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Cox Funeral Home Inc
201 River Street
Belton , SC 29627
(864) 338-8333
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Garden of Memories
Honea Path Highway
Belton , SC 29627
(864) 338-7022
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Holloway s Funeral Home
101 Holloway Boulevard
Belton , SC 29627
(864) 338-5200
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Bob Baird's final salute to loyal readers - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Tracy and I once got to share a quiet half-hour conversation with Helen Hayes and there was a time I used to get calls from convicted killer Belton Brims from prison in New Jersey. Longtime ties The Houstons weren’t the only family to resurface in my life decades after our first contact. I was working the desk on Sept. 15, 1979, producing the next day’s Sunday edition, when we learned Nyack toddler Joel Sonnenberg had been burned over 90 percent of his body when his family’s car was rammed by a truck at a New Hampshire toll booth. The driver was arrested but skipped out on his bail and disappeared. Joel survived, but suffered disfiguring burns that required scores of surgical procedures. When Janet Sonnenberg wrote a book about her son’s ordeal, a column I had written about photos of the crash and new ones of one of Joel’s birthday parties, graced the book jacket. Then, in 2004, Janet called me out of the blue. The fugitive trucker had been caught. A few days later I was in a New Hampshire courtroom when he saw Joel Sonnenberg for the first time. Joel played high school soccer, was a student leader in college and has toured with the Rev. Billy Graham. I’ve known Lois Bohovesky since she founded the Hudson Vagabond Puppets, which still charm children here and across the country more than 30 years later. On the morning of Oct. 29, 1980, we learned first that her daughter Paula was missing and later that she had been found murdered blocks from her home. I’ve been writing about Lois, Paula and her brother Peter ever since and about the effort to keep Paula’s convicted killers behind bars. After more than 25 years as an editor, it was telling a love story about a month into my tenure as a columnist in 1999 that made me realize how much I love to write. We noticed side-by-side obituaries for George and Clara Lawrence, who were classmates at the old Liberty Street School and Nyack High School. When they graduated, she went to nursing school and he went to war and was wounded several times on the Normandy beaches. They were hardly ever apart in 54 years of marriage in New City and Florida. But with a great-granddaughter on the way, they tried to move back, closer to Rockland. On the trip north, they died three days apart. Their daughter Carol Kepler and son-in-law Roy allowed me into their lives to tell their love story. They, too, have popped up in other columns since then. (Page 3 of 4) There were other love stories, too, like the one shared by Arthur and Grace Huggins, who broke color barriers when they moved to Nanuet. When I met them, they were ...

