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County says good-bye to Gene Faulkenberry
‘The epitome of what public service should be’
Faulkenberry Funeral - Flag Raising
Firefighters use ladder trucks from Lugoff Fire-Rescue and the Camden Fire Department to raise a large American flag in front of First Baptist Church of Camden for Gene Faulkenberry’s funeral on Dec. 27. Faulkenberry, Kershaw County’s director of safety and emergency services, died suddenly on Dec. 21. (Johnny Deal/Bowtie Photography)
Hundreds of people gathered at First Baptist Church of Camden on Dec. 27 to say good-bye to a man considered to be the epitome of service to Kershaw County: Gene Faulkenberry. Faulkenberry, the county’s long-time director of safety and emergency services, died suddenly on Dec. 21 at the age of 62.