Joseph Hubbell, Jr.
MATTHEWS, N.C. — Joseph Crawford Hubbell, Jr. passed away on October 23, 2004 at Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, NC after a brief illness. He was born November 11, 1922 in Blakeley, GA, son of the late Joseph Crawford Hubbell and Clara Stehle Hubbell. Mr. Hubbell was of the Baptist faith, a graduate of Harding High School and a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard having served his country during World War II aboard a sub chaser in the Caribbean. Mr. Hubbell attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and graduated in 1950 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, summa cum laude with degrees in Chemistry and Bacteriology. He worked at Duke University, The City of Charlotte and Froehling and Robertson. He began as Laboratory Manager with Chem-Bac Laboratories and later became owner of the company. He worked at Chem-Bac Laboratories for forty-six years and worked up until his illness. In addition to his parents, Mr. Hubbell was preceded in death by his sister Margaret Hubbell Stafford and his beloved wife, Evelyn “Pete” Cofer Hubbell.
Mr. Hubbell is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Teresa Hubbell Mayes and William R. Mayes of Charlotte; sister, Betty Hubbell Hughes of Stallings, NC; brothers-in-law and their wives, Donald R. and Christine Cofer of Matthews, Benny C. and Xlyda Cofer of Tucson, AZ, and Ray M. and Becky Cofer of Mint Hill; three nephews and eight nieces; also by many great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 26, 2004 from the auditorium of Plantation Estates with Reverend Ray Kiely officiating. A reception will follow the memorial service in the auditorium lobby.
In lieu of flowers, memorial may be directed to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill or to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Arrangements by McEwen Funeral Service, Mint Hill Chapel.
COLUMBIA — Services with burial for Corrine S. Williams, 74, widow of Abraham Williams, 1 p.m. Wednesday at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church, Yemassee. Visitation is 7-8 tonight at Young Funeral Home, Yemassee. Born in Colleton Co. to Samuel and Rebecca Williams Smalls, she died Oct. 21, 2004. Surviving are daughter, Barbara Brown; siblings, Benny Smalls Sr., Rosa Wilson, Elizabeth Hamilton; grands; great-grandchildren.
BETHUNE — Funeral services for Mrs. LaVerne Jones Horton, 84, who died Sunday, October 24, 2004, will be held Wednesday October 27, 2004 at 2:00 PM in Timrod Baptist Church with Dr. Charles Rabon officiating. Entombment will follow in the family mausoleum in Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6:00-7:00 on Tuesday, October 26, 2004 from Baker Funeral Home.
Born August 27, 1920 in Bethune, she was the daughter of the late Nannie Ballard Estridge and Charles Earl Jones. She was a member of Timrod Baptist Church where she served faithfully as a Sunday School teacher and leader in WMU. She was a 1941 graduate of Winthrop College and taught school for 31 years.
She is survived by her husband Hazel Horton; a daughter, Sanna Carrico and husband David of Jefferson; sons, Lynwood and wife Sandy of Bethune; Carl and wife Rhonda of Bethune; granddaughters, Lauren and Dara Carrico, Carly and Chloe Horton, Nicole Hope and Karen Benfield; two grandsons Russell and Case Horton, and two great granddaughters Madison Hope and Kathryn DeVito.
The family suggest that memorial contributions be made to Timrod Baptist Church, 4227 Timrod Road, Bethune, S.C. 29009.
Baker Funeral Home is caring for the family of Mrs. Horton.
NORTH AUGUSTA — Funeral Mass for Rose Zucchelli Salter, 79, 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church; visitation 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Rowland Funeral Home; private burial. Born in Kittaning, Pa., she died Oct. 24, 2004. Surviving: husband, Bruce Salter; children, Mary Truemper, Sheila, Bruce, James, Randy, Mark, Michael Salter; siblings, Ron, Diana Zucchelli, Rena Fera; 13 grandchildren.
NEWBERRY — Services with burial for Larry Joe Anderson, 54, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Trinity AME Church. F.B. Pratt & Son Funeral Home is in charge. Born in Newberry Co. to Johnnie and Theresa Anderson, he died Oct. 22, 2004. Surviving are wife, Ruth Praylow Anderson; children, Nancy Gallman, Linda, Freddie Dominick; aunt, Bessie Young; 19 grands; 28 great-grands; nephew, Jim Chaplin.
SWANSEA — Mrs. Charlotte Robinson Bachman, of 1273 Old Swamp Rd., 64, died Monday, October 25, 2004. Mrs. Bachman died Monday at her residence.
