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In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Putman Baptist Church, 3692 Buffalo West Spring Hwy, Buffalo, SC 29321. She was retired from Union Mill and was a member of Fairforest Baptist Church. Knox was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Knox and wife Mary of Lexington; a number of nieces and nephews and is also survived by a very special extended family: Shaun Wolfe, Rachel Wolfe, Tyler Wolfe and Caroline Wolfe all of Chapin. The family wishes to extend a special thank you to Mrs. He was a United States Army veteran of World War II. In 1956 Brown became personnel manager at the plant, a job he held until the plant closed in 1981.
Knox’s loving niece, Dianne Burgess for her care during her illness. 23, 1926 and grew up in Pacolet, a son of the late B. He was assigned to Special Services with the First Corps and played baseball and basketball to entertain the troops. Brown signed a contract with the New York Giants and played in Hickory, N. He was retired from Builders Transport and Holcombe Funeral Home. Brown was a member of First Baptist Church of Union where he had been named a life deacon.
A Celebration of Life service will be held at Hebron Baptist Church conducted by Rev. He was retired from the City of Union following forty years of service. Willard was a member of Ottaray Baptist Church where he was a former Deacon and had also served as a former Deacon with Westside Baptist Church. He was formerly employed with Contec in Spartanburg and was previously employed with Cone Mill- Carlisle Finishing Plant. Malpass was a member of Putman Baptist Church where he was a former Deacon, a School Department and a former member of the choir. Malpass was a Christian man who was devoted to his family and church. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Roxanne Parham and husband Rick; two sons: Corey L. Malpass and wife Kimberly; two brothers: Donnie Mac Malpass and Ricky Malpass and five grandchildren: Destiny Lee, Kaden Malpass, Lexi Puckett, Emma Grace Puckett and Tristian Malpass. Active pallbearers will be Preston Thomas, Tony Gault, Les Gibson, Lloyd Burgess, Roger Sumner and Larry Caldwell. One year he also helped the high school by coaching the girls’ basketball team.
Funeral services will be held in the church prior to the service. Edna Sumner Knox, age 88, of 2046 Jonesville Hwy, Union, widow of Claude Knox, passed away Sunday, September 20, 2015 at Spartanburg Medical Center. Knox was born in Union, SC July 15, 1927, a daughter of the late Herbert Sumner and Eva Spelts Sumner. Funeral services will be held at Fairforest Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Visitation will be held Tuesday evening at the SR Holcombe Funeral Home. Initially he was hired as recreation director, which involved supervising games and after school and summer activities for the children in the mill village. He loved the folks in Jonesville and they loved him.
The family will be at the home of his grandson, Paul Brady, 133 Wildwood Lane, Union. Nancy Jonas Mabry, age 68, of 4715 Buffalo-West Springs Hwy., passed away Saturday, September 12, 2015 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. Mabry was born in Cripple Creek, VA, August 2, 1947, a daughter of the late Gordon Tate Jonas and Peggy Whittaker Jonas. School District as a teacher at Buffalo Elementary School and was a member of Crestview Baptist Church.
She was a graduate of Converse College and received her Masters of Education from USC-Upstate. Surviving are two daughters, Karen Mabry of Las Cruces, NM and Cathy M.
Surviving in addition to his wife are two daughters, Julia Lee Fielder and husband Don Sanders of Columbia and Jenni Fielder Horne and husband Tony of Union; three sons, Donnie Vaughan, Ron Vaughan and wife Lisa, and Carl Alexander, all of Lockhart; two daughters, Cathy Vaughan Revis of Boiling Springs and Lora Ann Vaughan Knox and husband Jimmy Teaster of Lockhart; twelve grandchildren, Hunt Huntley and wife Anne of Greenville, Libby Whigham and husband Terry of Irmo, Fielder Huntley of Columbia, Jake Robertson of Union, Courtney Allen and husband Tony of Greenville, Amanda Freestone and husband Derek of Greer, Josh Revis of Union, Daniel Revis of Boiling Springs, Destiny Knox of Rock Hill, Madison Knox of Lockhart, Jessica Garcia of Lockhart, Rochelle Brown and husband Billy of Union, and Ashton Grace Vaughan of Lockhart; seven great-grandchildren, Jill, Ali, and May Huntley, Leo Allen, Shaylan Revis, Avery Freestone, Kyeler Gilbert, and Layken English. The following are asked to form the honorary escort, Dr. Memorials may be made to Hospice Care of South Carolina Union Unit, 408 N. Gerald Fielder, Trey Newton, Glenn Taylor and nurses and staff of Blue Ridge Hospice. Active pallbearers will be Cory West, Brent Phillips, Chris Boulware, Kenneth Newton, Don Nivens, Eddie Wayne Newton and Jason Ivey. The family will be at the home of his son, Steve and Laura Willard, 202 Glendale Rd., Union. Ruby Jenkins Lane Boulware, age 76, wife of Joseph Edward Boulware of 1347 Neal Shoals Rd., Union, passed away Thursday, September 24, 2015 at Union Medical Center. Boulware was born in Union, SC November 26, 1938, a daughter of the late Robert Jenkins and Laura Pettit Jenkins. Active pallbearers will be Tyler Lane, Jon Robinson, Buddy Parris, Jimmy Reynolds, Ivey Boulware and Lance Davis.
He was predeceased by one son, Steven Vaughan and one brother, Franklin Vaughan. Active pallbearers will be Cody Belue, Boyd Mc Abee, Jim Summa, Adam Caudill, Petey Ivey, Donald Howell, and Bruce Sparks. Surviving in addition to his wife and father are a daughter, Alisha Cash of Chester, a step-son, Luke Thomas of the home; a sister, Amanda Sweatt of Lockhart; a grandson, Cayden Cash of Chester and a nephew, Dalton Vinson of Lockhart. Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons: Brian J. Reverend Pendleton has pastored for churches in Virginia, Florida and South Carolina.
Funeral services will be held at Brown’s Creek Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. The farmers and friends of Union County are asked to sit in a group. His longest tenure was at Concord Baptist Church in Frog Level Virginia, for over 15 years.
C.; Robert Brown and his wife, Anna; Benjy Brown and his wife, Jennifer and Richard Brown and his wife, Jennifer, all of Union; seven grandchildren: Katie Resumovic and her husband, Amer, of Spartanburg; Laura Satterfield of Denver, Colorado; Rachel Satterfield of Augusta, Ga.; Bobby Brown, Angela Brown, Andrew Brown and Benjamin Brown; all of Union; and one great-grandson, Alec Resumovic of Spartanburg.
He was predeceased by his sisters and brother, Dorothy Brown Bailey, Carolyn Brown and John R. Funeral services will be held at at First Baptist Church of Union by Rev. Burial with Military Honors will be in Goucher Baptist Church Cemetery. Prince was a veteran of the US Marine Corp having served during the Korean War and was a Purple Heart Recipient.