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PAGE, MINNIE BELL PATRICK DOB: 1 June 1924 POB: Citronelle, AL Alias: Aunt Minnie Bell, Granny,Miss Min, & Aunt Patty Spouse: Paul Frank Page “PawPaw” (deceased Oct 1994) of 50 years Traits: Very hospitable and always opened her heart and home to all Religion: Deer Park Baptist, sang in choir DOD: 22 Nov 2002 POD: Asheville, NC Survivors: Daughter: Paula Page Lusk Son: Capt. Jack W. (Melinda) Page, USNR (Ret.) Frank J. (Rin) Page Grandchildren: David Lusk, Christy Lusk, Jonathan (Sarah) Lusk (c/o Paula) Ryan Page, Reid Page (c/o Jack & Melinda) Trisha, Lisa, Rachel, Jake, Tanner (c/o Frank & Rin) Services: 25 Nov 2002, Monday, Deer Park Baptist Church Burial: will follow in Carolina Memorial Park Carolina Memorial Funeral Home [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 23 Nov 2002, Saturday.]

PARKER, REV. JESSE D. DOB: 7 November 1928; Age: 74 years POB: Vardaman, MS Father: John Stanley (deceased) Mother: Dottie Parker (deceased) Occupation: Reverend in the Church of the Nazarene, MS & SC, for 33 years, retired Religion: Moncks Corner Church of the Nazarene Predeceased: Brothers: Rex Parker & Jerrill Parker Sister: Monet Orr Grandson: Roger Parker, Jr. DOD: 29 December 2002, Sunday POD: Life Center of Charleston, SC Survivors: Spouse: Martha Nabors-Parker of Bonneau, Berkeley, SC Sons: Roger K. Parker, Sr. of Charleston, SC Dr. Stan N. Parker of Mt. Pleasasnt, SC Grandchildren: April McDougall of Charleston, SC Shannon Kugley of Charleston, SC Scott Parker of Charleston, SC Keith Parker of Charleston, SC Ryan Parker of Mt. Pleasant, SC Great-grandchildren: 3 Sisters: Elaine Vanlandingham, Bernice Hood, Velala Langford all of Calhoun, MS Services: 31 December 2002, Tuesday, in Carolina Memorial Funeral Home Chapel, 7113 Rivers Ave. N. Charleston, SC Burial: will follow at Carolina Memorial Park [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 30 December 2002, Monday.]

PARKER, HATTIE BARFIELD POB: Florence, SC Age: 88 years Father: Patrick A. Barfield Mother: Minnie Barfield Occupation: Kingstree Manufacturing, retired Predeceased: Husband: Havey Parker Daughters: Earline Wise Christine Wrenn DOD: 23 December 2002, Monday POD: Kingstree Hospital, Williamsburg, SC Survivors: Daughters: Elise P. Tisdale of Kingstree, SC Faye P. Borres of Orange, TX Grandchildren: 9 Great-grandchildren: 10 Great-great-grandchildren: 2 Services: 24 December 2002, Tuesday graveside in Williamsburg Cemetery, directed by Williamsburg Funeral Home. [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 24 December 2002, Tuesday.]

Pascua, Carole DOB: 13 Sep 1938 POB: Georgetown, SC Father: Roy Bell Harrelson, Sr. Mother: Ruth Sisson Harrelson Education: Graduate of Winyah High School Winthrop University; Masters degree in Early Childhood Ed. Occupation: Teacher of Early Childhood Education and worked in school admin Principal at Andrews Primary School and many more positions Religion: Georgetown Presbyterian Church Volunteer Work: Leukemia Society of America & American Cancer Society Surviving: Son: Russell G. Pascua of Garden City Beach Brother: Roy B. “Ted” Harrelson of Georgetown, SC Sisters: Janette H. Martin of Surfside Beach Mary Jane H. Dingle of Bakersville, NC DOD: 2 Nov 2002, Saturday POD: Georgetown Memorial Hospital Services: 4 Nov 2002, Monday at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Burial: will follow, Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens, Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home [Source: Post & Courier Newspaper, 3 Nov 2002, Sunday.]

