Miscellaneous Darlington County, South Carolina Obituaries - 2001

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LAURA DUNDY
Services for Laura Dundy, 54, were held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in New Hopewell Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery directed by Young & Young Funeral Home.

Ms. Dundy, died Tuesday in McLeod Regional Medical Center after an illness.

She was born in Darlington County, a daughter of Lelia Jackson Dundy. She received her education in the public schools of the county and was a member of New Hopewell Baptist Church.

Surviving other than her mother of Society Hill, are three sons, Paul Dundy, Ronzo Dundy and David Dundy, all of Society Hill; five sisters, Lelia (Monroe) Dundy and Betty (Levern) James, both of Society Hill, Lillie (Eddie) Gattison and Mabel (Tyrone) Little, both of Darlington and Alice (Billy) Mitchell of Hartsville; five brothers, Jimmy (Verdie) Dundy of Winston-Salem, N.C., Early (Janie) Dundy, Lessie (Naomi) Dundy, Levern Dundy and Elijah (Gina) Dundy, all of Society Hill; an aunt, Mary Bonaparte of Columbia; her fiance, John Leavy of Winston Salem, N.C.; eight grandchildren; two daughters-in-law, Stacey Dundy of Society Hill and Phillips Dundy of Bennettsville.

RICKY DIXON
PATRICK – Services for Ricky Dixon, 38, were held at 3 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2001, at Middendorf Church of God with interment in the church cemetery directed by Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home of Chesterfield.

Mr. Dixon died Friday, April 13. He was born in Chesterfield, a son of Ray Dixon and the late Mildred Purvis Dixon. He was a former textile employee and carpenter.

Survivors are his father and step-mother, Ray and Deborah Dixon of Patrick; two brothers, David Dixon and James Dixon, both of Patrick; three sisters, Louise Moore, Lisa Dianne Farmer and Mary Dixon, all of Patrick; three step-brothers, Albert Wood of Cheraw, Jeffrey Butler and Alex Wood, both of Patrick; one step-sister, Dale Wood of Cheraw and a number of nieces and nephews.

JAYE C . WOODS
LAMAR – Services for Jaye Charles Woods, 69, were held at 3 p.m. Monday, April 16, 2001, in the Lamar Chapel of Belk Funeral Home. A private interment will be held in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C., at a later date.

Mr. Woods was born in Lamar on May 5, 1931, a son of the late J. G. Woods and Bessie Jowers Woods. He was a graduate of Lamar High School and a U.S. Navy veteran having served during the Korean Conflict on the USS Boxer. He was a member of Lamar First Baptist Church.

He is survived by a son, Jim (Wendy) Woods of Florence; a daughter, Scarlett (Charles) Gee of Lamar; a brother and sister-in-law, Drane and Mattie Ann Woods of Lamar; grandchildren, Sarah Hannah Gee and Jaye Woods and two nieces, Jane (Durby) Amerson of Lamar and June (John) Capotosti of Sardis.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Lamar Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 114, Lamar, S.C. 29069 or the Lamar First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 431, Lamar, S.C. 29069.

JACK McDONALD
Memorial services for John Angus "Jack" McDonald, Jr., 62, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, 2001, at Wesley United Methodist Church with the Rev. Gene Holmes officiating. Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home was in charge. Memorials may be made to Wesley United Methodist Church Building Fund.

Mr. McDonald was born in Darlington County, a son of the late John Angus and Jacqueline Hilton McDonald Sr. He was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church and was an avid outdoorsman.

Surviving are his brothers and sisters-in-law, Carl Hilton and Crystal McDonald, Michael Ladd and Brenda McDonald, all of Hartsville.

THESSALONIAN BRISTO
Services for Thessalonian Bristo were held at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 15, 2001, in New Hope United Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery directed by Young & Young Funeral Home.

