BAKER, Carolyn Jean Pitz, of Charleston, a former employee of the State Departmentís International Teachers and Students Exchange Program and wife of Lee H. Baker, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Downtown Chapel.
BURLEY, Roy Matthew, 82, of Mount Pleasant, a retired school administrator and husband of Suzy Burley, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Mount Pleasant Chapel.
CORDRAY, Lottie Clements, 91, of Ravenel, a retired teacher and widow of John W. Cordray, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.
DANIELS, Alice Sinkler, 86, of North Charleston, widow of Charles Daniels, died Monday. Arrangements by Hiltonís Mortuary.
GARVES, William Bernhardt, 75, of North Charleston, an Air Force and Charleston Naval Shipyard retiree and widower of Lucile Royall Garves, died Jan. 8. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
HOPKINS, Selina Parker, 97, of Summerville, a retired librarian and widow of Justin A. Hopkins, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Downtown Chapel of Charleston.
NEWCOMB, Margaret Demaris Rudd, 91, of North Charleston, a retired proofreader with Bellsouth and widow of Wesley D. Newcomb, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhrís North Area Chapel.
SHUMAN, Jack, 84, of Mount Pleasant, a retired plant manager with SCE&G and husband of Barbara Fischer Shuman, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Mount Pleasant Chapel.
TRINH, Ngot Thi, 82, of North Charleston, wife of Phong Gia Le, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Northwoods Chapel.
DRAKE, Granger McKewn, 25, of Moncks Corner, a technician with Safelite Auto Glass, a Trident Technical College student and husband of Kayla Ware Drake, died Sunday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.
GAILLARD, Josephine, 69, of St. Stephen died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhandís St. Stephen Chapel.
GUNDERSON, Nils, 81, of Hanahan, a Navy and Air Force veteran and retired manager with Lockheed Martin, died Tuesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smithís Goose Creek Chapel.
MYERS, Elma Grace, 80, of Goose Creek, wife of Edward J. Myers, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
ROSS, David, 58, of Moncks Corner, a salvage mechanic with Capstone Paper Mill and husband of Arlene Burris Ross, died Monday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.
JENKINS, Jordan L., infant son of Brittni Kirkland and Johnny Jenkins, of Walterboro, died Monday. Arrangements by Kogerís Mortuary.
RUSSELL, Edgar Allen, 87, of Walterboro, an Army Air Corps and Navy veteran, retired master sergeant with the Air Force, owner of a True Value Hardware Store, farmer and widower of Ann J. Calloway Russell, died Monday. Arrangements by Herndonís Walterboro Chapel.
ACOSTA, Richard Allen, of Beaufort, a retired Marine Corps master gunnery sergeant, Postal Service employee and husband of Joan V. Acosta, died Sunday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
COBLE, Charles Joseph, of Greenville, an Army veteran, retired partner and president of Stipp & Powell Inc. and husband of Sally Hudson Coble, died Monday. Arrangements by Mackey Mortuary.
DANIELS, Mary Ella, 84, of Mooresville, N.C., died Friday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston, S.C.
MacKINNON, Mary, of Atlanta, an employee of the Georgia State University Gerontology Institute, died Jan. 15. Arrangements by Allnut Funeral Services of Fort Collins, Colo.
MULLINAX, Wilson Armstrong, 82, of Laurens, an Air Force veteran, retired textile manager and husband of Dorothy Armstrong Mullinax, died Sunday. Arrangements by Kennedy Mortuary.
PALMER, Evelyn Givens, of Yemassee died Tuesday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.
PHOENIX, Leonard, 51, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., formerly of Cross, S.C., died Thursday. Arrangements by Henryhandís St. Stephen, S.C., chapel.
SMITH, Sandra Babson, 51, of Piedmont, a former employee of Spheris and wife of Mike Summerville, died Saturday. Arrangements by Gray Mortuary of Pelzer.
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