BOYD, Roland, 53, of North Charleston died June 6. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
CAUTHEN, Mary Ellen, 76, of Charleston, a teacher and school director and employee of Wild Dunes and Royall Hardware, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
CROUCHER, Helen Parnelle, 87, of Charleston, a S.C. National Bank retiree and widow of Alfred F. Croucher, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
JONES, Londyn K’mauni, infant daughter of Shamika and Kevin Jones, of North Charleston, died Sunday. Arrangements by Johnson-Halls Funeral Home of Mount Pleasant.
KNOWLES, Leta Belle French, 88, of North Charleston, a former owner of Lee’s Aquarium, first married to the late Henry DeGraw, then to the late Wilbur Bollinger and widow of Everette Knowles, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel.
LETO, Dorothy, 81, of Charleston died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society.
WENNER, Charles Blanchard, 92, of Johns Island, a Navy veteran, retired fire department diesel mechanic and widower of Hilda Mae Peterman Wenner, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.
HUNTER, Vivian, 69, of Goose Creek, a retired nurse’s assistant and wife of Louis E. Hunter, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
PRESIDENT, Catherine Frasier, 68, of Pineville, wife of Thomas President, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s St. Stephen Chapel.
McTEER, Charles Wesley, 89, of Walterboro died Monday. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary.
O’DELL, James Edward, 71, of Walterboro, a train conductor with Amtrak and husband of Terri Clark-O’Dell, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center of Summerville.
ATKINSON, Shirley M., 76, of Summerville, widow of Gurney L. Atkinson, died June 12. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
BROWN, Annease, 83, of Summerville died Tuesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
DRIGGERS, Joe S., 90, of Summerville, an Army veteran, retired machine operator with Robert Bosch Corp. and husband of Jacqueline Bunch Driggers, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
BANNISTER, Don Keith, 64, of Andrews, a Georgetown Steel Corp. retiree and husband of Eileen Overton Bannister, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Mayer’s Andrews Chapel.
ASKEW, James, 65, of Ridgeland died Wednesday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home.
COPE, Anna Cleo Mangum, 91, of Henrico, Va., formerly of Isle of Palms, S.C., a Navy veteran and registered nurse, died June 11. Arrangements by Cremation and Burial Society of Virginia if Richmond, Va.
DAVIS, James G., 85, of Morehead City, N.C., a Navy veteran and retired civil service employee of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, died Sunday. Arrangements by Munden Funeral Home.
DAVIS, Shakenya L., 29, of New York died Wednesday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home, S.C.
ESTES, James, of Union City, Ga., a Delta Airlines retiree and husband of Nancy Killough Estes, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Parrott Funeral Home of Fairburn, Ga.
JOHNSON, Elizabeth, 68, of North Augusta, formerly of Walterboro, wife of Furman Johnson, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home of Walterboro.
MAJOR, Marcus J., 16, of Salters, son of Charles Major and Demeatree Major, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s Kingstree Chapel.
McALHANEY, Winbon Hardee, 88, of Beaufort, a retired district manager with United Telephone Co. and husband of Trudy Godley McAlhaney, died Monday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
RIVERS, Arthur David, 55, of Haleiwa, Hawaii, a location manager and stunt coordinator in the film industry and former cliff diver and manager with Waimea Falls Park, has died.
ROSIER, Fay L., of Hampton died Wednesday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.
SLATER, Debra Anne Ballard, 59, of Coushatta, La., formerly of Charleston, S.C., a paramedical aesthetician, hair salon owner-operator and wife of Paul Slater, died Sunday. Local arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston, S.C.
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