CHAPMAN, Rebecca, 90, of McClellanville died Friday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal’s Awendaw Chapel.
CROSBY, Cleveland Rufus, 87, of Charleston, a Navy veteran, retired Charleston Naval Shipyard machinist and widower of Leona Maxey Crosby, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
DUNCAN, Douglas Eugene, 82, of Charleston, a retired Air Force tech sergeant and husband of Barbara J. Duncan, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s West Ashley Chapel.
ELY, Paul Otis, 98, of Mount Pleasant, a retired welder and steamfitter and widower of Janet M. Ulrich Ely, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.
JONES, Leroy, of Adams Run, widower of Elnora Jones, died Friday. Arrangements by Walker’s Mortuary of Johns Island.
POLITE, Vander Lee, of Charleston, husband of Arthurleen L. Polite, died Friday. Arrangements by Hilton’s Mortuary of North Charleston.
GREENE, William Fleming, 76, of Moncks Corner, a retired Air Force master sergeant and husband of Helen F. Douglas Greene, died Saturday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.
CAMPBELL, Samuel, of Summerville, a retired minister and widower of Isabelle Campbell, died Saturday. Arrangements by Albert A. Glover Funeral Home.
SMITH, Lillie Burden, 74, of Summerville, a homemaker, died Friday. Arrangements by Scott’s Mortuary of Moncks Corner.
BROWN, Johanna R., 93, of Pawleys Island, a retired teacher, activity director with Georgetown Housing Community Service and widow of George W. Brown, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Marshel’s Wright-Donaldson Home for Funerals of Beaufort.
BROGDON, Freddie Oliver, 89, of Rosedale, N.Y., died Saturday. Arrangements by Rivers Funeral Home of Goose Creek, S.C.
GREEN, David, 62, of Lake City died Thursday. Arrangements by Samuels and Richardson’s Lake City Chapel.
MACK, William, 81, of Holly Hill died Friday. Arrangements by Eutawville Community Funeral Home.
WINN, Eunice Jarrell, 76, of Beaufort, a homemaker and wife of Barney Winn, died Saturday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.
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