Carolyn Campbell Cooper died Sunday, October 3, 2010. Born in Camden, SC October 11, 1928, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Campbell. She resided at The Methodist Oaks in Orangeburg for the last eight years and was an active member of Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church in Camden for 55 years.
She is survived by her loving husband of 63 years, Laurin Cooper and two daughters; Linda Mundy of Raleigh, NC and Nancy Campbell of Camden; her three grandchildren, Chris Campbell (Lauren) of Camden, Laurin Sauls (Calvin) and Brandi Carroll (Josh) all of Raleigh and four great grandchildren. She was a devoted wife, mother and “Nana” and will be dearly missed.
Graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at 11:00 AM in Quaker Cemetery. Rev. Frank Griffith will officiate. The family received friends, Tuesday, October 5, 2010 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM at Kornegay Funeral Home Camden Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Mrs. Cooper’s memory to Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church, 1206 Lyttleton Street, Camden, SC 29020 or The Methodist Oaks, PO Box 9005, Orangeburg, SC 29116.
Kornegay Funeral Home Camden Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Online condolences may be sent to the Cooper family at www.kornegayfuneral.com.
Funeral services to celebrate the life of Ronald Nathan Haynes, II, of Elgin, will be held Thursday, October 7, 2010 at 2:00 pm at Kornegay Funeral Home, Lugoff-Elgin Chapel with burial to follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The family will receive friends Wednesday, October 6, 2010 from 6:00-8:00 pm at Kornegay Funeral Home Lugoff Elgin Chapel.
Mr. Haynes, II died Monday, October 4, 2010. Born in Columbia, he was the son of Ronald N. “Ronnie” Haynes, Sr. and Teresa Edwards Karr. He was an avid Clemson, Professional Wrestling and Nascar fan.
Surviving are his mother and step-father Gary Karr of Elgin; his father; sisters, Melissa Haynes of Fl., Brittney Haynes of Elgin; step-sisters, Stacey Knight of Kershaw and Lacey Banks of Cassatt; step-brother, Joshua Hammonds of Lugoff; maternal grandmother, Jewel Edwards of Elgin; paternal grandparents, Bill and Brenda Haynes of Lugoff; step-grandparents, Dale and Ruth Karr of Fayetteville, Ark., Dale and Betty Ray of Kershaw and Bo Hammonds of Pageland. He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Michael Edwards.
Kornegay Funeral Home Lugoff-Elgin Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Online condolences may be sent to the Haynes family at www.kornegayfuneral.com.
Susie King 71, of Timrod Road, Bethune, died Monday, October 4, 2010.
Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by Haile's Funeral Home.
Funeral service for Ellen Lane, 52, of Wateree Dam Road in Ridgeway will be held Saturday, October 9, 2010, 2 p.m. at Rock Hill Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery.
Friends may visit at 805 Longtown Road in Lugoff. Mrs. Lane died Saturday, October 2, 2010.
Collins Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Ann Elizabeth McKain
Ann Elizabeth McKain, of Decatur, Ga., died peacefully, surrounded by her loved ones, on October 2, 2010. She was a passionate teacher, psychotherapist, family member and friend. Loyalty was her watchword and she demonstrated her boundless loyalty over and over again to everyone she loved. Somehow she was always right there in a crisis, standing solidly by our side, never judging, always giving. Her passions embraced public education, the art of psychotherapy, music and song, American history, golf and travel. She leaves behind people who have enjoyed and benefitted from her expertise in each of these pursuits.
Ann was born in Camden, SC, on August 12, 1936, the daughter of Joseph E. and Edith Parler McKain. She attended the University of Georgia earning a degree in psychology. She then returned to Camden and taught history in the local public high school. Always outrageous and fearless, she told with great relish many stories of her years in Camden, a small Southern town with a tradition of wealthy conservatism. In the mid-sixties she returned to UGA and achieved a Doctorate in School Psychology in 1970. After working as a school psychologist for the Atlanta School System, she became instrumental in founding the Educational Psychology graduate department at Georgia State University. As her interest in psychotherapy grew, she steeped herself in the theory and practice of humanistic psychotherapy and transitioned from being a popular professor to being a respected psychotherapist. In each of these roles, she has touched the lives of countless students and patients with her warmth, acceptance, courage and joy in life.
Although her energy and enthusiasm was evident in all her activities, they were perhaps most obvious in her love of singing. She studied voice throughout her life, particularly enjoying singing old standards and Broadway show tunes. Always ready to break into song, she entertained often and encouraged others to pursue their musical talent with equal ardor. At 71 years old, she recorded her first CD, "No Regrets," a title that sums up her view of her life. The production of this album represents what Ann called her "path not taken" and she was delighted to share this part of herself with everyone. Days later she received the first diagnosis of lung cancer and lived valiantly and fully for the next two and a half years.
The other high point in her career was her election as President of the American Academy of Psychotherapists from 1994 to 1996, having served as Southern Region Chair and as a member of the Executive Council. Recently she was awarded the honor of being named a Fellow of AAP for her long and meritorious service in positions of responsibility as well as for the contribution of her musical talent, as she co-starred in a Cabaret production which raised $5000 for the AAP Trust Fund.
Ann leaves behind many who love her, most notably her partner Ruth Coody of Atlanta. She is also survived by additional family members, her younger brother Joe McKain, Jr, resident of Hendersonville, NC, his children, Elizabeth Nash, Heather Moore, and Patrick McKain, all of South Carolina, and their spouses and 10 children. Each of her nieces and nephews has known her as a strong, adoring aunt and protector.
A loving friend and teacher, a warmly intimate companion and a funny and courageous woman, Ann will be sorely missed. She made of her life a great and generous gift and we are all richer for having known her.
The family asks that, in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to Hospice Atlanta.
Cremation of the remains will be done by Wages and Sons in Stone Mountain. A memorial service will be held at a later date in Atlanta. Check Ann's page on The Caring Bridge website for more information.
Will Lou Pace
Funeral service for Will Lou Hyman Pace, 81, of Sumter, will be held Friday at 4:00 p.m. at Sumter First Church of God with burial to follow in Evergreen Memorial Park, Sumter. Rev. Ron Bower will officiate. The family will receive friends Thursday 6-8 p.m. at Sumter First Church God. Memorials may be made to A. Sam Karesh Long Term Care, PO Box 7003, Camden, S.C. 29021 or Sumter First Church of God, 1835 Camden Rd, Sumter, S.C. 29153.
Mrs. Pace, wife of the late Johnny Albert Pace, died Monday, October 04, 2010. Born in Horry County, she was a daughter of the late James Larry and Lula Jane Johnson Hyman. She was a member of the Sumter First Church of God and enjoyed reading and spending time with her family.
Surviving are her daughters and sons-in-law, Debbie Pace and Dale McCaskill of Camden, and Luanne Pace and Jeff Hart of Columbia; sister, Maxine Holmes of Conway; and grandchildren, Dale McCaskill, Jr., Lauren Elizabeth McCaskill, and Caroline Hay Hart. She was predeceased by sisters, Genewood Johnson, Ethel Lee Johnson, Eloise Hughes, Fancy Gore, and Betty Singleton.
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