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Duckett who helped with her care; and numerous nieces and nephews of the Bailey and Longshore families. Campbell was predeceased by a son, Dennis Ray Longshore, two sisters, Louise B. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Kindred at Home Hospice Staff and Nurses Amber, Kayla, and Donna, Memorials may be made to Gilead Baptist Church, Cemetery Fund, P. The family will be at the home, 108 Fourth St., Union. Peggy Joan Lipsey Henderson, age 84, formerly of Jonesville, widow of Dennis Charles Henderson, passed away Tuesday, December 19, 2017 at Ellen Sagar Nursing Home. Henderson was born in Union Co., April 27, 1933, a daughter of the late Willie Austin Lipsey and Mary Pearl Baldwin Lipsey. Surviving are a grandson, Kenneth Charles Lee of Jonesville; two sisters, Della Whitt of Pacolet and Shirley Moss of Union; one brother, Millard Lipsey of Union; three great-granddaughters reared in the home; and numerous nieces and nephews including a special niece, Susan M. Visitation will be held fromat Ellen Sagar Nursing Center. Adams was born June 7, 1931 in Kelton a daughter of the late W. She also served on the Board of the Union County Election Commission. Adams left behind a legacy of strong faith in the Lord.

Memorials may be made to Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home, 686 Jeff Davis Dr., Spartanburg, SC 29303 or to a charity of one’s choice. He was a 1964 graduate of Jonesville High School and retired after 30 years from Cone Mill—Carlisle Finishing Plant. Black w as a member of Gilead Baptist Church where he was a former choir member. Visitation will be held fromprior to the services at the church. He was a veteran of the US Marine Corp and was former owner and operator of Bill’s Market. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 2451 Crystal Dr., Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202. Surviving are a daughter-in-law, Judy Jeter Shaw, granddaughter, Allyson Shaw Ayers and husband Mark, three great-grandchildren, Brett Allen Ayers, William Austin Ayers and Berri Alizabeth Ayers all of Santuc, SC. She was a graduate of Kelly Pinckney High School and attended Winthrop College. Adams retired as Payroll Clerk with the Union County School District. Adams was a member of Salem Baptist Church where she served as the Church Clerk for over 30 years and was a member of the WMU.

after 45 years having worked at the Ottaray Plant and the Research center in Spartanburg. Campbell was a member of the Jehovah’s Witness association and was active until her health failed. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Mrs.

Adams, III and wife Julia, Adam Petty and wife Brittany, and Courtney Petty; five great-grandchildren; one brother, Alan Little and wife Joan of Jonesville; one brother-in-law, Kedrick Garner; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be heldat Salem Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. Visitation will be held fromprior to the services at the church.

The family will receive friends at the graveside immediately following the services. Black was born June 19, 1946 in Union, SC a son of the late Agnes Belue Black. Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Angela Black of Jonesville; two grandchildren, Julius Fountain and Savanna Carpenter both of Jonesville; and a number of cousins. Funeral services will be heldat Gilead Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. Active pallbearers will be James “Bubba” Harvey, Wayne Sanders, Dwight Belue, Evans Crocker, Gary Proctor, and Steve Pryor. William Gilbert “Bill” Gregory, age 83, husband of Lillie Keisler Gregory of 108 Fourth St., Union, passed away Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. Gregory was born in Gaffney, June 27, 1934, a son of the late Robert Vance Gregory and Bertha Bruce Gregory. Surviving in addition to his wife are two daughters, Sheila Alexander of Ninety Six and Susan Erskin and husband Charlie of Greenwood; three sons, Wendell Franklin Gregory and wife Jane of Gray Court, Terry Gilbert Gregory and wife Jan of Greenwood and W. A memorial service with Military Honors will be held atat the chapel prior to the services. Guyton and five brothers, Roger, Ronnie, Jerry, Marvin, Joe Leonard and Willie Lipsey, Jr. Martha Lucille Ivey Shaw, joined her husband, James William Shaw and her son, James William “Billy” Shaw, Jr. She was retired from Conso in Adamsburg and was a life long member of Tabernacle Baptist Church.

