Mamie Hattie Dye

Mrs. Mamie Hattie Dye 77, of 105 Myrtle Street, Magnolia Subdivision widow of Arthur Dye, Jr. entered into eternal rest on Friday, December 20, 2019 at her home. She was born in Greenwood county August 7, 1943 a daughter of the late E.L. Robinson and Essie T. Quarles Robinson. She was a member of Mt Olive Baptist Church where she served as a Deaconess member of the Senior Choir . She leaves to cherish her memory four sons, Charles Dye and Berely Dye of Greenwood, Willie Dye, Pulaski, TN and Keith Dye, Greenville, SC; one daughter, Debra Dye, Atlanta, GA; one brother, Willie T. Robinson, Ninety Six, SC 14 grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends, Services

James Archie Parker, Jr

Mr James Archie Parker , Jr.61 of 101 Third Day Street husband of Carolyn Foster Parker died December 6, 2019 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. He was born in McCormick, SC March 16, 1958 a son of the late James Archie Parker, Sr and Alberta Talbert Parker. He was a member of Milway Baptist Church. Surviving is his wife of the home, two brothers, Bishop Emanuel Spearman and Stanley Carter of Hodges; four sisters, Emma Jean Tutt of McCormick, SC, Mary Roberts of Augusta, GA, Ethel Spearman of Germany and Tracy Carter Wheeler of Greenville, SC Memorial services will be held Noon Saturday, December 14, 2019 at Milway Baptist Church. The family is at the home of a brother, Bishop Emanuel Spear

Earnestine P. Franklin

Mrs. Earnestine Price Franklin 67, widow of Ervin Leon Franklin died December 6, 2019 at Self Regional Medical Center. She was born in Plum Branch, SC November 30, 1952 a daughter of the late Willie Albert Price and Lottie Yeldell Price. She was a member of Zion Chapel AME Church, McCormick, SC where she served as a former Missionary, Stewardess and Trustee. She was formerly employed with Milliken. She was preceded in death by her husband, her siblings, Willie Mae Snead, Dianne Price, Karen Price and Jimmy Price. Surviving are a son, Lamarcus K. Franklin of Seattle, WA; two daughters, Tanya Franklin, Greenville, SC and Kristy Franklin, McCormick, SC; four brothers, William Price, Greenw

Clyde Bennett, Jr

Clyde Bennett, Jr., 80, of 144 Arthur Hill Road, Waterloo, SC, peacefully and quietly departed this life on Friday, December 6, 2019 at his home. He was born in Waterloo, SC to the late Clyde Bennett, Sr. and Eliza Hill Bennett. He was reared in the home of his grandmother, the late Eva Hill. He was a member of Laurel Hill Baptist Church and attended the public schools in Laurens County. He retired for South Carolina Department of Transportation after 20 plus years of service. He was preceded in death in addition to his parents and grandparent, his wife, Songa Martin Bennett, a daughter, Bessie Bennett and a brother, Willie Herbert Bennett, Sr. He leaves to cherish his loving memories,

Nathaniel Edwards, Jr.

Nathaniel Edwards, Jr. 59, of 104 S. Hospital Street died December 5, 2019 at Self Regional Medical Center. He was born in Greenwood County July 5, 1960 a son of Nathaniel Edwards, Sr. and Dorothy Nash Edwards. He was formerly employed with Mack's Plumbing and was of the Baptist Faith. He leaves to cherish his memory one aunt, Elsie Partlow of Greenwood, a host of cousins and a special friend, Kim Smith of the home. Services will be held 1 pm Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at Percival Tompkins Funeral Home with Pastor Sara Robertson officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be friends and family. The family request that flowers be omitted and donations be m

Mrs Catherine Young

Mrs. Catherine Young 99, formerly of 911 Taggart Avenue widow of David Young died December 4, 2019 at Self Regional Medical Center. She was born in Ninety-Six, SC November 30, 1921 a daughter of the late Andrew Campbell and Sarah Bluford Campbell. She was a member of Mt Zion Baptist church in Coronaca , South Carolina where she served as former President of the Usher Board, member of the Missionary Society, Mother of the Church and honorary member of the Women of Gratitude and was bestowed the SheRo Award. She was former director of the Sunbeam Choir and a member of the Taggart/Russell Street Community Club. She was preceded in death by a son, David Young, Jr; her siblings, Johnnie Ma

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