BING, John F., 49, of Ravenel died Saturday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary of North Charleston.
BLAKE, Marie, of North Charleston, formerly of Mount Pleasant, died Sunday. Arrangements by Johnson-Halls Funeral Home of Mount Pleasant.
GREEN, Benjamin, 60, of Charleston, a retired building business manager with the City of Charleston, died June 20. Arrangements by Smith-McNeal's Downtown Chapel.
LEWIS, Patricia Ann, 50, of Charleston, an environmental technician with the College of Charleston, died Saturday. Arrangements by Dickerson Mortuary of North Charleston.
McFADDEN, Clinton Jr., 72, of North Charleston died Friday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary.
SHAFFER, Henry Delaune, 84, of Mount Pleasant, an American Mutual Fire Insurance Co. retiree and widower of Anne Reaves Shaffer, died Sunday. Arrangements by Stuhr's Mount Pleasant Chapel.
SMITH, Catherine J., 89, of Charleston, a retired custodian with the Charleston County School District and widow of Christopher Smith, died Saturday. Arrangements by Dorothy's Hollywood Chapel.
WITTRELL, Reggie G., 35, of Ravenel died Thursday. Arrangements by Murray's Mortuary of North Charleston.
YOUNGBLOOD, Linda, of Hollywood died Saturday. Arrangements by Fielding's Yonges Island Chapel.
BEEBE, Cynthia Lynn Fox, 43, of Summerville, wife of Donald Beebe Jr., died Thursday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
FARMER, Roy Leland, 74, of Moncks Corner, a retired manager with Walmart and husband of Marlene Mills Farmer, died Saturday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel.
WILLIAMS, Clossie, 71, of Pineville, a Hudson County, N.J. Vocational School retiree and husband of Regina Williams, died Sunday. Arrangements by Henryhand's St. Stephen Chapel.
RIDDLE, Helen Hayden, 81, of Walterboro, a social studies teacher with John C. Calhoun Academy and widow of Glenn C. Riddle, died Friday. Arrangements by Parker-Rhoden's Walterboro Chapel.
ASQUITH, Charlene White, 86, of Summerville, a retired real estate agent and wife of John C. Asquith, died Friday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
GRUBBS, Dorothy Bee, 90, of Summerville, a retired administrative assistant with Navy Facilities Engineering Command and widow of Roy Grubbs, died Saturday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
SNIPES, Rosa, of Summerville died Saturday. Arrangements by Aiken-Capers Funeral Home.
VOGELE, Terrence Carroll, 78, of Summerville, a retired advertising representative with the Naples, Fla. Daily News and husband of Anne Tonnessen Vogele, died Saturday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home.
CRAIG, Julian F. Jr., 85, of Greenwood, a retired Army Reserve colonel, retired minister, formerly with James Island Presbyterian Church and Summerville Presbyterian Church, former interim pastor with numerous area churches and husband of Jeannette Beisley Craig, died Saturday. Arrangements by Blyth Funeral Home.
FRAZIER, Larcenia Hicks, 79, of Early Branch, wife of Bennie Lee Frazier, died Sunday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home of Yemassee.
LEE, Mary Elizabeth Legare, 64, of Merritt Island, Fla., formerly of North Charleston, S.C., a Cape Canaveral Hospital retiree, former employee of Roper Hospital and wife of Stephen Lee, died June 16.
MCQUEEN, William Martin Jr., 72, of La Mirada, Calif., a retired psychology professor with the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, former director of psychological services with the Charleston County School District and husband of Carol Beaty McQueen, died June 22. Arrangements by Burroughs-Cooper-Kiser Funeral Home of Bennettsville, S.C.
PEARCE, Margery Walker, of Columbia, widow of Robert R. Pearce, died Friday. Arrangements by Dunbar's Dutch Fork Chapel of Irmo.
RENTZ, William Franklin, 70, of Ehrhardt, a National Guard veteran, auctioneer, farmer and husband of Evelyn Gaskins Rentz, died Saturday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon's Ehrhardt-Bamberg Chapel.
ROBERTS, Janice Taylor, 74, of Riegelwood, N.C. died Friday. Arrangements by Andrews Mortuary of Wilmington,
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