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Cynthia Torr

Sep 14, 1932 - Oct 22, 2023

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Lancaster, SC

"Mrs. Cynthia McKibben Torr, 91, of Lancaster, widow of Kenneth A. Torr, Sr. , passed away Sunday, October 22, 2023. She was born September 14, 1932 in Fort Mill, a daughter of the late Thomas Jefferson McKibben and Annie Lane McKibben. A service to celebrate the life of Mrs. Torr will be held at a later date. Mrs. Torr is survived by a daughter, Cyndy Adams and her husband Earl; a daughter-in-law, Barbara Torr; five grandchildren, Alison A. Walters (Michael), Anna A. Plyler (Garrett), Jennifer ...Read More

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Johnny L. Clark, Jr.

Dec 08, 1945 - Feb 15, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

Johnny L. Clark, Jr., age 78, of Pageland, SC, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024 in Lancaster, SC. He was born on December 8, 1945 to the late Johnny L. Clark, Sr. and Grace Sellars Clark and is predeceased by his great grandson, Mika Foster Todd. Johnny was proud of his country and served in the US Marines. He was a man whose zest for life was as evident as the roar of the engines he adored. Johnny's passion for vintage automobiles and tractors was more than a hobby, especially working on them. His love for riding motorcycles was matched only by the freedom he felt with the wind against his face. He was a large supporter of the local AA Chapter in Pageland, SC and he would help anyone in need. Most of all, Johnny was a loving grandfather.He is survived by his ex-wife, Carolyn Clark of Pageland, SC; daughter, Johnnie Elizabeth Todd of Lakeland, FL; brother, Roy Clark (Carol) of Pageland, SC; grandchildren, Tiffney Todd of Lakeland, FL, Elizabeth Todd of Conway, SC, Justin Todd of Myrtle Beach, SC and Jonathan Todd of Conway, SC; nine great grandchildren; step-children,Micheal Laney (Jenny) of Ridgeland, SC and Scott Laney (Amy) of Camden, SC;  step-grandsons, Neal Bostian and Timmy Bostian both of Ridgeland, SC and one special step granddaughter, Gracie Anne Laney of Camden, SC.   Private Cremation arrangements as per family request. Arrangements entrusted to Baumgartner Funeral Home of Pageland, South Carolina (www.baumgartnerfh.com)

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Anthony L. Elder

Dec 22, 1964 - Feb 19, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

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Stan VanDerSnick

Mar 19, 1937 - Feb 18, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

"Mr. Stan VanDerSnick, 86, of Lancaster passed away Sunday, February 18, 2024. He lived a remarkable life – full of family, career accomplishments, hobbies and service to his community. Stan was born in 1937 in Geneseo, Illinois to parents Raymond and Esther VanDerSnick. After graduating from Bradley University as a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Stan embarked on accomplished engineering career spanning over 30 years. He worked as a design engineer for General Motors plants – AC Spark Plug in Milwaukee, WI and Guide Lamp in Anderson, IN. He then founded his own firm, Van’s Design Service in Elwood, IN. Above all, Stan cherished time spent with his wife of 63 years, Virginia VanDerSnick, who he always called the light of his world. Stan met Virginia while in college, and they raised three sons – Blaine (Jo), Roger (Dawn), and Jason. He was the proud grandfather of Megan, Nicole, Samantha; and great-grandfather of Adrian and Karelyn. Stan loved the outdoors, especially bird hunting and walleye fishing near their summer place on Eagles Nest Lake near Ely, MN for over 20 years. He was locally famous for feeding the duck families who would come running at the mere sight of him, earning the nickname “Duck Commander.” In Lancaster, Stan was an active member and deacon of the Oak Ridge ARP Church, the Charlotte Rifle \u0026amp; Pistol Club, as well as a life member of NRA. He volunteered his time for local causes he believed in such as Hope and was an Earth Team Volunteer of the U S Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, then employed as a Conservation Aide. Always friendly and quick to lend a hand, tell a joke, or share one of his many stories to all who knew him, Stan embodied a caring nature combined with midwestern charm and wit – he never met a stranger. Stan leaves behind his wife, Virginia; their three sons and extended family; as well as his many close friends and all those whose lives he touched with his generosity, humor and adventurous spirit. A memorial service will be held on Friday, February 23, 2024 at 3:00 p.n. at Oak Ridge ARP Church Lancaster, followed by a visitation at the fellowship hall. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Stan’s memory to Oak Ridge ARP Church, 2774 McIlwain Road, Heath Springs, SC 29058. Stan VanDerSnick will be dearly missed and always remembered for his love of life that brough joy to so many people. Lancaster Funeral Home \u0026amp; Cremation Service is serving the family of Mr. VanDerSnick."

