Miscellaneous Darlington County, South Carolina Obituaries - 2000

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MILDRED O. COLLINS
Services for Mildred O. Collins, 61, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, in Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home Chapel in Darlington, with burial in Black Creek Cemetery.

Mrs. Collins was born in Darlington County and was the daughter of the late Wesley and Ethel Cagle. She was a member of the Dovesville Church of God and the things she enjoyed most were spending time with her family and working in her yard and garden.

Mrs. Collins was preceded in death by her husband, Barney C. Collins.

She is survived by three sons, Charlie (Suzanne) Collins, Glen Collins and Harold (Dianne) Collins, all of Hartsville; one daughter, Anita (Ronnie) Gainey of Darlington; four brothers, Buddy Cagle, Bill Cagle and James Cagle, all of Hartsville and Larry Cagle of Patrick; three sisters, Bertha Gainey, Beatrice Bell and Frances Griggs, all of Hartsville; 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

FRANCES P. KING
LAMAR – Graveside services for Frances P. King, 87, of Lamar, were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, in Lamar Cemetery, directed by Belk Funeral Home, Lamar Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Lamar United Methodist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 555, Lamar, S.C. 29069.

Mrs. King died Friday, Oct. 27, in a Camden hospital after an illness. She was born in Darlington County, a daughter of the late James N. and Careen Lane Plummer. She was married to the late Marvin King. Mrs. King was a member of Lamar United Methodist Church.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. LaRue (Mary K.) Watson of Camden; a brother, Bud Plummer of Santee and four grandchildren.

JUANITA S. MELTON
Services for Juanita Stewart Melton, 97, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Carroll Pope officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery directed by Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home.

Mrs. Melton, widow of Winston Melton, died Friday, Oct. 27. Born in Darlington County, she was a daughter of the late Luther and Mary Elizabeth Howell Stewart. She was a member of Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church.

Surviving are her two sons and daughter-in-law, Robert (Marlene) Melton of Oates and Hazel Melton of North Myrtle Beach; two daughters and son-in-law, Miriam Hall of Hartsville and Geraldine (J.L.) Clements of Lamar; sister, Grace Jeffords of Oates; nine grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.

GEORGE D. DALEY JR.
Services for George D. Daley Jr., 82, were held at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, at North Hartsville Baptist Church with the Rev. Ladell Humphries and the Rev. Richard Bailey officiating. Burial will be at 2 p.m. today, Nov. 1, at the Florence National Cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Alzheimer's Foundation.

Mr. Daley was born in Augusta, Ga., a son of the late George D. Daley Sr. and Ruth Bell Daley. He was retired as a Chief Petty Officer from the U.S. Navy after 22 years of service, ETC, and later retired from the Civil Service. He was a veteran of WWII and the Korean War and was a member of the North Hartsville Baptist Church.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Leola Seigler Daley of Hartsville; two daughters, Mrs. Jane Turnage of Hartsville and Mrs. Joann Correll of Columbia; one son, George William Daley of Shreveport, La.; three brothers, Walter Daley of Augusta, Ga., Jimmy Daley of Goose Creek and Eddie Daley of Moncks Corner; three sisters, Joann Lackey of Camden, Virginia Payne of Charleston Heights and Grace Whitfield of Wadmalaw Island; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

LeROY CEASER JR.
Services for LeRoy ÒBubbieÓ Ceaser Jr. were held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, 2000 at Kay Branch Baptist Church with burial in Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Cemetery directed by Hines Funeral Home.

Mr. Ceaser died Tuesday, Oct. 24, in a Charleston hospital after an extended illness. He was born in the Bishopville area of Lee County, a son of Leroy Ceaser Sr. and the late Eva Dell McCaskill Ceaser. He was educated in Darlington County public schools, graduating with the Butler High School Class of 1970. He was married to Mae Verna Ceaser and to this union three daughters were born. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church where he served on the Usher Board and sang with the Bruce Singers. Mr. Ceaser later became a member of the New Testament Missionary Baptist Church where he served as a trustee along with many other capacities in an effort to praise his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

He leaves to cherish his fond memories his wife, Mae Verna Ceaser of the home; his father, Leroy Ceaser Sr.; three daughters, Shonney Ceaser, Trena Ceaser and Latrissus Leach, all of Hartsville; four sisters, Patricia (Charles) Sanders of Richmond, Va., Jeanette Ceaser, Annette Cabbages-talk and Kristie Huggins, all of Hartsville; two brothers, Anthony Huggins and Timothy Huggins, both of Hartsville; one grandmother, Mamie McCaskill of Hartsville; two godchildren, Kimesha Davis and Utavia Haigler, both of Hartsville; four sisters-in-law, Betty (Sterling) Stausbury, Lula (Richard) Haigler, Patricia (Gabriel) Haigler, Dorothy (William) Alfred; three brothers-in-law, Laverne (Jaretta) Bruce, Eddie (Valarie) Wright and Kenny (Anita) Bruce; a special friend, Joseph Woodham; six grandchildren; and a host of close relatives and very dear friends.