Mr. Bristo died the first week of April. He was born in Chesterfield County, a son of the late Boisey and Ruth Harris Bristo. He was a member of New Hope United Methodist Church, attended the public schools and graduated from Butler High School and attended Morris College. He served in the U.S. Army and received the Victory Medal and an Occupation Medal because of outstanding service. Thessalonian, affectionately called "Buster," was an asset to this community because he served as a mentor to the youths in the area. He coached the neighborhood baseball team for many years and was considered a great coach. He was loved and respected because he knew how to treat others. He also served as the neighborhood driving instructor and many young people attributed their knowledge of driving to him.

Surviving are his wife, Alberta Hall Bristo of McBee; a daughter, Vera Ruth; a son, Melvin (Elizabeth) Murphy; four sisters, Mary Pate, Lou Doris Jackson, Pinkie (Robert) Lighty and Vivian Moore, all of Hartsville; a brother, Boisey James Bristo of Hartsville; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

KESHAWN J. MILLS
DARLINGTON – Graveside services for Baby Keshawn Jerod Mills were held at 10 a.m. Monday, April 16, 2001, in Lawson Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. The Rev. Wilbert White officiated. Burial followed directed by Mitchell Josey Funeral Home.

Baby Boy Mills, seven days old, died Friday, April 13, in a Florence hospital after an illness. He was born in Florence County, a son of Hythen Garner and Michael Mills.

Survivors include his parents of Darlington; sister, Keyonna Mills of Darlington; maternal grandparents, Harold and Loretta Garner Jr.; paternal grandparents, Patricia and David Mills Sr.; great grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Garner Sr., Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith and Mrs. Rosena Samuel, all of Darlington, and Walter Wingate of Timmonsville.

MARJORIE BRITT
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Mrs. Marjorie Wallace Britt, formerly of Darlington, died Saturday, April 14, 2001, in Philadelphia after an illness. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home of Darlington.

OSCAR McDOWELL
DARLINGTON – Oscar McDowell died Saturday, April 14, 2001, in a Florence hospital after an illness. Arrangements will be announced by Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home.

JOSEPH SHERMAN
Services for Joseph Sherman will be held at 3 p.m. today, April 18, 2001, at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will take place in the church cemetery with professional services entrusted to Hines Funeral Home.

Mr. Sherman was born in the Mullins community of Marion County, a son of the late Isaac Sherman and Mary E. Sherman Bethea and was educated in the public schools of Marion County. After graduation, he relocated to New York in search of employment. Upon returning to South Carolina, he became employed with the Russell Stover Candy Co. in Marion. He later moved to Darlington County and worked at Domino's Pizza before gaining employment at Tally Metal of Hartsville, where he maintained his desire to work until his health declined. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Sherman of the home; mother, Mary Sherman Bethea; four daughters, Monica Foxworth and Quita Foxworth, both of Columbia, and Beth Wall and JoMonica Wall, both of Marion; three sons, Joseph Wall and Travis Wall, both of Marion, and Joseph Johnson of New York, N.Y.; nine sisters, Shirley (Otis) Eldridge of Marion, Easter Mae (James) Williams, Mary (Amos) Burton, Sherry Bishop, the Rev. Lillie Mae (Bobby) Marie, Annie Dewite, Sylvia (Herman) Mack, Linda (Manzie) Moore and Mary Frances (Bud) Swinton; four brothers, William Paige, Bulton Wilder, the Rev. Issac (Betty) Sherman and Jamie Wilder; granddaughter, Laniea Foxworth; two step-sons, Warren (Wanda) Freirson and Darrell Freirson.

C. M. PENNINGTON
Services for Carl Melvin "C.M." Pennington, Jr., 81, were held at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 15, 2001, at First Baptist Church. The Rev. Dr. Bob Cline officiated with burial in Magnolia Cemetery directed by Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church Building Fund, 104 E. Home Ave., Hartsville, S.C. 29550 or Wesley United Methodist Church Building Fund, 145 E. College Ave., Hartsville, S.C. 29550.

