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Bessie Kizer Ackerman, 99, of Orangeburg, S.C., formerly of Moncks Corner, S.C., a former assistant manager at the Moncks Corner Pharmacy, died March 29. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.

ACKERMAN, DeWITT WATSON
DOB: 14 Feb 1937; Age: 65 years
POB: Williamsburg, SC
Father: E. Watson Ackerman (deceased)
Mother: Lucille Martin Ackerman (deceased)
Education: Williamsburg School System
Occupations: Georgetown Steel Corp, crane operator, utility department
Religion: North Hampton Baptist Church
DOD: 10 December 2002, Tuesday
POD: McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, SC
Predeceased:
Brother: Robert A. Ackerman
Survivors:
Wife: Barbara S. Ackerman
Daughter: Dee Powell of North Summerton
Brothers: E. B. Ackerman of Andrews, Williamsburg, SC
Joe H. Ackerman of Gastonia, NC
Sisters: Argerine A. Blakely of Georgetown, SC
Delloris A. Hill of Columbia, SC
Diane A. Mills of Kings Mt., NC
One grandson and one great granddaughter
Services: Visitation at his residence at 114 Quincy Place, Georgetown, SC.
Viewing, 13 December 2002, Friday, at the North Hampton Baptist Church.
Burial: 13 December 2002, Andrews Memorial Cemetery,
Georgetown Chapel of McKenzie Funeral Home.
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 12 December 2002, Thursday.]

ACREE, EARL, JR.
Residence: Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC
Predeceased:
First wife of forty years: Margaret Semonick Acree
Sons: Ronald J. Acree, and Earl Troy Acree, III
Survivors:
Second wife: Margaret Steedly Whisenhunt Acree
Sons: David M. Acree of Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC
Richard A. Acree and wife Diane of Nashville, TN
Sister: Peggy West of Redding, CA
8 Grandchildren
2 Great-grandchildren
Stepson: Randall Whisenhunt of North Charleston, SC
Stepdaughters: Debra W. Heyward of Summerville, SC, and Joy W. Segars of North Charleston, SC
Services: Monday, 28 Oct 2002, Deer Park Baptist Church, North Charleston, SC;
interment in Carolina Memorial Park.
Funeral home: J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Greenridge Road Chapel
[Source: Post and Courier Newspaper, Tuesday, 29 Oct 2002.]

ADAMS, BILLY DEAN
DOB: 22 October 1934
POB: Ozark, AL
Father: Clifton Adams (deceased)
Mother: Eloise Dean Adams of Summerville, SC
Spouse: Mary Myers Adams
Education: Graduate of Summerville High School
Military: US Navy Reserves
Occupation: Owner & operator of Adams Electric Service for 40 years
Religion: Protestant
DOD: 28 Oct 2002
POD: North Charleston Hospital
Surviving:
Mother
Wife
Son: Mark K. Adams of Myrtle Beach, SC
Sister: Joan A. Simmons of North Charleston, SC
Brother: Thomas (Jennye) Adams of Summerville, SC
Services: 30 Oct 2002, Wednesday James A. Dyal Funeral Home Chapel Summerville, SC
Burial: Summerville Cemetery
[Source: Post & Courier Newspaper, 29 Oct 2002, Tuesday.]

ADKINS, TAMMY LYNN
DOB: 21 April 1964; Age: 38 years
POB: Ft. Pierce, FL
Father: Martin J. Hacker (died on 2 Nov 2001)
DOD: 24 Nov 2002, Sunday (died suddenly)
Survivors:
Mother: Hazel N. Hacker of Goose Creek, Berkeley, SC
Spouse: Michael T. Adkins of Summerville, SC
Daughter Tiffany Nichole Adkins
Sons: Michael T. Adkins, Jr.
Brandon Scott Adkins both of Summerville, SC
Granddaughter: Alexis Elaine Adkins
Sister: Kelly J. Lovette
Nephews: Cameron & Seth Lovette all of Goose Creek, SC
Services: 27 Nov 2002, Wednesday, First Baptist Church of Goose Creek, 141 St. James Ave.
Burial: will follow at Plantation Memorial Gardens, Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC
Mcalister-Smith Funeral Home
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 27 Nov 2002, Wednesday.]

