KORNEGAY, Douglas Wade, 65, of North Charleston, a retired Navy senior chief, retired plant operator for Foster-Wheeler and husband of Sue Thigpen Kornegay, died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Goose Creek Chapel.
McCARTHY, Robert Leonard, 77, of Seabrook Island, a retired engineer at General Electric, former employee of Hamilton-Standard and husband of Helen McCarthy, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.
NESBITT, Lucille, of Adams Run, widow of Brady Nesbitt, died Saturday. Arrangements by Walker’s Mortuary of Johns Island.
BREWER, Patricia Ann, 79, of Goose Creek, a Robert Bosch Co. retiree and widow of Woodie Brewer, died Friday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston
MIDDLETON, Caroline, 46, of St. Stephen died Friday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
POLITE, Galen A. II, of Hanahan, an Army veteran and husband of Yvette Moorer Polite, died Thursday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
RIVERS, Samuel, 95, of Moncks Corner, widower of Rosa Rivers, died Friday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home.
GROOMS, Mary Lether, 70, of Summerville, a Trident Health Care retiree and widow of Leroy Grooms, died Friday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
DANTZLER, Catherine Hilton, 87, of Lugoff, a Holly Hill Grammar School retiree, seamstress and former employee of Brandenburg’s Grocery and Holly Hill Locker Co., died Friday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.
MAYFIELD, Glenn, 58, of Palm Coast, Fla., formerly of Charleston, S.C., a Navy veteran, partner in the law firm of Ledford, Mayfield and Ogle and husband of Paulette R. Mayfield, died Dec. 17. Arrangements by Lohman’s Funeral Home.
RICHARDS, Kennie Bernard, of Houston died Monday. Arrangements by Walker’s Mortuary of Johns Island, S.C.
WATKINS, Julia Lee Beatty, 81, of Eutawville, a public school teacher and wife of Wroten B. Watkins, died Friday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.
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