Mrs. Mary Jean Rayford

Mrs. Mary Jean Rayford 74, of 610 Magnolia Drive passed November 24, 2014 at Petra Health and Rehab. She was born in Greenwood County June 1, 1940 a daughter of the late Eugene Ebo and Corrine Stevens Ebo. She was a retired Dietician. She was a member of Mt Zion Baptist Church where she served on the Missionary Society and was a former member of the Mass Choir. She was also a member of the WHA Society # 98. She leaves to cherish her memory a devoted sister, Sylvia Pearson of Greenwood; one uncle, Leroy Washington(Annie Mae) of Ninety-Six, SC; two nephews, Celester Pearson and Ulysses Pearson, Jr. both of Greenwood; a God daughter, Rev. Melissa Spencer and a host of other nieces, nephews, r

Rufus Turman Bell

Mr. Rufus Truman Bell, 66, of 10218 Hwy 21 South, Waterloo, SC, the husband of Willie Mae Golden Bell, departed this life on November 24, 2014 at Self Regional Healthcare. He was born in McCormick, SC January 22, 1948, a son of the late Robert Eugene Bell and Bertha Harrison Bell. He was a member of Shiloh A.M.E. Church and attended Good Hope Baptist Church. He graduated from Mims High School in 1966, served in the US Army and attended Piedmont Technical College. He retired from Solutia after many years of service. He had a jovial spirit and enjoyed his friends and family. His favorite sport was fishing and was a member of the Carolina Bass Anglers Club. He was preceded in death by a br

Mrs. Isabel Williams

Mrs. Isabel Williams of 503 Reddy Creek Road widow of Thomas “T.C.” Williams passed November 21, 2014 at Magnolia Manor. She was born in Greenwood County a daughter of the late Tom Mosley and Fannie Mosley. She was a member of Flint Hill Missionary Baptist Church where she served on the Missionary Society. She was the last survivor of her siblings She leaves to cherish her memory one son, Charles Homer Williams of Colorado Springs, CO, three daughters, Betty Beaty of Greenwood, Jeanette Price of the home and Marjorie Gray of Hodges; 27 grandchildren, 69 great grandchildren, 39 gg grandchildren and a host of other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends Funeral services will be 1 PM Satur

Tecora Ann Farmer

Ms. Tecora Ann Farmer 53, of 832 Gage Street died November 20, 2014 at her home. She was born in Greenwood County September 17, 1961 a daughter of Mack Lee Farmer and Minnie Simpson Farmer. She is survived by two sons, Brook Farmer of Greer, SC and Brad Anderson of Greenwood, two daughters, Dorothy Farmer and Joanna Farmer of Greenwood, two sisters, Edith Rankin and Anna Rankin both of Greenwood; four Grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held 2pm Tuesday, November 25, 2014 a Percival Tompkins Funeral Chapel with Bishop Emmanuel Spearman officiating. Burial will be in Evening Star Cemetery. Pallbearers and Flower bearers will be friends of the f

Mr. Richard Dean,Sr

Mr Richard Dean, Jr of 522 A Greene Street passed November 17, 2014 at his home. He was born in McCormick. SC April 30, 1941 a son of the late Richard Dean, Sr. and Estell Benson Dean. He was a member of Pine Grove AME Church an formerly employed as a sonstruction worker and School Bus Driver. Surviving are his companion , Pearl Griffin of the home, two sons, Richard Dean, Jr of Greenwood and Trent Dean of Wyoming; two daughters, Loretta Williams of Greenwood and Estelle Dean onf Wyoming; two step daughters, Mary Fuller and Johnnie Mae Fuller; two brothers, George Dean of Greenwood and McKinley Dean ofn Lower Mt, Colorado; one step sister, Betty Jean Godfrey of Lincolton, GA; four grandchi

Beatrice Mitchell

Mrs. Beatrice Booker " Mrs. Bea" Mitchell 92, of 406 Ron McNair Street widow of Charles G. Mitchell passed from labor to reward on November 16, 2014 at her home. She was born in Callison, South Carolina October 30, 1922 a daughter of the late Hayes Booker and Oleana Kemp Booker. She was a lifelong servant of the Lord in various capacities which became her life’s work. She was a lifelong member of Flint Hill Missionary Baptist Church where she served in many capacities to include: the Missionary Society, the Usher Ministry, Sunday School Teacher, member of the Shape Note Choir, the Gospel Choir and Culinary Ministry. She was a member of the Building Committee for the New Sanctuary. She was a

Mrs. Millie Jabber Gray

On April 20th 1931 James and Mamie Jabber welcomed their new baby daughter, Henry Ruth (later to be known as Millie Ruth). She would be destined to impact many lives with faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, the “Peace Giver”. Mom’s childhood was filled with Christian values and the love of her family and friends. She joined Pleasant Rock Baptist Church and was baptized there at an early age. Mom was raised in the Ninety Six, South Carolina community where she graduated from Ninety Six Colored School in 1950. After graduating from high school, she moved to New York and lived with her sister, Verdell Jabber Wilson. Mom developed her personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It was at this time she

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