Phillip B. Green died on July 6, 2019 at Atrium Health Carolina Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Funeral services were held on July 10, 2019 at St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Sampit, Rev. Kelly Spann II, pastor. The eulogy was delivered by Rev. Efferson Bryant, pastor of Cumberland A.M.E. Church.
Mr. Green, was born on January 19, 1949 in Georgetown, SC, to Mr. Willie A. Green and Mrs. Alberta Wragg Green. He was educated in the public schools of Georgetown County, and later graduated from South Carolina State College, Orangeburg, SC. Phillip retired from the Williamsburg County Recreation Department after 40 years of exemplary service. At an early age, he gave his life to Christ and joined Cumberland A.M.E. Church where he was an active and dedicated member.
Surviving are his wife, Coretta Green, Georgetown, SC; his daughters, P. Ramona Wallace, Durham, NC, Kimberly Smith, Fort Meade, MD, and Kristina Green Jones of Raleigh, NC; his siblings: Nathalie Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, Willie Mae Kinloch and Bertie Mae Bell, both of Miami, FL, Willie Green, Jr., Willingboro, NJ and Kenneth Green of Columbia, SC. Funeral services entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.
Hilda Harwell Anderson
Hilda Harwell Anderson, 94, widow of John Manning Anderson died Monday, July 15, 2019, at Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Anderson was born in Savannah, Georgia on January 1, 1925, a daughter of the late John Glover Harwell and Alma Elrod Rickenbacker Harwell. She grew up in Georgetown County and attended Winyah High School. Mrs. Anderson was a member of Georgetown Pentecostal Holiness Church. She loved baking, gardening, and sewing. Mrs. Anderson also enjoyed taking care of people, cared for two Alzheimer patients, and was a former employee of Georgetown Memorial Hospital. She lived life with lots of laughter and was a free spirit. Mrs. Anderson was a loving mother and grandmother. Surviving are: a son, John Terry Anderson (Jane) of Georgetown; a daughter, Kathy Baxley (Bob) of Georgetown; four grandchildren, Shawn Andrews, Marnie Zedick, Keith Anderson (Ashley) and Carol Hall; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Millie Stallings and Jean Thames, both of Moncks Corner. Funeral services will be two o’clock Friday afternoon, July 19, 2019, at the Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home. Officiating will be the Rev. Clyde Glover. Burial will follow in Pennyroyal Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends at the funeral home prior to the service on Friday from one until two. Sign a guest book at www. Mayerfuneralhome.com.
Carole Hope Magann
Carole Anne Hope Magann, daughter of the late William Herbert Hope, Jr. and John T. McDonald Hope, went to be with the Lord on July 11, 2019. She was a graduate of Rock Hill High School and Columbia College and taught elementary school after graduating. She moved to Murrells Inlet in 1979, where she has resided since. She worked for Caledonia Golf Course and True Blue Golf Course and found such joy being in the golf business. She was a member of Church of the Resurrection.
She is crossing over the rainbow bridge to be met by many loved ones. She loved her children, grandchildren and rescued pets. She is survived by her husband, Wilfred Fleming Magann, Jr., her son, William John Hope Magann (Anna), and grandchildren, MaryHope Elizabeth Magann, William John Andrew Magann and the future Wallace T. Herbert Magann. She is also survived by her step-children, Wilfred Chandler Magann (Julia), and his children Lauren and Marcus, and Eugenia Magann Haynes (Alex), and their children Louisa and Eleanor. She is also survived by her cousins, Erskine Butler McDonald, Jr. (Tenita), Arthur Richard McDonald and Dr. Elizabeth Beaver Stalvey. She is also survived by her loving dogs, Ellie, Mickey, Rufus and Noel.
A memorial service will be held at the outdoor chapel at Belin United Methodist Church on July 18, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. The family will receive visitors at Belin United Methodist Church following the service. She will be laid to rest with her family in Rock Hill earlier in the week.
In lieu of flowers, Carole asks that donations be made to All 4 Paws Pet Rescue in Pawleys Island, SC and Saint Frances Animal Center in Georgetown, SC.
Online condolences may be left at www.ridgewayfh.com
Ridgeway Funeral Home of Georgetown is in charge of the arrangements. (843) 485-4242
Davis Henry Stevens
Friday, July 12, 2019, Davis Henry Stevens, son of Davis Alton Stevens and Doris Mitchell Stevens, suddenly departed this life in his beloved mountain property in Pickens County, South Carolina.
Born in Conway, South Carolina, October 2, 1937, Henry graduated from Conway High School, earned his business degree and was a Master Electrician, proudly served his country in the United States Air Force and retired from Santee Cooper and US Air Force Reserves in 1998.
He was a legacy member of the South Carolina Waterfowl Association, served on the Georgetown County SC Sheriff’s Advisory Board, Charter Member of Thomas Lynch Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, member of the Battery White Sons of the Confederacy and of Dr. Lyde Williams Sunday School Class at First Baptist of Georgetown, SC and worked part time as bailiff for Georgetown County after his retirement.
After the loss of his infant granddaughter, Isabel Allen Hellmer in 1995, Henry was instrumental in coordinating the establishment of an emergency helicopter pad on the campus of Georgetown Memorial Hospital.
Spending his time between Big Daddy’s Lodge and his primary residence in Georgetown SC, Henry never met a stranger and his heart was bigger than he was. Called Son, Brother, Daddy, Big Daddy by his grandsons, Uncle Bubba, and Friend nothing made him prouder than to be the husband of Sarah A. Stevens — “Sal”. He found deep friendships and hours of joy as a member of Country Club Community Association Clubhouse and “Tuesday Night Supper Club”. Henry was a talented master craftsman, a gifted storyteller, and filled with generosity and a heart to serve.
Survived by, his wife of 60 years, Sarah A Stevens “Sally”, daughters Nancy Stevens Siau and her fiancé Frank Houston Bassett of Murrells Inlet, Melanie Stevens Hellmer and her husband Keith, grandsons, Edward Lawton and Graham Johnston Hellmer all of Myrtle Beach SC. His sister in law, Laura Stevens Burns, of Darlington, SC three nieces and a nephew and several grandnephews and grandnieces and lap cat “Sam”.
Predeceased by mother and father, his brother, Davis N. Stevens, his sister, Doris Stevens Hedgepath and his granddaughter, Isabel A. Hellmer.
In Georgetown, South Carolina, on July 17 at 2 p.m. at Visitation First Baptist Church Family Life Center. 3 p.m. Memorial Service First Baptist Church Sanctuary.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in the name of Davis Henry Stevens to: Pickens County EMS – 216 L E C Road, Pickens, SC 29671; Pumpkintown Volunteer Fire Department – 4205 Pumpkintown Highway, Pickens, SC 29671.