Mr. Pennington died Thursday, April 12. Born in Darlington County, he was a son of the late Carl Melvin and Sarah Griggs Pennington, Sr. C. M. lived a full life worshiping his God, loving his family, helping his community, and devoting himself to his profession and the Masonic Lodge.

He was an active member of the First Baptist Church and was a Sunday School teacher for over 45 years and a deacon. He was a World War II veteran, past commander of the American Legion, the 1992 Citizen of the Year, co-organizer of the Hartsville Rescue Squad, and scoutmaster for Troop 514 for 12 years. He was associated with Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home which was established by his father in 1915. He was past master of Hartsville Masonic Lodge #173 and served as the lodge secretary for 35 years.

Surviving are his wife of 58 years, Eva Mae "Micki" Biggs Pennington of Hartsville; sons and daughters-in-law, Carl and Brucie Redfearn Pennington, Kimrey and Ann Marie McGirt Pennington, all of Hartsville; daughter and son-in-law, Debra Pennington and Tommy Keith of Hartsville; sister, Breezy Somerville of Charlotte, N.C.; eight grandchildren, Jim Tingen, Stephen Tingen, Mel Pennington, Elizabeth Pennington, Kathryn Batson, Michael Batson, Shane Keith and Will Pennington; and two great grandchildren, Walker Tingen and Nicki Rauch.

MARY A. McCASKILL
CASSATT – Services for Mary Alice Hinson McCaskill, 70, were held at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 14, 2001, at Antioch Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery. The Revs. Homer Hinson, Kenneth Bouldin and Howard Brown officiated directed by Norton Funeral Home, Bishopville Chapel. Mrs. McCaskill was born in Lee County, the daughter of the late Charlie and Estelle Hopkins. She was a member of Antioch Baptist Church. She was a former WMU president and also taught Sunday School at Antioch Baptist Church.

Surviving are one daughter, Mary Ann Cameron from Camden; two sons, Carl McCaskill Jr. of Camden and Mike McCaskill from Lugoff; one sister, Mildred "Millie" Maness, from Lugoff; four brothers, Charlie Hinson from Lugoff; William Hinson from Sheboygan, Wis., Wilburn "Boots" Hinson of Burgaw, N.C., and the Rev. Homer Hinson of Hartsville; four granddaughters, Carlette, Amanda, Leeane, and Allison McCaskill, all of Camden; and two grandsons, Chad and Chris Cameron of Camden. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl "Peach" McCaskill Sr.

MARGARET F. ROSCOE
Services for Margaret Freeman Roscoe, 77, widow of J. W. Roscoe, were held at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, 2001, at Emmanuel Baptist Church. The Revs. John Hamilton and Dr. Richard Bailey officiated. Burial was in Westview Memorial Cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home.

Mrs. Roscoe was born in Chesterfield County, a daughter of the late John and Leona Gibson Freeman. She was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Linda Huggins of Hartsville and Mrs. Margaret Ann Jordan of Athens,Ga.; one son, Johnny Roscoe of Lancaster; three grandchildren, Michael Folk of Hartsville, Kari Jordan of Milledgeville, Ga. and Amy Jordan of Athens, Ga.; two great-grandchildren, Michael and Caroline Folk of Hartsville; two step-grandsons, Brent Jones of Cheraw and Michael Thomas of Hartsville.

Memorials may be made to the Emmanuel Baptist Church Building Fund.

ULYSSES P. SWINNEY
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Services for Ulysses P. Swinney, 75, of Philadelphia, formerly of Hartsville, were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, 2001, in First Emmanuel Baptist Church with burial in Fernwood Cemetery with Young & Young Funeral Home in charge of local arrangements.

Mr. Swinney died Sunday, April 1, after an illness. He was born in Darlington County, a son of the late Evander and Rosa Lee Swinney. He was educated in Darlington County public schools. At an early age he joined New Hopewell Baptist Church. He was inducted into the United States Navy in 1944 and received an honorable discharge in 1946. Upon moving to Philadelphia, he joined the First Emmanuel Baptist Church and worked as a construction worker and then at the Sealtest Milk Co., where he retired after 26 years.