Wren, Mauldin each win twice at IP Classic - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
International Paper Classic at Georgetown. Wren, No. 3 in Class AAAA, lost to No. 2 Carolina Forest (3-1) and No. 6 Lexington (9-0) before bouncing back to beat No. 9 Mauldin (4-1) and Belton-Honea Path (12-0), which is No. 4 in Class AAA. Mauldin lost to Lexington (9-3) and to Wren, but the Mavericks were victorious against Carolina Forest (3-1) and Greenville (7-5), which is No. 2 in Class AAA. Greenville defeated Georgetown (8-7) and lost ...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Mill) 113 – 1. Cortez Starkes (Greenville), 2. Tyler Turner (Fort Mill), 3. Levi Joly (Bluffton) 4. Jordan Ludd (Blue Ridge) 120 – 1. Terence Gore (Chester), 2. Seth Frase (Fort Mill), 3. Kyle Lowe (Belton-Honea Path), 4. Label Lewis (Hilton Head) 126 – 1. Clay Walker (Eastside), 2. Dylan Gary (Belton-Honea Path), 3. Jalen Chapman (Greer), 4. Mike Miller (South Point) 2. Jacob Simmons (Eastside), 3. Tony Patton (Chester), 4. Austin Farmer (Bluffton) 138 – 1. Lealon Comer (York), 2. Cameron Pike (South Pointe), 3. Coleman Gary (Belton-Honea Path, 4. Forest Touchberry (Chapin) 145 – 1. John Van Slooten (St. James), 2. Nick Leitten (Fort Mill), 3. Chris Bloch (Dreher), 4. Kyle Sayre (Daniel) 152 – 1. Dominick Davis (Chester), 2. Derk Rothermel (St. James), 3. Manako Peay (Nation Ford), 4. Joseph Desjardins (Myrtle Beach) (Page 3 of 3) 160 – 1. Markevis Duncan (Nation Ford), 2. Matt Westbury (West-Oak), 3. Scott Swindell (Chapin), 4. Rainey Moore (York) 170 – 1. Devin Lawrence (Chapin), 2. Gregg Johnsen (St. James), 3. Zack Farmer (Belton-Honea Path), 4. Michael Mockridge (Fort Mill) 182 – 1. Nick Sinicrope (Fort Mill), 2. Cody Brundage (Chapin), 3. Matt Rudy (Cane Bay), 4. Chris Scott (Eastside) 195 – 1. June Downs (Travelers Rest), 2. Mike Fernandez (Eastside), 3. Nick Bautista (Hilton Head), 4. Corey Morgan (South Pointe) 220 – 1. Austin Brown (St. James), 2. Joseph Holland (Wade Hampton), 3. Brandon Owens (Chapin), 4. Kyle Burton (Socastee) 285 – 1. David Ratliff (Battery Creek), 2. Craig Burton (Socastee), 3. Tre Long (Eastside), 4. Devin White (Walhalla) CLASS AA/A 106 – 1. Anthony Zovich (Carolina), 2. Luke Curtis (Chesterfield), 3. Nathan Brazel (Gilbert), 4. Mikey Pascual (St. John’s) 113 – 1. Ethan Nobles (Aynor), Malcolm Jones (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Josh McDermett (Adademic Magnet), 4. Devin Needs (Chesnee) 120 – 1. J. J. Johnson (Hanahan), 2. Dylan Altman (Buford), 3. Jacon Lanford (Woodruff), 4. Randy Medina (Columbia) 126 – 1. Landis Hiers (Bamberg-Erhardt), 2. Cody Pirkle (Emerald), 3. Dillon Haney (Blacksburg), 4. Mikel Nelson (Columbia) 132 – 1. Xavier Johnson (Edisto), 2. Garrett Woodworth (Blacksburg), 3. George Kerhualas (Emerald), 4. Jared Maltby (Chesterfield) 138 – 1. Tahj Gilliam (Woodruff), 2. Lane Alling (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Dakota Stewart (Liberty), 4. Jacob Hopper (Newberry) 145 – 1. Nate Harper (Columbia), 2. Player Long (Bamberg-Erhardt), 3. Zac Stacy (Aynor), 4. Travis Hinson (Chesterfield) 152 – 1. Dennis Flores (Hanahan), 2. Dustin Martin (Chesnee), 3. Brandon Cheatham (Ninety-Six), 4. Taylor Elizondo (Timberland) 160 – 1. Eddie Emery (Ninety-Six), 2. Darren Jones (Edisto), 3. Devin Wilson (Loris), 4. Gabe McCall (St. Joseph’s) 170 – 1. Mark Moody (Bamberg-Erhardt), 2. Nick Clark (Strom Thurmond), 3. Chris Dyer (Gilbert), 4. Bernard Harmon (Timberland) 182 – 1. Rondreas Truesdale (Indian Land), 2. Carlos Dubois (Eau Claire), 3. Matt Uselman (Liberty), 4. Di’Ontrey Gibbons (Marion) 195 – 1. Daniel Witmore (North Central), 2. Devarius Brunson (Lake City), 3. Ben Glace (Abbeville), 4. Anthony Lewis (Swansea) 220 – 1. Dajuan Griffin (Loris), 2. Tony Whitley (Carolina), 3. Dillon Holliday (Abbeville), 4. Malcolm Nazon (Bishop England) 285 – 1. Gage Cervenka (Emerald), 2. Quintin Lewis (Cheraw), 3. Marc Morris (Indian Land), 4. David DeLeon (Bamberg-Erhardt) ...

