Luther Belcher, Jr

Luther Belcher, Jr. 66 of 106 Cromer Lane , Hodges, SC died July 17, 2020 at Self Regional Medical Center. He was born in Greenwood, SC a son of Izora Morris Belcher and the late Luther Belcher, Sr. He was a member of Mt Calvary Baptist Church. Surviving is his mother of Greenwood, SC; two sons, Luther Belcher III and Derek Belcher of Greenwood; one daughter, Andrea Belcher of Greenwood; two brothers, Freddie Belcher(Dorothy) of Greenwood and Larry Belcher of Hodges, two sisters, Mary Belcher of Greenwood and Ojetta Williams of Hodges, eight grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Graveside services will be held 11:00 am Friday, July 24, 2020 at Evening Star Cemeter

Eleanor Holmes

Eleanor Holmes, widow of William Holmes Jr., was born October 10, 1945, to the parentage of the late Isaiah Younger Sr. and Florence Moorer in New York, NY. After being blessed with 74 years in this earthly life, God called her home on July 19, 2020, at Self Regional Hospital. Eleanor was a devoted member of the Youth Crusade Evangelistic Center where she served on the Mother Board, as Deaconess, the Usher Board, and the choir. Prior to retiring from Self Regional Hospital in 2007, she served as the Dietary Supervisor where she developed her passion for cake baking. She was also a former member of the Golden Girls Club and the R.L. Stevens Senior Citizens Club. Her sweet and compassionate sp

Lillie Mae Pressley

Mrs. Lillie Mae Pressley, 92, of 717 Brickyard Road, Ninety-Six, SC widow of Willie Pressley entered into eternal rest on Sunday, July 19,2020 at Abbeville Nursing Home, Abbeville, SC. She was born January 19, 1927 to the late Addie K Goode and James Calhoun, Sr. She was a faithful member of Pleasant Rock Baptist Church where she served as Sunday School Teacher, member of the Pastor's Aide Committee, Beatification Committee, Kitchen Committee, Missionary Society, Senior Choir and was Co-Founder of the Mother's Day Program. She was bestowed the honor of God-Mother of the Church and The "Peppermint Lady". Mrs. Pressley and her desire to serve led her to Pine Pleasant Baptist Church where

Bennie Mae Syrkett Holloway

Mrs. Bennie Mae Syrkett Holloway , widow of Mr. James P. (Joe) Holloway, departed this life on July 18, 2020. Born in Ninety-Six, SC she was the daughter of the late Mrs. Ada Andrew Syrkett and a 1944 graduate of Brewer High School. At an early age , her acceptance of the Living Christ, was instrumental in her becoming a member of Old Mt Zion Baptist Church, in the Epworth Community. She retired from the Nantex-Riviera Company after many years of service. She was preceded in death by her only child, Felecia Ann Lee, eight sisters and six brothers. She leaves to rejoice in her home going, one brother, Mr. Charles (Yvette Quiros) Syrkett of Lawrenceville, Georgia; one sister, Mrs. Willie Mae

Altonio Reed, Sr

Altonio Ranarld Reed Sr. , 51 of 3015 S. Veterans Parkway husband of Celeste Bailey Reed died July 15, 2020 in Moultrie Georgia. He was born in Abbeville, SC March 23, 1969 a son of Mary Jean Tucker Reed the late James Albert Reed, Sr. Surviving is his wife Celeste, his mother, Mary Jean Tucker; mother in law , Deborah Wharton; his children, Altonio (Shay) Reed, Jr., Lavontae Davis, Kyron Bailey and Tiffany Bailey; three brothers, Travis( Donna) Reed, Hartley Reed and Sammie Reed; two sisters, Collette (James) Wilson and Latoyna (Calvin) Evans; seven grandchildren one reared in the home, Christian Donaldson; a sister in law, Taiese ( Allen) Kidd; a brother in law, Koreem (Kathy) Ba

Daisy Mae Carter

Mrs. Daisy Mae Carter 75, 114 Eve Street wife of Charles Carter entered into eternal rest July 12, 2020 at her home. She was born in Philadelphia, PA December 20, 1945 a daughter of Ella Mae Robinson. She was a member of Westside Community Club where she was Chairman of the Hospitality Committee and was a graduate of Brewer High School Class of 1964 where she presently served as President of the Alumni Class. She graduated from Piedmont Technical College with a degree in Nursing and retired from NHC Greenwood after 27 years of faithful service. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruby Wideman and Sanquinetta Benson Surviving are her husband Charles Carter of the home, one son, Maur

Lugenia T. DeLaney

Mrs. Lugenia Tillman DeLaney 85, of 208 Roberson Street, Columbia, SC widow of the late John K DeLaney, Sr. entered into eternal rest on July 7, 2020 at Hospice and Palliative Care of Greenwood. She was born in Trenton, SC March 29, 1935 a daughter of the late John Benjamin Tillman and Lula Mae Hammonds Tillman. She was a member of Haskell Heights Progressive Baptist Church in Columbia, SC where she was a former Head Usher and Mother of the Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, a daughter, Cynthia DeLaney and two sisters, Bessie Tillman and Geneva Weeks. Surviving are four daughters, Estell Martin of Greenwood, Vera Blackwell(George) of Columbia, SC, Betty Perry(James) Atlant

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