HEIBLE, Daniel Edward, 63, of Rockville, an Aramark retiree and husband of Cynthia Teague Heible, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
JENKINS, Shirley, of North Charleston died Thursday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary.
HOLDEN, Lauryn Kathryn, 64, of Moncks Corner, an artist, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services of North Charleston.
JORDAN, Thomas Hampton, 83, of Summerville, an Army National Guard retiree, retired auto mechanic and husband of Edna Ward Jordan, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Russell Funeral Chapel of Moncks Corner.
NELSON, Susan Jane Middleton, 83, of Bonneau, widow of James T. Nelson, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home of Moncks Corner.
TROTTER, Bradley Craig, 33, of Summerville died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home.
BARRICKMAN, Ira III, 75, of McCormick, a Coast Guard retiree, Navy veteran, S.C. State Port Authority retiree and widower of Iris Barrickman, died August 8.
BLANDIN, James E., of Greenville, formerly of North Charleston, husband of Hazella Blandin, died Monday. Arrangements by Hilton's Mortuary of North Charleston.
BLANTON, James Anthony, 67, of Fairhope, Ala., a Navy veteran, teacher and husband of Susan Richards Blanton, died Saturday. Arrangements by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory of Daphne, Ala.
DARNELL, Charles Lewis, 72, of Hampton, a National Guard veteran, retired manager with B.C. Moore's and Peebles and husband of Tommie Jean Smoak Darnell, died Thursday. Arrangements by Brice Herndon's Varnville-Hampton Chapel.
EASLEY, Ruby Mae, 92, of Greeleyville, a homemaker and widow of David M. Easley, died Thursday. Arrangements by Henryhand's St. Stephen Chapel.
EVANS, Willard Dye, 85, of Kingstree, a retired Army first lieutenant and husband of Ida Kathleen Barker, died Thursday. Arrangements by Williamsburg Funeral Home.
WHITE, Paul Elliott, 95, of Orangeburg died Wednesday. Arrangements by Holcombe Funeral Home of Union.
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