Local obituary notices in Charleston, SC
9 hrs ago | via Charleston City Paper
Some big changes could be in store for South Carolina's purveyors of beer, wine, and liquor. Among the slew of new bills introduced in the Statehouse are proposals to require mandatory training for alcohol servers, as well as plans to lighten restrictions on distilleries. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Lakeland Ledger
KATHRYN HOEHNE, 79 LAKELAND - Kathryn Virginia Bollinger was born March 13, 1937 to Benjamin Lee and Joyce B. Bollinger of Elkton, Maryland. Her husband, Robert H. Hoehne preceded her in death on September 13, 2002. Comment?
Saturday Feb 25 | via The News-Messenger
Berthanne Ziemke FREMONT: Berthanne Ziemke, 99, of Fremont passed away on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 at Valley View Health Care Center, Fremont. She was born on Oct. 5, 1917 in Norwalk to the late, Alfred & Lucy Lamb. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 22 | via The Republic
Alice M. Reeves, 77, of South Hillview Road, died at 4:33 a.m. February 22, 2017, at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana Inpatient Facility. Alice was born May 21, 1939, in Edinburgh, the daughter of Francis and Margaret Anderson Critney. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 21 | via Morning Journal
A life-long resident of Lisbon, she was a homemaker. She worked at Lisbon Provision Company during World War II at which time she also held offices with the VFW Ladies' Auxiliary. Comment?
Friday Feb 17 | via The Gillette News-Record
In this Friday, June 18, 2015 file photo, police tape surrounds the parking lot behind the AME Emanuel Church as FBI forensic experts work the crime scene where nine people where shot by Dylann Storm Roof, 21, in Charleston, S.C. Since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the Southern Poverty Law Center has tracked domestic terrorist plots and attacks in the United States. It lists more than 100, including the slaying of nine black churchgoers during a 2015 prayer meeting in Charleston, S.C. In this Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017 photo, Jannie Coverdale looks over photos of her two grandsons, Aaron Coverdale, left, and Elijah Coverdale, right, who both died in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, in her home in Oklahoma City. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 15 | via WIS-TV Columbia
Representative Joe Neal , died suddenly Tuesday night at the age of 66 . On Wednesday morning, his colleagues in the South Carolina House of Representatives to grieve the loss and remembered the man he was. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via Post and Courier
North Charleston police have arrested a Moncks Corner woman in connection with a fatal, Monday afternoon hit-and-run at Northwoods Mall. Helen Ann Williams, a 56-year-old resident of Fairlawn Drive, has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death, police said. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via Cleveland Daily Banner
She loved and enjoyed spending time with her family. She was a good cook and her family loved to eat her food. Comment?
Monday Feb 13 | via News Max
Calhoun College at Yale University was renamed last week after a slavery flap that was reignited after the 2015 shooting death in a South Carolina church that left nine African-American churchgoers dead. The College had been named after Yale graduate John C. Calhoun, who served as vice president of the United States under John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. Comment?
Saturday Feb 11 | via The Spokesman-Review
Yale University will rename one of its residential colleges, replacing the name of an alumnus remembered as an advocate of slavery with that of an alumna who was a pioneering mathematician and computer scientist who helped transform the way people use technology. "The minute that the announcement came out, people stuck their heads out of the window and yelled 'Wahoo!'" said Julia Adams, a sociology professor at Yale who is head of the just-renamed Grace Murray Hopper College. Comment?
Saturday Feb 11 | via The Washington Post
Yale University will rename one of its residential colleges, replacing the name of an alumnus remembered as an advocate of slavery with that of an alumna who was a pioneering mathematician and computer scientist who helped transform the way people use technology. The decision to rename Calhoun College reverses one made last spring, when Yale President Peter Salovey said he did not want to erase history, but confront it and learn from it. Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via MDJonline.com
Grady G. Taylor, 83, of Powder Springs, died Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Grady Taylor went to be with his Heavenly Father on Tuesday February 7th. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via NewsandSentinel.com
Linda Lee Barrett, age 74, of W. Florence, SC, went to be with her Heavenly Father on February 8, 2017, at Presbyterian Willow Trace Rehab of Florence where she had been a few days resident following a four week illness and hospitalization with aspiration pneumonia at McLeod Hospital in Florence. Linda was born on August 27, 1942, in Parkersburg, WV, the only child of Karl Oace Law and his second wife, Lillian Irene Law. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via MDJonline.com
Olga Mary Lee Ross died peacefully in Tranquility at Kennesaw Mountain on February 1, 2017, in Marietta, GA, at the age of 63 after a long struggle with cancer. Comment?
Monday Feb 6 | via The Courier
Margaret Gwendolyn Sheffield, resident of Legacy Heights in Russellville, went home to be with her Lord on Feb. 1, 2017, at the age of 94. She previously retired from the state as a supervisor at the Children's Colony in Conway. The daughter of the late Tillman and Pearle Hydrick Jeffcoat, she was born Sept. Comment?
Saturday Feb 4 | via Douglas County Sentinel
Tony Patrick "T.J." Marlow Jr., age 33, of Carrollton passed away Sunday, January 29, 2017. He was born November 1, 1983, in Carrollton to Tony P. Marlow Sr. and the late Carole Sue Johnson Marlow. Comment?
Saturday Feb 4 | via MDJonline.com
Karen Burns Blakey, "Bama" to her grandchildren, passed away February 1st, 2017. Comment?
Saturday Feb 4 | via Post and Courier
File/Staff Robert Taylor leads a rehearsal at The Cathedral Church of St. Luke & St. Paul. He is founder and director of the Taylor Festival Choir, which performs at 4 p.m. Sunday. Comment?
Thursday Feb 2 | via Post and Courier
The S.C. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the accidental death of a construction worker that occurred late last year in Charleston. Loyd Eddins Jr., 47, of Greensboro, Alabama, died Dec. 16 of blunt force trauma in a construction accident at 158 Lockwood Drive, according to the Charleston County Coroner's Office. Comment?
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