Dorothy Jones

Mrs Dorothy Jones 71, of 117 Osbourne Street died September 25, 2017 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. She was born in Greenwood County July 7, 1946 a daughter of Joseph Jones and Guynell Jones. She was a member of Dunham Temple CME Church where she served as President of the Usher Board and member of the choir. Surviving are two nephews, Earl (Derrica) Jones and Casper Jones of Greenwood and several close friends and family. Funeral services will be held Monday October 2, 2017 at Dunham Temple CME Church with Rev. James McKee officiating. Burial was in Evening Star Cemetery.

Mr Goins Robert Duncan

Mr. Goins Robert Duncan 75 of 519 Trakus Avenue, widower of Dorothy Martin Duncan died September 21, 2017 as Hospice Care Of the Piedmont. He was born in Edgefield, SC November 15, 1941 a son of John Duncan and Annie Lou Robinson Duncan. H e was a member of Old Mt Zion Baptist Church and retired from Greenwood Mills. Surviving are four sons, Goins Duncan, Jr. of Greenwood, Basil Duncan of Charlotte, NC, Jermaine Duncan of Greenwood and Brandy Duncan of Charlotte, NC ; four brothers, Rev. Thomas Duncan(Rose) of Lyman, SC, Eugene Duncan and Thadd ( Jacqueline) Duncan of Greenwood and Rev. James (Alfreda) Duncan of Greenwood, four sisters, Modeska D. (CT) Martin , Ethel Spearman, Jaunita G

Joe Nathan Lee

Mr. Joe Nathan Lee 92, widower of Mary Frances Lee transitioned from labor to reward on September 18, 2017. He was born in Greenwood County April 14, 1925 a son of John Henry Lee and Josephine Puckett Lee. He was educated in Greenwood County public school system and graduated from Brewer High School. Joe moved to Washington DC and was employed with and retired from Silver Springs Maryland Board of Education, Zelco Realty for many years as their personal assistant and worked at RFK Stadium on the weekends. The owners of Zelco Realty continued to keep in contact with him even when He and Frances moved back to South Carolina after living 38 years in Washington. Joe was always trying to help

Lillian Virginia Smith

Mrs. Lillian Smith 92, widow of James C. Smith passed September 15, 2017 at her home. She was born in Culpepper , Virginia June 5, 1925 a daughter of the late Charlie Gibbs and Fannie Barber. She was of the Holiness Faith and a retired Homemaker. Surviving are two sons, Ronald ( Jacqueline) Johnson of Pittsburgh, PA , Michael D. Smith of Greenwood, SC ; two daughters, Virginia L Johnson of Verona , New Jersey , Darlene Johnson of Greenwood, SC ; a sister, Betty Ann Jackson of Culpepper, Virginia; five grandchildren, Daryl Johnson, Raya R.( Chris) Johnson-Kelley, Ric R. (Tiffany) Johnson , Ramel D. Johnson , and Jeleshia Freeman; nine great grandchildren and a host of other nieces , nep

William Bill Blocker

Mr. William " Bill" Blocker 72, of 206 Kitson Street husband of Elizabeth Hurley Blocker departed this life Thursday, September 7, 2017 at Aiken Regional Medical Center in Aiken , South Carolina He was born November 17, 1945 in Edgefield South Carolina a son of the late Wallace and Alma Holmes Blocker. He joined Liberty Springs Baptist Church at an early age. He worked many years with Thomas Christian Pulpwood. He leaves to cherish his memories his wife, Elizabeth Blocker of the home; two sisters, Lona Kay Bowman of Edgefield, SC , Mary Etta Garrett of Glenardey, Md; three brother-in-laws George D. Bowman, David Garrett, Rolland Baxter; five nieces, four nephews, seven great nieces, six g

Sara Belle Louise Sussewell Martin

Mrs. Sara Belle Louise Sussewell Martin 89, of 505 Haigler Street, Abbeville, SC died September 2, 2017 at Hospice Care of the Piedmont. She was born in Abbeville County December 17, 1927 a daughter of the late James T. Sussewell and Mariah Louise Hawthorne. She was a graduate of Carver High School. She was a member of Mt Lebanon AME Church where she was a former Usher and member of the Missionary Society. She loved playing the piano and was passionate about her baking She was the last survivor of her siblings. Surviving are a son , Michael J.(Audrey) Martin of Anderson, SC ; two devoted daughters and caregiver, Almeta E. Lomax (Eric) of Due West, SC and Gloria J. Woods of Mableton,

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