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Rodney Brockman Hunt

Location: Jefferson, Ga., Ga.
May 25, 2024 - Rodney Brockman Hunt, 90, loving husband of Doris Ward Hunt of 68 years, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on May 25, 2024.

Born in Double Springs, South Carolina, son of the late Walter Giles Hunt and Dorothy Andrea Lynn, he was a United States Air Force Veteran, serving 20 years before he was honorably discharged as a Major from The United States Air Force Reserves. Rodney not only served his country but his local community and church.

He was a founding member of the Taylors Volunteer Fire Department serving as
Captain, and he was one of the founding members of St. Luke?s Southern Methodist Church in Taylors. Mr. Hunt spent years in the S&L business and left to
form his own business as a real estate broker and appraiser.

He was a graduate of Clemson University, and a member of Taylors First Baptist Church.



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Michael Eugene Jones

Location: Greer, SC
May 25, 2024 - Michael "Mike" Eugene Jones, 70, passed away May 25, 2024.

A native of Greer, South Carolina, son of Edith "Polly" Crisson Jones and the late Talmadge "Ted" Eugene Jones, he was a self-employed carpenter and of the Baptist faith.



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Floy Inez Forrester Sloan

Location: Greer, SC
May 18, 2024 - Floy Inez Forrester Sloan, 94, wife of the late Ben Sloan, passed away May 18, 2024.

A native of Greenville County, daughter of the late Tommy and Lillie Campbell Forrester, she was a retired employee of Springs Industries and a member of Mount Lebanon Baptist Church.




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Stanley Marvin Coster

Location: Greer, SC
May 14, 2024 - Stanley "Stan" Marvin Coster, 71, passed away May 14, 2024.

Born in Columbia, South Carolina and a native of Greer, he was a son of the late Marvin Young Coster (Marion) and Maurice Dillard Greene (Don).

Stan was the smiling face of the family business, Great Bay Oyster House, and a member of The Episcopal Church of The Good Shepherd.





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Clarence Lamar Nichols

Location: Greer, SC
May 12, 2024 - Clarence Lamar Nichols, 86, of Greer, entered into his eternal reward on Sunday, May 12, 2024.

Lamar was the owner and operator of Lamar Nichols Sanitation, Inc., which he owned for 45 years. He was a pioneer in the Residential Sanitation business in Greer.

He was a lifelong member and licensed minister of the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee).



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Robert Roy Mixon

Location: Landrum
May 5, 2024 - Robert Roy Mixon, 92, passed away May 5, 2024.

A native of Sharon, Tennessee, son of the late O'Dell Mixon and Lula Flo Roy Croyle, he was a United State Navy Veteran, serving in Japan, Korea, Cuba, and on the U.S.S. Lexington.

Following his retirement with the United States Navy, he had a very successful career as Director of Nursing Homes with Americana Healthcare Corporation.

Both Bob and his wife, Betty, are members of Blessed Trinity Catholic Church.


Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth ?Betty? Mixon of the home; four children, Robert Roy Mixon, Jr. (Jeanette) of Lexington, South Carolina, Wesley Lee Mixon (Sharon) of Elkin, North Carolina, Gail Marie Howell (Alan) of Greer, South Carolina, and Gregory Lee Mixon of Landrum, South Carolina; seven grandchildren, Brian Mixon (Lisa), Nicole Kirkman (Benny), Michael Mixon (Megan), Stephanie Mays (Clark), Julie Stanton (Seth), Travis Mixon (Misty), Timothy Mixon (Casey); and twelve great-grandchildren; and one brother, David Mixon of Arizonia.
Mr. Mixon was predeceased by three brothers, John Daniel Mixon, Lloyd Mixon, and Joseph Croyle; and two sisters, Martha Johnson and Wanda Tobin.
A memorial service will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at The Wood Mortuary Chapel conducted by Deacon Sam Aguilar and Deacon Gary Walzac.
Webcasting of the service will be available at www.thewoodmortuary.com.
Memorials may be made to Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, 901 River Road, Greer, South Carolina 29651, or St. Jude Hospitals for Children, 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, Tennessee 38105.
Online condolences may be made to www.thewoodmortuary.com.