JULIAN DICKERSON SR.
DARLINGTON – Graveside services for Julian R. Dickerson Sr., 60, were held at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, in Grove Hill Cemetery in Darlington directed by Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home of Darlington.

Mr. Dickerson died Friday, Oct. 27, in a local hospital after an illness. He was the husband of Joyce B. Dickerson.

He was born in Darlington County, a son of the late Atney Lee and Margaret Rhodes Dickerson. He attended Darlington public schools and was a member of the St.

David's Masonic Lodge #72. He was employed with Consolidated Frieght-ways as a driver salesman. He planned to retire at the end of this year after nearly 40 years of trucking. Mr. Dickerson was a very loving husband, father and grandfather.

Survivors include one son, Julian R. (Kelley) Dickerson; two daughters, Cynthia L. Dickerson and Paula D. (Mark) Stokes; one grandson, Rhodes Dickerson III, all of Darlington; three brothers, Charles E. Dickerson and Leon R. Dickerson, of Darlington and Atney L. Dickerson of Bell Vernon, Pa.; one sister, Margaret A. Chaplin of Darlington; two special nieces, Rebecca Moody and Jane M.Lloyd, both of Darlington and many other nieces, nephews and cousins, in-laws and friends.

Mr. Dickerson was predeceased by two brothers, William M. Dickerson and Richard T. Dickerson.

MARGARET HARRELL
Services for Margaret Bryant Harrell, 78, will be held at 3 p.m. today, Nov. 1, 2000, at the Chapel of Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home. The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Hood will officiate with burial in Darlington Memory Gardens Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 181 E. Evans St., Suite 206, Florence, SC 29506.

Mrs. Harrell, widow of Leonard A. Harrell, died Sunday, Oct. 29. Born in Darlington County, she was a daughter of the late Junie Anderson and Bessie Carnelia Sexton Bryant. She was a member of Fourth Street Baptist Church.

Surviving are her two sons and daughter-in-law, James Leonard Harrell of Rockport, Texas, Robert Alvin (Leanna) Harrell of Devine, Texas; three brothers, A.P. Bryant of Hartsville, Ralph Bryant of Pensacola, FL, Boardman Bryant of Lamar; two sisters, Doris Huggins of Pensacola, Fla., Harriet Morrell of Hartsville; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

CARETHA PASSMORE
DARLINGTON – Services for Caretha Crim ÒKittyÓ Passmore were held at 12 noon, Oct. 28, 2000, in New Providence Baptist Church with burial following in Hoodfield Cemetery directed by Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home of Darlington.

Mrs. Passmore died Thursday, Oct. 26, at her residence after an illness. Born in Hawthorne, Fla., she was a daughter of the late Pearl and Archie Crim. She attended the Florida public schools. She received her BS degree from Bowie State University and did further graduate work at Loyola College, Morgan State University, John's Hopkins University and Coppin State University to earn a master's equivalence. For about 30 years she taught in the public schools of Frederick County and Baltimore City. After moving to Darlington in 1991 with her companion, Willie Jackson, she joined New Providence Baptist Church under the pastorate of the Rev. Coleman Cannon Sr. where her membership remained until her death.

Survivors include a son, Bernard (Deborah) Davis of Baltimore, Md.; four grandchildren, Anita, Robert, Bernard and Gerald, all of Baltimore, Md.; 16 great-grandchildren; special nephew, Theodore Jackson; other nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends, Fannie Hudson, Marie Bacote and Margie Dickerson.

RAELINE JAI S. JOHNSON
DARLINGTON – Services for Mrs. Raeline Jai Small Johnson were held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2000, in the Pee Dee United Elks Lodge No. 1679. Burial followed in Cooper Cemetery directed by Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home Inc. of Darlington.

Mrs. Johnson, 31, died on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the home of her parents. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., a daughter of James Small and Rosemary Skinner Small.

She attended the Darlington County public schools and was a graduate of St. John's High School Class of 1987 and continued her studies at Florence-Darlington Technical College. She was married to Ronald Johnson of Edgefield. After leaving S.C. she traveled extensively. Later moving to Philadelphia, Pa., where she began her recording career. There, she recorded and produced numerous CD's. Her recording name was RaEven BLU.