Graveside services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday, October 27 in West End Cemetery with Rev. James McGee officiating. Dukes-Harley Funeral Home, Orangeburg, is in charge. Friends may call at the residence.
Guy Benjamin Jr.
EVANS, Ga. — Services for Guy F. Benjamin Jr., 83, Navy veteran, will be private. Rowland Funeral Home, North Augusta, S.C., is in charge. Born in Clinton, S.C., to Guy Sr. and Winnie Jeans Benjamin, he died Oct. 24, 2004. Surviving are wife, Rebecca McClain Benjamin; children, Dale McCulla, Guy III, Timothy, Thomas Benjamin; sisters, Jean Tornabene, Hilda Attride; grandchildren; great-grandchildren.
COLUMBIA — Services for Ben Caldwell will be held on Wednesday, October 27, 2004 at 12:00 noon at Ridgewood Missionary Baptist Church with burial at Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church in St. Matthews, S.C. Mr. Caldwell will be placed in the church at 11:00 a.m. Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 26 at 7 p.m. at Leevy’s Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel.
Surviving are his daughters, Gervine Harris Green and Edith C. Brown; his grandchildren, Gloria Myers-Beller, Maxine Tyler (Willie), Marcia Davis-Williams (Kelvin), Gary Speakes (Elizabeth), Brenda Caldwell, Bert Caldwell (Robin); great grandchildren, Nicole Davis, Brantley Myers, Melani Myers, Aaron Tyler, Ryan Speakes, Charnea Paris, and Julian Caldwell; devoted nieces and nephews and a cherished nephew, Frank Fogle. Preceding Mr. Caldwell in death are his wife, Albertha Caldwell and his son, Bernard Caldwell.
WHITMIRE — Services for Jessie Jeter Dixon, 80, widow of Robert Dixon, will be 4 p.m. Wednesday at Whitmire Presbyterian Church; burial: Union Memorial Gardens in Union. Visitation is 6-8 tonight at Gray Funeral Home. Born in Union Co. to Elbert Evans and Grace Rochester Jeter, she died Oct. 25, 2004. Surviving: daughter, Sally Shouse, stepchildren, John Dixon, Patricia Eads; 1 brother; 2 sisters; 3 grandchildren.
DARLINGTON — Pauline Howle Flowers of Darlington died October 24, 2004. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 27 at Black Creek Baptist Church with intermenty following in the church Cemetery, officiated by Reverends Randy Alan Woods, Sr. Rodger D. Martin and Dr. Olin Marsh Whitener, Jr. and directed by Belk Funeral Home.
Born in Darlington County, she was the daughter of the late Clifton Cleveland and Elizabeth Ray Gardner Howle. She was married for 59 years to the late Paul Timmons Flowers. She was a graduate of Dovesville Grammar School and St. John’s High School, and had attended Anderson College. She had retired as a clerk from the South Carolina Department of Health.
Mrs. Flowers was an active lifelong member of Black Creek Baptist Church. She was a member of and served on many organizations at the church, including the Smith Circle, the Ruth Davis Sunday School Class, and the church choir.
She was also active in many civic organizations in her community, including the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars since 1986 and served as president and vice-president. She was a volunteer at The Lord Cares Ministry where she held a board position and had been a volunteer at Southland Hospital. She was a member of the Darlington chapter of the D.A.V. for many years; also, the Railroad Retirement Club of CSX; Young at Heart; American Legion Auxiliary and Iris Garden Club.
Mrs. Flowers was widely known for her love of cooking and gardening, an ability she loved to share with others. Her life was dedicated to the service of God and man.
Surviving are her son and daughter-in-law, Paul Timmons Flowers Jr., and Brenda Flowers, of Andrews; two daughters, Linda Anne Flowers of Florence and Janice F. Griggs of Darlington; seven grandchildren, Paul Timmons (Megan) Flowers, III, Adrienne Brittany Flowers, Amber Sheh Owens, Winston Arbey Gainey, Francis Wayne Griggs, Jr., Barbara Elizabeth Griggs, Cameron Massabeau Griggs; one great-grandchild, Lynn Anne Flowers; two sisters, Virginia Howle Rhodes of Hartsville and Gladys Howle Blackmon of Dovesville; and two brothers, James Edward Howle and Clifton Cleveland Howle, Sr. both of Dovesville.
Serving as pallbearers are:, Clifton Cleveland Howle, Jr., Thomas Epaphraditus Howle, Willie James Howle, James Edward Howle, Frank McLeod Flowers, Jr., Marshall Wellington Flowers, Damon Stegar Flowers and George Wilson Kirven, and Wesley Franklin Woodard The family will receive friends Tuesday, 6 - 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorials are suggested to Black Creek Baptist Church, 137 Mont Clare Road, Darlington, SC 29532.
