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Johns Island, South Carolina Funeral Homes
3407 Old Pond Road
Johns Island, South Carolina 29455
(843) 559-0341
Johns Island, South Carolina Obituaries and News
John Wevers, ex-Copiague High School marching band director, dies at 65 February 14, 2017

A graduate of Deer Park High School and Long Island ... John, is especially huge because he was the family historian. Wevers also is survived by sons Douglas and John of Ontario, Canada; and another sister, Patricia Wevers-Heine of Myrtle Beach, South ... (Newsday)

Thaddeus Bryan Wester February 14, 2017

Dr. Wester was the first Mayor of the Village of Bald Head Island ... Tom of Greenville, South Carolina, and Amanda Kidd and husband Henry of Raleigh; a brother, Hut Wester of Henderson; eight grandchildren, Lee Pridgen, John Pridgen, Thad Wester ... (The State Port Pilot)

Charleston City Council to discuss resolution on I-526 completion project February 14, 2017

Charleston City Council will meet to discuss their support of Charleston County on the funding of the extension of Interstate 526 onto James and Johns Island Tuesday ... to piece together every side of a South Carolina toddler's multi-faceted adoption ... (WMBF NEWS)

Ralph Arndorfer February 13, 2017

Survivors are his wife, Doris of Beaver Dam; children, Peggy (John) Knothe of Johns Island, South Carolina, Steven “Chewy” of Beaver Dam, Mary (Darcy) LaVeau of Austin, Texas, Barbara (Matthew) McDonald of Northfield, Minnesota; grandchildren ... (WisNews)

Obituary: J. Bruce Duncan, former P&Z member, Waveny Care director February 06, 2017

John Bruce Duncan died on Friday, Feb. 3 at Waveny Care Center. He was 93. Duncan had lived in New Canaan for almost 60 years. He also maintained homes in Chatham, MA, and Sullivans Island, SC. He had been in good health until sustaining injuries in a fall ... (NC Advertiser)