                  BONSAL, Frances
                  Frances Canfield Bonsal, 92, of Charleston, died Monday, July 23,
                  2001 at a local nursing home. Mrs. Bonsal was born in New York, NY.,
                  to the late Mr. and Mrs. George and Alida Marshall Canfield. She
                  worked previously for Stolls Alley Shop. She was a member of St.
                  Philips Episcopal Church. She was the widow of Warwick P. Bonsal, Sr.
                  She is survived by a son Warwick P. Bonsal, Jr., and a daughter,
                  Frances M. Bonsal, both of Charleston. Funeral service will be held
                  today, Wednesday, July 25, 2001, 11am at St. Philips Episcopal
                  Church, with burial in the churchyard cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
                  memorial contributions may be made to Feline Refuge, P.O. Box 2042,
                  Mt. Pleasant, SC 29465.

                  YARBROUGH-WELLS, K.
                  Kymberly Faylyn Yarbrough-Wells of St. Stephen, SC, infant daughter
                  of Nicholas J. Wells and Lindsay L. Yarbrough-Wells, died Monday at
                  her residence.
                  The funeral will be at 12:00 pm this Wednesday at the Graveside in
                  Sunset Memorial Cemetery, St. Stephen. Interment will follow. Friends
                  may call at the St. Stephen Chapel Of DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME after
                  11:00 am this Wednesday morning.
                  Kymberly was born May 3, 2001, in North Charleston, SC.
                  Surviving are, her parents of St. Stephen; one sister, Kyndal LeAnn
                  Yarbrough-Wells; and her grandparents, Scott and Lynne Yarbrough of
                  St. Stephen, Kenny and Faye Wells of Jamestown, Mr. & Mrs. James
                  Bradwell of Jamestown, Cecil and Joan Douglas-Pinon of Moncks Corner,
                  James C. and Lana Clark of Daytona Beach, FL, and Oliver and Wilma
                  Orvin of St. Stephen.

                  DEAS, Gerald (Black)
                  The relatives and friends of Mr. Gerald Andre Deas, and those of his
                  wife, Mrs. Carol Anderson Deas; parents, Rev. Joseph McDaniel Deas
                  and the late Mrs. Margie H. Deas; daughter, Shalisa Deas; brothers
                  and sisters, Frank Deas (Gwen), Larry Deas, Carl Deas (Joyce), Curtis
                  Deas, John Deas, Allen Deas, Jacquelyn Deas, Angela McMillan (Paul),
                  Tracy Deas, and Dawn Deas; mother and father-in-law the late Mrs.
                  Thelma H. Anderson and the late Mr. David Anderson, Sr.; nieces,
                  nephews and in-laws are invited to attend his Home-Going Services
                  1:00 pm Thursday, July 26, 2001 in St. Paul AME Church, 6925 Rivers
                  Ave. Rev. Clyde J. Corbin pastor. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens.
                  Friends may visit Wednesday, 2:00 to 4:00 pm at the funeral home and
                  at the church 5:00 to 7:00 pm. The family hour will be 6:00 to 7:00
                  pm at the church. Funeral arrangements by arrangements by DOROTHY'S
                  HOME FOR FUNERALS.

                  HOLLIDAY, Lillian
                  A Graveside Service for Lillian Peeler Bello Holliday will be held at
                  11am Wednesday (Today) in Carolina Memorial Gardens, directed by
                  CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME. Flowers are accepted or Memorials
                  Contributions may be made to Lutheran Hospice 753 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.
                  Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464, St. John's Catholic Church 3921 St. John's
                  Ave. North Charleston, SC 29405 or the Ladies Auxiliary Cancer Relief
                  and Research Fund of V.F.W. Post 3142 3355 Dorchester Road North
                  Charleston, S.C. 29405.
                  Arrangements by CAROLINA MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 7113 Rivers Avenue
                  North Charleston, SC.

                  WILLIAMS, Virginia
                  Virginia Pauline Williams, 84, of Summerville, widow of Ronald
                  Williams, died Monday, July 23, 2001, in a Summerville hospital.
                  Graveside services will be Thursday, July 26, at 11 a.m., at
                  Dorchester Memory Gardens, 11000 Dorchester Road, Summerville,
                  directed by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
                  Friends may call at JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
                  SUMMERVILLE, this (Wednesday) evening from 6 to 8 o'clock.
                  Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to Knightsville
                  United Methodist Church, 1505 Central Ave., Summerville, S.C. 29483.
                  Born on June 22, 1917, in Fayette County, W.Va., a daughter of the
                  late Thomas Ivy Bradshaw and Ora Agnes Hedrick Bradshaw.
                  She was a member of Knightsville United Methodist Church and a member
                  of the Christian Fellowship Circle there. She was educated in Fayette
                  County, W.Va., schools.
                  Surviving are, a daughter, Chris Edelman of Summerville, S.C.; a son,
                  Michael Thomas Williams of Jacksonville, Fla.; two sisters, Mary
                  Louise Lamoreaux of Ohio, Audrey Catherine Sullivan of Huntington,
                  W.Va.; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; two
                  granddaughters-in-law, Dara Nelson and Catha Nelson.

                  MORGAN, Martha
                  Martha Hamilton Morgan, widow of Elford Chapman Morgan, died at the
                  home in Spartanburg, S.C., on July 16, 2001. The daughter of the late
                  Charles and Cornelia Deaton Hamilton, she was born October 1, 1904,
                  in Cabarrus County, N.C., and raised in Davidson. She was a graduate
                  of UNC-Greensboro and received her MA in history from Columbia
                  University. She devoted her professional life to the teaching of
                  history from 1924 until her retirement in 1984. She taught at
                  Converse College for 30 years, and from 1962 to 1984 was head of the
                  history department at Ashley High School in Charleston. In addition,
                  she taught at Spartanburg Methodist College and at Jacksonville
                  Unviersity in Alabama.
                  In addition to education, she had a life-long commitment of service
                  to her community and her church, holding leadership positions in a
                  number of organizations. She was formerly on the state board of the
                  League of Women Voters and the National Board of Family Service of
                  America.
                  She was always active in a variety of roles in her churches, First
                  Presbyterian in Spartanburg and First (Scots) Presbyterian in
                  Charleston. In Spartanburg, she led a group of which organized the
                  first inter-racial church group in Enoree Presbytery called the
                  United Church Women. She served as Chairman of the Committee on
                  Christian World Relations of the South Carolina Council of United
                  Church Women. She co-chaired the committee organizing the 250 year
                  anniversary of First (Scots) Presbyterian Church and in 1976 was
                  elected that church's first woman elder.
                  She enjoyed the fellowship and life-long learning provided by many
                  clubs, including the Thursday Study Club, Modern Lit Book Club, and
                  the Century Club in Charleston. Her legacy survives in the countless
                  number of young people in whom she instilled a love of learning,
                  whether within the classroom or through the many groups she led
                  through travels abroad.
                  Mrs. Morgan is survived by two sons, Elford Hamilton Morgan and
                  Charles Hamilton Morgan, both of Spartanburg, four grandchildren,
                  numerous nieces and nephews, and her sister, Mary Stephens of
                  Lumberton, N.C.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Martha Hamilton
                  Morgan Award for Historical Scholarship at Ashley Hall School, 172
                  Rutledge Ave., Charleston, S.C. 29403, or the Faculty Memorial
                  Scholarship Fund, c/o Converse College, 580 East Main St.,
                  Spartanburg, S.C. 29302.
                  A memorial service will be at 5 p.m., Friday, July 27, 2001, at First
                  (Scots) Presbyterian Church, 53 Meeting St., Charleston, with the
                  family receiving visitors in Molly Wier Fellowship Hall immediately
                  following the service. Dr. Daniel W. Massie, Pastor, will conduct the
                  service.

