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Woodruff, South Carolina Funeral Homes
6995 Highway 101 N
Woodruff, South Carolina 29388
(864) 476-9898
257 N Main Street
Woodruff, South Carolina 29388
(864) 476-3600
519 Workman Avenue
Woodruff, South Carolina 29388
(864) 476-3411
Woodruff, South Carolina Obituaries and News
Charles (Chuck) Howard Bowling Jr. February 16, 2017

Chuck was an avid UT football fan and was happiest when he was coaching youth football or working deep sea fishing charters in South Carolina. He had great passion for his dogs, Bud and Dallas, who, like many, will miss him dearly. Chuck is preceded in ... (Daily Times)

Prep girls basketball: Gulf Coast faces another big challenge in first regional finals February 16, 2017

“She’s just a flat-out scorer,” Sharks coach Mark Woodruff said of Ingram ... The Mustangs featured 6-3 South Carolina recruit LaDazhia Williams, who scored 29 points but fouled out late in the fourth quarter. The Sharks also have Mya Giusto ... (Naples Daily News)

JAMES “JIM” EVERETT LYNCH February 16, 2017

James (Jim) Everett Lynch of Laurens, South Carolina died on January 28 at the age of 84 years old in Houston, Texas after a brief illness. Jim was born in Barnum, Iowa in 1932, son of the late Robert Emmett Lynch and Ann McCarty Lynch. He is survived by ... (The Messenger)

Condemnation efforts start to obtain rights of way for Atlantic Sunrise pipeline February 16, 2017

Minor modifications are planned to compressor stations in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina along with work at above-ground facilities in North and South Carolina ... a full list of obituaries, links to comics and puzzles and the most recent news ... (Central Pennsylvania)

Quinn’s to Host African-American Artists Auction February 15, 2017

A native of South Carolina, Simpson overcame both childhood illness and ... of his friends and contemporaries — including Beauford Delaney, Norman Lewis, Hale Woodruff, and John Biggers — and other established and aspiring New York artists. (Falls Church News-Press)