Surviving are his wife, Edell "Sue" Ketter of Philadelphia, six daughters, Lillian, Lois, Jane, Cassandra, Alfreda and Melissa; a son, Basil; four sisters, Leona Budd, Jeanette Hurst and Judy Furlow, all of Baltimore, Md., and Edith Mae Haynesworth of Hartsville; a brother, Henry (Sonny) Swinney of Darlington; 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

ISAAC M. WHEELER
RIDGEWOOD, N.J. – Isaac Wheeler, 76, of Ridgewood, N.J., formerly of Hartsville, died Sunday in a Ridgewood hospital after an illness. Arrangements will be announced by Young & Young Funeral Home.

RAYMOND TYNER
PATRICK – Services for Raymond "Cousie" Tyner, 53, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 15, 2001, at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. The Rev. Edward Freeman officiated with burial in the church cemetery directed by Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home.

Mr. Tyner died Thursday, April 12. Born in Darlington County, he was a son of the late Doc and Gladys Teal Tyner.

Surviving are his son, Timmy Tyner of Bennettsville; daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth C. and Timmy Lackey of Hartsville; six brothers, Howard Teal of Society Hill, William Tyner, James Cecil Tyner, James Edward Tyner, Donald Ray Tyner, Jimmy Lee Tyner, all of Patrick; five sisters, Myrtle Johnson of Hartsville, Doris Teal of Patrick, Minnie Dixon of Patrick, Betty Jean Turner of Patrick, Lena Potts of Salisbury, N.C.; and one grandchild.

HELEN CHERRY
LAMAR – Mrs. Helen Cherry of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., formerly of Lamar, died Thursday, April 12, 2001 at her residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Hines Funeral Home of Lamar.

LUCILLE McINVILLE
DARLINGTON – Services for Lucille Miles McInville, 70, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 19, 2001, at Temple Free Will Baptist Church with interment following in Black Creek Cemetery directed by Belk Funeral Home.

Mrs. McInville died Tuesday, April 17, in a Florence hospital. She was born in Florence County, daughter of the late Walter W. and Ethelda S. Miles. She was the widow of the late Clarence "Buster" McInville. Mrs. McInville was a loving mother and grandmother. She was a member of Temple Free Will Baptist Church where she was a member of the choir and Ladies Sunday School Class.

Surviving are seven sons and daughters-in-laws, Wayne (Vera) McInville of Society Hill, Paul McInville of Darlington, Larry McInville of Darlington, Mike (Kelly) McInville of Hartsville, Danny (Kim) McInville, Randy (Tina) McInville and Billy (Kim) McInville, all of Darlington; four daughters and son-in-laws, Beverly (Jimmy) Streett, Kathy White, Tammie (Scott) Windham, Wanda (Scott) Gainey, all of Darlington; 16 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; one brother, Archie Miles of Pearland, Texas; two sisters, Christine Evans of Darlington and Kathleen Lyles of Lumberton, N.C.

The family will receive friends this evening, April 18, from 6 to 8 at the funeral home.

Memorials are suggested to Temple Free Will Baptist Church, P.O. Box 287, Darlington, S.C. 29540.

COLON M. GRIGGS
Services for Colon Maxie Griggs, 84, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 22, 2001, at Cedar Creek Baptist Church. The Revs. Homer Hinson and Jackie Hinson officiated. Burial was in the church cemetery directed by Norton Funeral Home with Masonic rites.

Mr. Griggs was born in Chesterfield County, a son of the late Wylie and Maggie Kelly Griggs. He was retired from Sonoco Products after 42 1/2 years, member of the Old Timers Club, Cedar Creek Baptist Church, Chesterfield Masonic Lodge, Darlington County Gideons and loved to farm all his life. He was one of 12 children.