                  LEMACKS, Lillian
                  The relatives and friends of Lillian B. Lemacks are invited to attend
                  her funeral services at the Graveside, Carolina Memorial Gardens
                  Cemetery, Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 3 p.m. Arrangements by JAMES A.
                  MCALISTER FUNERAL HOME, 1620 SAVANNAH HWY. 766-1365.

                  SECOR, JR., Edward
                  Edward "Bud" Secor, Jr., 44, of Summerville, died July 20, 2001, at
                  his residence.
                  Friends may call at Parks Funeral Home on Wednesday evening, July 25,
                  2001, from 6 to 8 p.m.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Summerville Church of
                  Christ, 413 Old Trolley Road, Summerville, S.C. 29485, or Hospice of
                  Charleston, 3896 Leeds Ave., North Charleston, S.C. 29405.
                  ARRANGEMENTS BY PARKS FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

                  STROBEL, Dorothy
                  Entered into eternal rest on the morning of July 24, 2001, Dorothy
                  Burrus Strobel, wife of Cdr. James W. Strobel, (U.S. Navy, retired),
                  residence, Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends of Cdr. and
                  Mrs. James W. Strobel are invited to attend her funeral services,
                  Friday, July 27, 2001, at 11 o'clock in St. James Episcopal Church,
                  James Island. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at J.
                  HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL, Thursday evening between 5 and 7
                  o'clock.
                  Mrs. Strobel was born August 12, 1922, in Toledo, Ohio, the daughter
                  of William Deacon and Norma Schinzel Deacon. She served with the U.S.
                  Navy during W.W.II.
                  She is survived by her husband of Charleston, S.C.; two daughters,
                  Cheryl B. Flood of Rye, N.Y., and Candy J. Strobel of Charleston,
                  S.C.; one son, Matthew A. Burrus of Florida; three grandchildren,
                  Deane H. Flood, Jr., Sean E. Flood and Andrew J. Strobel and two
                  great grandchildren. Her first husband, Edward A. Burrus, her son
                  Eric E. Burrus and her grandson Eric Wesley Flood, predeceased her.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Eric Wesley Flood
                  Memorial Scholarship Fund, 882 Boston Post Road, Rye, New York 10580.

                  ARSENAULT, Jocelyn
                  Jocelyn Elizabeth Arsenault, three-month infant daughter of Ross and
                  Denise Hopkins Arsenault, died Friday, July 20, at a local hospital.
                  Besides her loving parents, she is survived by her maternal
                  grandparents, Thomas and Mary Evans Hopkins, Sr., maternal great-
                  grandmother Patricia Rechel and maternal great-great-grandmother,
                  Annie Barva, paternal grandparents, Thomas and Laura Cass Arsenault,
                  paternal great-grandparents, Leon and Katerine Arsenault, paternal
                  great-grandmother, Virginia Cass and uncles Zachary Arsenault and
                  Thomas Hopkins, Jr. The family will receive family and friends from 1
                  to 4 p.m., Wednesday, at MCALISTER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Goose Creek
                  Chapel, 100 S. Goose Creek Blvd., 553-1511. Memorial contributions
                  may be made to the Children's Miracle Network.

                  GAREY, Crystal
                  The relatives and friends of Crystal Ann Garey are invited to attend
                  her funeral service, Wednesday, July 25, 2001, at 10 o'clock in James
                  A. Dyal Funeral Home Chapel, Summerville. Burial will be in
                  Dorchester Memory Gardens, Summerville.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Crystal Ann Garey
                  Children's Memorial Fund.
                  Arrangements by JAMES A. DYAL FUNERAL HOME, 303 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
                  SUMMERVILLE, S.C.

                  JONES, Frances
                  Entered into eternal rest on the morning of July 24, 2001, Frances
                  Smith Jones, widow of Willie M. Jones. Residence, North Charleston,
                  S.C. The relatives and friends of Mrs. Frances Smith Jones are
                  invited to attend her funeral services in J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
                  GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, Thursday afternoon, July 26, 2001, at 2
                  o'clock. Interment, Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at
                  STUHR'S GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL this (Wednesday) evening between 6 and
                  8 o'clock.
                  Mrs. Jones was born in Cross, S.C., on July 16, 1923, the daughter of
                  Oliver Isam Smith and Cenetter Elizabeth Atkins. She was a homemaker
                  and a member of Portside Baptist Church.
                  Surviving are one son, David William Jones of North Charleston, S.C.,
                  one grandson, Michael Jones and one granddaughter Stephanie Jones,
                  both of North Charleston, S.C.

