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Vince Mintz

Sep 19, 1959 - Nov 30, 2023

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York, SC

Mr. Vince "Buster" Mintz, 64, formerly of York, SC, passed away Thursday, November 30, 2023 in Columbia, SC. Arrangements will be announced soon. To to the family or in memory of Vince Mintz, please

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Landon C. Adkins

Aug 28, 2006 - Feb 12, 2024

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York, SC

February 16, 2024 OBITUARY NOTICE: Landon C. Adkins, York, SC Mr. Landon Chance Adkins, 17, of York, SC, passed away Monday, February 12, 2024. Landon was born August 28, 2006 in Rock Hill, SC. He was a student at York High School. Landon was loved by so many and will be truly missed. Survivors are his parents Colin S. Adkins and Ashley D. Ramsey of York, SC; mother Bailey D Shirah; siblings Jackson K Adkins, Harper J Adkins, Paisley F Adkins, Logan Shirah, and Ellie Shirah; grandparents Steve and Kelly Adkins, Dale H Ramsey, Reba Munroe; Suzi Laney; and uncle Kyle Davis. To to the family, please

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Roy Edward Harrison, Jr.

Dec 16, 1956 - Feb 09, 2024

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York, SC

Roy Edward Harrison, Jr., of Blacksburg, SC, passed away Friday, February 9, 2024, at White Oak Manor in York, SC.He was born in Gaston County, NC, on December 16, 1956, to the late Roy Edward Harrison, Sr., and Sarah Ann Bell.Roy was a member of Sharon Free Will Baptist Church in Gastonia, NC.He is preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Sarah Asbury.Roy is survived by his brothers, Roger Asbury (April), Rick Asbury (Dawn), Kenny Asbury; sisters, Esper Wilkins (Gerald), Audrey Tarbush (Jimmy), Sybil McDowell; many nieces and nephews.A funeral service officiated by Pastor Odell Cook, will be held Tuesday, February 13, 2024, 3:00 pm, at Sharon Free Will Baptist Church, 410 Reese St., Gastonia, NC. The family will receive friends from 2 – 3 pm prior to the funeral service at the church. A burial will follow in the church cemetery.Memorials may be made to: Sharon Free Will Baptist Church, 410 Reese Street, Gastonia, NC 28056.The South Chapel of Greene Funeral Service is honored to serve the Harrison family.Condolences may be sent online at: www.greenefuneral.com.There are no gallery images.#recaptcha-container label {display: none}Upload a PhotoLabel: *Image: *Gallery:Obituary Photos Required Confirmation: Upload Gallery Image

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Robert M. Pearse Jr.

Apr 19, 1944 - Feb 01, 2024

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York, SC

Rock Hill, SC – Robert (Bob) M. Pearse Jr., 79, passed away on Thursday, February 1, 2024 at White Oak Manor in York SC. Born in Cleveland Ohio, Mr. Pearse was the only child of the late Robert M. Pearse Sr., and the late Emma Arline Bliss Pearse. Bob is survived by his loving spouse of 56 years, Janet; two daughters, Tammi Newell (Mike), and Christi Knight (Richard) both of Rock Hill, SC. He was the proud Pop of five wonderful grandchildren: Reagan, Pearse, Garrison, Emmett, and Emma. Bob began his broadcast career in 1959 at WDGO-FM in Cleveland, while attending high school. His family moved to Pinehurst, NC later that year, where he continued his broadcast career on the radio. In 1965, he joined the international Christian broadcast team of Trans World Radio and spent the next 5 years as an English announcer stationed on the island of Bonaire. It was while working there that he met the love of his life, Janet. They communicated via letters and were happily married in 1967. Upon returning to the United States, Bob worked at Films for Christ, a motion picture production company in Illinois. In the mid 1970’s he returned to North Carolina and began supplying news and sports stories to WRAL in Raleigh and WGHP in High Point, where he eventually became the weekend sports anchor. He was then offered a position as weekday sports reporter and weekend sports anchor at WSOC in Charlotte. His work there earned him the NC Sportscaster of the Year Award. In 1980, Bob left WSOC to begin an independent video production company called Sunbelt Video, which provided TV stations around the country with sports videos via satellite uplink. He also created and produced the “Inside NASCAR” TV show. In 1992 Bob joined WBTV as a news photographer and live truck operator. In 1999 he accepted a position as news director and anchor for CN2 in Rock Hill, SC, where he enjoyed mentoring new talent. After leaving CN2 in 2010, Bob’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to explore multiple endeavors before finally retiring in 2022. A service for Mr. Pearse will be held at First Baptist Church of Fort Mill, where Bob was a member, on Tuesday, February 13th from 6-7 pm with Pastor Ken Terry officiating. The family will receive friends from 5-6 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Mr. Pearse’s name to Trans World Radio (www.twr.org/ give) or the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation ( ).