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Ronald Ricks

Mar 28, 1948 - Feb 17, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

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Dr. Patricia Taylor

Dec 12, 1957 - Feb 16, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

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Patricia Eileen (Tiffany) Erdos

Oct 12, 1942 - Feb 16, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

"Patricia Eileen (Tiffany) Erdos, 81, resided in Lancaster, South Carolina with her husband Ed. They chose to retire in Summerfield, Florida from May of 2005 until February 2022 and had previously been residents of Edinboro, PA for 34 years. Pat and her husband Edward were married on June 12, 1965 in Johnstown, PA. While in Florida, Pat enjoyed swimming, gardening, cooking, baking, reading, playing cards and games with ladies’ groups, as well as spending time with her faithful pet Sasha, her last Samoyed. Pat bred and raised champion Samoyeds (Eden Kennels) for more than 40 years. Pat and Ed enjoyed excursions with the Stonecrest Travel Club as well as trips, cruises, and gatherings with friends. Pat earned a BS degree in Health Education at Slippery Rock State College in 1964; acquired a graduate assistantship in the English Department at Edinboro University in 1979 where she completed an English teaching certification; Pat also completed an M Ed. Degree in English at Edinboro University of PA in 1981. She was selected as a Gannon University Writing Fellow in the Northwestern PA Writing Project in 1986. After college graduation, Pat taught Health and Physical Education at Butler High School in Pennsylvania where she completed her student teaching. She also taught at Shaw High School in East Cleveland and Berea High School, Ohio until 1968 when she resigned to raise her family. During her first years of teaching, Pat actively coached many athletic sports including synchronized swimming. She mentored twirling groups and feature twirlers, cheerleaders, modern dance clubs, and drill teams. After completing studies as a graduate assistant in the English Department at Edinboro University, Pat taught English at McDowell High School and Saint Benedict Academy in Erie. She then taught at Cambridge Springs High School (Penncrest Board of Education) for 20 years. While at Cambridge Springs High School, Mrs. Erdos served as the English Department Chairperson for more than ten years. Mrs. Erdos completed an Advanced Placement Instructor certification to enable her qualified AP students to earn college credits for high school English classes. Pat especially enjoyed writing and fostering a love of creative writing in her students through the annual publication of Bridges, a literary journal. It was created, edited and published by her Senior Honors English class. Writings were submitted from students in grades 6-12, parents, grandparents, faculty members, administrators, and occasionally guest authors and residents of the community. Pat facilitated the Bridges publication from 1984 through 2001, and for several years, it earned EXCELLENT ratings in Student Literary Magazine competitions sponsored by NCTE, National Council of Teachers of English. Additionally, Mrs. Erdos was a judge for the PA Writing Assessment in 1992 as well as the PA Scholastic Writing Competition and Keystone Awards 1985-1990. After their graduations, former students nominated Mrs. Erdos for several Outstanding Teacher Commendations, Impact Teacher awards and Who’s Who Among American Teachers. For more than a decade, Pat actively participated as an instructor in Edinboro University’s Learn to Swim Program which her husband initiated and directed as a community service project and fundraiser for the EUP Swimming team which he mentored. Born October 12, 1942 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania to Thomas Harry and Ruth Geraldine (King) Tiffany, Pat is survived by her loving husband of (58 years in 2023), a daughter, Dr. Tiffany Brocious and her husband Robert, of Winchester, Virginia. Their daughter Lauren and her husband Jeremy Oberholtzer reside in Richmond, Virginia with their son Davis. Kaitlyn resides with her parents in Winchester, VA. Pat is also survived by a son, Edward Matthew Erdos, his wife Dr. Monica (Dean) Erdos of Lancaster, SC and their three daughters, Alexia (Erdos) Walker of Mayville, New York, Alainia Erdos of Pennsylvania, and Marley Morendo who lives in NC. Pat is survived by three sisters and one brother: Kathleen Durst of Summerfield, Florida; Geraldine Wissinger of Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Ruth Michelle Yoder of Altoona, Pennsylvania, Thomas Albert Tiffany and his wife Darlene (Brant) of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Pat was an aunt to 13 nieces and 8 nephews as well as 33 grandnephews and nieces, and a great-grand son. Pat spent her life trying to make a positive difference in the lives of many who needed encouragement and personal support. She felt blessed to be a teacher and to mentor student teachers from Edinboro University. Pat enjoyed being part of a large Christian family when she grew up, and most of her early friends were cousins within walking distance of her home. Family holidays and gatherings were full of great food, love and laughter. She thoroughly loved following her children as they pursued their high school and college endeavors. She often said that the Lord always provided our family with enough blessings to live full, contented lives. Pat asks that memorial donations be made to the Benedictine Sisters @ Mount Saint Benedict, 6010 Eastlake Road, Erie, Pennsylvania 16511 to continue their many missions which care for underprivileged children and for their Food Kitchen mission to feed Erie’s poor and needy population. She deeply admired the sister’s devotion to comforting and assisting others."