AIKEN, JAMES ABRAHAM
Residence: 1215 Williams Lane, Goose Creek, Berkeley, SC
DOD: 13 Nov 2002, Wednesday
Brother: Mr. Steven Aiken
Sister: Mrs. Louise Aiken Brown
North Area Funeral Home.
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 16 Nov 2002, Saturday.]

AIKEN, SAMUEL EDWARD
Residence: Lincolnville, SC
DOD: 19 Nov 2002, Tuesday
Spouse: Stella M. Aiken
Children: Ms Rosalee Myers, Mrs. Shirley Jenkins, Mrs. Rochelle Green
Mr. Tyrone Aiken, Mrs. Lorraine Huger, Mr. Rudy Aiken
Services: Albert A. Glover Funeral Home 113 Bryan St. Summerville, SC. [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 20 Nov 2002, Wednesday.]

CPO Walter Alexander Akers Jr., US Navy Ret., 75, of Moncks Corner, S.C., died March 28. Arrangements by Dial-Murray Funeral Home.

ALSTON, ISAIAH
Predeceased:
Spouse: Annie Mae Miller Alston (deceased)
Son: Nathaniel L. Alson of Columbia, SC
Sister: Earnestine Gable
Children: Lydia Elnora Jenkins, Charleston, SC
Thomasena Watkins, Harrisburg, PA
Felicia Alston, Charleston, SC
Sisters: Mildred Brooks & husband Rev. Nathaniel of Charleston, SC
Mary L. Gasden, Pineville, SC
Irene Butler of New York
Brothers: Leroy (Sadie) Bolger of Pineville, SC
Morris L. (Gloria) Washington of Pineville, SC
Isaac (Debbie) Washington of Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC
Brother-in-law: Deacon John T. (Ida) Miller of Beaufort, SC
Grandchildren, nieces & nephews
DOD: not given
Services: 31 Oct 2002, Thursday, St. Peters A. M. E. Church N. Charleston, SC
Interment: St. Peters Church Cemetery
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 30 Oct 2002, Wednesday.]

AMAKER, JOHN E.
DOD: Wednesday, 1 January 2003
Residence: Goose Creek, Berkeley Co., SC
Wife: Lois Wannamaker Amaker
Funeral Home: J. Henry Stuhr Inc. Greenridge Road Chapel.
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, Thursday, 2 Jan 2003.]

Walter G. Anderson


ANGELO, MARIE SCHATTNER
DOB: 26 November 1926, Buffalo, NY
Age: 76 years
Parents: John & Irene Reiter (both dec’d)
Residence: Ladson, SC
Occupation: Restaurant worker, retired
Religion: St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, member
DOD: Friday, 14 February 2003, at a Charleston, SC hospital
Survivors:
Daughter-in-law: Judy Schattner of Ladson, SC
Granddaughter: Katherine Klaiber of Summerville, SC
Great-grandsons: Sean Klaiber, Robert Klaiber, Jr.,
and Trevor Klaiber, all of Summerville, SC
Predeceased:
Son: Kevin L. Schattner, Sr.
Grandson: Kevin Schattner, Jr.
Services: Tuesday, 21 February 2003, cryptside at Summerville Cemetery Mausoleum
Funeral Home: Parks Funeral Home, Summerville, SC
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, Friday, 17 February 2003.]

