BOUDET, Robert Allen, 76, of Mount Pleasant, an Army captain, general surgeon with University of Kansas Medical Center, former chief of staff with the Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Administration Hospital, Assistant Professor with MUSC, former chief of staff and chief of surgery with the Kansas City Veterans Administration Hospital and husband of Wilma Boudet, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
HANLON, Bryce, 44, of North Charleston, a math professor with Charleston Southern University and husband of Carmen Infinger Hanlon, died Thursday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
HAY, Eugene Gordon, 88, of Charleston, a retired executive vice president with Coburg Dairy Inc. and husband of Charlotte Hanckel Hay, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.
JACKSON, William, 65, of North Charleston, an Army veteran, retired firefighter and widower of Gladys P. Jackson, died Friday. Arrangements by Pasley’s Mortuary of Charleston.
KAMRADT, Henrietta Amy Karstens, 92, of Daniel Island, a retired school administrative assistant and widow of Kenneth C. Kamradt, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
LASSITER, Thelma Gaskin, 90, of Charleston, an accountant with the South Carolina State Ports Authority and widow of Robert L. Lassiter, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
RAVENEL, Alma, 78, of Hollywood died Thursday. Arrangements by Murray’s Mortuary of North Charleston.
SIMMONS, Mary P., 90, of Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Dorothy’s Home for Funerals.
WERDEN, James Anthony, 64, of Charleston, a retired teacher and coach with Charleston County School District and husband of Linda Kennedy Werden, died Thursday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
WIERMAN, John, 82, of North Charleston, a Marine Corps veteran and husband of Fammie Wierman, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel.
CHANCE, Clifford Ray, 58, of Summerville, a welder with Charleston Naval Shipyard and Carolina Contracting and husband of Diane Chance, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston.
GROSSER, Irviline M., 88, of Goose Creek, a homemaker and widow of Robert C. Grosser, died Thursday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.
DINGLE, Dickey Rutledge, of Summerville, a Navy veteran, retired salesman with Geer Drug Co., a logging company operator, Westvaco and Beloit Corp. employee and widower of Miriam Dingle, died Friday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
MARLATT, Tommy Dell, 84, of Summerville, a retired colonel with the Army and husband of Deborah Wilcox Marlatt, died Thursday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
CROSBY, Jon Russel, 72, of Branchville, owner and operator of Rowesville Machine Shop and husband of Kaye K. Crosby, died Thursday. Arrangements by Cooner Funeral Home of Bamberg.
GILLIARD, Clarence C., of Amityville, N.Y. died March 7. Arrangements by John N. Moore Funeral Home of Roosevelt, N.Y.
MEETZE, Patricia Connelly, of Rock Hill, formerly of Charleston, a retired customer representative with Optical Experts Manufacturing Inc. and wife of Kenneth A. Meetze, died Thursday. Arrangements by Greene Funeral Home.
MOORE, Gerald N., 79, of Montpelier, Miss., a retired master gunnery sergeant with the Marine Corps, civil service employee with the Navy and husband of Mary W. Moore, died Thursday. Arrangements by Calvert Funeral Home of West Point, Miss.
RHOAD, Thomas Nathaniel Jr., 89, of Branchville, a Navy veteran, retired farmer, retired U.S. Postal Service employee, Bamberg County Councilman, South Carolina House of Representatives member and husband of Chessie Hutto Rhoad, died Thursday. Arrangements by Cooner Funeral Home of Bamberg.
ROSS, Eula Mae Jones, of Aiken, a cosmetologist and widow of Clarence B. Ross, died Friday. Arrangements by Shellhouse-Rivers Funeral Home.
STALVEY, Arthur Roy Jr., 66, of Myrtle Beach died Thursday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
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