COAXUM, Janie Halliard, 90, of Charleston, wife of John H. Coaxum Jr., died Friday. Arrangements by Walkerís Mortuary of Johnís Island.
CREED, Robert John, 74, of Summerville, a retired steel worker, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
DILLARD, Brian D., 40, of Hollywood, a painter, died Thursday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.
YOUNG, Joan Lorena Smith, 82, of Mount Pleasant, wife of Harold G. Young, died Thursday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Mount Pleasant Chapel.
HAINES, Judith Hall, 59, of Moncks Corner, a former owner and operator of a construction company, died Thursday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
CLEARY, David Phillip, 70, of Walterboro, owner of The Masterís Touch and husband of Dororthy E. Billwinkle Cleary, died Friday. Arrangements by Herndonís Walterboro Chapel.
HOLDEN, Arthur James, 101, of Summerville, a World War II veteran and retired hospital planner and estimator, died Thursday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smithís Goose Creek Chapel.
KUBOFCIK, Marlene, 75, of Summerville, CFO of Branford Labs and wife of Kenneth W. Kubofcik, died Thursday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home.
ALONSO, Gene D. Keenan, 74, of Orlando, Fla., formerly of Charleston, S.C., died Nov. 21. Arrangements by Family Funeral Care.
CANADA, Elizabeth Rowe, 76, of Camden, wife of C.C. Canada, died Friday. Arrangements by Kornegayís Camden Chapel.
JOLLY, James Michael, 65, of Lancaster, husband of Rebecca Cox Jolly, died Thursday. Arrangements by Lancaster Funeral Home.
KENDO, Clara Cline, 92, of Santee, a retired dietician and widow of Donald Kendo, died Friday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.
MAXSTADT, Mary Ann, 82, of Port Royal, a pharmacy clerk and widow of Theodore L. Maxstadt, died Oct. 20. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home of Beaufort.
WILLIAMS, Thomas, 68, of Greeleyville died Wednesday. Arrangements by Redmond-Richardson Funeral Home of Kingstree.
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