Thursday, July 18, 2013
Sylvia Brown of Georgetown died on Monday, July 15, 2013 at the Medical University of South Carolina Hospital in Charleston, S.C. Memorial services will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday July 19, 2013 at Wilds Courtyard Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Willie Bell Thomas.
Mrs. Brown was born on December 5, 1950 a daughter of Benjamin Thomas Sr. and Rosa Bell Smalls (both deceased).
Surviving are her husband, Bobby Brown of Georgetown; her children, Tywaun Thomas and Antonio Thomas, both of Georgetown, Latiece James of Summerville, S.C., Sanja Fraiser and Kunteshia Thomas, both of Charleston; three brothers, Nathaniel Thomas and David Thomas, both of Georgetown, and Benjamin Thomas Jr. of Columbia, S.C.; and one sister, Gwendolyn Carson of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Rosalind Casteel Peacock, 69, of Georgetown died July 17, 2013, at the Medical University of S.C. Hospital in Charleston.
Mrs. Peacock was born on August 16, 1943, a daughter of the late Walter Pete Casteel and Irma Jo Cox Casteel.
She grew up in Thomaston, Ga. and graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. Mrs. Peacock retired from Rogers and Brown Custom House Brokers.
She was very creative in glass engraving.
Mrs. Peacock had a great love of the water, boats and fishing. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and best friend.
Surviving are her husband, James W. Peacock Jr. of Georgetown; a son, Alan Peacock of Monroe, N.C.; a daughter, Christie Middleton (Mike) of Charlotte, N.C.; a sister, Sharon Braddy (Earnest) of Manchester, Ga.; and five grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, July 20, 2013 in the Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home.
Officiating will be the Rev. Keith Wall.
A reception will follow at Belle Isle Yacht Club.
Sign a guestbook at www.mayerfuneralhome.com.
The family suggests memorials to St. Frances Animal Center, 125 N. Ridge Road, Georgetown, SC 29440.
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