                  EVERIDGE, Jerry
                  ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE: THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are
                  invited to attend the funeral services of our late Member, Jerry F.
                  Everidge, at Stuhr's Greenridge Road Chapel this Wednesday afternoon,
                  July 25, 2001, at 1 o'clock.
                  Richard A. Wooden, Secretary

                  SCHONHUT, Robert
                  Staff Sgt. Robert Earl Schonhut, U.S. Air Force, Retired, husband of
                  Betty B. Schonhut, of North Charleston, S.C., died Monday, July 23,
                  2001, at his residence. The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs.
                  Robert Earl Schonhut are invited to attend the funeral services of
                  the former, Wednesday afternoon, July 25, 2001, in J. HENRY STUHR,
                  INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL at 3:30 o'clock. Interment will follow
                  in Plantation Memorial Gardens with Full Military Honors.
                  Mr. Schonhut was born November 3, 1930, in Youngstown, Ohio, a son of
                  Ernest and Gertrude Hansen Schonhut. He was a member of Northside
                  Baptist Church and a Veteran of the Vietnam war.
                  Surviving is his wife of North Charleston, S.C., two daughters, Lynn
                  and husband Mike Able of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., and Allison Schonhut of
                  N. Charleston, S.C., one son, David and wife, Kelly Schonhut of
                  Charleston, S.C., and five grandchildren.
                  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Charleston,
                  3896 Leeds Avenue, North Charleston, S.C. 29405.

                  EADY, Pearl
                  Entered into eternal rest on Tuesday morning, July 24, 2001, Mrs.
                  Pearl B. Eady. Residence, 1840 Central Park Road, James Island, SC.
                  The widow of Mr. Charlie Eady, the devoted mother of Mrs. Kathleen
                  Chisolm, the sister of Mrs. Rachel B. Kidd and the late Mr. William
                  Brown and Mr. Frank Brown.
                  WM. M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2 Radcliffe Street, Charleston, SC.,
                  (843) 722-3676, 1-800-924-5659 or e-mail Memorial Message at
                  wmsbmc2@.... Will annouce the funeral services.

                  SEASE, Laura
                  Entered into eternal rest, July 24, 2001, Mrs. Laura Sease, beloved
                  wife of Mr. William Sease, mother of Mrs. Nellie Wright (Oscar), and
                  Mr. Nathan Gadsden (Vivian). Late Residenced, 2056 Jacksonville Road,
                  North Charleston. Friends may call FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, NORTH
                  CHARLESTON, 744-2545 or 1-800-290-5954. The funeral will be announced
                  at a later date.

                  HALL, Frances Ann (Black)
                  Entered into eternal rest on Monday, July 23, 2001, Ms. Frances Ann
                  Hall of Columbia, SC., formerly of Moncks Corner, SC.
                  Ms. Hall is survived by her mother, Ms. Ernestine (Teenie) Gadsden of
                  Moncks Corner, SC., her children, Mr. Antonio M. Doiley and Mr.
                  Ishmael R. Hall, both of Moncks Corner, SC., her siblings, Ms. Mattie
                  Mae White and Ms. Sheila Droze, both of Summerville, SC., Ms. Sharon
                  Doiley, Mr. Louis James Doiley, Jr., and Mr. Gregory Doiley, all of
                  Moncks Corner, SC., Ms. Blondell Mitchell of Charleston, SC., Ms.
                  Bobbie Jean Gregg of Snow Hill, NC., Ms. Christal D. Cole of Atlanta,
                  GA., and Mr. James Allen (Peanut) Doiley of Goose Creek, SC.
                  Funeral notice later. Arrangements by GETHERS FUNERAL HOME, Moncks
                  Corner, SC.

                  EVERIDGE, Jerry
                  The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Everidge are
                  invited to attend the funeral services of the former in J. HENRY
                  STUHR, INC. GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, Wednesday afternoon, July 25,
                  2001 at one o'clock. Interment: Dorchester Memory Gardens with
                  Masonic rites and full military honors. Reverend Andy Altman,
                  officiating. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC. GREENRIDGE ROAD
                  CHAPEL.

                  MATTHEWS, Edith
                  The relatives and friends of Edith "Berta" Matthews, widow of Ellie
                  Matthews, Jr., are invited to attend her funeral service in J. HENRY
                  STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, this Wednesday morning, July 25,
                  2001 at eleven o'clock. Interment: Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends
                  may call at STUHR'S GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL.

                  GAMBLE, JR., Thomas
                  KINGSTREE - Thomas David Gamble, Jr., 78, died Monday in a Florence
                  hospital.
                  Mr. Gamble was born in Henry, S.C., a son of the late Thomas David
                  Gamble, Sr., and Mrs. Maude Vause Wilson Gamble. He was a graduate of
                  Indiantown High School and was the retired owner of Williamsburg Oil
                  Co. in Kingstree. During W.W.II, he served in the Army as a platoon
                  leader in the 36th Infantry Division. He was a retired firefighter
                  with the Kingstree Fire Dept., and was one of the founders and a
                  retired Chief of the Kingstree Rural Fire Dept. Mr. Gamble was a
                  member and Deacon of Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, a Mason, a
                  member of the V.F.W. and American Legion, and had served as president
                  of Sportsmen's Hunting Club since 1985. Surviving, his wife, Mrs.
                  Belver Scott Gamble, 1 son, Thomas D. Gamble, III, of Nesmith, 2
                  daughters, Eva Towne G. Saltik of Marietta, Ga., and Elizabeth Anne
                  G. Cusack of Indiantown, 1 brother, Harry Gamble of Hemingway, 1
                  sister, Margie Shepard of Washington, NC, 5 grandchildren, Holly
                  Gamble, David Gamble, Monique Saltik, Ryan Saltik, and Hailey Wilson,
                  1 great-grandchild, Evie Jane Wilson.
                  Funeral services will be 11 a.m., Wednesday in the Williamsburg
                  Presbyterian Church, conducted by Rev. Samuel Shumate. Burial will be
                  in Kingstree Memorial Gardens, directed by WILLIAMSBURG FUNERAL HOME.
                  The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, at the
                  funeral home. Memorials may be made to Williamsburg Presbyterian
                  Church Building Fund or to the National W.W.II memorial fund.

                  ENGLE, Erin
                  Erin Amiee Engle died on July 22nd, 2001. She was born on July 28th,
                  1972 in Upton, Wyoming. Erin earned her undergraduate degree from The
                  University of Wyoming while on a track and field scholarship where
                  she still holds multiple records. Erin received her master's degree
                  in physical therapy at Wyoming and a degree in exercise physiology
                  from Northern Arizona University. Most recently, Erin was employed by
                  Progressive Therapy at Doctor's Care in West Ashley, Charleston, SC.
                  Described by close friends as "the sweetest girl you would ever meet
                  and an incredibly beautiful person", Erin is survived by her sister,
                  Tamlin Tee Engle of Phoenix Arizona and her parents, Linden and
                  Janice Engle of Upton Wyoming.
                  A Memorial Service will be held at Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church
                  on Thursday at 6pm. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to
                  Camp Happy Days and Special Times, 1622 Ashley Hall Road Charleston,
                  SC 29407. (843) 571-4336.
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                    The Charleston Post & Courier
                    Wednesday, November 21, 2001
                    Compiled by The Post and Courier staff