Survivors include her father and stepmother, James and Edith Small of Darlington; three children, Queenie Mayon Johnson, Quanytta Johnson and Oya Oshumari ÒRainbowÓ Esspirit; two brothers, Anthony (Terri) Small of Randallstown, Md., and Leland Small of Darlington; her paternal grandparents, Herbert Small (Margaret Small, deceased) of Darlington; two aunts, Peggy Windley and Donna Laviscount, both of Darlington; two uncles, Kevin and Keith Small, deceased; two nieces, Jeri and Mykeia; one nephew, Travonta; two special cousins, ZenoBia Small and Michael Laviscount; a host of other cousins; a special friend, Yolanda Knox; other relatives and friends.

ROSA L. JACKSON
DARLINGTON – Services Rosa Lee Wilson Jackson will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, 2000, in New Hopewell Baptist Church with the Rev. Calvin Daniels officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery directed by Young & Young Funeral Home.

Mrs. Jackson died Sunday, Oct. 29, at Carolina Hospital System after an illness. She was born in Darlington County, a daughter of the late James and Louise Harrison Wilson. She was a graduate of Rosenwald High School and a member of New Hopewell Baptist Church.

Surviving are four daughters, Doretha (Junior) Bush, Elder Mary (Jerome) George and Mae Jane (Jessie) Dudley, all of Darlington and Pauline Jackson of Irvington, N.J.; three sons, Willie (Loretta) Jackson of Bridgeport, Conn., John (Diane) David and Edward (Vernetta) Davis of Newark, N.J.; three sisters, Serina Dixon of Burlington, N.J., Fannie Mae Zimmerman of Baltimore, Md., and Mary Jane (Walter) Tedder of Hartsville; four brothers, James Wilson of New York, N.Y., Freddie Wilson of Hartsville, Roosevelt Wilson of Burlington, N.J., and Robert James of Hampton, Conn.; 21 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

DOROTHY SCARBOROUGH
LAMAR – Services for Dorothy S. Scarborough, 86, of Lamar, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, 2000, in Lamar First Baptist Church with interment following in Fair Hope Cemetery in Lamar directed by Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home of Lamar. Memorials may be made to the Lamar First Baptist Church, P. O. Box 431, Lamar, S.C. 29069; Lamar Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 114, Lamar, S.C. 29069; Thornwell Home and School for Children, P. O. Box 60, Clinton, S.C. 29325 or the charity of one's choice.

Mrs. Scarborough was born in Middleton, Ohio, and was the only daughter of the late Frederick C. and Louise Johnson Schueller. A South Carolina resident for more than 60 years, Mrs. Scarborough was a well-respected and active member of Lamar First Baptist Church and the community. Most recently, she attended Lamar First Baptist Church, but was also a former elder of Fair Hope Presbyterian Church. She was a member of the Pee Dee Electric Co-op Board of Trustees. She also served on the Darlington County Water and Sewer Board of Directors. In addition, she was a member of Women in Rural Electrification, Crossroads Home Demonstration Club, and numerous other social and service organizations. Mrs. Scarborough was preceded in death by her husbands, Robert M. Saverance, Presley V. Sims and J. Laverne Scarborough.

Survivors are two children, J. Fred Saverance of Lamar and Phyllis S. Lambert of Greensboro, N.C.; four grandchildren, Robert Saverance of Lamar, Julian Saverance of Lancaster, Cheralyn Lambeth of Charlotte, N.C., and Michelle Lambeth of Raleigh, N.C.; three great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, step-children and step-grandchildren.

RAYMOND TYNER SR.
Services for Raymond Tyner Sr., 58, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, at Kelleytown Baptist Church with the Rev. Gary Anderson officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Kelleytown Baptist Church Building Fund.

Mr. Tyner was born in Darlington County, a son of the late Marion H. and Bernice Langley Tyner. He was retired from Sonoco Products Co. after 37 years of service, a member of the Old Timers Club, the Kelleytown Baptist Church, the Brotherhood and a former deacon. He was preceded in death by brothers, Leslie, Carson, Buddy and Rudolph Tyner.

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jacquelyn Grantham Tyner of Hartsville; two sons, Todd Tyner of Sanford, N.C. and Charles Raymond Tyner Jr. of Conway; one daughter, Mrs. Angela Rivers of Florence; one sister, Mrs. Cornelia Moore of Hartsville; two brothers, Frank Tyner of Hartsville and Marion Tyner of Murrell's Inlet; eight grandchildren, Abby, Tori, Lacey and Makenzie Tyner and Bradley, Keely and Hart Rivers; one great-grandchild, Tiffany Rivers.