Surviving are daughter and son-in-law, Marvin and Elaine Whittle of Hartsville; son and daughter-in-law, Loran and Linda Griggs of Hartsville; two sisters, Geneva and Essie Huggins of Hartsville; three grandchildren, Phil Whittle of Landrum, S.C., Lori Ann Schechter of Albany, Ga., and Jeffery L. Griggs of Atlanta, Ga.; four great-grandchildren, Cody T. Griggs of Atlanta, Ga., Zachary W. Rigby of Chadds Ford, Pa., Lazarus E. Schechter and Eilish C. Schechter, both of Albany, Ga.; three step-daughters, Miriam Griggs, Carolyn Griggs, and Jenell Britt of Hartsville; eight step-grandchildren and seven step-great- grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Ida Mae Johnson Griggs and by his second wife, Mary Winburn Teal Griggs.

Pallbearers were Mr. Griggs' nephews, Wade Huggins, Wilson, William and Bobby Griggs, Ken Perdue, James Wiley, "Pete" Perdue, Kenneth Huggins and Mitchell Gainey.

Memorials may be made to the Cedar Creek Baptist Church Building Fund of the Gideons.

LESTER J. BLACKWELL
COLUMBIA – Services for Lester Jerome Blackwell Sr., 93, will be held at 11 a.m. today, April 25, 2001, at Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, with burial in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Rosewood Baptist Church or to Palmetto Health Hospice.

Mr. Blackwell, husband of the late Eva Walters Blackwell, died Sunday, April 22. Born in Darlington, he was a son of the late Barney E. Blackwell and Maggie Lee Rogers Blackwell. He attended Furman University. He retired after 42 years of service with the U.S. Postal Service and was a member of the Letter Carriers Association. Mr. Blackwell was a member and deacon of Rosewood Baptist Church and was a former member of the Columbia Choral Society.

Surviving are sons, Joe D. Blackwell of Greenville, James A. Blackwell and Lester J. Blackwell Jr. of Columbia; a brother, Bryan Livingston Blackwell of Hartsville; sisters, Miriam Myers of Scranton, and Martha Windham of Greenville, N.C.; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by sons, Barney Blackwell, Burney Blackwell and Clyde J. Blackwell Sr.

JOHN E. FLOWERS
DARLINGTON – Services for John Elbert Flowers, 47, will be held at 4 p.m. today, April 25, 2001, in the chapel of Belk Funeral Home with interment following in Indian Branch Cemetery.

Mr. Flowers died Sunday evening, April 22, in a Florence hospital after an illness. He was born in Darlington County, the son of the late Cephas Coleman and Susie Suggs Flowers. He was a farmer and was associated with Ace Welding Co. Mr. Flowers enjoyed hunting and fishing.

Surviving are two brothers, Jimmy (Dolly) Flowers and Jesse (Dora Lynn) Flowers, both of Darlington; four sisters, Betty Flowers (Tom) Kleespie of Florence, Sue Flowers of Darlington, Jeanie Flowers (Gregg) Young of Florence and Marcia Ham Walker of Florence; and a number of nieces, great nieces and great nephews. Mr. Flowers was preceded in death by a nephew, Eddie Ham.

PAUL M. STOKES
Graveside services for Paul Maurice Stokes, 79, were held at 2 p.m. Monday, April 23, 2001, in Darlington Memory Gardens Cemetery. The Rev. Dave Worthington officiated and Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home was in charge. Memorials may be made to South Hartsville Baptist Church.

Mr. Stokes died Saturday, April 21. Born in Darlington County, he was a son of the late Leon Whitner and Hattie Lloyd Stokes. He served in the U.S. Marines during World War II and received the Purple Heart. He was retired from Sonoco Products Co. and was a member of the WOW.