PATTERSON, AMANDA Residence: 104 Butler St., Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC DOD: Saturday, 2 Nov 2002 Survivors: Daughter: Miss Tammeka Paterson Mother: Mrs. Selma Paterson Sister: Mrs. Denise Mosley Brother: Mr. Adrian Patterson Nieces and nephews Services: Saturday, 9 Nov 2002, Memorial Service; Fielding Home For Funerals, 2704 Meeting St. Charleston, SC. [Source: Post and Courier Newspaper, Friday, 8 Nov 2002.]

PAYNE, WILLIE DOD: Nov 2002 Residence: Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC Survivors: Wife: Mrs. Everlina Richardson Payne of Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC Daughters: Virginia Payne of Philadelphia, PA; Janie Dean of Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC Sons: Ralphie; Paul; Michael; David; Willie; and David Payne all of Philadelphia, PA Freddie and Charles Payne of Moncks Corner, SC Services: Friday, 15 Nov 2002, Gethers Funeral Home Chapel 200 Grace St. Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC Interment, Old Nazareth Cemetery, Pinopolis, SC [Source: Post and Courier Newspaper, Thursday, 14 Nov 2002.]

Willie James "Bill" Peagler, 85, of Cross, SC, a retired Security Guard with the Hanahan Water Plant, died Aug. 21, 2006, at his residence. The funeral was held 11 a.m. Aug. 24 in the Chapel of Dial-Murray Funeral Home, Moncks Corner. Bob Robertson, Rev. Dwayne Sweatman, and Chaplin Jerry Styles officiated. Interment followed in the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Cemetery, Cross. Mr. Peagler was born on Sept. 3, 1920, in Cross, a son of Willie Washington Peagler and Ocie Mizell Peagler. He was a member of the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church and was an Army Air Force veteran of W.W. II. Mr. Peagler enjoyed restoring old cars and tending to his vegetable garden. He was a wonderful husband for 64 years and a loving father. Surviving are his wife, Ronell Clark Peagler; two daughters, Ann Bell and Josephine Peagler Browning both of Cross; two sons, Willie James Peagler, Jr. of Moncks Corner and Larry Woodrow Peagler, Sr. and his wife, Debra, of Summerville; three sisters, Thelma Myers of Summerville, Ellen Owens of Tucson, Ariz., and Judy Coker of Atlanta, Ga.; nine grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. Pallbearers were David Bell, Jr., Dan Bell, Don Bell, Dean Bell, Jimmy Peagler, III, and Larry Woodrow Peagler, Jr.

PENNINGTON, DAREL BALLARD “UNCLE BUCK” DOB: 31 Dec 1942; Age: 59 years POB: Pennington Gap, Virginia Father: Ersa Pennington (deceased) Mother: Arnette Stewart Pennington (deceased) Education: Pennington High School in VA Military: US Marine Corps, Vietnam veteran Occupation: J. W. Aluminum-retired Organizations: Shriner, Lodges #369, & #82 Religion: Baptist DOD: 25 Nov 2002, Monday POD: Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC (his residence) Survivors: Wife: Jean Pennington of Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC Daughter: Sheila (Jeff) Martin of Moncks Corner Son: Damon (Delaina) Pennington of Moncks Corner Grandsons: Brent Pennington, Bradley Martin, Corey Martin, Kent Pennington all of Moncks Corner Sisters: Guila Jones of Clinton, NC Von Fields of Clinton, NC Services & Burial: 27 Nov 2002, graveside at Plantation Memorial Gardens with Marine Corps Honors and Masonic Rites. James A. Dyal Funeral Home, 303 South Main St., Summerville, SC [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 27 Nov 2002, Wednesday.]

