KEELS, Buxie Jr., of Charleston, husband of Frances Keels, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Fielding Home for Funerals.
RAVENEL, Myron, of North Charleston, husband of Katrina Chisolm Ravenel, died Sunday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.
TOWNSEND, Anna L., 67, of North Charleston, a Charleston County Hospital retiree, died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Mortuary of Charleston.
WIGFALL, Lauren, 26, of Charleston died Sunday. Arrangements by Pasley's Mortuary.
HATCHER, Roosevelt, 62, of Moncks Corner, husband of Annie Hatcher, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home.
HATTEL, John David, 65, of Alvin, a retired recreation director with the Department of Defense and husband of Marcia Robinson Hattel, died Sunday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
PEERY, William Howard, 76, of Summerville, a shopping mall subcontractor and husband of Loretta E. McCleer Peery, died Monday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
SMITH, Patricia Blanchfield, 85, of Moncks Corner, a retired registered nurse and widow of Amos A. Smith, died Monday. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.
INFINGER, Mary Anne, 82, of Summerville, widow of Raymond S. Infinger, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Bryant Funeral Home of St. George.
YOST, Paul Lincoln, 59, of Summerville, husband of Dianne M. Yost, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
JORDAN, Arletta Owens, 88, of Georgetown, widow of Robert B. Jordan, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Graham Funeral Home.
CECIL, Charles Purcell Jr., 87, of Greenville died Monday. Arrangements by Shepherd and Son Funeral Directors of Hendersonville, N.C.
KITTS, Martha L., 72, of Early Branch died Saturday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home of Beaufort.
POLK, Ronald Jacob, 78, of Hampton, an Air Force veteran, retired manufacturing and engineering manager with Westinghouse and husband of Madeline Winn Polk, died Sunday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.
ROBERTS, Jimmy, 66, of Yemassee, husband of Johnnie Mae Roberts, died Monday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.
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