ANDRUS, Katherine Ann Taylor, 72, of Charleston, a dental hygienist, historian, author, co-founder of Charleston Strolls and licensed tour guide and wife of Charles A. Andrus, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.
BRYANT, James Larry, 72, of McClellanville, a commercial fisherman and husband of Patricia Beasley Bryant, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
BUTLER, Randy Franklin, 58, of Mount Pleasant, an Air Force veteran, employee of the food and beverage industry and husband of Susan Boyum Butler, died Sunday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
DeVORE, Ralph Andrew Jr., 54, of North Charleston, a heating and air technician, owner-operator of RAD Heating and Air and husband of Sally Ann DeVore, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
IMPSON, David Wayne, 50, of Charleston, a business manager with a boilermakers union, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
NICKS, Juliette L. Rodgers, 92, of Charleston, a homemaker, first married to the late Hugh W. Rodgers and widow of Edward L. Nicks, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.
NORTON, John Halsey, 90, of Mount Pleasant, an Army veteran, retired head of transportation and distribution with DuPont Co., transportation consultant and husband of Peggy Meadows Norton, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
RAINES, Donald Winston, 70, of Charleston, died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.
SHOOK, Homer Clyde, 92, of North Charleston, a retired Air Force technical sergeant, retired civil service supervisor, employee of Hertz Enterprise and husband of Evelyn Elizabeth Purvis Shook, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Sturh’s Northwoods Chapel.
TEZZA, Irene Burk, 94, of Charleston, a retired bookkeeper with H. Tezza Tile Co. and widow of Mark J. Tezza, died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home.
WAKELAND, David Ferris, 79, of Charleston, an Army veteran, Commissioners of Public Works retiree and husband of Frances Beavers Wakeland, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
WOODWARD, Diane Mary, 65, of Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.
CLARK, Henry Jr., 83, of Moncks Corner, an Army veteran and retired carpenter with Newton Builders, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.
MURPHY, Jeanette Agnes Gaskins, 69, of Huger, a retired food service employee with Macedonia schools, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
WELLS, James Steven, 49, of Summerville, husband of Cynthia Barfield, died Sunday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
McCLUSKEY, Jacqueline B., 88, of Summerville, a homemaker, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Scott’s Mortuary of Moncks Corner.
RABON, Harris Lionel, 66, of Harleyville, a military veteran , heavy equipment operator and husband of Ronda Linkous Rabon, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Bryant Funeral Home of St. George.
SMITH, Edward Earl Jr., 67, of Summerville, a Marine Corps veteran, retired vice president with Spartanburg National Bank and a founder of Flowertown Players, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
BRADLEY, Edward, 76, of St. Helena Island, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home of Beaufort.
COCKCROFT, Theodore W., 57, of Anderson, formerly of Mount Pleasant, a journeyman wireman, died Oct. 30. Arrangements by Cremation Society of South Carolina of Greenville, S.C.
COLE, George Percy, 97, of Roumieh, Lebanon, formerly of Charleston, S.C., a British Royal Navy veteran, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission’s Savannah River Site retiree and widower of Julia Frierson Seabrook Cole, died Sept. 7.
THAYER, Richard Edward, 81, of Aiken, died Saturday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
TURNER, Deborah Lene, 60, of Florence, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Cain Funeral Home.
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