                    CHARLESTON COUNTY
                    COAXUM, Louise Steed, of Awendaw, widow of Charles Clayton
                    Coaxum, died Monday. Arrangements by W.M. Smith-McNeal's Awendaw
                    Chapel.
                    CRANE, Ocie Bell Bryson, 95, of North Charleston, widow of Edgar
                    Alphonso Crane, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Greenridge Road
                    Chapel.
                    FRASIER, Mable, of Charleston, died Sunday. Arrangements by
                    Fielding Funeral Home.
                    LAFAYETTE, Mary Jane, of James Island, wife of Leon Alonzo
                    LaFayette, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Pasley's Mortuary of
                    Maryville.
                    MATHIS, Carnice Sims, 77, of Charleston, a homemaker and widow
                    of Paul Turner Mathis, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr's
                    Greenridge Road Chapel.
                    McEVOY, Kasey Evett, of Johns Island, daughter of Arthur Parsons
                    McEvoy and Peggy Kay Timmons McEvoy, died Tuesday. Arrangements by
                    Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel.
                    SIMMONS, Rosetta, of West Ashley, died Monday. Arrangements by
                    Fielding Funeral Home of Charleston.

                    COLLETON COUNTY
                    HEYWARD, Nathaniel, of Walterboro, a retired Walterboro police
                    officer, died Monday. Arrangements by Hamilton's Funeral Home.
                    RIZER, George Gary III, 55, of Green Pond, died Monday.
                    Arrangements by Herndon and Sons Funeral Home.
                    SMYLY, Eugene W., 85, of Ruffin, a retired welder at the
                    Charleston Naval Shipyard and husband of Mary Garrick Smyly, died
                    Tuesday. Arrangements by Fred Parker Funeral Home of Walterboro.

                    GEORGETOWN COUNTY
                    BARNHILL, Hilma Perry, 81, of Georgetown, widow of L. Eugene
                    Barnhill, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home.
                    EDWARDS, Eunice F., of Georgetown, widow of G. Wade Edwards Jr.,
                    died Tuesday. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home.
                    WHITMAN, James H., 79, of Andrews, a retired Church of God
                    pastor and husband of Pearl Howard Richardson Whitman, died Tuesday.
                    Arrangements by Mayer's Andrews Chapel.

                    ELSEWHERE
                    ALTMAN, Lena Mae Floyd, 75, of Effingham, widow of Segal E.
                    Altman, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Brockington Funeral Home of
                    Lake City.
                    BROCKINGTON, Wendell F., 77, of Hemingway, formerly employed
                    with International Paper Co. and husband of Ariel Cole Ingraham
                    Brockington died Tuesday. Arrangements by Morris Funeral Home of
                    Hemingway.
                    DuBOSE, Lucille Pool, 82, of Manning, widow of Smith Furman
                    DuBose, died Monday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home.
                    GASKINS, Willie Harold, 23, of Lake City, died Tuesday.
                    Arrangements by Brockington Funeral Home.
                    HAGOOD, Ben Folger Jr., 75, of Easley, retired director and vice
                    president of Mayfair Mills and husband of Jeanne Early Hagood, died
                    Monday. Arrangements by Robinson Funeral Home.
                    KENNETH, Margaret Reid, of Bronx, N.Y., formerly of Edisto
                    Island, died Monday. Arrangements by W.M. Smith-McNeal Funeral Home
                    of Charleston.
                    KOZMA, Minera T., 77, of Gainesville, Fla., a former nurse and
                    vice president of patient services at Alachua General Hospital, died
                    Sunday. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home of Georgetown.
                    STAFFORD, Marguerite Hard, 87, of Manning, a retired senior loan
                    officer with Ag-First Farm Credit Bureau and wife of Lawrence M.
                    Stafford, died Monday. Arrangements by Stephens Funeral Home.
                    STRADFORD, Alveter, of Camden, died Monday. Arrangements by
                    George E. Collins Funeral Home.
                    WILSON, Annie K., 91, of Orangeburg, widow of Joseph McLeod
                    Wilson, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dukes-Harley Funeral Home.

                    Obit Details

                    MATHIS, Carnice
                    Entered into eternal rest on the evening of November 19, 2001,
                    Carnice "Connie" Sims Mathis, widow of Paul Turner Mathis. Residence,
                    Charleston, South Carolina. The relatives and friends are invited to
                    attend her funeral services in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD
                    CHAPEL, Saturday morning, November 24, 2001 at 10 o'clock. Interment,
                    Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at STUHR'S GREENRIDGE
                    ROAD CHAPEL Friday evening, November 23, 2001, between 6 and 8
                    o'clock. Flowers accepted or memorial may be made to the American
                    Diabetes Association, 2724 Wade Hampton Blvd., Suite E, Greenville,
                    SC 29615. Mrs. Mathis was born November 15, 1924 in Lineville,
                    Alabama, the daughter of Coston and Ora Mae Harris Sims. Mrs. Mathis
                    was a member of Northside Baptist Church and a homemaker.
                    Surviving are two daughters, Nancy M. Crain of Saint Marys, GA.,
                    Sheila M. Caldwell of Jacksonville, NC.; six sons, Richard T. Mathis
                    of Jacksonville, NC, Melvin A. Mathis of Goose Creek, SC, Craig J.
                    Mathis of Charleston, SC, Jerry Dale Mathis of North Charleston, SC,
                    Paul Steven Mathis of Saint Marys, GA. and Phillip G. Mathis of North
                    Charleston, SC; a sister, Ilar Mae Bishop of Alabama; two brothers,
                    Russell Sims and Joe Sims both of Alabama and eleven grandchildren.

                    KENNETH, Margaret
                    Entered into eternal rest on the evening of Monday, November 19,
                    2001, Mrs. Margaret Reid Kenneth. Formerly of Edisto Island, SC.
                    Residence, Bronx, NY. She was the devoted mother of Ms. Julie White
                    and Mr. Herbert Barron (Sandra all of New York City). W.M. SMITH-
                    MCNEAL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2 Radcliffe St., Charleston, SC will
                    announce funeral services. 722-3676 or 1-800-924-5659 or you may e-
                    mail a memorial messages at Wmsbmc2@....

