AIKENS, Archie, 81, of North Charleston died Thursday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home of Yemassee.
BROWN, Mabel, 72, of Edisto Island died Sunday. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Downtown Chapel of Charleston.
COOPER, Margaret M. Greer, 66, of North Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Mortuary of Charleston.
FERRI, Heather McDuffie, 30, of Isle of Palms, an event coordinator and wife of Anthony D. Ferri Jr., died Wednesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
JAMISON, Mary Lee, 81, of Charleston died Tuesday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Home for Funerals.
MILES, Deontre J., 23, of North Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.
MONTEIRO, Napoleao J., 81, of North Charleston, husband of Theda Monteiro, died Thursday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary.
MOORE, Reese III, of James Island, husband of Brenda S. Moore, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary of North Charleston.
MUNNLYN, Thomas Jr., of North Charleston, widower of Annabell C. Munnlyn, died Monday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.
RAMBERT, Richard, of North Charleston died Thursday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.
REYNOLDS, Sherlene, 38, of North Charleston died Wednesday. Arrangements by Dickerson Mortuary.
DRIGGERS, Elias Andrew Jr., 79, of Whitesville, owner and operator with Driggers Truck Shop and husband of Janie Wiggins Driggers, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
WORKS, William Joe, 73, of Goose Creek, a retired Navy master chief and widower of Maria Del Carmen Works, died Dec. 6. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston.
BALES, Grady M., 84, of Walterboro, owner and operator with Bales Garage and husband of Doris Smoak Bales, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Parker-Rhoden Funeral Home.
MEADOWS, Bobby F., 83, of Walterboro, an Air Force veteran, hardwood floor installer and widower of Ramona Meadows, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Tri-County Cremation Center of Summerville.
BANKS, Linda James, 66, of Ladson, wife of Eddie D. Banks, died Wednesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home of Summerville.
BEATY, Roy Herbert, 85, of Summerville, a Navy veteran, former owner and operator with Beaty and Sons Plumbing and widower of Doris Causey Beaty, died Wednesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
BROOKS, Robert Vernon, 66, of Summerville, a Marine Corps veteran, retired radio industry executive and husband of Claudia Bell Brooks, died Dec. 6. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Georgia of Atlanta.
DALTON, Bill Edward, 66, of Summerville, a mechanic and husband of Sandra Dalton, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
GINERIS, Andrew Stephen, 49, of Summerville, an executive chef, died Wednesday. Arrangements by McAlister-Smith's West Ashley Chapel of Charleston.
KNOTTS, Benjamin Franklin Jr., 85, of Summerville, a doctor, died Thursday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
ACKERMAN, Carl Willis, 82, of Clemson, formerly of Charleston, an Army veteran, retired Army Reserve colonel, retired professor with Clemson University Extension Service and husband of Carol Ackerman, died Thursday. Arrangements by Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home of Central.
BELCHER, Ellen Lewis, 92, of Stone Mountain, Ga., formerly of Charleston, S.C., a retired business partner with Mary Alexander's Center for Feminine Fitness, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Tom M. Wages' Snellville, Ga. Chapel.
COARDES, Jerome, of Columbia died Saturday. Arrangements by Suburban Funeral Home of North Charleston.
CUMMINGS, Michael, of New York, husband of Karen Cummings, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Albert A. Glover Funeral Home of Summerville, S.C.
GAMBRELL, Jacquelin Going Maxwell, 97, of Columbia, an interior designer, owner and operator with Jacquelin Maxwell Interiors, University of South Carolina professor, first married to the late John K. Maxwell and widow of Rueben Gambrell, died Monday. Arrangements by Dunbar's Devine Street Chapel.
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