Leroy Tolbert (January 3, 1922 - June 28, 2014)

Leroy Tolbert of 111 S. Bethune Street husband of Liilie W. Tolbert departed his earthly life on Saturday June 28, 2014 at Self Regional Health Care. He was born in McCormick, South Carolina to the late William Tolbert and Leila Adams Tolbert on January 3, 1922. Leroy was a member of the Walker Chapel Baptist Church where he served as Superintendent of Sunday School and Deacon. Leroy, a World War II veteran, was a member of American Legion Post 224 and past Post Commander. He was awarded for 60 years of continuous membership in May 2013. Leroy was also a member of Dunn Creek Masonic Lodge # 302. Leroy retired from Riegel Textile where he was employed for 38 years and worked for the Piedmont

Frederick Miller (February 17, 1946 - June 9, 2014)

Mr. Frederick “Brother” Miller 68, of 511 Foundry Road husband of Patricia Ann Hawthorne Miller passed June 9, 2014 at this home. He was born in Cokesbury, SC February 17, 1046 a son of the late Moses Miller, Sr. and Annie Mae Goggins Miller. He attended the local schools of Greenwood County and was a veteran of the United States Navy He was a member of St Paul AME Church and formerly employed with Monsanto and Greenwood Mills He was preceded in death by a brother, Dennis Miller and a sister, Jofletta Miller Robinson. He is survived by his wife of the home, two daughters, Yolanda Michelle Miller of Greenwood and Pamela Miller McDaniels (Oscar) of Fredricksburg, VA; one granddaughter, Brittan

Deacon Roscoe Cannon,Sr (December 6, 1938 - June 4, 2014)

Deacon Roscoe Cannon, Sr. 75 of 124 Cannon Road husband of Virginia Wilson Cannon passed away June 4, 2014 at his home. He was born in Laurens, SC on December 6, 1938, a son of Mary McGowans Cannon and the late Y. J. Cannon. He was a graduate of Brewer High School Class of 1958. He retired from the Greenwood Metropolitan Commisson after 31 years of service. He was a former member of St Vaughnville, Baptist Church where he served as Deacon. He was presently a member of Mt Moriah Baptist Church where he served as Deacon and member of the Brotherhood. He was a former member of the Promise Land All Male Chorus, Men on the Move and Past President of Cannon Drive Community Club. He is survived by

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