Tim (Thomas Marion) Cox
Tim (Thomas Marion ) Cox, 70, of Surfside Beach, SC, passed away on Wednesday, August 23, 2023. He was born in Florence, SC on July 2, 1953, and was raised in Cheraw, SC. Tim was a son of the late Reuben Lewis Cox and Estelle Cox Hutchens of Cheraw, SC.
He enjoyed friendships of his childhood and current co-workers. His interests were playing golf, fishing, and greatly appreciated football.
Tim graduated from Cheraw High School in 1971. He was a loyal worker, supporting his Dad operate his business in Cheraw, Standard Oil & Ice Co.
Along with his parents, Tim is predeceased by his brother, Reuben Lewis Cox, Jr. (RL), of Burlington, NC.
He is survived by his daughter, Jennifer Cox Glantz of Hartsville, SC, and his sister, JoAnne Cox Williams (Cliff) of Sullivans Island, SC, as well as two nieces and one nephew.
“It is in dying that we are forgiven, and born to eternal life.”
Tammy Shaw Gulledge
CHESTERFIELD – Ms. Tammy Shaw Gulledge, age 57, entered into rest on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at her home. Funeral services were held at 3:00 PM Sunday, September 3, 2023 from the Chapel of Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home by Pastor Jimmy Knotts and Pastor Marty Shaw. There will be a private burial at Lower Macedonia Memorial Gardens at a later date. The family greeted friends from 2:00 – 3:00 PM Sunday, prior to the service at the funeral home and other times at the home of her mother, Mrs. Pat Shaw.
Ms. Gulledge was born May 25, 1966 in Chesterfield, SC a daughter of Patti Crowley Shaw and the late Billy S. Shaw. She was an employee of the Tobacco Market in Cheraw, and enjoyed working with crafts, and finding a deal at the thrift stores. Her greatest passion in life was being “Na-Na” to her grandchildren.
In addition to her father, Tammy was also preceded in death by her daughter, Nina Lynn Moore.
Survivors include her son, Nicholas Gulledge of the home; daughter, Crystal Gulledge of Patrick, SC; grandchildren, Daulton Brown, Justin Huntley, Lyndon Carver, and Jace Evans; mother, Patti C. “Pat” Shaw; brother, Sammy Shaw of Patrick, SC; nieces and nephews, Sheila (Bone) Allen, Justin (Stephanie) Shaw, and Amber (Justin) Bouknight; great nieces and great nephews, Stormy, River, Jayson, Julee, and Dagger; special friends, Tim Creech, and Lisa Polson; sister-in-love, Pamela E. Williamson; brother of the heart, Marty (Tammy) Shaw.
Memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105
Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home (www.mrcfuneralhome.com) of Chesterfield, SC is serving the Gulledge family.
Bryan E. Sellers
JEFFERSON – Mr. Bryan Edward Sellers, age 42, entered into rest on Saturday, August 26, 2023. Funeral services were held at 4:00 PM Thursday, August 31, 2023 at Ruby Baptist Church by Pastor Ronald Thurman and Brent Taylor with burial following in the Jefferson Cemetery. The family received friends from 5:00 – 7:00 PM Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at Ruby Baptist Church, 23 Market Street, Ruby, SC.
Bryan was born October 25, 1980 in Florence, SC a son of Nannie Lou Deese Sellers and the late Edward Augustus “Ebbie” Sellers. He was a 1999 graduate of New Covenant Christian School and received his tool and die technician degree from Northeastern Technical College. Bryan was a member of Ruby Baptist Church where he served on the security team. Following his passion of mentoring and developing young athletes, Bryan coached Jefferson Dixie Youth for many years and was the current head coach of the Carolina Sandlappers Baseball Team.
Bryan received the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout and loved sharing those character traits with his son, Lex. He was a true shoe enthusiast and an avid South Carolina Gamecocks fan. Bryan also enjoyed working with and modifying his cars and was the proud owner of his dream car, the Toyota Supra. He had a special place in his heart for animals, and enjoyed taking Lex hunting along with “Fergi” the cat.
Survivors include his wife of 17 years, Crystal Threatt Sellers of the home; 10-year-old son, Edward Alexander “Lex” Sellers; mother, Nannie Lou Sellers of the home; father-in-law, Richard E. “Ricky” Threatt of Jefferson, SC; mother-in-law, Tammy (Jerry) Withrow of Jefferson, SC; brothers-in-law, Kyle (Ashley) Threatt, and Jerry “Lil Jerry” Withrow, Jr. both of Jefferson, SC; and sister-in-law, Keysha O’Neal; nieces and nephews, Makayla O’Neal, Drake O’Neal, Kyleigh Threatt, and Kayden Threatt; brother of the heart, Trey Gaskins of Chesterfield, SC; in addition to numerous friends and extended family.
Memorials may be made to Ruby Baptist Church, P.O. Box 5, Ruby, SC 29741 or to the Carolina Sandlappers Baseball Team, c/o Crystal Sellers, 91 J.L. Love Rd, Jefferson, SC 29718.