HAMPTON — Miss Stephany Galloway, 18, of Hampton died Sunday morning from injuries received in an automobile accident.
Born August 24, 1986 in Orangeburg, she was the daughter of Glenn S. Galloway and Sandra Morris Galloway. Stephany was a 2004 graduate of Wade Hampton High School where she was a member of the ROTC, the Red Guardsmen Marching Band and the Women’s Soccer Team. She had been a lifelong member of the Hampton Church of God and was active with the “One Way” Drama Team. She was presently a freshman at the University of South Carolina, Aiken Campus, where she planned to seek a degree in Early Childhood Education.
Surviving besides her parents of the home is one brothers: Steven Paul Galloway of the home; one sister: Ashley Galloway Garrick and husband Brad; maternal grandmother: Juanita Ritter and husband Roger of Walterboro; maternal grandfather: Hoyt Morris of Walterboro. She is also survived by her nephew, Rett and niece, Hannah as well as loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 PM in the Hampton Church of God, conducted by Rev. Kevin Byrd, Rev. Richard Saxon and Rev. Neal Nolan, and directed by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home of Hampton. Burial will follow in the Hampton Cemetery.
Friends may call at the chapel on Tuesday evening from 6 until 8 PM and prior to 1 PM on Wednesday when the casket will be placed in the church.
Memorials may be made to: Hampton Church of God, Drama Team, 1102 First St. West, Hampton, SC 29924.
COLUMBIA — Services for Mr. Allen Gray, 57, will be held 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Leevy’s Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel with burial in Lincoln Cemetery. Wake services will be held 6 p.m. this evening in the Leevy’s Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel. Surviving are his mother, Genover Gray; brothers, Willie, Sylvester, Robert, John, Sr., Bennie, and Lee Gray; sisters, Janie Rumph and Martha Gray.
Dr. John Hamrick
CHARLESTON — The Reverend Dr. John Asa Hamrick, 88, of Charleston died at his residence early Sunday morning, October 24, 2004. The friends and family of Dr. Hamrick are invited to attend his funeral service Wednesday, October 27, 2004 at twelve thirty PM in First Baptist Church, 48 Meeting St., Charleston. Friends may call from ten until twelve in the church. Interment will be private.
Dr. Hamrick was born January 17, 1916, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas Hamrick. Dr. Hamrick was Pastor Emeritus of First Baptist Church of Charleston and First Baptist Church School and founding president of the Charleston Southern University. He was a past president of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and a founder of the South Carolina Baptist Historical Society.
Dr. Hamrick is survived by his wife of 21 years, Jane Scarpa Ezell Hamrick; one son, John A. Hamrick, Jr. of Charleston, SC; two daughters, Carol Ezell-Gilson and her husband Tom of Charleston, SC, Mary Nance Ezell McDonough and her husband Terrence of Knoxville, TN; one son-in-law, Dr. John Hollingsworth of Greenwood, SC; eight grandchildren, Margaret Dana H. Marchant and her husband Rob of Charleston, SC, Dr. John Hollingsworth and his wife Lynn of Anderson, SC, Franklin Hollingsworth and his wife Mandy of Fountain Inn, SC, Sarah Hollingsworth Dunagan and her husband Stobie of Boone, NC, Nicholas, Ryan, Eleanor, and Nathan McConough all of Knoxville, TN; two brothers, Dr. Clarence Thomas Hamrick, Jr. and his wife Sunny and Dr. Fitzhugh Nicholson Hamrick and his wife Nancy Hart both of Charleston, SC, and eleven great-grandchildren. Dr. Hamrick was predeceased by one daughter, Margaret Clare (Peggy) Hamrick Hollingsworth and one sister, Marjorie Hamrick Borom.
Memorials may be made to Dr. John A. Hamrick Scholarship, First Baptist Church School, or Dr. John A. Hamrick Lectureship, 48 Meeting St., Charleston, SC 29401 or Charleston Southern University, Dr. John Asa Hamrick Endowed Scholarship, PO Box 118087, Charleston, SC 29423.
COLUMBIA — Graveside services for Deandre Hingleton, infant son of Phillip and Monica B. Hingleton, will be held 4 p.m. today at Lincoln Cemetery. Leevy’s Funeral Home, Taylor Street Chapel is in charge. Surviving are his parents; brothers, Phillip and Dominique; sisters, Brittney and Destiny; grandparents, Mae Williams, Gwendolyn Bostick, Phillip Hingleton and Reginald Carr.