Subject: COVID-19 Safety Plan- Putting Families First
We are privileged to serve those who desire our services during their time of need. We take the safety and health of your family very seriously. We always strive to exceed the expectations for every family, and will continue to do so during these challenging days ahead. We want to ensure you; we are taking extra precautions in our facility by sanitizing it daily. We need your help, COVID-19 is sweeping the nation and requiring our immediate attention and adjustments in the way we manage our services. Please be considerate and help us as we try to keep our families, staff and facility safe.
The management Eddie & Jackie Nelson and the Support Staff of Nelson’s Funeral Home sympathetically announce the passing of Mrs. Mary Lucille Hartin, 85, of Winnsboro, South Carolina.
Mrs. Hartin transitioned into eternity Tuesday, July 21, 2020, at her residence surrounded by her loving family.
On July 21, 2020, our heavenly Father called his daughter, Lucille Branham Hartin, home to be with him. She was born in Winnsboro, South Carolina on November 10, 1934 to the late Oswald “OG” and Janie Bunch. She was full of life and loved the Lord. At a young age, she gave her life to Christ and attended Church of God in Winnsboro until her health began to decline.
Among many things, she will be remembered for her loving heart and humble spirit. She leaves to cherish loving memories her daughter, Ann Raley and son, Jerome Branham, both of Winnsboro, SC; three sisters, Dot Dominy of Gaffney, SC, Betty (Bill) Parker of Orangeburg, SC and Judy (Roy) Gowing of St. Petersburg, FL. She also leaves behind six granddaughters and nine great-grandchildren.
Lucille was preceded in death by her first husband, Johnny “Possum” Branham and her second husband, Ed Hartin; three sisters and three brothers.
A private service will be held at a later date.
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