TINA SMITH
Graveside services for Ada Martina ÒTinaÓ Marshall Smith, 50, were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, 2000 in Magnolia Cemetery with the Rev. Ted Duvall officiating, directed by Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.

Mrs. Smith died Thursday, Oct. 26. Born in Florence, she was a daughter of the late M. McLeod and Ruby Marshall Marshall. She was a member of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church and was previously employed as an office manager with Paper Stock Dealers of Sonoco Products Company.

Surviving are her husband, George Ray Smith Jr. of Hartsville; sons and daughter-in-law, Sid and Kassandra Segars of Randolph, N.J., and George Ray Smith III of Hartsville; brother, Miller Marshall of Hartsville. She was predeceased by her first husband, Sidney Segars Jr.

WINSTON D. REED
DARLINGTON – Services for Winston Dubose Reed, 63, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, 2000, at Temple Free Will Baptist Church. Interment followed in Grove Hill Cemetery directed by Belk Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Temple Free Will Baptist Church Building Fund, P. O. Box 287, Darlington, S.C. 29540.

Mr. Reed died Friday, Oct. 27, at his residence after an extended illness. He was born in Williamsburg County, the son of the late Raleigh F. Reed and Ruby Norton Reed Brown. He served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He retired from the South Carolina Highway Patrol as a lieutenant after 38 years of service as a state trooper. Mr. Reed was a member of the S.C. Law Enforcement Association and attended Temple Free Will Baptist Church.

Surviving are his wife, Iva Shepard Reed of the home; three sons, Alan N. (Debra) Reed of Darlington and M. Glenn (Karen) Reed and R. Gregg Reed, both of Rock Hill; two stepchildren, Deborah Lynn Broach of Columbia and Tim (Brenda) Ward of Simpsonville; five grandchildren; and two brothers, Kenny Reed and Donald ÒSonnyÓ Reed, both of Darlington.

EDNA CHAPMAN
Services for Edna Atkinson Chapman, 85, were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2000, at the chapel of Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home. Bishop Henry Keith and Bishop Lawrence Quick officiated with burial in the Society Hill Mormon Cemetery.

Mrs. Chapman, widow of Curtis Chapman, died Sunday, Oct. 29. Born in Darlington County, she was a daughter of the late John Fate and Florence Louisa Dixon Atkinson. She was a life member of the Society Hill Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Prior to retirement, she was a security guard with Burns.

Surviving are her two daughters and son-in-law, Patricia and Wayne English of Society Hill, Carolyn Griggs of Holts Summit, Mo., brother, Fred Atkinson of Cheraw; nine grandchildren, Marty English, Jackie Crowley, Robbie English, Patti English, Wayne Griggs, Donnie Griggs, Lynn Kemple, Mike Griggs, Scott Griggs; and 16 great-grandchildren.

DALLAS FENWICK
Dallas Fenwick, 60, of Hartsville, died Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, in Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center after an illness. Arrangements will be announced by Young & Young Funeral Home.

WILLIAM COLEMAN SR.
William Coleman Sr., 55, of Hartsville, died Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, in McLeod Regional Medical Center after an illness. Arrangements to be announced by Young & Young Funeral Home.

ROBERT AUSTIN SR.
Robert Austin Sr. of McBee, died Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, after an extended illness. Funeral arrangements to be announced by Hines Funeral Home. The family will receive friends at the residence, 504 Kingston Drive, McBee.

ROBERT AUSTIN SR.
Mr. Robert “Bobby” Austin Sr. of McBee, died Monday Oct. 30, 2000 in a Charleston hospital after an illness. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, 2000, in Hartsville Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Burial will be in the Sandy Bluff United Methodist Church Cemetery directed by Hines Funeral Home. The body will lie in state in the funeral home Saturday from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Family will receive friends at the residence on Kingston Drive. Mr. Austin was born in Lee County, a son of Mae Willis Austin and the late Warren Jenkins. He was educated in the public schools, graduating from Bishopville High School with the class of 1975. He was married to Ronetta Peterson Austin on March 26, 1976. He was employed with the Milliken Plant of Hartsville until its closing and was last employed with Gayley and Lord of Society Hill before having a disabling accident Jan. 10, 1985. He was a regular attendee of the meetings of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses of Hartsville. Survivors are his wife, Ronetta Austin of the home; mother, Mae Willis Austin of Hartsville; two sons, Robert (Kisha) Austin, Jr., and Benjamin Lee (Tamela) Austin of Hartsville; a daughter, Wanda (Derrick) Goodman of Bishopville; seven sisters, Mary N. Addison and Jeanette (Jerry) Moses of Hartsville, Joanne (Hebert) Wilks of Florence, Betty Jean Austin of Boston, Mass., Elizabeth Tisdale and Windy Jenkins of Greensboro, N.C., Linda (AIphonso ) Montgomery of Durham, N.C.; six brothers, Willie James Austin, Charles Austin and David Austin all of Hartsville, Booker T. (Sharon) Austin of Kissamee, Fla., Larry Jenkins and Steven Jenkins, both of Greensboro, N.C.; and a grandson JoQuan Derick Austin.

