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Della Audrey Sloan Bowers

Location: Greer, SC
September 30, 2020 - Della Audrey Sloan Bowers, 91, widow of Harold Waymon Bowers, passed away on September 30, 2020.

A native of Spartanburg County, daughter of the late Otis Odell and Minnie Atkins Sloan, she was a retired Home Economics Teacher for Spartanburg County District 5 Schools and a member of Greer First Baptist Church.



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Donald Wheeler Moore

Location: Holly Springs
September 23, 2020 - Donald Wheeler Moore, 88, passed away September 23, 2020.

A native of Nebo, North Carolina, son of the late John Alexander and Marion Wheeler Moore, he was a retired computer programmer, taught ballroom dance in Spartanburg area for many years, a member of Washington Baptist Church and a US Army Veteran.



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Peggy Ann Vickery Odom

Location: Greenville
September 26, 2020 - Peggy Ann Vickery Odom, 83, widow of Robert Lee Odom, passed away September 26, 2020.

A native of Hartwell, Georgia, she was a daughter of the late Ralph Benton and Lillie Mae Phillips Vickery and last surviving member of her immediate family; a former guidance counselor for Greenville Technical College and lifelong member of Brushy Creek Baptist Church.



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Ruth Anderson Paget

Location: Greer, SC
September 25, 2020 - Ruth Anderson Paget, 95, widow of James Suddath Paget, Jr. passed away September 25, 2020 at Rolling Green Village.

A native of Plant City, Florida, daughter of the late Charles and Willie Franklin Anderson, she was a homemaker and member of Greer First Baptist Church.



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Wallace R. Sumner

Location: Greer, SC
September 18, 2020 - Wallace R. Sumner, 76, went to his heavenly home on September 18, 2020.

A native of Greer, son of the late Edgar Hansel Sumner and Ollie Edwards
Sumner, he was a retired Welder/fabricator at Kusters in Spartanburg, a past
member of Victorian Hills Independent Methodist Church and was a member of
the Masonic Lodge of Duncan and Hejaz Shriner/past Captain of Wheelchair unit.

He loved gardening, working outdoors, fixing lawn mowers, restoring old cars and helping others.


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Eric Jay Cummings

Location: Lyman
September 22, 2020 - Eric Jay Cummings, 46, passed away September 22, 2020.

A native of Buffalo, New York, he was a son of Richard "Rick" Thomas Cummings (Kathy) of Buffalo, New York and Candice Myers Waz (Bob) of Maryville, Tennessee and a teacher and coach at Riverside High School.



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Joseph Donald Owen, Sr.

Location: Greenville
September 21, 2020 - Dr. Joseph Donald "Don" Owen, Sr., 80, passed away September 21, 2020.

A native of Spartanburg, SC, son of the late Joseph A. and Myrtle Tomlin Owen, he was a retired professor from Greenville Technical College and a member of St. James Episcopal Church.



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Larry V. Brown

Location: Greer, SC
September 13, 2020 - Larry V. Brown, 77, of Greer, SC, left this world quietly on Sunday, September 13, 2020, passing away from heart failure in his home in the care of his wife, Barbara, and his daughter, Ashley.

Born September 16, 1942 in Leavenworth, KS, Larry grew up living at Wadsworth, VA medical center, where his father was Fire Chief. He loved exploring the expansive historic property with his friends.

A graduate of Leavenworth High School, Larry was a celebrated athlete in football, and also played American Legion baseball and in Ban Johnson Leagues.

Larry maintained his commitment to youth sports throughout his adult life, ever passionate about young people learning the fundamentals and developing a love of the game.

He coached American Legion baseball teams in Topeka, KS, and followed the league closely, rooting for teams and players, and attending as many American Legion World Series as he could.

He was also a fan of KU Basketball and the Kansas City Chiefs, reveling in the team?s historic 2020 Super Bowl win.

Larry graduated from Washburn University and went on to build a successful career as a Sales and Marketing Executive for sporting goods companies, including Wilson Sporting Goods, Rawlings and Allegheny.

While he pursued his career, Larry was an NCAA Division I football referee.

When Larry decided to strike out on his own as an entrepreneur, he founded and operated retail shops in well-known resort hotels in Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, KS, The Grove Park Inn, Asheville, NC, The Homestead, Hot Springs, VA, and Wintergreen Resort, Wintergreen, VA.

With his wife Barbara, in 2004, Larry launched Boutique Jolie, which featured fine women?s clothing and exclusive gifts with two locations at The Sanctuary, Kiawah Island, SC and Amelia Island Resort, Amelia Island, FL. In 2012, they closed the shops and retired.

While at The Grove Park Inn, Larry became acquainted with artist Francis Barnum, a sculptor of Civil War miniatures, and developed a deep interest in the art form and the history. He sponsored several Civil War sculptors, featuring their work in his stores, and ran the largest Civil War sculpture exhibition in the United States.

He called Western North Carolina home for much of his life, spending 23 years in Asheville.

An avid outdoorsman, Larry was an Asheville Area Chairman of Ducks Unlimited. A nature lover with a special affection for mountains, forests and streams, he enjoyed the camaraderie of camping and hunting with friends and family.

Larry was also captivated and inspired by tales of the American West, and in particular loved the iconic Mountain Man, with no greater example than Robert Redford's portrayal in the film "Jeremiah Johnson."

He collected fine sculpture embodying the courage, independence and quiet strength of these pioneers who lived off the land and made their way in a harsh but beautiful landscape.

Larry loved to travel and experience new cultures, appreciated beauty in all its forms, loved a good meal and a beer.

An enthusiastic history buff, Larry was fascinated by WWII and the Third Reich, and read copiously on the subject.

