Charleston CountyBERGER, Charles Frederick, 76, of North Charleston, a retired Navy senior chief electrician, retired employee of Robertson Marine and husband of Shirley Berger, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
BLAKE, Beatrice S., of Awendaw, widow of Elijah Blake, died Friday. Arrangements by North Area Funeral Home of North Charleston.
GATES, Ira S., 82, of Charleston, a military retiree, has died. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services of North Charleston.
LAWRENCE, George Leonard Jr., 75, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.
LEGGETT, Earl L., 90, of Mount Pleasant, widower of Helen Leggett, died Tuesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smithís Mount Pleasant Chapel.
MACK, Hezekiah, 80, of Charleston, a retired master electrician, died Monday. Arrangements by Dorothyís Home for Funerals.
McCLOUD, Nathaniel, of Charleston, husband of Marie McCloud, died Monday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.
PALMER, Ella Heyward, of Mount Pleasant died Tuesday.
PARKER, Joann S., 51, of North Charleston, a housekeeper and wife of Steven L. Parker, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal Funeral Home of Awendaw.
STRICKLAND, Samuel Ernest, 91, of North Charleston, a Navy veteran, retired civil service employee and husband of Tina Strickland, died Monday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
WORSHAM, Sara Deer, of Charleston, a retired personnel officer with First Citizens Bank and widow of George F. Worsham, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Downtown Chapel.
Berkeley CountyDAVIS, Robin OíConner, 43, of Bonneau, a former machinistís assistant with Eaton Aerospace and wife of Jefferson E. Davis, died Monday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
DUNMORE, Willie, 76, of St. Stephen, formerly of Lane, husband of Pearlstine Dunmore, died Monday. Arrangements by Henryhand Funeral Home of Kingstree.
TAYLOR, Kenneth D., 44, of Moncks Corner, an employee of Sun Chemical, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Scottís Mortuary.
Colleton CountySMITH, Adelaide Lorraine, 90, of Walterboro died Sunday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
SZYMCZAK, Walter Richard, 87, of Walterboro, an Army veteran, tool and die maker with Budd Co. and widower of Dorothy Szymczak, died Monday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home of Charleston.
Dorchester CountyAHNER, William M., 67, of Summerville, a Navy veteran and husband of Kathryn Ahner, died Monday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center.
PERRY, Harry, of Ridgeville, husband of Irene Snipes Perry, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Aiken-Capers Funeral Home of Summerville.
POOSER, Jody Wayne, 38, of Ladson, a former owner of Five Star Towing, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville.
STALEY, Benjamin A., 45, of Summerville died Friday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
ElsewhereBYRD, Ralph Milledge Jr., 74, of Metairie, La., an Episcopal priest, youth minister and husband of Elizabeth Byrd, died June 3. Arrangements by Leitz-Eagan Funeral Home.
CRANFORD, Gertrude Montgomery, 83, of Rock Hill, formerly of Bullock Creek, a retired bookkeeper with M. Lowenstein and Springs Global and widow of Robert Cranford, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Bratton Funeral Home of York.
EDWARDS, Herman Carlyle, 90, of Fairfax, a Marine Corps veteran, employee of National Airlines, retired superintendent of maintenance with Burlington Industriesí aviation department and widower of Della M. Edwards, died Sunday. Arrangements by Keith Smith Funeral Service of Allendale.
GAMBLE, Louise, 90, of Kingstree died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhand Funeral Home.
LYONS, James Dean, of El Paso, Texas, formerly of Moncks Corner, S.C., an Army veteran, former employee of IAC and Jiffy Lube, employee of Wal-Mart and husband of Raymunda Candela, died Monday. Arrangements by El Paso Mission Funeral Home.
PARKER, Thomas Jerrell, 65, of Abingdon, Va., a retired civil service employee and husband of Ruth Parker, died Sunday. Arrangements by Farris Cremation and Funeral Center.
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