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Mr. Robert Lee Russell

Mar 12, 1948 - Feb 01, 2024

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York, SC

Mr. Robert Lee Russell, 75, of York, South Carolina, passed away Thursday, February 1, 2024, at home. Mr. Russell was born March 12, 1948, in Columbia, SC, to the late Girley and Mary Elizabeth Carpenter Russell. He is survived by his wife Terry Whitfield Russell; his sons, Darvin Capps, York, SC, and Dustin Capps (Shelly Pettigrew), Summerville, SC; and his grandchildren, Colin Capps and Cadence Capps. He is also survived by his sisters, Mary Jane Russell, Thelma Russell, and Jenny Russell, and his brothers Rocky Russell, Tom Russell, Charlie Russell and Richard Russell. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date in Columbia, SC.

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Sue Martin Vines

Jul 26, 1942 - Jan 30, 2024

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York, SC

Sue Martin Vines, 81, of York, S.C. passed away on January 30, 2024 at home. Born July 26, 1942 in Jefferson County, Alabama, Sue was the daughter of the late Van Martin and Kathleen Fuller Martin. Mrs. Vines was also preceded in death by her brother, Ray Martin, and her grandson Evan Vines. Survivors include husband David Vines, daughter Rae Goforth (Rob), sons Brett (Toni) and Scott (Sara), five grandchildren, Katie, Zach, Jack, Jillian, and Axel, and five great-grandchildren, Zane, Skylar, Adalyn, Harper, and Emersyn. Her funeral will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at Greene Funeral Home, 2133 Ebenezer Rd., Rock Hill, S.C., with Pastor Michael Beeks officiating. The family will receive friends immediately following the funeral service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests those who wish to express sympathy to consider making a donation to Interim Hospice, 154 Amendment Ave., Rock Hill, S.C 29732 and Rawlinson Road Baptist Church, 1024 Rawlinson Road, Rock Hill, S.C. 29732. Condolences may be made at www.greenefuneralhome.net

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Joel Chuckie Carnes

Apr 21, 1950 - Jan 29, 2024

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York, SC

York -- Joel Chuckie Carnes, 73, of 933 Lucky Two Road, passed away peacefully at home with his daughters on Monday, January 29th, 2024, at his residence. Born in Lancaster, SC, he was the son of James Carnes and Effie Jacqueline Funderburk Carnes. Joel served his country and was a Vietnam era Marine. He formerly worked in tire production. Surviving Mr. Carnes are two daughters; Priscilla Underwood and Sarah Rosas, his sisters; Linda Case, Joann Paris and Vickie Ghent, three grandchildren; Robert Wayne Underwood Jr., Billy Tolson Threatt, and Ivan J. Rosas and two great grandchildren; James Gregory Ross-Underwood and Michael Jamie Underwood (MJ). In addition to his parents, Mr. Carnes was preceded in death by a son, Reggie Carnes, a brother, Jimmy Carnes and four grandchildren; Jamie Chuck Hall, Corey Bowers, Angel Rosas, and Timmy Joel Underwood (TJ). Contributions to memorial fund may be sent to his daughter, Priscilla Underwood, whom is making arrangements, via CashApp: $Underwoodpc Memorial/Celebration of life service will be held at Johnny Walker''s Burnt Mill Grocery at a later date. The Book of Memories is available at www.gordonmortuary.com. The Blacksburg location of Gordon Mortuary is serving the Carnes family.

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Joel Chuckie Carnes

Apr 21, 1950 - Jan 29, 2024

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York, SC

York -- Joel Chuckie Carnes, 73, of 933 Lucky Two Road, passed away peacefully at home with his daughters on Monday, January 29th, 2024, at his residence. Born in Lancaster, SC, he was the son of James Carnes and Effie Jacqueline Funderburk Carnes. Joel served his country and was a Vietnam era Marine. He formerly worked in tire production. Surviving Mr. Carnes are two daughters; Priscilla Underwood and Sarah Rosas, his sisters; Linda Case, Joann Paris and Vickie Ghent, three grandchildren; Robert Wayne Underwood Jr., Billy Tolson Threatt, and Ivan J. Rosas and two great grandchildren; James Gregory Ross-Underwood and Michael Jamie Underwood (MJ). In addition to his parents, Mr. Carnes was preceded in death by a son, Reggie Carnes, a brother, Jimmy Carnes and four grandchildren; Jamie Chuck Hall, Corey Bowers, Angel Rosas, and Timmy Joel Underwood (TJ). Contributions to memorial fund may be sent to his daughter, Pricilla Underwood, whom is making arrangements, via CashApp: $Underwoodpc Memorial/Celebration of life service will be held at Johnny Walker's Burnt Mill Grocery at a later date. The Book of Memories is available at www.gordonmortuary.com. The Blacksburg location of Gordon Mortuary is serving the Carnes family.