Surviving are his wife, Eula Howell Stokes of Hartsville; two sons and daughters-in-law, Paul Maurice and Annette Stokes Jr. of Stockbridge, Ga., Edwin and Barbara Stokes of Darlington; four sisters, Dot Malphus and Betty Jordan, both of Hartsville, Ruby Adams of Oates and Eva Mae Perkins of Denton, Va.; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

TONY M. WEAVER
LAMAR – Graveside services for Tony Michael Weaver, 39, were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 22, 2001, in Newman Swamp Cemetery, directed by Belk Funeral Home, Lamar Chapel.

Mr. Weaver died Thursday at his residence after an illness.

He was born in Florence County, the son of the late Elbert and Anzy Lee Weaver. He was a graduate of Hudgens Academy and was employed by Stephens Inventory. Mr. Weaver attended Newman Swamp United Methodist Church.

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Buddy (Linda) Stewart of Lamar; two brothers, Bob (Ellen) Weaver and Robin (Gail) Weaver, both of Lamar; three nieces; one nephew; three great-nephews and a special aunt, Ruby Huggins of Lamar.

Memorials may be made to Newman Swamp United Methodist Church, PO Box 86, Lamar, S.C. 29069.

HELEN B. GOODSON
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. – Services for Helen Bigham Goodson, 82, will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, 2001, at Northside Baptist Church. The family will receive friends from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the church and also after the service at the home of Kyle and Barbara Watson, 215 Quail Lane, West Columbia. Burial will be in Magnolia Cemetery, Hartsville, at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 26, and the family will receive friends from 11 to 12 noon at Brown-Pennington-Atkins Funeral Home.

Memorials may be made to a charity of one's choice.

Ms. Goodson died Monday, April 23, 2001. Born in Great Falls, S.C., she was a daughter of the late William Hicklin and Mary Wilma Brantley Bigham. Prior to her retirement, she was associated with the medical practice of her son in West Columbia.

Surviving are her sons and daughters-in-law, Dr. Charles T. Goodson of Lexington, S.C., Jay Kyle and Barbara Watson of West Columbia; James Russell and Trudi Watson of Hartsville; 17 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and two great great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her loving daughter, Jeralene G. Atkinson; brother, Lawrence Bigham; sisters, Arletris Powell, Mary B. King and Vera King.

WILEY R. EDENS
DARLINGTON – Services for Wiley Reynolds Edens, 75, will be held at 4 p.m. today, April 25, 2001, at Trinity United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Grove Hill Cemetery directed by Kistler-Hardee Funeral Home. Mr. Edens died Monday, April 23, in a local hospital. He was born on Nov. 25, 1925, in Roland, N.C. He was the son of the late Leon Douglas and Esther Maness Edens. He was graduated from Lumber-ton High School in Lumber-ton, N.C. Mr. Edens attended Duke University and William and Mary College and was graduated from N.C. State University in 1950. He entered the U.S. Navy and served in World War II. Mr. Edens was married to Ouida Claire Allen on May 13, 1956. He moved to Darlington and was employed by Darlington Veneer Company from 1950 until his retirement in 1988. Mr. Edens was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Wiley was an avid golfer and was affectionately known to his friends as "The Legend".

Mr. Edens was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Richard D. Edens, Robert F. Edens and Frank M. Edens; and a sister, Olivia P. Brown.

Survivors include his wife, Ouida Allen Edens of the home; four daughters, RenŽ (Thomas E.) Palles of Florence, Rosanna (M. Wayne) Dudley of Darlington, Elizabeth (D. Windsor) Barringer of Chattanooga, Tenn., Ester (Charles B.) DuBose Jr.of Florence; and nine grandchildren, Thomas Mitchell Palles, Ryan Reynolds Palles, Demi Allen Palles, Marshall Wayne Dudley Jr., Laney Catherine DuBose, Charles Brooks DuBose III, Brice Edens DuBose, Coleman Elizabeth Cox, and Frances Sumerford Barringer.

Memorials may be made to the Ken Baker Jr. Memorial Scholarship Trust, P.O. Box 773, Darlington, S.C. 29540 or the American Heart Association, 181 E. Evans Street, BTC-009, Florence, S.C. 29506.


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