                    LAFAYETTE, Mary Jane
                    Entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, November 20, 2001, Mrs. Mary
                    Jane (Dollen) Lafayette, beloved wife of Mr. Leon Alonzo LaFayette,
                    mother of Dec. Tony McNeil (Pastor Sonia), Leona V. Spear, Alonzo L.
                    LaFayette, Jr. (Emma), Evang. Veronica McCoy (Alvin) and Barney A.
                    LaFayette (Rabina), sister of Mrs. Charlotte Smalls, Mrs. Albertha
                    Deas (James) and Mr. Robert Gilliard (Susan), sister-in-law of Mrs.
                    Rosa Lee Walker (James), Ms. Louise Truesdale, Ms. Mary Green, Mrs.
                    Martha Johnson, Ms. Daisy Chavis and Mr. Joseph LaFayette. Late
                    residence, 2138 Shrimp Rd., James Island, SC. Funeral notice later.
                    Friends may call at PASLEY'S MORTUARY, 115 5th Ave., Maryville, 571-
                    2300.

                    RIZER, Gary
                    BENNETTS POINT - Mr. George Gary Rizer, III, 55, of 14995 Bennetts
                    Point Road, died Monday. Graveside services will be held at 11:00
                    a.m. Wednesday at Glendale Memorial Cemetery with Rev. Gerald Mabry
                    officiating and directed by the BRICE W. HERNDON AND SONS FUNERAL
                    HOME. Mr. Rizer was born in Columbia, a son of Ottie Lee "Totsy"
                    Ramsey Rizer and the late George Gary Rizer, Jr. He was an employee
                    with Emcompass Technologies, a member of the SC National Guard, a
                    Mason and a member of the Green Pond Fire Department.
                    Surviving in addition to his mother of Walterboro are his wife,
                    Mickie Robertson Rizer, sons, Derrick Rizer of Warrior, Alabama,
                    DeWayne Rizer and David Rizer, both of Bennetts Point, and Chris
                    Rizer of Maine, a daughter, Sherri Rizer of Atlanta, Georgia, a
                    sister, Ruth Rizer of Walterboro, a brother, Homer Rizer of Bennetts
                    Point, and two grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother, Allen
                    Rizer.

                    SMYLY, Eugene
                    RUFFIN - Eugene W. Smyly, 85, a retired welder at Charleston Naval
                    Shipyard, died Tuesday at a local Charleston hospital. Funeral
                    services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday at the Chapel of the FRED
                    PARKER FUNERAL HOME, conducted by Rev. Ed Stiltz and Rev. David Cox.
                    Interment will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens.
                    Mr. Smyly was born January 10, 1916 in Ruffin, a son of the late
                    Charles Stephens Smyly and Phoebie Williams Smyly. He was a member of
                    St. Johns United Methodist Church and a former member of the official
                    board. He was past worshipful master of Bells Masonic Lodge #236
                    A.F.M. and had recently received his 60 year pin. He was an Army
                    veteran of World War II, having served in Italy and Austria. He was
                    the recipient of the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
                    Surviving are his wife, Mary G. Smyly of Ruffin; two daughters,
                    Gloria S. Valentine of Ruffin and Donna S. Myrick of Ulmer; a
                    brother, Richard Smyly of Barnwell; three sisters, Lenora S. Keegan
                    and Phoebie S. Phillips both of Walterboro and Shirley S. Lawhon of
                    the Isle of Palms, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
                    Visitation will be held Thursday evening from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m.
                    Memorials may be made to St. Johns United Methodist Church, Ruffin,
                    SC.

                    FRYE, SR., Howard
                    The relatives and friends of Master Sgt. Howard F. Frye, Sr., US Air
                    Force, Ret., of Bonneau, SC, are invited to attend his funeral
                    services, 11:00 AM this Wednesday morning, Nov. 21, 2001, at the
                    Graveside in the Bonneau Baptist Cemetery. Interment will follow.
                    Directed by DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER.

                    SHAW, JR., Cupid
                    The relatives and friends of Mr. Cupid Shaw, Jr, those of his
                    daughter, Amy S. Bannister (Vincent), parents, Rev. C.C. Shaw and
                    Mrs. Anna Lee P. Shaw, sisters, Linda Harrison (Rev. J.P.), Connie S.
                    Dallas, Chandrekah Smith (Alphonso), Lessley Shuler (Herbert), Ann,
                    Angela and Nicole Shaw, brothers, James (Louise), Jerome, Leon,
                    Hershal (Janice) and Sidney Shaw (Brenda) and other relatives are
                    invited to attend his funeral services, Today Wednesday, November 21,
                    2001, 12 Noon in St. James AME Church, Wando, SC. Remains to the
                    church 11:AM. Interment, Mt. Pleasant Memorial Gardens. Arrangements
                    by PASLEY'S MORTUARY, 1115 5TH Ave., Maryville, 571-2300.

                    COAXUM, Louise
                    Entered into eternal rest on the evening of Monday, November 19,
                    2001, Mrs. Louise Steed "Lou" Coaxum. Residence 7175 Hwy. 17, North
                    Awendaw, S.C. She was the widow of Mr. Charles Clayton Coaxum. She
                    was the devoted mother of Ms. Alberta Steed, Mr. Richard Steed
                    (Elviria), Ms. Patricia Coaxum, Ms. Diane Coaxum and Mrs. Tonya
                    Singleton (Isaac). The late Ms. Viola Steed, Ms. Catherine Coaxum and
                    Mr. Vincent "Skipper" Steed. The adopted mother of Mrs. Alvenia
                    Frazier (Eddie), Mrs. Sarah Ann Drayton, Mr. Isaiah Manigault
                    (Cristina), Mr. Charles Manigault, Mr. Harold Steed (Nancy), Ms.
                    Barbara Green, Ms. Vermateen Mitchell and Mr. Bobbie Steed. The
                    loving sister of Mrs. Bernice Coaxum, W.M. SMITH-MCNEAL, Awendaw
                    Chapel, 4129 Hwy. 17 North, Awendaw, S.C. Will announce funeral
                    service. 881-4920 or 1-800-924-5659. Or you may e-mail a memorial
                    messages at wmsbmc2@....

                    McEVOY, Kasey
                    Entered into eternal rest on the morning of November 20, 2001, Kasey
                    Evett McEvoy, daughter of Arthur Parsons McEvoy and Peggy Kay Timmons
                    McEvoy. Residence, Johns Island, S.C. The relatives and friends of
                    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McEvoy are invited to attend the funeral services
                    of their daughter, Kasey McEvoy, in J. HENRY STUHR, INC., WEST ASHLEY
                    CHAPEL, Friday afternoon, November 23, 2001, at 2 o'clock. Interment,
                    Live Oak Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at Stuhr's West Ashley
                    Chapel, Thursday evening from 6 until 8 o'clock.
                    She was a student at Stiles Point.
                    Surviving are her parents of Johns Island, S.C.; paternal
                    grandmother, Betty Schwarz of Johns Island, S.C.
                    In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Childrens Hospital Fund,
                    c/o SpinaBifida Clinic MUSC, 59 Bee St., Charleston, S.C. 29407.

