Thursday, July 24, 2014
John Potter Hazzard, IV, 79, of Concord, NC, died Fri., July 18, 2014. Born in Portsmouth, VA on August 18, 1934, he was a son of the late John Potter Hazzard, III and Lois Sykes Hazzard. A graduate of St. James Academy in MD, Mr. Hazzard went on to obtain his Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Later he would receive his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina. After practicing law in Georgetown, he served as a Family Court judge. He moved to Concord, NC in the mid 1980s where he remained until his death. He was a communicant of Prince George Episcopal Church in Georgetown and All Saints’ Episcopal in Concord, NC survivors include his children, Gayle Hazzard, John P. (Sara) Hazzard, V, and Jane Hazzard; a grandson, J. Potter Hazzard, VI, all of Columbia; sisters, Jane (John) Melvin of Litchfield Beach, Della (Don) Amelion of Birmingham, AL, Julia Merck of New York, NY. A service for Mr. Hazzard was held Tues., July 22, with burial at Fort Jackson National Cemetery. Memories and condolences may be shared at ShivesFuneralHome.com.
The Rev. Manney Carrington Reid died on July 17, 2014 in Pawley’s Island. He is survived by his wife of 27 years Frances (Cuttino Dodd) of Pawley’s Island, his son Howard and wife Melanie Stein of Middletown, CT, his son Cary and wife Deta of New Haven, CT, his son Ervin and wife Mary Ann of Richmond, VA, his daughter Lisa (Reid) Hanner and husband Brad of Marietta, GA, his stepson Larry Dodd and wife Emily of Spartanburg, SC, his stepson Danny Dodd and wife Debra Ann of Goldsboro, NC, and nine grandchildren and three step grandchildren. Born in Columbia on Nov. 22, 1922, he was the son of Howard Dunklin Reid and Sarah Lillian (Rice) Reid of Columbia. He was predeceased by his parents, by his brother Howard Dunklin Reid, Jr., and by his first wife Gerry Ervin Reid.Manney received a B.S. in Accounting from the University of South Carolina, a Master’s of Accounting from Columbia University, and a M.S. in Divinity from the Virginia Theological Seminary. From 1943 to 1946, he served his country as an officer in the United States Navy, assigned to the Pacific aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Haraden during World War II. He began his career as an accountant with the firm of Derrick & Finch in Columbia, but felt increasingly called to the Episcopal priesthood, and entered Virginia Seminary in 1948. He married Gerry Ervin of York, shortly before beginning his theological education. After his graduation in 1951, he served his first parish, Trinity Church in Edgefield. In the long, passionate and distinguished ministry which followed, he served churches in Myrtle Beach, Sumter and Columbia, Kinston, NC, Oak Ridge, Tenn., and Tucson, Arizona. He also served as acting Dean of Trinity Cathedral, Columbia. After his wife Gerry’s death, he married Frances Dodd in 1987. That same year, he retired from full time ministry, but subsequently continued to serve churches in a variety of capacities, including parishes in Mt. Pleasant, Georgetown, Myrtle Beach, and Pawley’s Island.Manney had deep and abiding relationships with many organizations, including Alcoholics Anonymous and Rotary Clubs in the various communities in which he lived. But his longest and most important relationship, in addition to that with the Episcopal Church, was with the Kanuga Camp and Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC.Manney will be deeply missed by his family, his friends and colleagues, and by the larger congregation of people whose life intersected so meaningfully with his. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Sat., Sept. 13, 2014 at the Holy Cross Faith Memorial Episcopal Church, Pawley’s Island. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent in memory of Manney to Kanuga Conferences Inc., PO Box 250, Hendersonville, NC 28793. Additional information can be found and condolences left at www.burroughsfh.com.
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