AYTES, Randy R., 58, of Johns Island, a plumber, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Downtown Chapel of Charleston.
DANEHUI, Patricia N., 64, of North Charleston, wife of Mark Danehui, died Monday. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Funeral Home of Charleston.
LONG, Mona Meadowcroft, 57, of North Charleston, widow of Kenneth L. Long, died Thursday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
LUBELSKY, Joseph Jr., 86, of Isle of Palms, a Coast Guard veteran, retired food service director with Baker Hospital, owner-operator of the Target Drive-In and Barbara Ann restaurants and widower of Barbara Ann Buck Lubelsky, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
ROUSE, James, 66, of Mount Pleasant, husband of Williemae Vining Rouse, died Friday. Arrangements by Houston Funeral Service of Estill.
STURDIVANT, Betty Louise Byrd, 80, of North Charleston, a former employee of Manhattan Shirt Co. and Goer Manufacturing and widow of Marion S. Sturdivant, died Monday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
HICKS, Cacy Grant, 73, of Goose Creek, a retired security guard and husband of Ethel Ann Hicks, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston.
LEWANDOWSKI, Francis Stephen, 62, of Hanahan, a retired sheriff’s officer with Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department, transportation services employee with Sheraton Hotel and the husband of Peggy Ann Budsock Lewandowski, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston.
ROBINSON, Kenneth, 65, of Summerville died Monday. Arrangements by Glover Funeral Home.
SIMMONS, Antonio L., 34, of Goose Creek, a teacher and coach with Cross High School, died Sunday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
WRIGHT, William, 73, of Cross, husband of Elizabeth Wright, died Sunday. Arrangements by Henryhand’s St. Stephen Chapel.
BOWMAN, Vernon, 56, of Walterboro died Saturday. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary.
BEASON, Helen Faye, 90, of Summerville, widow of Robert O. Beason, died Thursday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
HAAS, Hubert Pearson, 72, of Summerville, an advertising manager with BAPCO and husband of Sheila Weber Haas, died Sunday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
LINET, Druesilla R., 87, of Summerville, a retired housekeeping supervisor with Holiday Inn and widow of Harold E. Linet, died Monday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
MOON, Robert Thomas, 55, of Summerville, a computer draftsman and husband of Angela Moon, died Thursday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
ALVAREZ, William Francis, 66, of Greeleyville, a bus company driver and mechanic, died Friday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
DEVEREUX, Frederick, 81, of Liverpool, England, formerly of Summerville, S.C., an retired chief master sergeant with the Air Force and husband of Liliane Devereux, died July 16. Arrangements by Thomas Porter and Sons’ Dingle Chapel of Liverpool.
HAYWARD, Carrie Smalls, 90, of Yemassee, widow of Nick Hayward, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.
HOWE, Joe Louis, 76, of Scranton, a retired security guard officer, died Sunday. Arrangements by Samuels and Richardson’s Lake City Chapel.
MARION, John, 84, of Beaufort, a retired master gunnery sergeant with the Marine Corps, government civil service employee and widower of Mary Marion, died Sunday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
PRYOR, Odessa, of Yemassee died Saturday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.
QUALLS, James Luther, 90, of Beaufort, a lieutenant colonel with the Marine Corps, retired accountant with Coastal Buick and Olds and husband of Ruth Rentz Qualls, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
WATERS, Frances T., 84, of Beaufort, a homemaker and widow of James R. Waters, died Sunday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
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