Mr. Clark Julius
Stuckey, son of the late George and Donella Stuckey, was born in Lee County, South
Carolina, on May 16, 1956. He departed this life on Tuesday, August 18. 2009.
Clark was educated in the public schools of Lee County. At an early age, he joined Springhill
United Methodist Church,
where he remained a member until his eternal rest.
He dedicated thirty
years of service to BBA Fiberweb. He was well-known, well-liked and loved in
his community. He never met a stranger.
He felt that his ability to work on cars was a gift from God and he always wanted to share his skills with others.
He leaves to cherish
his loving memories his devoted wife, Alma; two daughters, Nicole and Wanda; one son, Jeremy; nine brothers and sisters, Homer
(Beverly) of Jackson, MS,
Mary Williams, Ethel Warren, Patricia, George A. and Hazel all of Rembert, South
Carolina, Brenda (Johnnie) Washington of Farmington Hills, MI, Shelia (Reginald)
Minnigan of Suffolk, VA, Janice (Mitch) Wideman of Myrtle Beach, SC, three aunts, Lola Robinson of Camden, SC, Geneva Lloyd of Rembert, SC, and Minnie Crew of Bronx,
NY; three uncles, Claude Brisbon
of Rembert, SC, Curtis Brisbon and Larry Brisbon both of Washington, DC; six brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, James (Gwen),
Gregory (Melissa), Karen (Leo), Bryan, Janice (James), Rebeka (Leverne) and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and
Flora L. Washington
and peacefully on the day of August 17, 2009, our dearly beloved Flora Louise Washington answered God’s beckoning
call to come home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Evangelist Washington, affectionately called “Ninny” by family
and friends, was born in Camden, South Carolina,
on December 7, 1952. She was the daughter of the late Flora Jefferson. Flora was a 1971 graduate of Camden High School. She worked for Clemson University
Cooperative Extension Services for 27 years.
an early age she accepted Christ as her personnel Savior and later become a member of Greater Faith and Joy Tabernacle. She served on the Pastor’s Aid Committee, the Food Ministry, and she taught
bible study. Her initial sermon was her favorite scripture the 23rd
her lifetime, she touched so many people and she led several people to Christ. She
enjoyed cooking and catering. To know her was to love her. She had a great sense of humor and part of her ministry was trying to keep her cousin, Marvin, straight.
was preceded in death by her mother, and three siblings, Theodore Carlos, Lorenzo Carlos and Carolyn Jefferson. She leaves
to cherish her loving memories, two sons, Jermaine Thomas and Michael Thomas both of Columbia, SC; a granddaughter, Yvonne
Thomas of Columbia, SC; five brothers, Lewis Jefferson of Camden, SC, Howard Jefferson of Kentucky, Jimmy Jefferson of Pennsylvania,
Eddie Jefferson of Columbia, SC and James Jefferson of Atlanta, GA; one sister, Mary Thomas of Camden, SC; one special sister,
Ruby Tillman of Camden, SC; one aunt, Janet Arthur of Camden, SC and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Mr. Robert Lee
Nelson was born on January 13, 1958, to the late John Woods and the late Ethel Nelson. He entered into eternal life on August 11, 2009.
from Jackson High School. He was employed by at Hillcrest
Middle School as a Custodian and a Bus Driver for seventeen years. He was a member of Household of Faith in Camden,
South Carolina, where he serves as a deacon of the church.
He was preceded
in death by his wife, Shirley Nelson; his mother, Ethel Nelson; two brothers, George Nelson and Baby Boy Nelson; his grandmother,
Queenie Starling and god-mother, Elizabeth Woods.
leaves to cherish his precious memories, two sisters, Pansy (Alphonso) Rembert of Bishopville, SC and Patricia Nelson
of Cassatt, SC; one brother, Thomas (Virginia) Woods of Cassatt, SC; one daughter, Sandra Parker; one son, Howard Parker;
two grandsons; two granddaughters; one god-son, Pastor Greg Jackson; two uncles, Willie James Nelson of Lugoff, SC and Joe
Nelson of Atlanta, GA; one aunt, Ora Lee Nelson of Lugoff, SC; and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.