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Wilma Clapps

Apr 17, 1939 - Jan 28, 2024

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York, SC

On April 17, 1939, a beacon of class, elegance and unwavering faith entered the world, born to the proud parents, the late Arthur and Virginia Choate. Wilma Clapps, or "Auntie" as she was affectionately known for her bold and tenacious spirit, set the stage for a life defined by excellence, love, passion and an undeniable work ethic. On Sunday morning, January 28, 2024, Wilma peacefully transitioned to be with the Lord, leaving behind a legacy that will forever illuminate in our hearts. For 25 years, Wilma was a faithful employee of River Hills Country Club. Her presence became an integral part of the community she so dearly cherished; her commitment and work ethic unparalleled as she devoted herself wholeheartedly to service, earning the respect and affection of all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Beyond her professional endeavors, Wilma's faith was the guiding force in her life. A devoted member of Liberty Hill AME Zion Church, she not only attended services with a heart full of love, but also contributed selflessly to various church activities. Her unwavering dedication to her faith was a symbol of courage, inspiration and strength for those around her. Wilma was not just a woman of substance but a paragon of style and sass. Her impeccable taste and sense of elegance were evident in every aspect of her life. She was able to light up a room with her infectious laughter, while exuding a rare and captivating charm that left a lasting impression on all who crossed her path. In addition to her parents, a son whom she deeply loved, Eugene Clapps preceded her in death; along with several beloved siblings: John "Bubba" Choates; Elsie Weems, Neil "Perry" Choate, Jimmy Choate, and Doris Choate. Wilma's love for her family and friends knew no bounds, and her nurturing spirit created a haven of warmth and support for those fortunate enough to know her personally. She leaves behind to cherish loving memories two amazing and loving children, George "Ralph" Clapps II and Wilma "Jeanie" Williams; two brothers, Roy Choate (Cynthia) and Ray Choate, Sr.; five grandchildren: Gwendolyn "Renee" Clapps, Alicia Williams, Ginger Clapps, George Clapps III, and Demetrius Daniels; four beautiful great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and many special friends. In celebrating Wilma's life, let us remember the lessons she imparted--the importance of faith, the value of hard work, and the beauty of a life well-lived. May her legacy live on the hearts of those who were touched by her grace, style and unwavering love.

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Charles Richard Bowling

Feb 09, 1945 - Jan 20, 2024

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York, SC

Charles “Richard” Bowling, 78, of York, SC, went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Saturday, January 20, 2024. He was surrounded by his family, who loved him deeply. In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by his brother Ronald Bowling, and many extended family members. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Tonyi Gail Bowling, of York, SC; his daughters: Renee Comer, Jessica Ferrara and Kimberly Hixson, all of Rock Hill SC; six adoring grandchildren: Drew Comer, Dominic, Skylar and Nicholas Ferrara, and Adalyn and Sadie Hixson; and many more loving family and friends. A celebration of Richard's life will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, February 3, 2024 in the chapel of Bass Cauthen Funeral Home, 700 Heckle Boulevard Rock Hill, SC 29730. In lieu of flowers, lend a helping hand to someone in need and donate to Disabled American Veterans www.DAV.org or to a charity of your choice. Born February 9, 1945, in Petersburg, Virginia, he was the son of the late Oris Letcher “Dutch” and Myrtle Leigh (Brogan) Bowling. A self-described “Army Brat,” he, his parents and his brother Ronnie moved from base to base, finding adventure everywhere they could. At the age of 17, Richard enlisted in the Marine Corps, and completed his basic training at Camp Lejeune. His enlistment took him to California and then Cuba, where he was stationed during the Russian Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs invasion. In 1974, he married the love of his life, Gail, and they had three beautiful daughters: Renee, Jessica and Kim. They resided in Beckley, WV for 14 years, before moving to York, SC in 1988, where he resided until he passed. While living in York, he made many friends and built a career as a driver with the grocery chain, Winn Dixie. He reflected that he enjoyed the freedom to drive all over the Southeast United States, meeting new people and visiting cities along the way. Richard had a few favorite pastimes and hobbies, including sitting quietly on his front porch, bird watching, tending his flowers, coin collecting, and listening to blues concerts on his personalized stereo system. Every Saturday, he could be found at the local flea market, searching for rare coins to add to his collection and then making his “rounds'' to visit his grandchildren. Until they were too old to fit, he would bounce each one on his knee and sing, “Yankee Doodle went to town” as they giggled and bounced off with laughter. Known for his wit and humor, Richard made both family and friends laugh often. He was known to use idioms when speaking, saying things like, "there's more than one way to skin a cat," to explain his point. He also had a very serious side, and exuded strength and immeasurable determination. He overcame many obstacles in his life, including a discouraging prognosis 20 years prior- but he prevailed and continued to live life to the fullest until his passing. He will be remembered by those who loved him as being a man of integrity, strength and sacrificial love. In his later years, Richard came to faith in Jesus and would often tell his family that he was only here “by the grace of God himself.” He made a profession of faith before his passing and held firm to his decision. He experienced an extreme amount of peace in the last days knowing that he was “going home to be with Jesus.” He will be greatly missed, but will live on through those that he left behind. Feel free to leave the family your condolences via the guestbook provided. To to the family or in memory of Charles Richard Bowling, please

