BARRICKMAN, Ida Belle, 91, of Charleston died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.
CART, Leigh Montgomery, 26, of Charleston, a server, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.
HALL, Ezekial, 89, of North Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by Hilton’s Mortuary.
HART, Ruth Albertha, 78, of Charleston, a domestic worker and widow of William Hart, died Saturday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal’s Downtown Chapel.
KATZENBACH, Linda Gilbert, 70, of Seabrook Island, a homemaker and wife of John Katzenbach, died Saturday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
TINDALL, Aaron, 61, of North Charleston died Saturday. Arrangements by Hilton’s Mortuary.
COUTRIER, Inez Brown, 93, of Goose Creek, widow of Peter Coutrier, died Saturday. Arrangements by Samuels Funeral Home of Manning.
WALL, Virginia Sweatman, 93, of Moncks Corner, a retired clerk-treasurer with the Town of Moncks Corner, Water Works retiree and widow of William A. Wall Jr., died Sunday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel.
CUMMINGS, Virginia Catherine, 45, of Lodge died Sunday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Ehrhardt-Bamberg Chapel.
JENKINS, Hezekiah, 46, of Walterboro died Sunday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home of Ridgeland.
WOLFE, Marcella Bisbiqou, 72, of Walterboro, a waitress with Shoney’s, died Saturday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Walterboro Chapel.
YOUNG, Stephon, 24, of Walterboro died Saturday. Arrangements by Hamilton’s Funeral Home.
CROOKSTON, Robert, 76, of Summerville, husband of Sandra Crookston, died Friday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
SPENCE, Benjamin Joseph, 68, of Summerville, a Navy veteran and SCE&G retiree, died Sunday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.
WILSON, Bobby, of Summerville, husband of Scthneta Wilson, died Sunday. Arrangements by Glover Funeral Home.
BROWN, Rebecca, 90, of Yemassee died Sunday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home of Ridgeland.
CAPPER, Virginia Mellette, 95, of Sumter, formerly of Isle of Palms and Mount Pleasant, owner-operator of Mrs. Capper’s Plants and widow of Max V. Capper, died Sunday. Arrangements by Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home of Sumter.
DELPH, David, 77, of Sarasota, Fla., an Army Counter Intelligence Corps veteran, president of Denison Hide Co. and vice president with Iowa Beef Processors, died April 2. Arrangements by Condo and Son Funeral Home of Wilkinson, Ind.
HAM, Clara Ellen, 91, of Florence, an owner of Florence Flower Shop and widow of Samuel E. Ham, died Sunday. Arrangements by Waters-Powell Funeral Home.
KIZER, William Leroy, 71, of Beaufort, a National Guard veteran and employee of Zippy Lube, died Saturday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
LENEAU, Norma Kelley, 86, of Eutawville, a retired legal secretary with Young, Clements and Tisdale law firm and wife of Walter N. Leneau, died Sunday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.
MAJOR, Wanda Elaine Fulton, 56, of Olanta, a seamstress/machine operator with a T-shirt manufacturer and wife of Raymond Major, died Sunday. Arrangements by Samuels and Richardson Funeral Home of Lake City.
MELVIN, Randolph duBignon, 65, of Brunswick, Ga., formerly of Beaufort, S.C., a United States Secret Service retiree and head of the enforcement operations division with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, died Friday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home of Beaufort.
RICHARDSON, Louis Augustus, 92, of Savannah, Ga., a retired senior master sergeant with the Air Force, employee of the Chatham County/Savannah Recorders Court and husband of June Hatfield Richardson, died Friday. Arrangements by Gamble Funeral Home.
SHIRAH, Bernard L., 81, of Sumter, a National Guard veteran and retired city firefighter, died Friday. Arrangements by Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home.
TODD, G. Cameron, 87, of Columbia died Sunday. Arrangements by Barr-Price’s Lexington Chapel.
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