BACKMAN, Frances, 77, of James Island died Thursday. Arrangements by Serenity Mortuary of Summerville.
BORKOWSKI, Stanley J., 47, of Folly Beach died Tuesday. Arrangements by Musmanno Funeral Home of McKees Rocks, Pa.
HARDMAN, Harriette Strickland, 93, of Mount Pleasant, a homemaker, Charleston County Public Welfare Department employee and wife of Robert Hardman, died Wednesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
JONES, Billie William Lerrick, of Charleston died Sunday. Arrangements by Suburban Funeral Home of North Charleston.
LEE, Helen Harper, of Charleston, widow of Morris Lee, died Thursday. Arrangements by Hilton’s Mortuary of North Charleston.
MOORER, Patricia Goen, 75, of James Island, widow of Gerald O. Moorer, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
MORTRUDE, Bonnie Mae Robertson, 68, of Mount Pleasant, a retired admissions clerk with Roper Hospital, died Thursday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
SCHNEIDER, Margot, 91, of Mount Pleasant, an office supervisor, died Thursday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
SEABROOK, Deborah Ann, 53, of Charleston, died Thursday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.
SIMPSON, Graffie Thomas, 100, of Greenville, a construction worker, retired machinist with J. P. Stevens, Lockheed and Fouke Fur Co., Bi-Lo employee and widower of Lilian Royster Simpson, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Mackey Mortuary.
SMITH, Johnie Jr., 83, of North Charleston, a Navy veteran, Shell service station owner-operator, owner of Smith Towing and Transport and the Bizzie Bee Social Club and husband of Elizabeth Reynolds Smith, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
DAYTON, J. B., 78, of Goose Creek, a retired Navy Chief Hull Maintenance Technician, retired shipfitter with the Charleston Naval Shipyard and widower of Claudette Boyce Dayton, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston.
BELL, LaVerne Morgan, 87, of Lodge, widow of Robert J. Bell, died Thursday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Ehrhardt-Bamberg Chapel.
JENNINGS, James M., 50, of Cottageville died Wednesday. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary of Walterboro.
KING, Mary, 99, of White Hall died Wednesday. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary of Walterboro.
EBERHARDT, Larry David, 71, of Summerville, a Navy veteran, pattern maker, cabinet maker and husband of Carol A. Leggett Eberhardt, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
JACKSON, Larry Michael, of Summerville has died. Arrangements by Milligan’s Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
PEASNER, Norma F., 95, of Summerville died Thursday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
HIERS, Joseph Stephen, of Hampton died Thursday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.
LACEY, John, 78, of Sebring, Fla., formerly of North Charleston, S.C., owner-operator of Atlantic Coast Aluminum and husband of Edie Lace, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Boynton Memorial Chapel of Boynton Beach, Fla.
PRIESTER, Lena Sanders, 86, of Beaufort, a retired bookkeeper with Belk and widow of David Priester, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
ROEHM, Myrel Joseph, of Birmingham, Ala., formerly of Hampton, S.C., died Sept. 6. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton, S.C.
SLADE, Johnny Wayne, 54, of Bishopville, husband of Tommie Sue Purvis Slade, died Monday. Arrangements by Norton Funeral Home of Hartsville.
WAY, Eugene Barnwell Jr., 71, of Welaka, Fla., formerly of Charleston, S.C., retired president of South Carolina Public Railways and husband of Phyllis Ramsey Way, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Herndon and Sons’ Walterboro Chapel.
YOUNG, Worden A., 64, of Beaufort, a retired Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps and husband of Aileen C. Young, died Sunday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
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