LINDA RIFFE
Graveside services for Linda Riffe, 46, will be held at 1 p.m. today, Nov. 2, 2000, at the Riffe Family Cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home. Mrs. Riffe died Tuesday, Oct. 31. She was born in West Virginia, a daughter of the late Ellis and Opal Collins Lester. Surviving are her husband, Brian Riffe of Hartsville; two sons, David Coleman and Ananias Coleman Jr.; seven brothers, Bert, Dennis, Ogden, Bennie, Sandy, Sidney and Kermet Lester; one sister, Irene Grant and two grandchildren.

SAM McLENDON
DARLINGTON — Services for Sam McLendon, 76, will be held at 3 p.m. today, Nov. 3, 2000, in Mont Clare Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Mechanicsville Baptist Church Cemetery directed by Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Hospice of the Pee Dee, 555 E. Cheves St., Florence, S.C., 29501. Mr. McLendon died Tuesday, Oct. 31, at his residence after an illness. He was born in Virgina and was the son of the late Sam and Nell E. Hatchell McLendon. He was a member of Mont Clare Baptist Church. Mr. McLendon served his country in WWII. He was a farmer and worked for a number of years with Oaklyn Plantation. Mr. McLendon was preceded in death by a brother, Charlie Bradshaw. Survivors include two sons, Larry (Selma) McLendon of Cheraw, and Tony (Denise) McLendon of Darlington; one daughter, Cathy (Lewis) Adams of Cheraw; one brother, Tommy Bradshaw of Darlington; three grandchildren and one great grandchild.

DALLAS FENWICK
Services for Dallas Fenwick will be held today at 4 p.m. in the Harold L. & Dorothy J. Young Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Maryland National Cemetery in Laurel Md. Young & Young Funeral Home of Hartsville is in charge. Mrs. Fenwick, 60, died Monday in Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center after an illness. She was born in Crew, Va., a daughter of the late John and Emma Hunnicutt. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Laurel, Md., and received her education in Crew, Va., public schools. Surviving are a daughter, Jacqueline Fenwick of Hartsville; three sons, Robert (Jacqueline) Fenwick of Clinton, Md., Michael Fenwick of Glenarden, Md., and Ronald (Gaynelle) Fenwick of Capital Hight, Md.; two step sisters, Mary Wyche of Emporia, Va., and Jean Cable of Richmond, Va.; and 10 grandchildren.

MARTHA MALMGREN
Graveside services for Martha Estelle Carnes Malmgren, formerly of Florence, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, 2000, at Magnolia Cemetery in Hartsville. Thomas McAfree Funeral Home of Greenville is in charge. Memorials may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Mrs. Malmgren died Sunday, Oct. 29. Born in Hartsville, she was a daughter of the late Ernest Edward and Mary Elizabeth Howle Carnes and the widow of Edward P. Malmgren. She was a graduate of Queen’s College and formerly owned a women’s clothing store. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Hartsville. Surviving are a sister, Mary Elizabeth Carnes Fant of Greenville.

LUEVERT CHAMBERS
Mrs. Luevert Chambers of Hartsville died on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2000, in the DeKalb Medical Hospital of Decatur, Ga. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hines Funeral Home, Inc.

WILLIAM COLEMAN
Services for William Coleman Sr., 55, will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2000, in Harold L. & Dorothy J. Young Memorial Chapel with Rev. Janice L. Frederick-Watts, officiating, directed by Young & Young Funeral Home. Mr. Coleman died Monday, Oct. 30, in McLeod Regional Medical Center after an illness. He was born in Culpepper, Va., a son of Clara Nicholson Kemp and the late Johnny Coleman. Surviving other than his mother of Washington, D.C., are his wife, Justine Campbell Coleman of Hartsville; three sons, William Coleman Jr. and JaVon Coleman, both of Hartsville, and Kenny Pettyway of Washington, D.C.; his step-mother, Frankie Coleman; five sisters, Anna Mae Hines, Maria Washington, Jacqueline Coleman Miles, Mary Turner and Melissa Coleman; three brothers, Joseph Coleman, Barry Coleman and Robert Kemp.


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