                    WHITMAN, James
                    ANDREWS - Rev. James H. Whitman, 79, died Tuesday, November 20, 2001,
                    at a Georgetown health care center.
                    Rev. Whitman was born in Elberton, Ga., on June 21, 1922, a son of
                    the late Clifton Gary Whitman and Eula Lee Holmes Whitman. He was an
                    Army veteran of World War II and participated in the invasion of
                    Normandy. Rev. Whitman was an ordained minister of the Church of God
                    and served as pastor from 1953 to 1983. He was pastor in a number of
                    churches in S.C. and retired from Leslie Church of God in 1983. Rev.
                    Whitman moved to Andrews in 1983 and was a member of Andrews Church
                    of God.
                    Surviving are, his wife, Pearl Howard Richardson Whitman of Andrews;
                    a son, James H. Whitman, Jr., of Heath Springs; three daughters,
                    Gloria W. Herring of Washington, Miriam W. Humphries of Soldotna,
                    Alaska, Donna W. McFaddin of Rock Hill; a step-son, Jeffrey
                    Richardson of Pawley's Island; three brothers, Leroy Whitman of
                    Florida, Rev. Clifton Whitman of North, and Coleman Whitman of
                    Harrisburg, N.C.; six sisters, Gladys Moore, Hazel Campbell, and
                    Sylvine Kawen, all of Iva, Thelma Howard and Parnice Anderson, both
                    of Anderson, and Christine Anderson of Miss.; eight grandchildren,
                    six great-grandchildren, and four step-grandchildren. Funeral
                    services will be Saturday afternoon, November 24, 2001, at 2 o'clock
                    at Andrews Church of God. Officiating will be the Rev. Dr. Harold O.
                    Downing and the Rev. Thomas W. Wallace, II. Burial will follow in
                    Andrews Memorial Cemetery under the direction of the Andrews Chapel
                    of MAYER FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive friends at the
                    funeral home, Friday evening, November 23, 2001, from 6 until 8
                    o'clock. The family suggests memorials to the Andrews Church of God
                    Building Fund, 310 North Morgan Ave., Andrews, S.C. 29510.

                    KARAPIPARIS, Jerry
                    The relatives and friends of Mr. Jerry Karapiparis, widower of
                    Georgia Manos Karapiparis, are invited to attend his funeral services
                    in the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Wednesday at 1 o'clock.
                    Memorials may be made to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 30
                    Race St., Charleston, S.C. 29403. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR,
                    INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

                    WATSON, JR., William
                    The relatives and friends of Colonel William R. and Mrs. Dolly
                    Watson, Jr., are invited to attend the funeral service of the former,
                    Wednesday, 12 noon, with full military honors, at the graveside in
                    Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
                    MT. PLEASANT CHAPEL. Memorials are suggested to be donated to the
                    American Cancer Society, 5900 Core Road, Suite 504, North Charleston,
                    S.C. 29406.

                    CRANE, Ocie
                    Entered into eternal rest on the afternoon of November 19, 2001, Ocie
                    Bell Bryson Crane, widow of Edgar Alphonso Crane. Residence, North
                    Charleston, S.C. The relatives and friends are invited to attend her
                    funeral services at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL,
                    Friday morning, November 23, 2001, at 11 o'clock. Interment, Carolina
                    Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral chapel this
                    (Wendesday) evening from 6 until 8 o'clock. Mrs. Crane was born July
                    8, 1906, in Jackson County, N.C., the daughter of William Coleman
                    Bryson and Delitha Holland Bryson. She was a member of Remount
                    Baptist Church and a former Sunday school teacher there.
                    Surviving is a son, William E. Crane of North Charleston, S.C.; four
                    daughters, Elise C. Norris, Patricia Ann C. Hucks, Doris C. Goodson
                    all of North Charleston, S.C., and Betty Sue C. Lindenburg of Holly
                    Hill, S.C.; 14 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

                    RODGERS, Robert
                    The relatives and friends of Robert Blair Rodgers are invited to
                    attend his graveside funeral services in St. James Episcopal
                    Churchyard, Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Memorials may be made to St.
                    James Episcopal Churchyard, Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. Memorials may be
                    made to St. James Episcopal Church Rectors Discretionary Fund, 1872
                    Camp Road, Charleston, S.C. 29412. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR,
                    INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

                    McKENNA, Lectry
                    The relatives and friends of Lectry Russell McKenna, widow of William
                    Walter McKenna, are invited to attend her funeral services at J.
                    HENRY STUHR, INC., GREENRIDGE ROAD CHAPEL, this (Wednesday)
                    afternoon, November 21, 2001, at Two o'clock. Interment will follow
                    in Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral chapel
                    Wednesday afternoon from One o'clock until time of service.

                    RIDGEWAY, Hazel
                    The relatives and friends of Mr. & Mrs. John W. Ridgeway are invited
                    to attend the funeral services of the latter, Wednesday, November 21,
                    2001, in Cokesbury United Methodist Church at 11 o'clock. Interment
                    will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Walterboro, SC, at 2:30 o'clock.
                    She is survived by her husband of North Charleston, S.C.; her mother
                    of Walterboro, S.C.; one brother, Henry Dyson of Kingsport, Tenn.;
                    several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC.,
                    NORTH AREA CHAPEL.

