He named four of them Barbecue, but grew attached to the fifth. “I got stopped outside Awendaw by two patrolmen,” he said. of Pawleys Island, an outdoorsman who worked for International Paper, died Monday at Tidelands Community Hospice House. He was born July 30, 1934, a son of Kenneth Austin Scurry and Sarah Wilma Harrelson Scurry. He attended Cathedral Bible College in Myrtle Beach and was an ordained minister. He also loved time spent cooking on the grill for his family and friends. of Murrells Inlet, who rose from an enlisted man in World War II to command of the National Guard unit in Georgetown, died Sept. He attended The Citadel until World War II when his entire sophomore class enlisted. 15 at Belin Memorial United Methodist Church followed by reception at the Family Life Center. 20 at VA Victory House in Walterboro following a long battle with Parkinson’s disease with dementia. He was born September 5, 1935 in Sparta, Wisc., the son of Ellen Jones Heineck and Leonard Heineck. He served four years on active duty as a reciprocating aircraft engine mechanic. She was an active member of First Baptist Church of Georgetown, where a celebration of her life was held Wednesday. Jackson; her children, Dana Kaylor Lindsey (Randall) of Greenville, Jon Blake Kaylor (Caroline) of Chattanooga, Tenn., Kristie M. Memorials may be made to Tidelands Community Hospice: 2591 N. Highly intellectual and an avid reader, he was a member of MENSA and enjoyed discussions with family and friends on a wide-range of topics. Glynn and his wife Dana of Taylors; a daughter, Kathleen D. Memorials may be made to All 4 Paws, 708 Petigru Dr., Pawleys Island, SC 29585.
He called her Henry, fed her by bottle and let her sleep on his chest. “And this fella jumped out and looked and said, ‘Give me my $20. He was a native and lifelong resident of Pawleys Island, where he was a member and deacon of the Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church. for 47 years, and was a member of the Quarter Century Club, until retiring in 2000. He officiated at the marriage of both of his daughters. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Lynn (Cook) Rigsbee; his daughters, Jennifer Rigsbee and husband Matthew Gillis and Lauren Rigsbee and husband Lukas Varga, all of Pawleys Island; his grandson, Liam Rigsbee; his sister, Cherie Scheer and husband George of Chapel Hill, N. A graveside service was held Friday at All Saints Church Cemetery. He served with the 25th Infantry Division in Guadalcanal and the liberation of the Philippines, where he was wounded. A family inurnment service will follow at 2 pm in Elmwood Cemetery Annex in Georgetown to include any of his Georgetown friends unable to attend the Belin services. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to to Belin Memorial United Methodist Church, P. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse in 1962. He served 36 years in the Air Force Reserve as an aircraft engine mechanic and also a disaster control specialist. He loved and appreciated classical music, supporting the South Carolina Philharmonic and other organizations of music and art. (Annette) of Pawleys Island, Dana Austin Berg of St. Schaab of New Milford, Conn.; four grandchildren, Rachel and Reagan Glynn and Steve and Kristina Schaab; a brother, Patrick Glynn; and two sisters, Mary Horan and Katherina De Lelys. As a young scholar at the University of South Carolina’s graduate school, Charles Joyner thought his classmates were making terrible mistakes when they chose what he considered insignificant historical events as subjects of their dissertations.
Williamson was employed by American Flange and Manufacturing Co. J., for 11 years and then worked in research development for the Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta. He was a member of Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church.
He was treasurer of the Crosby Celebrity Golf Tournament and supervised the distribution of proceeds to various charities. He was vice president of technical services in the Hershey International Division. He served on the church council for six years, was an active member of the property committee and enjoyed volunteering for all the children’s and youth programs. Mc Cutchen enjoyed woodworking and was well known for the special wooden boxes that can be found all throughout this area. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the church building fund, 219 Cleland St. “He was a Christian man and thoughtful of others.” In addition to his wife of 54 years, Sue, he is survived by his daughter, Susan Greer Campbell of Charleston; his son, W. (Hayden) of Charleston; his grandchildren, Alice, William and Ian; his brother, Charles B. She was a member of Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church. Hollister’s greatest passion was being with her family and reveling in the interests, activities and accomplishments of her boys. 21, 1952, in New York City, the son of Lily Bellerose and Jack Scott.
As an outgrowth of the tournament, he led in the establishment of the Crosby Scholars program. Carter was listed in Who’s Who in America for decades. During 26 years at Hershey, he was production manager of the Hershey Chocolate Plant. He retired in 1996 and became an international consultant, specializing in the food industry. G1untz was a member of the Wachesaw Plantation Club where he enjoyed playing golf, tennis and socializing. Throughout his life, he was a dedicated volunteer for many nonprofit and charitable organizations in the communities where he lived and worked. 7, 1948, in Bishopville, the son of Willie David Mc Cutchen Jr. He was a member of First Baptist Church, the Billy Douglas Sunday School Class and the Winyah High School Class of 1970. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, especially his grandchildren. Georgetown, SC 29440 or to Tidelands Community Hospice, 2591 N. Campbell of Summerville; his stepbrother, Vernon P. Since moving to Pawleys Island, she loved sitting on the beach and watching the ocean or observing the variety of birds on the backyard feeders as golfers passed by. He grew up in the Bronx and had lived in North and South Carolina since 1981. Scott, who was known as Jimmy, was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed spending time with his family.