PERDUE, ELIZABETH “BETTY” C. DOB: 12 July 1928, in Hickory, NC Age: 74 years Parents: Bernard Council Cannon, Sr. (dec’d) & Lucy Edmisten Cannon (dec’d) Residence: Hanahan, Berkeley Co., SC Occupation: MUSC Hospital, Procurement for many years DOD: 28 January 2003 at her daughter’s home Survivors: Daughters: Victoria (Dennis) Brown of Moncks Corner, Berkeley Co., SC and Karen (Gene) St. Marie of Charleston, SC Son: Ed (Brenda) Perdue of Waxhaw, NC Grandchildren: five grandsons; and three granddaughters Sisters: Lillian Ennis of Hickory, NC, Nancy Lentz of Tampa, FL Brothers: Tommy Cannon of Myrtle Beach, SC and Him Cannon of Belmont, NC Special Friends: James & Janice Davis, Edna Grant, and many nieces and nephews Predeceased: Sisters: Irene Fisher, Peggy Parks, Mickey Propst Brother: B.C. Cannon, Jr. Services: Friday, 31 Jan 2003 at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home, 7113 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC Entombment: will follow service at Carolina Memorial Park [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, Thursday, 30 Jan 2003]

PETTISS, EDMUND BINES DOB: 19 June 1920; Age 82 years POB: Collinston, LA Father: Jerry Dickson Pettiss (deceased) Mother: Mary Ida Vaughan Pettiss (deceased) Military: US Army Corps in World War II Occupation: International Paper Co., retired after 35 years Started as Mill hand and worked up to Vice President. Residence: Lived first in Huntington, NY and moved to the Black River in Georgetown, SC over twenty years ago DOD: 9 December 2002, Monday POD: Residence, Georgetown, SC Predeceased: Wife: Joyce Survivors: Sons: Jack Pettiss of Parkersburg, W. VA Edmund Pettiss Jr. of Malvern, PA Jerry Pettiss of Vicksburg, MS Daughter: Lindalee Kaminski of Sarasota, FL Brother: Walter Pettiss of Jacksonville, FL Sisters: Mary Klingner of Roswell, GA Eugenia Hilliard of Decatur, GA Grandchildren: 6 Great-grandchildren: 3 Services: 13 December 2002, Friday, Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home, Rev. Dr. J. Ben Sloan Burial: Unknown [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 13 December 2002, Friday.]

Sergeant John Paul Phillips, United States Marine Corps, 29, of St. Stephen, SC, an explosive ordinance disposal technician, died Aug. 16, 2006, in a Texas hospital. The funeral was held 11:00 a.m. Aug. 26 in the Russellville Christian Church. Dr. Gene Moorehouse, Sgt. Mark Vera, Sgt. Mike Chapman, and C.T. Meree officiated. Interment followed in Sunset Memorial Cemetery, St. Stephen, with full military honors. Dial-Murray Funeral Home, Moncks Corner, in charge of arrangements. Sgt. Phillips was born Sept. 12, 1976, in Kingstree, SC, a son of William Allen Phillips, Sr., and Linda Barrs Phillips. He was a graduate of Macedonia High School and a member of the Russellville Christian Church. Sgt. Phillips served two tours of duty in during Operation Iraqi Freedom and was a recipient of the Purple Heart. He was preceded in death by a brother, William A. Phillips, Jr. Surviving are, his wife, Stephanie Naert Phillips; his parents of St. Stephen; a brother, Christopher Michael Phillips of St. Stephen; two nieces, Ginny Evelyn Phillips and Loren Nichole Phillips; and two nephews, Nathaniel Pierce Phillips and Alexavier Edward Vera. Pallbearers were Sgt. M. Vera, Sgt. M. Champan, MGy. Sgt. M. L. Todd, S. Sgt. D. P. Frawley, S. Sgt. B. J. McInerney, and Sgt. J. M. Reyes. Honorary pallbearers were C.T. Meree, Paul Meree, Clay Johnson, Richard Treat, Blease Faulkner, Chris Phillips, and the United States Marine Corp.

