Deaths summary

  • Posted: Monday, January 28, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Charleston County
BADGER, Alston, 51, of Mount Pleasant, a lawyer with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and husband of Mimi Badger, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

CAMPBELL, Thomas Michael, 66, of Charleston, a retired stevedore, died Sunday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home.

HOLMES, Florence, 65, of North Charleston, a retired nurse with MUSC and widow of Herman Holmes, died Saturday. Arrangements by Dickerson Mortuary.

MEYERS, William, 79, of Charleston, an entrepreneur, owner of Meyers Grocery Store and husband of Helen Meyers, died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal’s Downtown Chapel.

RODGERS, Rael J., 55, of Charleston died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home.

TAYLOR, Ethel Virginia, 92, of Mount Pleasant, a homemaker and widow of Samuel B. Taylor Jr., died Saturday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

WILLIAMS, Katherine Rivers, 86, of Charleston, a homemaker and widow of Cecil B. Williams, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.

Berkeley County
GRANT, Brittany LaKenya, 29, of Goose Creek, formerly of Johns Island, died Friday. Arrangements by Walker’s Mortuary of Johns Island.

JUDY, Catherine Bowick Collins Stuart, 90, of Goose Creek, a retired seamstress with Manhattan Shirt Factory, first married to the late L. Harry Collins, then to the late Joseph H. Stuart and widow of Elbert Judy, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston.

Colleton County
McMILLAN, Thomas Henry, 64, of Ruffin, a Westinghouse retiree, died Sunday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Walterboro Chapel.

NEWINGTON, Duane Edwin, 89, of Walterboro, a Navy veteran, retired quality control analyst with General Motors and husband of Vera Jones Newington, died Sunday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Walterboro Chapel.

Dorchester County
ENSSLEN, Elfriede E., 76, of Summerville, a bookkeeper with Sears Roebuck and Co. and wife of Hank W. Ensslen, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.

MACK, Cornelius Lawrence, of Summerville, husband of Junell M. Cuttino Mack, died Sunday. Arrangements by Aiken-Capers Funeral Home.

WILLIAMS, Clorie Casey, of Ridgeville, widow of Richard A. Williams, died Saturday. Arrangements by Aiken- Capers Funeral Home of Summerville.

WIMBERLY, Mary Elizabeth Kizer, 94, of St. George, a retired treasurer, deputy treasurer and clerk with the Dorchester County Treasurer’s Office and widow of Wilson Wimberly, died Sunday. Arrangements by Bryant Funeral Home.

Georgetown County
KIMBROUGH, Elizabeth Anne Redmond, of Georgetown, widow of Edward S. Kimbrough, died Saturday. Arrangements by Mayer’s Georgetown Chapel.

Elsewhere
BOWERS, Carrena Hefner, 82, of Rock Hill, formerly of Summerville, widow of Edward E. Bowers, died Saturday. Arrangements by Greene’s Northwest Chapel of Rock Hill.

CHANDLER, Martha Wilkins, 88, of Darlington, a secretary with St. Matthews Episcopal Church and widow of A. Lee Chandler, died Saturday. Arrangements by Belk Funeral Home.

DeVORE, Annette, 70, of Gillisonville died Sunday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home’s Ridgeland Chapel.

EDWARDS, Bessie, 73, of Bluffton died Sunday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home’s Ridgeland Chapel.

FORD, Harrison Lee, 84, of Beaufort died Sunday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home’s Beaufort Chapel.

GRATZICK, Kenneth Carl, 75, of Columbia, a retired firefighter with the city of Charleston, died Saturday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home of Charleston.

GRIMM, Arthur E. Jr., 91, of Bluffton, an Army veteran, editor, first married to the late Raye Grimm and then married to the late Elizabeth Palmer Grimm died Jan. 20. Arrangements by Copeland Funeral Services of Beaufort.

LARISEY, William, of Hilton Head Island, formerly of Hampton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.

POWERS, Patricia LaLonde, 61, of Eutawville, wife of Melvin Powers, died Saturday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.

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