Ruby R. Hackett

Mrs. Ruby Robinson Hackett, 77, of NHC Healthcare entered into eternal rest on February 24, 2018 at Self Regional Medical Center. She was born May 4, 1940 in Ninety Six, SC to the late Lloyd Robinson and the Evelyn (Williams) Robinson. She graduated from Brewer High School in 1958 and formerly employed with Nantex as a seamstress. She was a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by one sister Bettye Perry. She leaves to cherish her memories are two daughters, Rinda Hackett- Harling of Greenwood SC and Tammie Terrell Hackett of Lithonia GA; three grandchildren Taylor Head, Tia Head, and Seth Harling; three nephews and a special great, nephew, Alex Perry of La

George " Chicken George" Aiken

Mr. George Edward Aiken, 63, entered into eternal rest on February 2, 2018 at Self Regional Medical Center. He was born July 29, 1954 in East Meadow Long Island, NY to Robert P. Aiken Sr. and the late Louise (Smith) Aiken. He was educated in the Amityville School District. After graduating in 1974, He was employed with Fairchild Gruman and Co. as an airplane parts assembler and with the State of NY as a Food Service Representative. He was also employed with C J Flag and Pole in Lindenhurst, NY. He was a member of Holy Trinity Baptist Church, he accepted the Lord Jesus Christ in his later years. He was always known to be the life of the party he enjoyed family and friends . He loved life an

Jereal Evans

Mr. Jereal E. Evans was born July 2, 1937in Greenwood County, South. He was the 5th child born to the late George L. Evans and Inells Jackson Evans. He was preceded in death by three siblings Lois Wright, Lillie Evans Sweat, and Charles Ray Evans. He departed this life on February 1, 2018 with his devoted wife by his side. Jereal's spiritual journey started at an early age at the Cokesbury Baptist Church. Although Jereal maintained residency outside of South Carolina he continued to be an active member of Cokesbury Baptist Church until his death. Jareal was educated in the South Carolina school system. He attended the Brewer high School. After graduating from high school, he joined the Unit

Minnie Bennett

Mrs. Minnie Bennett, 106, formerly of Hwy 221 South, Waterloo, widow of Willie Bennett, passed away Monday, February 5, 2018 at NHC National Healthcare in Clinton. She was born in Waterloo October 5, 1911 to the late Ed and Beular Moore. She joined Laurel Hill Baptist Church at an early age and was a member of the Lee Bennett Missionary Ministry. She spent most of her life caring for her family members and others. Her favorite hobby was sewing. In addition to her parents, all of her siblings preceded her in death with the exception of one sister, Dorothy Sullivan of Brooklyn, NY. Other survivors are nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services will be held Friday, February 9, 2018 at La

Rev. Charles Agnew

Rev. Charles E. Agnew, 66, of 1405 Cooper Street, entered into eternal rest on February 1, 2018 at Self Regional Medical Center. He was born December 6, 1951 in Greenwood County to the late Johnny Coleman and Christine Coleman Agnew. He was educated in the Greenwood Public Schools and employed by Greenwood Mills. He later became a mechanic and was employed with Western Auto and retired from B & F Inc. of Greenwood SC. He was presently working at Percival Tomkins Funeral Home as an associate and in house minister. He was a member and later licensed and ordained at Cokesbury Baptist Church and presently served as Associate pastor at John's Creek Baptist Church. He was a former member of Sava

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