PHILLIPS, Mr. MARVIN URLMAN Residence: Beaver Dam Road, Bonneau, Berkeley, SC Occupation: Retired Superintendent with Banks Construction Company DOD: Wednesday, 13 Nov 2002, Charleston Hospital Services: Friday, 15 Nov 2002, Bethany Pentecostal Holiness Church. Interment will be in Johnson Cemetery Beaver Dam. Dial-Murray Funeral Home Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC [Source: Post and Courier Newspaper, Thursday, 14 Nov 2002.]

PIPKIN, CAMMIE PEAGLER DOB: 17 July 1914; Age: 88 years POB: St. Stephen, Berkeley, SC Father: Harmon Peagler (deceased) Mother: Hallie McMakin Peagler (deceased) Religion: Mt. Calvary Pentecostal Holiness Church Predeceased: Spouse: Roosevelt Cales Spouse: Mackie Pipkin Daughter: Hildra Floyd Son: Calvin Cales DOD: 4 December 2002, Wednesday POD: Manning Hospital Survivors: Son: Harmon (wife: Carolyn) Cales of Douglas, GA Daughter-in-law: Audrey Cales of Jamestown, SC Brother: Cleo Peagler of Sumter, SC Sister: Iona Capper of CA Sisters-in-laws: Grace Cales of Jamestown, SC Pearlie Mitchum of Cross, SC Grandchildren: 11 Great-grandchildren: 16 Services: 7 December 2002, Saturday, graveside in Sunset Memorials Cemetery, St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC. Dial-Murray Funeral Home Moncks Corner, Berkeley, SC [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 6 December 2002, Friday.]

PIPKIN, CORINE PARKER DOB: 13 November 1921; Age: 81 years POB: Bonneau, Berkeley, SC Father: George W. Parker, Sr. Mother: Nita Judy Parker Religion: Methodist, Sunday School teacher DOD: 14 December 2002, Saturday POD: residence, Jamestown, Berkeley, SC Survivors: Spouse: James W. Pipkin of Jamestown, Berkeley, SC Son: Roy P. (wife: Chris) Pipkin of Jamestown, Berkeley, SC Daughter: Jimmie K. (husband: Mark) Murray of Jamestown, Berkeley, SC Sister: Mary Ellen Netherton of Rockerby, CA Brother: Godfrey L. Parker of Charleston, SC Grandchildren: Gregg Murray Alexandria Rogers Tonya Tolson Brian J. Pipkin Ashley R. Pipkin Great-grandchildren: Haley Tolson & Blake Rogers Services: 17 December 2002, St. James United Methodist Church Burial: church cemetery, Russell Funeral Chapel [Sources: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 16 December 2002, Monday.]

Estella M. Podgers, 55, of Moncks Corner, died April 28, 2006, after a lengthy illness. She was the wife of David G. Podgers. Arrangements were made through Palmetto Cremation Society.

POPE, ELMIRA BARNHILL DOB:23 Dec 1915; Age: 86 years POB: Georgetown, SC Father: Dudley Joseph Barnhill (deceased) Mother: Sarah Clara Bullard Barnhill (deceased) Education: Old Union High School, graduated in 1934 Residences: Hemingway, SC, Sampit, Georgetown, SC Occupation: SC Forestry Commission , Sampit Firetower Operator for 25 years retired 1978 Religion: Sampit United Methodist Church United Methodist Women Spouse: Theron Kermit Pope (deceased) DOD: 4 Nov 2002, Monday POD: Georgetown, SC Surviving: Sons: Wendell B. (Beulah) Pope of Columbia, SC Gerald T. (Betty) Pope of Asheville, NC Rupert B. (Janet) Pope of Georgetown, SC Phillip R. (Bingham) Pope of Knoxville, TN Daughters: Clara P. Casselman & husband Lee of Nebo, NC Vergie P. Howard of Georgetown, SC Sister-in-laws: Dottie A. Barnhill, & Irene R. Barnhill Grandchildren: seventeen Great-grandchildren: thirteen Services: 7 Nov 2002, Thursday, Sampit United Methodist Church Burial: will follow in Sampit United Methodist Cemetery Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 6 Nov 2002, Wednesday.]