ARRIOLO, JOHN GRANDY
DOB: 3 April 1941, Moncks Corner, Berkeley Co., SC
Age: 61 years
Parents, Niceto A. Arriola & Louise “Liz” Huff Arriola Branham
Residence: Goose Creek, Berkeley Co., SC
Occupation: Naval Shipyard, rigger, retired
Education: Berkeley High School, graduate
Hobbies: Fisherman, hunter
Religion: First Church of God, Summerville, SC
Military: Air Force veteran
DOD: Saturday, 1 February 2003, in a North Charleston hospital
Survivors:
Wife: Debra Kasell Arriolo
Daughters: Romana A. Caddell of Summerville, SC; Tammi F. Arriolo of Ridgeville, SC
Sons: Gabriel G. Arriolo of Goose Creek, Berkeley Co., SC; Jason T. Arriolo of Summerville, SC
Sister: Manila A. Daubs of Moncks Corner, Berkeley Co., SC
Brother: Jim Arriola of Moncks Corner, SC
Grandchildren: Jillian Arriolo, Brittany Caddell, Jeff Caddell, Jason Caddell, and Joey Caddell
Great-grandchildren: Destiny Caddell & Tristan Caddell
Services: Tuesday, 4 February 2003, in the Chapel of Dial-Murray Funeral Home Moncks Corner, SC
Interment: will follow in Williams Cemetery
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, Monday, 3 February 2003 7 Tues. 4 Feb 2003.]

AULD, JOSEPH S. “Brookie”, JR.
DOB: 24 Mar 1933, Pinopolis, Berkeley, SC
Father: Joseph S. Auld
Mother: Marguerite M. Auld
Religion: Christ Episcopal Church
Military: US Army-veteran
Occupation: Cel Oil Company, retired
DOD: 7 Nov 2002, Thursday
Surviving:
Wife: Ouida Auld of Mt. Pleasant, SC
Children: Lyn Carlson of Goose Creek, Berkeley, SC
Pam Medlin of Ladson, SC Cindy Lindsley of Mt. Pleasant, SC
Frances O’Neill of Mt. Pleasant, SC Angie Conner of Bonneau, SC
Joseph S. Auld, III of Mt. Pleasant, SC
Grandchildren: ten
Great-grandchildren: eight
Brother: John M. Auld
Sisters: Judith Byrd & Beth Auld both of Mt. Pleasant, SC
Services: 10 Nov 2002, Sunday in Christ Episcopal Church (Historical Church)
Burial: will follow in Christ Episcopal Churchyard
J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Funeral Home
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 9 Nov 2002, Saturday.]

Iris Hill Austin, 86, of Lebanon, S.C., died June 7, 2006, in a Summerville hospital. The funeral was held in the Chapel of Dial-Murray Funeral Home, Moncks Corner.

Mrs. Jane M. AYERS was born March 20, 1842, and died in peace March 14th, 1883. She was the daughter of Solomon K. and Catharine Jones, of Orangeburg District, S. C. Her first marriage was to Frederick Shuler, in 1860; her second, to Dr. E. N. Ayers, in 1865. Sister Ayers joined the Methodist Church and professed conversion in early life, and has since exemplified, in her walk and conversation, the doctrine of Christ, her Savior. It has been my privilege to be acquainted with Dr. Ayers and his excellent family for several years, having had them twice under my pastoral care, and it is to me a mournful pleasure to bear testimony to the consistent Christian character of our deceased sister. For her death had no terrors. With calmness and Christian fortitude she bore her protracted illness to the last, saying frequently that she did not expect to live longer. Our sister has died, but thank God, 'she died well' ('quoted' phrase in italics). Her remains repose at Bethlehem Church, Edisto circuit. May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ sustain the bereaved husband and children whom she has left behind. G. H. POOSER. [Source: “MRS. JANE M. AYERS OBITUARY NOTICE in THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE,” Issue of 7 April 1883, repository: Wofford College, Sandor Teszler Library, 429 N. Church St., Spartanburg, SC 29303-3663, www.wofford.edu/sandorteszlerlibrary, July 2002, OBIT -- COURTESY LINDA AYERS SAVAGE, by way of Sandra Ayers Reed.

Dr. Elvin N. AYERS was born January 26, 1826, and died at his home in Berkeley County, S. C., June 8, 1891. He was a member of the Methodist Church many years. He was a man of steady habits, a good citizen, a devoted husband and father. His last illness was very short, only about thirty minutes. When he felt the attack, he called his family, told them he had an attack of heart disease, prayed with them, and died in a few minutes. He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn their loss." Source ----From THE SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, Issue of 9 July 1891; repository: Wofford College, Sandor Teszler Library, 429 N. Church St., Spartanburg, SC 29303-3663 www.wofford.edu/sandorteszlerlibrary 19 Jun 2002.



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