The family would like to say a special “Thank You” to the nurses and staff of Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home for the care give to Mrs. Graveside services will be held PM Saturday, December 23, 2017 at Rosemont Cemetery conducted by Brother Joe Adams. Black was former member of the South Carolina National Guard—Jonesville Unit. Burial with Masonic Rites will follow at Gilead Baptist Church Cemetery. Moore of Ninety Six; 16 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren. Gregory was predeceased by two sons, Robert William Gregory and Roger Crawford Gregory, one sister, Thelma Brodie, two half-brothers and one-half sister. Shaw was born in Union, June 15, 1923 a daughter of the late Charles and Ettiwese Ivey.

She was born in the Sardis community of Union Co., May 17, 1932, a daughter of the late George B. She enjoyed growing flowers, bird watching, traveling, her cats, crocheting and reading her Bible until her sight failed her. Adams’ caregivers, Kim Gregory, Jennifer Adams, Melinda Sorrow, her nurse, Julia Adams and the Staff of MSA Hospice.Simply present your YMCA membership card and a photo ID at any participating YMCA.John A Mize is my second great grandfather and the second or third great grandfather of most of my Mize cousins whom I know in person. We first meet John in the 1860 US Census as a six year old child in the household of his parents, Solomon Mize and Nancy (James) Dodd Mize. They are living in Unionville, Union County, South Carolina, where Solomon is a farmer. Surviving are three daughters, Debbie O’Daniel, Carol Petty, and Beth Mc Donald and husband Joe all of Santuck; one daughter-in-law, Elizabeth Adams Cabaniss of Union; four grandchildren, Katie O’Daniel Haney and husband Stephen, Joe F. and three sisters, Jean Garner, Gloria Barnette, and Rebecca Garner. Active pallbearers will be John Garner, Jake Black, Paul Little Barnette, Tyler Crocker, Todd Little, and Bill Garner. She was a graduate of Jonesville High School and retired from Milliken and Co., Cedar Hill Plant. She was a loving mother and grandmother whose favorite past time was cooking and rocking her babies.She was a member of Ottaray Baptist Church and was a loving wife and mother. Active pallbearers will be the following grandsons, Steven Mc Abee, Kevin Mc Abee, Wade Mc Abee and also Calvin Mc Bee, Robert Calhoun and Randy Mc Abee. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a twin brother, Harold Austin and a sister, Delitha Austin. He was a graduate of Union High School and was retired from Torrington Company—Tyger River Plant. He was the assistant Union High School Girls Softball Coach for 11 years during which time his teams won 4 Upper State Titles and 3 State Championships. Valentine also coached Dixie Youth Baseball, he was a former Volunteer Firefighter with the City of Union for 37 years and was a Shriner. Active pallbearers will be Neil Valentine, Steve Morrow, Kevin Morrow, Lanny Valentine, David Valentine, Robert Valentine, and Brad Valentine. He was a graduate of Jonesville High School and received his bachelor degree from Wofford College. Varner retired from Delta Mills, Beattie Plant and was of the Baptist faith. Graveside services will be held at AM Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at Gilead Baptist Church Cemetery conducted by Rev. Visitation will be held at the Holcombe’s Jonesville Chapel Tuesday evening from until PM. Sara Henrietta Bass Sistrunk, age 84, of 205 Oakdale Ave., Carlisle, widow of William M. School for the Deaf and Blind in Spartanburg and was retired from Milliken and Co., Monarch Plant. Sistrunk was a member of Mon Aetna Baptist Church where she was active in the Deaf Ministry. Memorial services will be heldat Philippi Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Honorary pallbearers will be Butch Carter, Jeff Sinclair, Dennis Horton, Larry Lemons, Stan Eaves, Nathan Gibson, Jerry Nance, Wesley Shuhart, David Taylor, Sammy Baine, Larry Candler, Mike O’dell, Sammy Valentine and Kelly Morrow. Smith and husband Rickey of Columbia, SC and Sally Phillips Rushing of Roswell, GA; one daughter-in-law, Arana C. Funeral services will be heldat Greater Union Church conducted by the Rev. She modeled how to serve, give, love, and act with few words to explain. Millwood was born in Union, SC April 12, 1951, a son of the late Ray Rufus Millwood, Sr and Bessie D. He retired from Conso Products and has recently worked with Capstone. Millwood was a loving husband, brother, father, grandfather and uncle. Carlisle Freeman “Red Dog” Reardon, age 63, husband of Betty Strickland Reardon, of 1332 Lovers Lane, Whitmire, passed away Monday, December 11, 2017 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Reardon was born October 16, 1954 in Union a son of Betty Ashe Steen of Lockhart and the late Carl Reardon.