POWELL, HOWARD M. Father: Mr. Paul Powell (deceased) Mother: Mrs. Gladys P. Fludd Residence: 1032 Charity Church Road, Huger, SC DOD: 1 December 2002, Sunday Predeceased: Brother: Mr. Paul Jerome Powell Survivors: Spouse: Mrs. Linda J. Powell Daughter: Mrs. Gale P. (husband: Maurice) Simmons Ms Oveila M. Powell Ms. Nedra L. Powell Sons: Mr. Howard C. Powell Mr. Andre Powell Brother: Mr. George Powell Mr. Santell (wife: Sheila) Powell Sister: Mrs. Deborah P. (husband: Franklin) Anderson Mother-in-law: Mrs. Gloria Ravenel Services: to be announced by W. M. Smith-McNeal Funeral Home Inc. 4129 Hwy. 17 North, Awendaw, SC [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 2 December 2002, Monday.]

PRIOLEAU, CHRISTOPHER SR. DOD: none Spouse: Mrs. Paulien G. Prioleau of St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC Son: Mr. Christopher Prioleau, Jr. of St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC Mr. Kenneth Ron Prioleau of Bluffton, SC Daughter: Mrs. Emily P. Drayton Mrs. Patricia Prioleau Ms Jacquelyn Prioleau all of St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC Mrs. Mavis P. Wyre of Jacksonville, FL Mrs. Mary Ann P. Waring of Bronx, NY Ms Mary lee Prioleau of Bronx, NY Brother: Mr. Julius Prioleau of St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC Mr. Carroll Prioleau of St. Stephens, Berkeley, SC Sister: Mrs. Annie Lee P. Williams of Pineville, Berkeley, SC Services: 6 December 2002, Friday, at Day Dawn Baptist Church, Pineville, Berkeley, SC Interment: New Richmond Cemetery, directed by Scott’s Mortuary. [Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 5 December 2002, Thursday.]

PRIOLEAU, ETHEL G. Age: 92 years Residence: Goose Creek, Berkeley, SC Survivors: Daughter: Anette (husband: Zeno) Smith Step-daughter: Bertha Prioleau Spann Sisters: Florence Barnett & Earnestine Rivers of Goose Creek, Berkeley, SC and many others Services: 19 December 2002, Thursday, at trinity Missionary Baptist Church Burial: will follow in church cemetery, The Ministry of Rivers Funeral Home. [Source: Post & Courier Newspaper, 18 December 2002, Wednesday.]

Lieutenant Perry Alexander Proudfoot, Jr., US Navy, Ret., 79, of Goose Creek, SC, died Monday morning in a North Charleston hospital. The funeral will be 2:00 PM Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 27, 2006, in the St. Timothy Lutheran Church, Goose Creek. Friends may call at DIAL-MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, MONCKS CORNER, from 5:00 until 7:00 PM this Tuesday evening. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to the National Parkinson Foundation, Director of Development, 1501 NW 9th Ave., Miami, FL 33136. Mr. Proudfoot was born Sept. 17, 1927, in Roselle, NJ, a son of Perry Alexander Proudfoot, Sr., and Caroline Teller Ackert Proudfoot. He was a retired accountant for General Motors and a Navy veteran of W.W. II and the Korean Conflict. He attended Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Orchard Lake, Michigan, and was a member of the American Legion and the VFW. Mr. Proudfoot was formerly married to the late Marie Schumacher Proudfoot and was preceded in death by a sister, Helen P. Bishop. Surviving are, his wife, Eva D’Alonzo Proudfoot; three daughters, Kathryn P. Littleton, Marie M. Proudfoot, and Carol L. Proudfoot all of Goose Creek; a son, William P. Proudfoot of N. Charleston; a sister, Sally P. Meland of New Castle, Colorado; and two grandchildren, Nicole Littleton and Jarritt P. Proudfoot.



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