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Charles Richard Bowling

Feb 09, 1945 - Jan 20, 2024

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York, SC

Charles “Richard” Bowling, 78, of York, SC, went home to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Saturday, January 20, 2024. He was surrounded by his family, who loved him deeply. In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by his brother Ronald Bowling, and many extended family members. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Tonyi Gail Bowling, of York, SC; his daughters: Renee Comer, Jessica Ferrara and Kimberly Hixson, all of Rock Hill SC; six adoring grandchildren: Drew Comer, Dominic, Skylar and Nicholas Ferrara, and Adalyn and Sadie Hixson; and many more loving family and friends. A celebration of Richard's life will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, February 3, 2024 in the chapel of Bass Cauthen Funeral Home, 700 Heckle Boulevard Rock Hill, SC 29730. In lieu of flowers, lend a helping hand to someone in need and donate to Disabled American Veterans www.DAV.org or to a charity of your choice. Born February 9, 1945, in Petersburg, Virginia, he was the son of the late Oris Letcher “Dutch” and Myrtle Leigh (Brogan) Bowling. A self-described “Army Brat,” he, his parents and his brother Ronnie moved from base to base, finding adventure everywhere they could. At the age of 17, Richard enlisted in the Marine Corps, and completed his basic training at Camp Lejeune. His enlistment took him to California and then Cuba, where he was stationed during the Russian Missile Crisis and the Bay of Pigs invasion. In 1974, he married the love of his life, Gail, and they had three beautiful daughters: Renee, Jessica and Kim. They resided in Beckley, WV for 14 years, before moving to York, SC in 1988, where he resided until he passed. While living in York, he made many friends and built a career as a driver with the grocery chain, Winn Dixie. He reflected that he enjoyed the freedom to drive all over the Southeast United States, meeting new people and visiting cities along the way. Richard had a few favorite pastimes and hobbies, including sitting quietly on his front porch, bird watching, tending his flowers, coin collecting, and listening to blues concerts on his personalized stereo system. Every Saturday, he could be found at the local flea market, searching for rare coins to add to his collection and then making his “rounds'' to visit his grandchildren. Until they were too old to fit, he would bounce each one on his knee and sing, “Yankee Doodle went to town” as they giggled and bounced off with laughter. Known for his wit and humor, Richard made both family and friends laugh often. He was known to use idioms when speaking, saying things like, "there's more than one way to skin a cat," to explain his point. He also had a very serious side, and exuded strength and immeasurable determination. He overcame many obstacles in his life, including a discouraging prognosis 20 years prior- but he prevailed and continued to live life to the fullest until his passing. He will be remembered by those who loved him as being a man of integrity, strength and sacrificial love. In his later years, Richard came to faith in Jesus and would often tell his family that he was only here “by the grace of God himself.” He made a profession of faith before his passing and held firm to his decision. He experienced an extreme amount of peace in the last days knowing that he was “going home to be with Jesus.” He will be greatly missed, but will live on through those that he left behind. Feel free to leave the family your condolences via the guestbook provided. To to the family or in memory of Charles Richard Bowling, please

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