Edith Collington

Edith Emily Collington died on April 15, 2019 at J.F.K. Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida. Funeral services were held on April 27, 2019, at Wilds Courtyard Chapel conducted by Pastor Michael McClendon, Way of Life Ministries, Boynton Beach, FL.

Ms. Collington was born on November 29, 1927, to Mr. and Mrs. James and Bessie Burgess Collington, in Georgetown, SC. After graduating from Howard High School, Edith moved to Manhattan, NY. In New York, she worked for Gimbels Department Store, and as a School Aid with P.S. 42 School, until 1967, and retired after many years as a Healthcare Attendant. In the early 1970's, Edith joined the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, and later joined B and K Ministry, after moving to Florida.

Surviving are her daughter, Kim Bennett (Joe); two sons, Joel Collington (Ishuray), and Gerald Collington; one brother, Johnny Collington (Pauline); and a sister-in-law, Rosa Collington. Funeral services entrusted to Wilds Funeral Home, LLC.

Virginia Gagliano

Virginia Gagliano

Virginia Gagliano

Virginia Lynn Thompson Gagliano died May 3, 2019; she was 75 years old.

Lynn was the daughter of the late Louis Bryan "Bumpy" Thompson and Carolyn Douglass Thompson. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Theodore E. Gagliano, of Pawleys Island; her sons, Patrick Sean Maloney and Michael Bryan Maloney, both of Atlanta; her stepchildren, Ted Gagliano, Jr. of Los Angeles, CA, Dr. Martha Gagliano of Durham, NC; Michael Gagliano of Fort Sill, OK, and Lucy Gagliano Schoolmaster of Colorado Springs and Charleston, SC; her sisters, Claudia Bessinger of Mount Pleasant, SC, Rebecca Godwin of Edisto Island, SC, and Caroline Tresino of Floyd, VA; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. To her nieces and nephews (Keir Parrott of Bluffton, SC; Rebecca Bessinger of Mount Pleasant, SC; Melissa Buffington and Carrie Barnwell, both of Pawleys Island, SC; J. Altman of Tybee Island, GA; and Erin Hines of Greenville, SC), she is remembered as the most fun aunt in the world. Family claim to fame: The B-24 Liberator her father captained in the Pacific war theater was named the Ginnie Lynn in her honor. Special thanks to David Handley and Lavonia Criner for their for exceptional care of Lynn.

Vibrant, funny, and generous-hearted, Lynn loved her family, her puppies, gardening, art, classic movies, books, fashion, travel, and lunches out. She owned and managed McAdams Carpets in Pawleys Island for many years before opening Galliano Imports on Front Street in Georgetown. She served as program chair for the Georgetown Chapter of the DAR for several years and actively participated in the Front Street redesign project of the 1980s. For two decades, she was the matriarch of the Thompson and Gagliano extended families, for which they are forever grateful.

The memorial service will be held at Prince George Episcopal Church in Georgetown, SC, on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 2 p.m., with reception to follow in the church parish hall.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to All 4 Paws Animal Rescue, 708 Petigru Drive, Pawleys Island 29585, or to the Union Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund, c/o Diane Boyd, 114 E. Brooks St., Kingstree, SC 29556.

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The Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Jay Greenleaf Jr.

Jay Greenleaf Jr. obit

Jay Greenleaf Jr.

Entered into rest Friday, May 3, 2019, Jay Gould Greenleaf Jr., 85, husband of 24 years to Kathryn Robinson Dixon Greenleaf

Jay's professional career as a paper maker began in September 1952, at the age of 18, in Georgetown, South Carolina, where he worked for International Paper Company for 8 years. He moved to Augusta, Georgia in October 1960 for a job at Continental Can Company, where he held various positions in the paper mill, including machine tender on the #2 paper machine, which he started up in 1966. Jay became a foreman in 1968, assistant superintendent for the No. 2 paper machine in 1987, and retired in 1991 after 30 years. During his employment, Jay held every elected position in the Union, except for Treasurer.

Jay considered himself a "cradle-to-grave" Episcopalian and was an active parishioner at St. Alban's Episcopal Church, where he pledged his membership shortly after moving to Augusta. He served on the vestry in various capacities, including vestry member, Junior Warden, Senior Warden, Chairman of the Finance Committee, and Chairman of the Stewardship Committee.

In addition to his wife, family members include: four daughters, Dianne L'Heureux (Max Blanco); Karen Monaco; Phyllis Lowery (C. Wayne); and Melinda Crider (Mike); two sons: E. Ashley Dixon (Becky) and Terry Dixon; 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and a twin brother, Harry Greenleaf (Shirley). He was preceded in death by his first wife of 37 years, Janet Fariss Greenleaf and sisters: Virginia, Anne and Bernice.

The funeral service was held Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at 11 a.m. at St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 2321 Lumpkin Road, Augusta, GA 30906, with The Very Rev. Billy Alford officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 2321 Lumpkin Road, Augusta GA 30906.

Thomas Poteet & Son Funeral Directors, 214 Davis Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 (706) 364-8484. Please sign the guestbook at www.thomaspoteet.com.

Robert Randy Marshall, 59, son of the late Robert Segars Marshal and Margie Powell Marshall, died Friday, May 3, 2019, at Grand Strand Regional Hospital.

Robert Marshall

Robert Randy Marshall

Robert Marshall

Robert Randy Marshall, 59, son of the late Robert Segars Marshal and Margie Powell Marshall, died Friday, May 3, 2019, at Grand Strand Regional Hospital.

Mr. Marshall was born August 3, 1959, in Georgetown. He grew up in Andrews and graduated Andrews High School, where he was an exceptional athlete. Randy played baseball and still holds the high school record for stealing the most bases in a game. Also, played football where he was known as "Twinkle Toes." He has always been a diehard Clemson Fan and has passed it on to his sons. Randy was a proud and loving father, grandfather and friend.

Surviving are: two sons, Heath Marshall (Melanie Thomas) of Andrews; and Dusty Marshall of Columbia; two grandchildren, Hunter and Bobby Marshall; a sister, Debra Kay Marshall Burbage (Jeff) of Tennessee; a brother, Bruce Marshall of Florida; and two very close cousins, Sandy Powell and Darlene Lewis, both of Myrtle Beach.

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The Andrews Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home is assisting the Marshall Family.