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Johnny L. Clark, Jr.

Dec 08, 1945 - Feb 15, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

Johnny L. Clark, Jr., age 78, of Pageland, SC, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2024 in Lancaster, SC. He was born on December 8, 1945 to the late Johnny L. Clark, Sr. and Grace Sellars Clark and is predeceased by his great grandson, Mika Foster Todd. Johnny was proud of his country and served in the US Marines. He was a man whose zest for life was as evident as the roar of the engines he adored. Johnny's passion for vintage automobiles and tractors was more than a hobby, especially working on them. His love for riding motorcycles was matched only by the freedom he felt with the wind against his face. He was a large supporter of the local AA Chapter in Pageland, SC and he would help anyone in need. Most of all, Johnny was a loving grandfather.He is survived by his ex-wife, Carolyn Clark of Pageland, SC; daughter, Johnnie Elizabeth Todd of Lakeland, FL; brother, Roy Clark (Carol) of Pageland, SC; grandchildren, Tiffney Todd of Lakeland, FL, Elizabeth Todd of Conway, SC, Justin Todd of Myrtle Beach, SC and Jonathan Todd of Conway, SC and nine great grandchildren. Private Cremation arrangements as per family request. Arrangements entrusted to Baumgartner Funeral Home of Pageland, South Carolina (www.baumgartnerfh.com)

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Eric Stephen Pettit

Dec 18, 1958 - Feb 14, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

"Mr. Eric Stephen “Steve” Pettit, 65, of Lancaster passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2024 at his home. He was born December 18, 1958 in Lancaster, a son of the late Joseph Franklin Pettit, Jr. and Eleanor Constance Harper Pettit. Mr. Pettit was a very talented building contractor. He had the ability to construct a masterpiece from a small sketch. He was an exceptional craftsman when it came to installing moldings. Mr. Pettit also loved to farm. He enjoyed the outdoor life, including horseback riding, watching wildlife and fishing. Mr. Pettit was a devoted family man and loved his family very much. He was very outgoing and enjoyed daily conversations with his many friends. A service to celebrate the life of Mr. Pettit will be held Friday, February 16, 2024 at 11 a.m. at St. Luke United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dr. Barry Allen and Rev. Douglas Pate officiating. Inurnment will be private. Mr. Pettit is survived by his wife, Tammy Cauthen Pettit of Lancaster; a daughter, Paige Pettit and her boyfriend, Chance Jordan of Lancaster; two brothers, Adrian Pettit and his wife Denise and Bryan Pettit and his wife Lisa all of Lancaster; a sister, Pam Vaughn and her husband Randy of Lancaster; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Friday, February 16, 2024 at St. Luke United Methodist Church and other times at the home of Steve and Tammy. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, 128 Stonemark Lane, Columbia, SC 29210. Lancaster Funeral Home \u0026amp; Cremation Service is serving the family of Mr. Pettit."

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Aron Rosboro

Oct 12, 1943 - Jan 31, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

Aron Rosboro Aron Rosboro, 80, died Wednesday, January 31, 2024 Funeral Service was held Thursday, February 8, 2024, at 2:00 P.M. Crawford Funeral Home, Rev. Billy Barnes officiated burial in Lancaster Memorial Park. Aron Rosboro, a son of the late Mary Talford was born October12, 1943 in Lancaster, SC. Survivors include three sons, William Drakeford of Fort Mill, SC, Aaron Roseborough Jr of Richmond, VA, Jeffery Roseborough of Lancaster, SC, two daughters, Cynthia Holloway of Lancaster, SC, Deloris Bouleware of Great Falls, SC, 18 grandchildren. CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS CONDOLENCES CAN BE SENT TO CRAWFH@COMPORIUM.NET To to the family or in memory of Aron Rosboro, please

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James Casey, Jr.

Died : Feb 07, 2024

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Lancaster, SC

James Casey, Jr., age 81, of Kershaw, S.C., passed away, Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center, Lancaster, S.C. Born in Springfield, TN, he was a son of the late James C. Casey and Margaret Eskew Casey. Mr. Casey was a computer technician and a United States Army veteran. He also enjoyed his Studebaker car.He is survived by his wife, Helma Boeck Casey; children, Clayton Casey, Cathy Casey Nale, Lisa Casey, Faron Casey, Karl Otto and Angie Otto; his brother, Richard Joe Casey; his sister, Barbara Sweett and several grandchildren and great grandchildren.No services will be held at this time.Arrangements are under the care of Baker Funeral Home, Kershaw, S.C.

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