With an easy laugh, sparkling sense of humor, and a warm, generous spirit, Larry touched many hearts. Larry engaged everyone who came into his orbit. Nary a waitress, nurse or neighbor would encounter Larry without a question about their family, education, or hopes and dreams. And once Larry welcomed people into his life, he valued their friendship and maintained the connection, regardless of the years that passed or the distance between them.

Larry was devoted to his extended family and his circle of friends with the same generosity that he shared with his blood family. He will be missed by everyone who ever met him, his family, and many dear friends.



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Beau Christopher Anderson

Location: Taylors
September 19, 2020 - Beau Christopher Anderson, 42, passed away September 19, 2020 at his home.

A native of Fort Smith, Arkansas, he was a son of Michael "Mike" Lynn and Cheryl Freeman Anderson, Vice-President of Operations with All-Ways Logistics and a member of North Hills Church of Taylors, where he was highly involved with many children activities.

Beau was an avid hunter and loved the outdoors.



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Mae Bell Foster Richardson

Location: Taylors
September 19, 2020 - Mae Bell Foster Robertson, 94, widow of M. B. Robertson, went home to her Heavenly Father on September 19, 2020.

A native of Pickens County, a daughter of the late Albert and Pheobe Hollingsworth Foster, she was a homemaker and a longtime member of Faith Temple.



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Murray E. "Ed" Clement

Location: Lyman
September 13, 2020 - Our beloved husband, father and grandfather, age 87, went to be with his Precious Savior on September 13, 2020.

Ed was born in West Columbia, SC. He spent his life in West Columbia, Irmo and most recently making his home in Lyman, SC.

He was a faithful member of Northwood Baptist Church in Greer, SC.

Ed loved golfing, fishing and hunting, but most of all his family.

He enjoyed a long career with Southern Bell and then was hired as the first Director of the SC Telephone Association. He was a proud member of the Army National Guard.



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Sylvia Taylor McKinney

Location: Greenville
September 16, 2020 - Sylvia Taylor McKinney, 83, went to her heavenly home on September 16, 2020.

A native of Greenville, daughter of the late Jonah E. and Edith Jones Taylor, she was the organist and pianist for many years at Piedmont Park Baptist Church and Buncombe Road Baptist Church, and a former secretary at Piedmont Park Baptist Church and retired from First Presbyterian Church, Greenville.

Mrs. McKinney was a member at Mountain Creek Baptist Church.

She was a talented musician, avid reader, gifted seamstress and never shied away from learning new things. She loved birds and spent hours watching from her sunroom.



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Charles Sterling Case

Location: Duncan
September 13, 2020 - Charles Sterling Case, 73, passed away September 13, 2020.

A native of Spartanburg, SC, he was a son of the late William Furman and Billie Griffith Case. He received an Associate?s Degree at Spartanburg Junior College and his Bachelor?s Degree and MBA at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.

Sterling was retired after serving 38 years at Spartanburg Methodist College where he worked as Vice-President for Institutional Advancement. After retiring, Sterling worked part-time at River Falls Golf Course in Sales and volunteered with Mobile Meals.



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Joel Marie Bertoniere Bailey

Location: Greer, SC
September 15, 2020 - Joel Marie Bertoniere Bailey, 81, passed away September 15, 2020.

A native of New Roads, Louisiana, she was the daughter of the late Augustine Lelio and Stella Adelle Major Bertoniere.



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Location: Lyman
September 13, 2020 - Our beloved husband, father and grandfather, age 87, went to be with his Precious Savior on September 13, 2020. Ed was born in West Columbia, SC.

He spent his life in West Columbia, Irmo and most recently made his home in Lyman, SC. He was a faithful member of Northwood Baptist Church in Greer, SC.

Ed loved golfing, fishing and hunting, but most of all his family.

He enjoyed a long career with Southern Bell and then was hired as the first Director of the SC Telephone Association. He was a proud member of the Army National Guard.



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Knolf Vicars Baker Johns

Location: Taylors
September 13, 2020 - Knolf Vicars Baker Johns, 82, widow of Willis Ray Johns, passed away on September 13, 2020 at her home.

A native of Whitmire, daughter of the late Frank and Bobbie Gillam Vicars, she was a homemaker and a member of Camp Creek Baptist Church. She was known by her grandchildren, great-grandchildren and many others as MeMother.




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Sandy Kay Erskine Jenkins

Location: Greer, SC
September 12, 2020 - Sandy Kay Erskine Jenkins, 69, passed away September 12, 2020.

A native of Spartanburg, daughter of Alice M. Vassey Erskine of Greer and the late Paul Edward Erskine, she was a retired employee of the Greenville County School District with thirty-two years of service, a member of Mountain View United Methodist Church, attended Cowboy Church and was a member of the National Barrel Horse Association.

Sandy was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and caregiver.



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Betty Jane Henson

Location: Greer, SC
September 12, 2020 - Betty Jane Henson, 78, passed away September 12, 2020.

A native of Del Rio, Tennessee, daughter of the late Roy James and Ora Crowder Kelley, she was a retired textile employee and a member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God.



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Gerald Ray Hipp, Jr.

Location: Greer, SC
September 10, 2020 - Gerald Ray Hipp, Jr., 60, passed away September 10, 2020.

A native of Spartanburg County, son of the late Gerald Ray Hipp, Sr. and Lucille Prewette Hipp, he was of the Baptist faith.



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James "Jim" Victor Harter, Jr.

Location: Greer, SC
September 6, 2020 - James "Jim" Victor Harter, Jr., 79, passed away September 6, 2020.

A native of Mount Vernon, New York, son of the late James V. Harter, Sr. and Veronica Birdsell Harter, he was a retired U.S. Air Force Veteran and a retired employee of Hoechst Celanese.

He was a reserve Sheriff's Deputy and a retired Lt. Col. in the S.C. State Guard.



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