CADE, Gladys Mitchum, 95, of Charleston, a retired company buyer for Edwards Stores and widow of Farrell O. Cade, died Thursday. Arrangements by Stuhrís Downtown Chapel.
EDWARDS, Judy Campbell, of James Island, wife of Francis Edwards, died Friday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals of Charleston.
KOCH, Elaine May, 87, of Mount Pleasant, widow of Eugene Koch, died Jan. 15. Arrangements by Adams Mason Funeral Home of Akron, Ohio.
LORD, Charles Joe Jr., of Hanahan, a former heating, ventilation and air conditioning employee and husband of Carol F. Lord, died Sunday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
CROSBY, Dorothy Brown, 86, of Walterboro, widow of R.E. Crosby, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Herndonís Walterboro Chapel.
HULBERT, Charles Frederick, 17, of Cottageville, a student at Colleton County High School, died Thursday. Arrangements by Herndonís Walterboro Chapel.
DOSCHER, Donna Ann Talbert, 76, of Summerville, a retired librarian at Alston Middle School and wife of John H. Doscher, died Thursday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
SAUERBREI, Merrill A. Jr., 80, of Summerville, a retired Air Force colonel, teacher for Berkeley County Schools, substitute teacher for Dorchester County School District II and husband of Barbara H. Sauerbrei, died Friday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
WATTS, Robert O., 85, of Georgetown, husband of Sarah G. Watts, died Friday. Arrangements by Mayerís Georgetown Chapel.
JOHNSON, Kim Patricia Williamson, 55, of Kimball, Neb., formerly of St. Stephen, S.C., a former employee of Reliable Electric and of Truss Systems of South Carolina and wife of Bill Johnson III, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dial-Murrayís St. Stephen Chapel.
STANLEY, Pauline, of Estill died Friday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.
WIGGINS, Frances Whetsell, 81, of Eutawville, widow of J.D. Wiggins, died Friday. Arrangements by Avinger Funeral Home of Holly Hill.
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