BARBER, George Edward III, 76, of Mount Pleasant, S.C., a retiree, died Monday. Arrangements by T.H. Robertson Funeral Home of Charlotte.
BYRD, Thomas Monroe, 61, of North Charleston, a contractor and widower of Linda Byrd, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home.
MIDDLETON, Eva, of Johns Island died Tuesday. Arrangements by Walker's Mortuary.
ROBERSON, Helen Kathryn Keehan, 89, of Awendaw, a warehouse manager with John Huguley Co., died Tuesday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
SEABROOK, Eugene, 70, of James Island, husband of Rose M. Seabrook, died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Mortuary of Charleston.
WILLIAMS, Albertha, of Charleston, widow of Edward Williams, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.
VANDERHORST, Edith Robinson, 82, of Wando, a homemaker, died Monday. Arrangements by Scott's Mortuary of Moncks Corner.
FORD, Blanche, 85, of Walterboro died Tuesday. Arrangements by Koger's Mortuary.
BRENNAN, John E., 84, of Beaufort, a retired chief warrant officer with the Marine Corps and husband of Nancy Brennan, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
GILES, James Robert, 78, of Penn National, Penn., husband of Catherine Barnette Giles, died Friday. Arrangements by Collins Funeral Home of Silver Spring, Md.
MOSE, Shirley Latoya, 29, of Kingstree died Tuesday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Kingstree Chapel.
PATRICK, Sara MeCoy Ayer, of Furman died Feb. 12. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton.
SWOPE, William James Jr., of Fuquay-Varina, N.C., a Navy and Navy Reserve veteran, retired middle and high school assistant principal, athletic director, former educator with Moultrie and Wando high schools and Trident Technical College and husband of Sherrill Stanley, died Feb. 8.
YOST, John Louis Jr., 92, of White Rock, a pastor, secretary with the Board of Foreign Missions of the United Lutheran Church in America and widower of Kathryn Sue Caughman Yost, died Monday. Arrangements by Caughman-Harman's Irmo/St. Andrews Chapel of Columbia.
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