                    HAGOOD, JR., Ben
                    PICKENS, S.C. - Ben (Bud) Folger Hagood, Jr., 75, of 204 Harvest Dr.,
                    Easley, died Monday, November 19, 2001, at a Greenville hospital.
                    Born in Easley, S.C., Mr. Hagood was the son of the late Ben Folger
                    and Margaret Sellers Hagood. He attended Easley Schools and was
                    graduated from the Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn. After serving
                    in the United States Navy during World War II aboard the U.S.S. Haven
                    in the Pacific and Asiatic Theatres, he attended the University of
                    South Carolina where he was a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and
                    the Cotillion Club. In 1948, he went to work for Pickens Mill, which
                    later became Mayfair Mills, where he was elected Director and Vice-
                    President in 1956. He continued in that capacity until his retirement
                    in 1994. Mr. Hagood was a charter member of the Pickens Rotary Club
                    where he served as a past president and was named a Paul Harris
                    Fellow in 1992. He was a member of the State Development Board and
                    was also named to the State Chamber of Commerce Board. Long active in
                    the University of South Carolina Gamecock Club activities, he served
                    on its State Executive Committee. Mr. Hagood had served as Chairman
                    of Pickens County United Way Fund; president of the Pickens County
                    Country Club; Advisory Board Member of Bankers Trust; Board Member of
                    Cannon Memorial Hospital; Chairman and member of the Pickens County
                    Planning Commission; and Advisory Board Member for Tri-County Tech.
                    He had served on the Board of Faith Chapel in Cedar Mountain, N.C.,
                    and was a past chairman of the Ceasar's Head Community Club. Mr.
                    Hagood was a member of Pickens Presbyterian Church where he served as
                    Elder Emeritus and formerly as Treasurer and Trustee. Mr. Hagood
                    was a member of Pickens Presbyterian Church where he served as Elder
                    Emeritus and formerly as Treasurer and Trustee.
                    Mr. Hagood is survived by his wife, Jeanne Early Hagood, of the home;
                    five children, Gary Hagood Brightwell (Mrs. Charles S.) of
                    Walterboro, S.C., Elizabeth Hagood Lindsay (Mrs. Pickens M.) of
                    Atlanta, Ga., Ben Folger Hagood, III, of Anderson, S.C., Thomas
                    Sellers Hagood, of Fort Mill, S.C., and Jeanne Clark Hagood, of
                    Charleston, S.C.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandson. He was
                    predeceased by a sister, Dorothy Hagood Grantham. Funeral services
                    will be 11 a.m., Friday, at the Pickens Presbyterian Church,
                    conducted by the Reverend Randolph Harris, private committal services
                    will be at 10 a.m., Friday, at the Hagood Family Cemetery prior to
                    the service. The body is at ROBINSON FUNERAL HOME where the family
                    will receive friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m., Wednesday. Memorials
                    may be made to the Building Fund of the Pickens Presbyterian Church,
                    P.O. Box 834, Pickens, S.C. 29671, or to the Foothills Presbyterian
                    Home, 205 Bud Nalley Drive, Easley, S.C. 29642.
                    The family is at the home.

                    KOZMA, Minera T.
                    GAINESVILLE, FLA. - Minera T. Kozma, 77, died Sunday, November 18,
                    2001 in Gainesville. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday,
                    November 23, 2001 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Mary's Our Lady of Ransom,
                    Catholic Church in Georgetown. Burial, directed by Graham Funeral
                    Home, will follow in Elmwood Cemetery. She was born in Georgetown,
                    SC., a daughter of the late Joseph Kozma and Wadia Masad Kozma. She
                    was a graduate of St. Francis Xavier School of Nursing in Charleston
                    in 1946. She later earned her BS and MS degrees in Nursing from the
                    University of Florida. Ms. Kozma was instrumental in forming the
                    basic doctrine of early patient care at North Florida Regional
                    Hospital in 1973 and was founding director of nursing. During her
                    years there, she served as a mentor to many doctors and nurses. She
                    became Vice President of Patient Services at Alachua General Hospital
                    in 1978. She is remembered for her high work standards combined with
                    fairness and compassion. Her unique ability to combine the theory of
                    nursing from an academic perspective with practical, bedside, patient-
                    oriented nursing care set the standard for patient care. Her desire
                    for excellence captured many honorary titles. Among her most
                    cherished accomplishments was becoming the Director of Nurses at
                    Roper Hospital in Charleston and Vice President for Patient Services
                    at Alachua General Hospital in Gainesville. Until her retirement in
                    1986 she taught hospital administration courses as an adjunct
                    professor with the University of Florida. She was recognized by the
                    nursing association of the University of Florida as an outstanding
                    colleague in 1989. The medical staff of Alachua General Hospital
                    honored her with the award of many years of outstanding service as
                    well as the most respected nurse award. Further tribute was given to
                    her when the Minera T. Kozma Scholarship for nurses was established.
                    Surviving are four nephews, Edward J. Isaac of Charleston, John F.
                    Isaac of Columbia, Robert A. Isaac of Athens, Georgia and Edward J.
                    Kozma, Jr. of Georgetown and a companion, Pat Sass of Gainesville.
                    Memorials may be made to Hospice of North Central Florida, 4200 NW
                    90th Blvd., Gainesville, Florida 32606.

                    ELLIOTT, Mary
                    HEMINGWAY, S.C. - Mary C. Elliott, widow of Robert L. Elliott, died
                    Monday, November 19, 2001, in a Charleston hospital. She was born
                    February 22, 1916, at Carter's Crossroads, Hemingway, SC. She was the
                    daughter of the late John Leonard and Harriet Elizabeth (Betty)
                    Carter. She was a member of Good Hope United Methodist Church, the
                    Good Hope Prayer Group and the Good Hope Sunshine Sisters.
                    Survivors include two daughters, Mary Lee Phillips and Betty Sue
                    McAlister of Hemingway; four sons, Bobby Leonard Elliott of
                    Hemingway, Charles Carter Elliott of Georgetown, Bucky Wendell
                    Elliott of Lake Lure, N.C., and Larry A. Elliott of Litchfield Beach;
                    eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The funeral will
                    be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Good Hope United Methodist Church.
                    Memorials may be made to Good Hope United Methodist Church, P.O. Box
                    491, Hemingway, SC 29554. MORRIS FUNERAL HOME in Hemingway is in
                    charge.

                    BROCKINGTON, Wendell
                    HEMINGWAY - Wendell F. "Penny" Brockington, 77, died Tuesday at his
                    residence. Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday in the
                    Hemingway First United Methodist Church with burial following in the
                    Garden of Devotion Cemetery directed by MORRIS FUNERAL HOME. Mr.
                    Brockington was born in Kingstree, a son of the late Walter R.
                    Brockington and Ethelyn Freeman Brockington. He was employed 43 years
                    at International Paper Co., was a World War II Navy veteran, a member
                    of American Legion Post #84 and was an avid fisherman.
                    Surviving include his wife Ariel Cole Ingraham Brockington of the
                    home; daughters, Kathy B. Smith of Philippi, W. Va., and Sherrell B.
                    Crawford of Anderson; sister, Lucille Macon of Pooler, Ga.; brothers,
                    Bert O. Brockington of Metarie. La., and W.R. Brockington of Goose
                    Creek and three grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son Wendell
                    (Wendy) Brockington and a brother, Gene Brockington. Memorials may
                    be made to Hemingway United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 6, Hemingway,
                    SC 29554 or one's choice. The family will receive friends from 6
                    until 8 p.m. on Thursday at the funeral home.