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Mildred Louise Wilson Kinnett-Farr

Location: Greer, SC
May 4, 2024 - Mildred Louise Wilson Kinnett-Farr, 98, wife of the late Forest Edward Kinnett, Sr. and Wesley Farr, passed away May 4, 2024.

A native of Greer, South Carolina, daughter of the late Tureen Newell Wilson Sr, and Irene Hawkins Wilson, as a young woman, Mildred worked in a beauty shop and went on to get her cosmetology license. She later worked in the sewing room at Pacific Mills before staying home to raise her only son, Eddie.

In 1959 she went back to work in the field of insurance for Owens Insurance and later Joyner Insurance. She officially retired in 1996 at age 71. She was an active member of her church, Lyman Methodist Church and sang in the choir for 50 years. At age 98 she was one of the oldest living members of the church. She was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother and loyal friend to many. She will be sincerely missed by her family, friends, and neighbors.



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Ruth Evangeline Farmer

Location: Greer, SC
May 4, 2024 - Ruth Evangeline "Vangie" Farmer, was peacefully taken by the hand of God into his glorious presence on May 4, 2024.

A native of Greenville County, South Carolina, daughter of the late Jack and Hazel Wilson, she was a faithful wife to late husband Garold Farmer for 55 years and a devoted mother and grandmother.

Evangeline enjoyed sewing, quilting, cooking, playing the piano, and spending time with her family. Through the years she made each of her children and grandchildren quilt.

She can be remembered as sitting at the piano playing loudly and singing praises to the Lord, which when she was able she did very frequently.

She spent many hours in the kitchen with her husband teaching him how to cook. In later years, with declining health, she and Garold would cook family meals together as she told him each step to make turning him into an excellent cook like she was.

Mrs. Farmer was a member of Mount Lebanon Baptist Church where in past years she taught Girls in Action, (serving as director for many years), Sunday school, Training Union, assisted with vacation bible school and went on mission trips.

While at Washington Baptist Church, she served as GA director for several years and taught Sunday school and Training Union. During this time she and Garold purchased a station wagon so they could make sure many elderly adults and children had transport to and from church. Through the years they carried many people to church and many lives were changed because of the devotion they had to serve God in that capacity.

She was a witness to others, sharing her testimony to the lost and leading numerous people to Christ through the years. Evangeline also made sure many
families in need had food as well as making sure needy children had Christmas presents.

Mrs. Farmer delivered Meals on Wheels for 13 years, for the first few years she delivered those meals with her small grandsons, Sam, Jonathan, and Dillon instilling in them the importance of giving to others and displaying to them her love for others and Christ. In the last few years, she and Garold enjoyed delivering the meals together and fellowship with those who received the meals.

Evangeline was in her Bible daily. In her last years as her sight began to fail, she would listen to the Bible on audio every night before going to bed. She was a prayer warrior and never ceased to pray for her family, friends, church, and those in need. She quite often had a continual dialogue of prayer with God all during the day. Even in difficult times, as she faced declining health and the death of her husband, Evangeline continued to remain a faithful Christian who put the Lord first, never questioning him but always saying that his will is best even if we don?t understand it. Her moto in life was simply,"it is well with my soul." Her daughters, grandsons, and great-grandchildren saw a light in her that forever shown that Christ's love and will be a wonderful example of Christian love for them throughout their future.

In her last few weeks as her health declined, she often talked about how one needs to be patient with life, and how beautiful Heaven was and the most important thing in life was God.

One of the things she quite often shared with her family when they needed it was 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trust, always hopes, always perseveres.? Love was something she taught, lived, and had an abundance of. Her love was never boastful or proud but always giving and offered hope to those she knew.

Her favorite bible verse is one which she truly lived by. Psalms 19:14 "May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my be pleasing in your sign oh Lord, my strength, my redeemer".




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Geraldine Hindman Cox

Location: Greer, SC
May 2, 2024 - Geraldine Hindman Cox, 79, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on May 2, 2024.

She was born in Greer, South Carolina, on September 14, 1944. The daughter of the late Abe and Grace Christopher Hindman, she was a retired data processor for Dove Broadcasting and an active member of Praise Cathedral.



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