Charleston Obituaries

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  • 3 hrs ago | via Altoona Mirror 

    David Charles Schach

    He is survived by his wife, Cathy Lynn Schach; his step-daughter, Emmie Larsen of Mt. Pleasant, S.C.; his stepson, P.J. Larsen of Menifee, Calif.; his sisters: Sharon Radel and her husband, Nelson, of Altoona and Beth Sackett of Charleston, S.C.; his nephews: Nelson Radel and his wife, Lisa, and their daughter, Paige, of Altoona, Christopher Sackett and his wife, Chrissy, and their daughter, Daisy, of Awendaw, S.C.; and his uncles: William D. Rohe of Mt.


  • Wednesday Nov 25 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald 

    Marjorie Elmore Hayes

    Marjorie Elmore Hayes, age 85, died peacefully at home in Mayfield with her husband of 64 years by her side on Monday, November 23, 2015. Marjorie was born December 16, 1929, in Palatine Bridge, N.Y., the daughter and oldest child of Leona Slater Elmore and Clarence Elmore.


  • Friday Nov 20 | via Sedalia Democrat 

    Beykirch-Jarvis wedding

    Meredith Beykirch and Alex Jarvis, both of Charleston, South Carolina, were married at 5 p.m. Sept. 6, 2015, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Sedalia.


  • Friday Nov 20 | via Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper 

    Donald Anderson

    Donald Anderson, 69, of Vero Beach, Fla., passed away Friday, Nov. 6. Born July 31, 1946, to Mary Anderson and the late Donald Anderson in Menominee, Mi., he graduated from Marinette Catholic Central High School in 1964 and later from UW-Oshkosh.


  • Thursday Nov 19 | via 

    Janet Gibson - Greenwood

    Janet Clamp Gibson, 54, resident of Greenwood, wife of Daniel Gibson, passed away November 17, 2015 at Self Regional Medical Center. Born September 6, 1961 in Greenwood, she was the daughter of Brenda Clamp Barfield and the late James Perry Clamp.


  • Wednesday Nov 18 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    More than sing, Pharrell Williams and others want to...

    When Pharrell Williams signed up to perform at an all-star concert highlighting race relations in America, the multi-layered musician didn't want to “have a kumbaya type-of-moment” onstage with his fellow performers, as he put it. “That's not what these communities need.


  • Wednesday Nov 18 | via O-R Online 

    More than sing, Pharrell and others want to talk abo...

    The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores.


  • Wednesday Nov 18 | via Marietta Times 

    Thelma Leota Turner

    She was employed as operator for Ohio Bell until her retirement. She loved being with her grandchildren and loved to travel.


  • Tuesday Nov 17 | via 

    Robert L, Kreiling, 89, an Original Member of Eaton'...

    Robert L, Kreiling, 89, of Phoenix, Arizona and Charleston, S.C., formerly from Eaton's Neck, Northport, N.Y. died November 14, 2015. He was one of the original members of the Eaton's Neck Fire Company, with their Model A and 1932 Fire Trucks.


  • Tuesday Nov 17 | via The Beaumont Enterprise 

    More than sing, Pharrell and others want to talk abo...

    This Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015 photo provided by A+E Networks shows Pharrell Williams performs the song "Freedom" as part of the "Shining A Light: A Concert for Progress on Race in America," at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, S.C. The two-hour special event will air across the entire A+E Networks portfolio, including A&E, HISTORY, Lifetime, H2, LMN ... (more)


  • Tuesday Nov 17 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Steven Raybourne

    He was a graduate of Georgia State College and was an operations manager for M&M Mars before retirement. He then pursued his lifelong passion for boating.


  • Monday Nov 16 | via The Washington Post 

    Husband of 9/11 hero returns award given to late wif...

    Officer James Smith puts a flower near the photo of his wife, Officer Moira Smith, NYPD, who died on Sept. 11th.


  • Friday Nov 13 | via Daily Mail 

    Charleston church shooting relatives on power of for...

    'If you don't forgive, you're letting evil into your heart': Charleston church shooting relatives and survivors reveal how they have come to forgive gunman Five months ago, nine black parishioners were gunned down at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, in a massacre that shocked America. They were killed during a Bible study group on the evening of June 17 at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church.


  • Thursday Nov 12 | via WLNE-TV Providence 

    Volunteers continue sorting mementos after church sh...

    A group of archivists said that almos... . FILE - In this June 20, 2015 file photo, a woman walks past prayer candles left in front of the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., several days after nine people were shot and killed during a Bible study.


  • Thursday Nov 12 | via 

    How Do You Forgive a Murder?

    On the night of June 17, a gunman opened fire in a church basement in Charleston. Nine people died.


  • Wednesday Nov 11 | via WCTI 

    Former local Rep. Tim Valentine dies at 89

    Former U.S. Rep. Tim Valentine of Nashville has died at age 89. Sherry Peace with Wheeler and Woodlief Funeral Home in Rocky Mount said Valentine died Tuesday. The Democrat served in the U.S. House from 1983 to 1995, representing what was then the Second Congressional District that included parts of the Raleigh-Durham area.


  • Wednesday Nov 11 | via 

    Former North Carolina Congressman Tim Valentine Dies...

    The Democrat served in the House from 1983 to 1995, representing what was then the 2nd Congressional District. It included parts of the Raleigh-Durham area.


  • Wednesday Nov 11 | via Norwalk Citizen News 

    Former US Rep. Tim Valentine of North Carolina dies ...

    Former U.S. Rep. Tim Valentine of Nashville, who also served as a state legislator, has died at the age of 89. "When you grow up in the same neighborhood, you get to learn the real character of people," Attorney General Roy Cooper , who grew up two blocks from Valentine in Nashville, told the Rocky Mount Telegram. "His quick wit was legendary, and he had a way to add humor even in the toughest of times.


  • Tuesday Nov 10 | via The Summerville Journal-Scene 

    Bridgette Leigh Collins

    A service will be held Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 1 o'clock at Parks Chapel. A visitation will be from 11 o'clock until time of service at Parks Funeral Home.


  • Sunday Nov 8 | via Martinsville Bulletin 

    Scott, Edith Belle McGhee

    Edith Belle McGhee Scott died on Friday, November 6, 2015 at the age of 92 at the Cedarfield Retirement Community.