Deaths Summary for Sunday, July 21, 2013

  • Posted: Sunday, July 21, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Charleston County

CHRISTIAN, Emily W., 84, of Charleston, a retired certified public accountant and wife of Robert H. Christian, died Friday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home.

DORKO, Nancy Ann Welch, 80, of Mount Pleasant, wife of Nicholas M. Dorko, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

GRAHAM, Clifford E., of Charleston, first married to the late Julliette Mack Graham and widower of Delores Annette Graham, died Friday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.

MACK, Eugene Gereald, of Wadmalaw Island, died Saturday. Arrangements by Walker’s Moruary of Johns Island.

SAUNDERS, Frances E., of Mount Pleasant, a retired school teacher, died Saturday. Arrangements by Johnson-Halls Funeral Home.

SINGLETON, Hugh David, 49, of Charleston, an event logistics coordinator with the Historic Charleston Foundation and owner of EventSublime, Flowers and Event Planning, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel.


CROSBY, Benjamin Bryan, 32, of Chapin, a vice president with JP Morgan Chase, died Friday. Arrangements by Dunbar’s Dutch Fork Chapel of Irmo.

CROXTON, Julie Michelle, 38, of Sapphire, N.C., formerly of Charleston, S.C., died June 24. Arrangements by Asheville Mortuary Services if Asheville, N.C.

EURES, Alfred Russell, 84, of New Albany, Ind., a retired construction superintendent, first married to the late Dorothy Nelson Eures and husband of Rebecca Ervin Eures, died Friday. Arrangements by Newcomer Funeral Home.

KNIGHT, Larry C., 66, of Costa Rica, formerly of Johns Island, S.C., died July 10. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s West Ashley Chapel of Charleston, S.C.

SEIGNIOUS, Richard Edward, 82, of Spartanburg, formerly of Charleston, a retired reverend with the South Carolina United Methodist Conference and husband of Betty Booth Seignious, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.

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