                    SCOTT, Mark
                    Mark Elliot Scott, 40, of Moncks Corner, S.C., died Saturday,
                    November 17, 2001, at his residence. Funeral services will be held
                    at Parks Funeral Home Chapel, Wednesday morning, November 21, 2001,
                    at 11 o'clock. Burial will be private. Arrangements by PARKS
                    FUNERAL HOME, SUMMERVILLE, S.C. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be
                    made to Patti A. Scott and Family, Account #1102941-00, c/o South
                    Carolina Federal Credit Union, P.O. Box 190012, N. Charleston, S.C.
                    29419-9012, or the care of the Scott children.

                    BUCKNER, Mamie
                    Mamie Iola Buckner, 75, formerly of Ruffin, SC., died Sunday,
                    November 19, 2001, in Jacksonville, N.C. The funeral will be 1:00
                    p.m. Wednesday, November 21, 2001, in Sykes Savannah United Methodist
                    Church, Ruffin. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Buckner
                    was born in Colleton County and was a daughter of the late Pete Adams
                    and Netha Givens. She attended the public schools in Colleton County
                    and was a member of Friendly Christian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y.
                    Surviving are: one son, Ned Dubois, Jr., Nashville, Tenn., a
                    daughter, Margie Priscilla Rogers (Tyrone), Jacksonville, NC.; three
                    granddaughters, Lora LueVonde Gant (Tyrone), Walterboro, SC.,
                    Veronica Carter (Charles), North Charleston, SC., and Benita
                    Priscilla Rogers, Jacksonville, NC.; one grandson, Mondell Gregory
                    Crosby (Josie), El Paso, Texas; a great-grandson, Charles Michael
                    Carter, Jr., North Charleston, SC., and a sister-in-law, Angeline
                    Givens, Ruffin, SC. Arrangements by HAMILTON'S FUNERAL HOME of
                    Walterboro, SC.

                    KNIGHT, B. Way
                    The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Way Knight are
                    invited to attend the funeral service of the former at the First
                    Christian Church of Moncks Corner, Wednesday morning, November 21,
                    2001 at 11 o'clock. Interment will be in St. John's Baptist Church
                    Cemetery. Friends may call at RUSSELL FUNERAL CHAPEL, Moncks Corner.
                    In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Christian
                    Church of Moncks Corner, 1504 Highway 52, Moncks Corner, SC 29461.

                    ROBERTS, Tuffy
                    WEATHERFORD, TX - Master Chief Machinist Mate Tuffy Roberts, died at
                    his home in Weatherford, Texas on November 17, 2001. He is survived
                    by his loving wife, Janice Roberts, one daughter, Tracy Garvin, two
                    granddaughters Ashleigh and Bayleigh all of Weatherford, Texas. His
                    son, Terry Roberts preceded him in death. Tuffy lived in Goose Creek,
                    SC for twenty years during his career in the US Navy. Many will
                    remember Tuffy as a friend and shipmate on Fleet Ballistic Missile
                    submarines. GALBREAITH PICKARD FUNERAL CHAPEL of Weatherford, in
                    charge of arrangements.(800) 593-2747.

                    MARTIN, Ralph
                    The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin are invite to
                    attend his funeral services of the former at the graveside in Old St.
                    Andrew's Parish Episcopal Churchyard Wednesday, at 11 o'clock.
                    Memorials may be made to the Old St. Andrew's Parish Episcopal
                    Church, 2604 Ashley River Road, Charleston, SC 29414. Arrangements
                    by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

                    CROSBY, Ralph
                    The relatives and friends of Colonel and Mrs. Ralph Crosby are
                    invited to attend the funeral services of the former in First Baptist
                    Church of Charleston Wednesday at 11:00 o'clock. Interment, Oakview
                    Cemetery, Salley, SC at 2:30 o'clock. Memorials may be made to First
                    Baptist Church, 48 Meeting St., Charleston, SC 29401. Arrangements
                    by J. HENRY STUHR, INC. DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.

                    SIMMONS, Rosetta
                    Entered into eternal rest on Monday, November 19, 2001, Mrs. Rosetta
                    Simmons, beloved mother of Mrs. Ruth Smalls. Late residence 1385
                    Ashley River Road Apt 56-C. The family will be receiving friends at
                    1385 Ashley River Road Apt 34-E. Friends may call at FIELDING HOME
                    FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348 OR 1-800-290-5954. Funeral Notice Later.

                    FRASIER, Mable
                    Entered into eternal rest on Sunday, November 18, 2001, Ms. Mable
                    Frasier, beloved mother of Mrs. Caroline S. Glover (Frank) of
                    Oceanside, CA, grandmother of Robert W. Phoenix and Charles M.
                    Phoenix of Charleston, SC, Frank Gerald Glover of Oceanside, CA,
                    Sandra Phoenix of Laurel, MD, Cynthia Glover-Woods (Byron) of Corona,
                    CA. Late residence 44 Anita Drive, Charleston, SC. Friends may call
                    at FIELDING HOME FOR FUNERALS, 722-3348 OR 1-800-290-5954. Funeral
                    Notice Later. Donations may be made in the name of the deceased to
                    the American Heart Association.

                    HAYWARD-WILSON, C.
                    The relatives and friends of Mrs. Carolyn A. Hayward-Wilson and those
                    of her husband, Mr. Howard Wilson, son, Mr. Kendall Hayward
                    (Charlene), grandchildren, parents, Mrs. Geneva Watkins Hayward and
                    the late Rev. Eugene Hayward, sisters and brothers, Evangelist Joan
                    Marie H. Wright, Mr. Joseph Earl Hayward (Maxine), Mr. Leonard Gene
                    Hayward (Lynda) and Mrs. Mary Sandra Hurt, a special cousin, Ms.
                    Sandra Heyward, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other cousins, other
                    relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral services
                    today (Wednesday), November 21, 2001, 1PM at Nazarene Baptist Church,
                    4383 Savannah Highway, Ravenel, SC. Rev. Wilford Waring, officiating.
                    Interment: Red Top Community Cemetery. Remains will lie in state at
                    the church today (Wednesday) from 12 Noon until the hour of service.
                    Arrangements by WALKER'S , MORTUARY "CHAPEL OF PEACE," 3407 Old Pond
                    Road, John's Island, SC, Phone 559-0341.
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