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Funeral & Obituary News for Aiken, SC

Area Deaths
Savannah Morning News
Survivors include his three children, Janice Garner (Bill) of Warthen, Georgia, Gail Gnann (Howard) of Aiken, South Carolina and Deryl (Michelle) Maulden of Springfield, Georgia; 9 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held on ...

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ENGAGEMENT: Morgan – Bolin
Aiken Standard
Mr. and Mrs. Randall E. Morgan of Aiken, SC announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather N. Morgan of Aiken, SC, to John A. Bolin, Jr. of Aiken, SC, a son of John Bolin, Sr. of Gastonia, NC and Stacey Britton of Aiken, SC. The wedding is planned ...


JOHNSON, Helen Graham
Marietta Daily Journal
Helen retired from Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC after forty years of service. She will be remembered as a loving ... David Dickerson officiating. Watson Funeral Services and Crematory, 2300 Hwy 378, Conway, SC is serving the family. Please sign a ...


Fire damages Stuhr Funeral Chapel complex on Charleston's Calhoun Street
Charleston Post Courier
A fire Saturday night at the J. Henry Stuhr Funeral Chapel complex on Calhoun Street, one of downtown Charleston's main roadways, filled the Calhoun and Smith streets with fire equipment but did little visible damage to the building. Deputy Fire ...

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Deputy's funeral procession will close roads in West Ashley Monday
Charleston Post Courier
West Ashley motorists can expect traffic delays along major arteries Monday during the funeral procession for slain Charleston County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Matuskovic. Hundreds of law-enforcement officers from across the nation are expected to ...

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Man developed fear of losing job before police say he threw co-worker off ...
Charleston Post Courier
It sometimes rings, and relatives from the Northeast ask him whether they should make travel plans for the funeral. "I tell them that they're not going anywhere," he said. "There won't be a funeral until I see him again. I won't believe any of this ...

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