Fred Belton

Born: Wed., Jan. 19, 1938
Died: Tue., Dec. 27, 2011


Memorial Service

1:00 PM Fri., Dec. 30, 2011


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Mr. Fred Belton, 73, of 4821 Bellfield Road Ridgeway, South Carolina, died Tuesday, December 27, 2011.

Memorial Services will be held Friday, December 30, 2011, 1:00 p.m. at Nelson's Funeral Home Chapel, 270 N. Dogwood Avenue, Ridgeway, South Carolina 29130.

Fred was the oldest of three siblings and was born in Blythewood, South Carolina on January 19, 1938 to the late William “Bootee” and Annie B. Belton.  

Fred was baptized at White Oak Baptist Church #2, Ridgeway, South Carolina.  He was educated in the public schools of Richland County.  For many years, he was employed at Richtex Brick, Columbia, SC, and until his illness, he also worked for Ridgeway Gold Mine.

Fred was a loving husband and father.  He loved his community and enjoyed playing baseball, working on cars with the guys, telling jokes and little white lies with friends in the "Fred" store.  He was truly loved and will be missed.

Fred leaves to cherish precious memories and celebrate his home-going: a dedicated and loving wife of forty eight years, Lois Harris Belton; children, Valerie Belton, Linda (Glendale) Qualls, and Henry Addison; a special granddaughter, Ms. Felicia “Peach” Belton (reared in the home); grandchildren, Martell, Javonte, D’Angelo, Tremel and Trevor; four great grandchildren; siblings, Lucille and Robert Belton, (also reared in the home) Emma Burgess and Ernest Belton; aunts, Sallie Lee Farrow, Josephine Brown, and Daisey Belton, and uncle, George Robertson; sisters / brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews and other loving relatives and friends.

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Elaine Williams Belton
   Posted Wed December 28, 2011
Linda,
I am truly sorry for you and your family''s loss. May God continue to strengthen and keep you all in His care. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. Elaine.


Melody Harris-Moore
   Posted Wed December 28, 2011
To the Belton Family,

We were truly saddened to hear of the loss of Uncle Fred. I have so many memories of Uncle Fred. As a child, I would look forward to getting off the school bus at the store because (1) I wanted to add some afternoon snacks to a growing tab and (2) I enjoyed watching Uncle Fred maintain order. Being well respected by so many in the community,
Uncle Fred will certainly be missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

With love and sympathy,
Nick, Melody & NJ


Robert & Mary Harris
   Posted Wed December 28, 2011
To the Belton Family,

We were so saddened by the loss of Fred. Fred will be remembered as a hard worker, dedicated family man and a "true celebrity" amongst the Bellfield community.

"For each tear shed is a note to the heavens."

With our deepest sympathy,
Robert & Mary Harris

Krystal Harris
   Posted Wed December 28, 2011
To the Belton Family:

Words can''''t begin to describe how deeply sorry I am for the loss of Uncle Fred. I remember Uncle Fred as a man of great character. Uncle Fred found joy in working in the yard and relaxing in his car while listening to the radio. I am certain Uncle Fred''s laid back personality will forever be remembered by those that loved him.

With my deepest sympathy,
Krystal Harris

nellie alston
   Posted Thu December 29, 2011
my deepest sympathy to the belton family. may god ease your pain and dry your tears.

Menia Jones
   Posted Thu December 29, 2011
To the Belton Family..
Our prayers go out to you at this time of great sorrow. We know God always take his flowers not weeds. May Gods love keep you safe in his arms.

Menia and Edwin Jones....Columbia, SC

Tiffany K. Mickle
   Posted Fri December 30, 2011
To hear of Fred's passing on Tuesday morning, truly broke my heart. My childhood memories are of Fred and his store. There was no store around where I could get a soda, chips, and a bag full of candy, from top to bottom, for a dollar. He would open up early in the mornings so the kids could get their snacks when the bus stopped.

To his family, may God give you the comfort and peace you will need during this trying time. Fred will be greatly missed.

With my deepest condolences,
Tiffany and family

Linda Belton-Qualls
   Posted Sat January 07, 2012
Dear Daddy,
I just wanted to let you know how much I miss you. Not only were
youthe best father, but you was my best friend. Life is so hard without you right now. I keep telling myself, what if I would have done something different, that day you would still be here with me. I
understand God has a plan for everyone. Daddy I love you so much
right now my life has come to a halt. I love you.R.I.P

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