A loving son, husband, and father, his memory will live continually!
Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home (www.mrcfuneralhome.com) of Chesterfield, SC is serving the Sellers family.
David A. Sherbine
LAKELAND, FL/BRENTWOOD, PA – Dr. David A. Sherbine of Lakeland, Florida and Brentwood, Pennsylvania, died on August 30, 2023 after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Born on February 21, 1945, in Wilmore, Pennsylvania, he was the youngest son of Carl and Anna Jane (Holsapple) Sherbine. He was preceded in death by his parents and by his daughter Karri, who died in 1983. David is survived by his best friend of 55 years, Jo Ann (Gundlach) Sherbine and by their children: Kristofer (Mei) Sherbine of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Kreg (Angela) Sherbine of Montgomery, Alabama; Kevan Sherbine of Roy, Utah; Karen Sherbine of Lakeland, Florida; and Dr. Kortney Sherbine of Brentwood, Pennsylvania. Six grandchildren also survive him: Alexandra, Nicholas, Cindy, Nathaniel, Miranda, and Simon. Other survivors include David’s brothers, Marlin (Teresa) of Somerset, Pennsylvania and Dr. Bruce (Patricia) of Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, and sisters-in-law Carol Long (Richard) of Lakeland, Florida, and Linda Gundlach of Lakeland, Florida, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Over the years David also parented three children temporarily: Kim, Kimberly, and Jamie.
David spent 42 years providing educational leadership in the public schools of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and South Carolina. When approaching and following retirement he and Jo Ann served in the music ministries of multiple churches in South Carolina.
A memorial service celebrating David’s life will be scheduled at a later date.
In 1972, while serving in a lay leadership role at Trinity Lutheran Church in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, David claimed Isaiah 6:8 as a guide for his life. This created an avenue for a lifetime of victories and challenges, successes and defeats.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation in David’s memory to a charity of your choice focused on education or music, or to the group home where Karen lives. For more information, contact email@example.com.
To God be the glory!
Mary Ruth Short
LANCASTER – Miss Mary Ruth Short, age 93, entered into rest on Friday, August 25, 2023. In honoring Miss Mary Ruth’s wishes, a private graveside service was held at Westfield Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Cheraw, SC officiated by Brent Taylor.
Miss Short was born November 11, 1929 in Chesterfield County, SC a daughter of the late James Eddie and Wincie Mangum Short. She was a graduate of Zoar High School and received her B.S. Degree from Winthrop College. Mary Ruth grew up attending Westfield Creek Baptist Church and joined First Baptist Church of Lancaster after relocating to that area. She was very active in her church and enjoyed working in the children’s ministries. She was a retired employee of The Springs Company and a former employee of the Bank of Lancaster. Mary Ruth was a humble servant of God, always seeking ways to bless and take care of others.
In addition to her parents, Miss Short was also preceded in death by her mother that helped raise her, Ethel Lee Short; and brother, James M. Short.
Survivors include her sister, Jacqueline Short White of Mineral, VA; nephew, Jim (Lori) Short of Lancaster, SC; nieces, Mona (James) Campbell of Chesterfield, SC, and Gretchen (Matt) Jaroweski of Mineral, VA; numerous great nieces and great nephews; long-time caregiver and family friend, Vicky Sanders; and her extended family at Spring Hill Assisted Living of Pageland, SC.
Memorials may be made to Connie Maxwell Children’s home, P.O. Box 1178, Greenwood, SC 29648
Miller-Rivers-Caulder Funeral Home (www.mrcfuneralhome.com) of Chesterfield, SC is serving the Short family.
Kenneth Edward Winburn
CHERAW – It is with great sadness that the family of Kenneth Winburn, announces his passing on August 29, 2023.
Kenneth was proud to tell people he was from Patrick, SC. As a child, he spent his summer days with a cane pole and a can of worms at Campbell’s Lake or Sugar Loaf Mountain Pond. Otherwise, you would find him swimming with his buddies at Ingram’s Mill. Kenneth cherished those friendships and memories of his childhood. This carried over into adulthood where his love of community inspired his service as Mayor of Patrick for two terms.
His career in Textile Management lasted over four decades beginning with Cheraw Yarn Mill and ending with Highland Industries. During his career, he took great pride in his work and the people he worked alongside. This cultivated into some of the most wonderful friendships and relationships that gave him pleasure.
Friends and Family will remember him for his quiet nature, but his quick wit would grab their attention. His love of telling stories from his childhood entertained those closest to him. Throughout his life, he was drawn to the outdoors and enjoyed activities like fishing, hunting, golfing, and camping. His one constant joy was working in his yard, a trait he inherited from his mother.
Remembrance of his life will be carried on by his wife of 44 years Betty, his son, Brian (Bryn), and his grandchildren. Along with one sister, Diane Winburn Dyches (David).
Kenneth was preceded by his parents John William and Margaret Pate Winburn, brothers John Pate and Joseph Larry, and his first family, wife Erma and children Phillip and Douglas.
In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that donations be made to charities of choice.
The family requests their privacy at this time.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date.