Born Jan. Ruth was a talented seamstress, enjoyed gardening, was an excellent cook, and loved to help others. She spent most. March 24, at Hopewell Baptist Church in Chesterfield. Hartsville , S. Wilton B. Graveside services were at 5 p. Mackall was born Jan. Air Force, where he was a Senior Master Sergeant.
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Surviving is his wife of 48 years, Julia Davis Mackall of the home and other relatives and friends. May Belle Wilkes Teal, 83, died March 22, Teal was born Nov. Henry Cannon Hudson. Funeral services were held March 28, at 2 p. The Reverend Marvin Lynch officiated with burial following in the adjacent church cemetery.
The family will receive friends p. He attended Chesterfield and Darlington County schools, graduating from St. David's Academy in Retired for over 16 years, he spent most of his time at Hill's Service Station reminiscing with Nancy Hill Baker, her family, and Molly, the dog. He served as a historian for Society Hill. His hobbies included collecting vintage bottles, various metals, and other unique items.
He was a long-time active member of Welsh Neck Baptist Church where he sang in the choir and was active on the church social committee for many years, and most recently served as Assistant Sunday School Secretary. He was predeceased by his brother James C. In addition to his brother's children, he is survived by a host of nieces and nephews, his church family, and many friends.
He is survived by four sisters: Margaret H. Patterson and Lola H. Driggers both of Laurinburg , N. Engressia of Orlando , Fla. Hill of Moncks Corner and other relatives and friends. Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Edgar K. Powers, 91, died March 24, Funeral service for Edgar Kinney Powers will be held at p. Powers Jr. Powers; and a sister, Mrs. James T. Thelma Irvin. Surviving are his children, Edgar K. Powers, Jr. James P.
Nola Jane Covington of Columbia; and other relatives and friends. Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Whitner-Evans Funeral Home, Inc.
March 29, at Welsh Neck Baptist Church. The family received friends March 28, p. Daisy was born July 11th, a daughter of the late Leslie L. She was the first recipient and namesake for the "Daisy Award" for nursing excellence, September 24, , given every year in her honor. She dedicated her life to nursing until her retirement. Box , Columbia , S. Harry Walker Weede, Sr. A memorial service was held at Scotia Village in Laurinburg at a.
March 31, and later that day at 4 p. David's Cemetery. Visitation was held at Kiser Funeral Home from p. March Educated in the public schools of Plymouth , he later managed a retail variety store in Scotland , Neck, N. Weede were married in , the first couple to be married in the new sanctuary of Cheraw First Baptist Church.
The couple moved to Cheraw on a permanent basis in and joined First Baptist. Weede has been a member for almost 60 years and serving for several terms as a deacon. Weede joined the Colgate Palmolive Company as a sales representative and later served as district sales supervisor for portions of Virginia and North Carolina.
Weede continued with Allison-Erwin until his retirement in Cheraw, in He was a year member of the Rams Club, and until recently, rarely missed a football game. Weede was preceded in death by his beloved wife of nearly 59 years, Kate Covington Weede. Memorials may be made to one of the following: St.
David's Cemetery Association, P.
Box , Chapel Hill , NC Lewis M. Kimrey, Sr.
Kimrey, Sr, 80, died March 22, A service was held at a. March 26, in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Grant Hoffman officiating. Burial followed in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Kimrey was a member of Local 71, a former member of the Masonic Lodge and a veteran of the U.
Army, having served his country during W. Kimrey will be remembered as a loving husband and father and a mentor to all. Kimrey, Jr, and his wife Kay H. Kimrey, Joseph W.
Phillips, and her husband, John R. Phillips and Lisa K. McGee, and her husband, Allen C. McGee; 10 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends. McEwen - Mint Hill Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Thelma A. Sullivan, 82, died March 28, The family received friends on Saturday, p. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred S. Box , Jefferson , SC Sutton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Detha Mae Isaac. March 22, Mt. Mary Baptist Church. Detha was born Sept. She was educated in the public schools of Chesterfield County. During her early life she attended Morning Star Baptist Church.
She was married to the late Leverne Isaac, Sr. She was preceded in death by a sister, six brothers and two grandchildren. Grooms Funeral Home of Cheraw was in charge of arrangements. Burial was held in Montrose Cemetery. Isabell was born July 12, a daughter of the late Anderson and Lannie Burns. There she was a member of the Pee Dee Choral Ensemble where she served for many years.
She was with the choir when they made their album. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Ernest, Robert and Anderson, Jr. Grooms Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Allen John La'forte.