Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter, Julie E. Nichols and husband Bobby of Spartanburg; three brothers, Homer and wife Cindy of Texas, Aaron and wife Sandra of Clinton, SC, and Jerry and wife Donna of Whitmire; four grandchildren, Daniel and Elaina Hueble of Whitmire and Bobby Ray and Allison Nichols of Spartanburg. Painter was born in Union on May 11, 1928 a son of the late Monroe Lawson Painter and Dolly Tessnar Painter. Active pallbearers will be Justin Hart, Nicholas Hart, Christian Petty, Hunter Petty, Mark Spencer, Mathew Crocker, Andrew Crocker, and Tony Moss. O’Shields was born in Spartanburg Co., April 26, 1926 a daughter of the late Lecil and Ruth Lawson.The following are asked to form the honorary escort, Tim Pridemore, Ricky Black, Gene Gregory, Warren Jones and SGT. She was a graduate of West Springs High School and was a homemaker. O’Shields was a member of Putman Baptist Church for approximately 70 years.At 6-foot-6 and 400 pounds, George Gray never had a problem taking care of himself in the pro wrestling ring.But even a performer who terrorized opponents as the One Man Gang can admit he needs some help from others after the torrential rainfall that flooded Baton Rouge.
Randy began work in the public humanities in Florida in 1984 and was Associate Director of the Florida Humanities Council prior to coming to South Carolina. D in Religious Studies from Northwestern University.She was a Surviving are a son, Marshall O’Shields and wife Mary of Buffalo; two grandson, Dean of Seattle, WA and Jay and wife Rhonda of Olympia, WA; three great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; a sister Verlie Lawson of Inman; a brother, Mac Lawson of Spartanburg and several nieces and nephews.She was predeceased by two sisters, Arlee and Sidney, and three brothers, Lewis, Lamar and James. Gilliam was a graduate of Union High School and attended the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, where she was a member of the Alpha Chi Omega national sorority.An amateur archaeologist who has dug ten times in Israel since 1974, he is also an instructor at the University of South Carolina in the Religious Studies department.Why I’ve Been Involved in the Humanities for 30 Years Randy Akers will discuss the significance of the public humanities from his vantage point as Executive Director of SC Humanities.