Sunday, February 2, 2014
Noveline Ackerman Davis Cloaninger, 93, of Andrews, widow of James Manning Cloaninger and Blen Joe Davis, died Thursday, January 30, 2013, at her residence.
Mrs. Cloaninger was born in Andrews, a daughter of the late William Hinson Ackerman and Frances Mae Cox Ackerman. She grew up in the Earle community of Williamsburg Co. and graduated from Williamsburg High School. Mrs. Cloaninger received her associates degree in cosmetology, and owned and operated her own beauty shop for over 60 years. The last of nine brothers and sisters, she was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. Mrs. Cloaninger was a member of Lebanon United Methodist Church in Eastover.
Surviving are: a daughter, Joan Davis McDaniel (Landrum) of Johnsonville; a granddaughter, Kateland McDaniel of Johnsonville; and a number of nieces and nephews, including Jay Ackerman of Columbia, who was like a son to Mrs. Cloaninger.
Funeral services were held at two-thirty on Sunday afternoon, February 2, 2014, at Earle United Methodist Church. Officiating was the Rev. Bob Huggins and the Rev. Gray Adams. Burial followed at Harmony Cemetery.
The family received friends prior to the service on Sunday at the church from one until two o’clock.
Sign a guestbook at: www.mayerfuneralhome.com.
Memorials are suggested to: Earl United Methodist Church, 1697 U.S. Hwy. 521, Andrews , SC 29510.
The Andrews Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
John E. “Jack” Ferguson died peacefully in Georgetown, SC on January 19, 2014. Jack was born in Knoxville, TN on April 26, 1921 and spent most of his adult life in Wilmington, DE. Jack attended the University of Delaware then enlisted in the Naval Air Corps in 1942. He served aboard aircraft carrier CVE Shamrock Bay as Landing Signal Officer in the Pacific.
In 1943 Jack married the love of his life Merle Jeane Willis and was with her until she died in 2006. He served on the Vestry of the Church of The Ascension in Wilmington, DE then as Senior Warden for two years. In 1947 Jack joined the Lavino Shipping Company of Philadelphia, PA. He founded a Lavino Subsidiary, Shipside Packaging Co., and expanded it to four cities on the East Coast. Jack retired as Vice President of Lavino Shipping Company in 1981. Jack and Merle Jeane moved to Georgetown, SC in 1989. He enjoyed boating, fishing and golf.
Jack is survived by his two children, Sara (Andrei) Pashin and John (Cindy) Ferguson. He has three grandchildren, John Robert (Tina) Ferguson, Kelley Lynn (Jeff) Johnson and John Gregory Ferguson. He has seven grandchildren.
Jack will be buried at Lakeside Cemetery in Dover, DE next to his wife Merle Jeane. There will be graveside services for Jack on Saturday, February 15 at 11:30 a.m.
Graham Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. www.grahamfuneralhome.org.
Harold Harris Owen of Murrells Inlet, SC passed away on January 28, 2014. He was born in Omaha Nebraska on May 19, 1931. He graduated from Licking High School in Licking, Missouri and served as an Electronics Technician for the US Navy on the USS-LST 836 during the Korean War.
He is survived by his wife Arlene, his daughter and son-in-law Laura and Myles Gaythwaite, and his granddaughter Lindsay Cox. Harold enjoyed a long and successful career with Allied Chemical Corporation and later in life Prince George Co., Virginia. Over the years he was an avid boater, golfer, and dessert connoisseur. He was an active member of Wesley United Methodist Church, the Colonial Heights American Legion Post #284, and most recently a charter member of the South Strand Optimist Club in Pawleys Island, SC.
Haro1d’s life will be celebrated in a private ceremony held by the family.
Condolences may be made at: www.burroughsfh.com
To honor the memory of Harold and in lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to: Colonial Heights American Legion Post #284, P.0. Box 57, Colonial Heights, VA 23834.
The Burroughs Funeral Home of Murrells Inlet (843.651.1440) is in charge of arrangements.
Jimmie Faye Reed
Jimmie Faye Reed, age 62 of Stanton, Nebraska died Thursday, January 30, 2014 at Stanton Health Center in Stanton, Nebraska. She was born August 9, 1951 at Hemingway, South Carolina the daughter of Garland and Letha (Morris) Bouchette. She graduated from Williamsburg High School at Williamsburg County, South Carolina.
Jimmie Faye married Arthur Reed on April 7, 1976 at Little Star Pentecostal Church at Warsaw, South Carolina. The couple lived in Andrews, South Carolina. She worked at Williamsburg Manufacturing for a few years. Jimmie Faye worked as an adult caregiver and babysitter for many years. She worked as a cook at Tony’s pizza in Andrews, SC until 2008 when she became ill and retired. Jimmie Faye loved to cook, visiting and spending time with the elderly and doting over her grandchildren, mainly she enjoyed her family.
Surviving her is husband of 37 years, Arthur Reed of Stanton; three children Susie McConnell of Stanton; Artie and Bekki Reed of Stanton; William Reed of Stanton; four grandchildren; two brothers Thomas and Ann Bouchette of Myrtle Beach, SC; Estel and Margaret Bouchette of Warsaw, SC; and one sister Debra and Dean Tedder of Andrews, SC.
Jimmie Faye is preceded in death by her parents, and one sister Betty Bouchette.
Funeral Service Information:
Funeral services will be held at United Methodist Church in Stanton, NE on Tuesday February 4, 2014 – 10:30 a.m.
Interment will be in Bega Cemetery in rural Stanton.
Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday at Shultz-Vogel-Johnson Mortuary in Stanton, NE. Officiating will be Reverend Grace Gichuru.
Music: Organist: Mary Benson; Duet: Laura & Terry Hess
Pallbearers: Tim Pritchett, Jeremy Kerbel, StevenSchellpeper, Justin Mandl, Matt Peyton and David Kuester.
Honorary Pallbearers will be “Jimmie Faye’s grandchildren,” Gavin Goesch, Taylor McConnell, Destiny McConnell and Jayden Reed.
Online sympathies www.johnsonfuneralhomes.net.
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