Norman Krim, Who Championed the Transistor, Dies at 98

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
He also realized that the small tubes could replace cumbersome packs that hearing-aid users had to strap onto themselves in those days. “Zenith, Beltone, Sonotone are some of the American companies that used his improved, more affordable hearing-aid technology,” said Chet Michalak, who is writing a biography of Mr. Krim. “His devices were about the size of today’s hand-held phones.” They were also a precursor to the transistor hearing aid his team later developed. Norman Bernard Krim was born in Manhattan on June 3, 1913, one of four children of Abraham and Ida Krim. His father owned several luncheonettes. By the age of 12, he was tinkering with the refrigerator motor in his home. After graduating from George Washington High School at 16, he was accepted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where in his junior year he built an “electrical brain” that, according to newspaper articles at the time, seemed to be able to make childlike choices, deciding whether it preferred beets or spinach, for example. “He considered it a carnival act,” Mr. Michalak said. Raytheon hired Mr. Krim after his graduation in 1934, at 50 cents an hour. By the time he left the company in 1961, he was vice president of the semiconductor divisions. Mr. Krim’s wife of 52 years, the former Beatrice Barron, died in 1994. Beside his son Robert, he is survived by another son, Arthur, and four grandchildren. Another son, Donald, a leading film distributor, died in May. After leaving Raytheon, Mr. Krim bought two electronics stores in Boston called RadioShack. By the time he sold the business to the Tandy Corporation two years later, it had seven stores; today the chain has about 7,300. Mr. Krim was a marketing consultant to Raytheon and several other companies until 1997. (New York Times)

Elon knocks off Paladins - Greenville News

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Paladins. Freshman Dominic Early scored a career-high nine points. Mike Hamilton added 11 points and Ryley Beaumont grabbed 11 rebounds for Elon. Belton native Lucas Troutman got in early foul trouble and was held to nine points. The Paladins return to conference play Saturday with a 7 p.m. visit to Davidson.

Clay W.G. Fulcher - Times Record News

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
SCUBA diver, and Sunday school teacher, elder and trustee at Taylor Lake Christian Church. He and Ann moved to Belton, TX in 2005. He was devoted to the men’s Bible Study group at Temple Bible Church and periodically commuted to Johnson Spaceflight Center up until the time of his passing. Clay was truly an officer and a gentleman, always ready with a word of encouragement for others, and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Ann Arledge, four sons and spouses; Clay, Jr./Christina, Huntsville, AL, Sam/Janie, Temple, TX, Roy/Becky, Monument, CO, and Joe/Kayse, Houston, TX, 11 grandchildren and spouses; Sam/Melissa, Sarah/Zach, Joe/Emily, Ben/Meagan, Nate, Ryan, Kella, Jackson, Coleman, Maggie and Korrie, and great granddaughter, Emma Kate. Predeceased by brother Henry, he is also survived by brother Joe/Jane, sister in law Ria June Fulcher, nieces, nephews, cousins and aunts. Visitation will be in Crockett, Texas at Callaway Allee Funeral Home at 5 o’clock on Thursday, October 20. Graveside services will be held at Evergreen Cemetery in Crockett at 2 o’clock on Friday, October 21. A memorial service will be offered at Taylor Lake Christian Church, 1730 Old Kirby Road, Seabrook, Texas at 2 o’clock on Saturday, October 22. In lieu of flowers, donations to Salvation Army, Navy SEAL Foundation, or charity of choice are gratefully accepted. Condolences for Mr. Fulcher may be left at online obituaries www.callawayallee.com.

Mr. Football finalists include Rowe, Hannon - Greenville News

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Carley Hoover, Anna Hughey, Corie Crawford and Samantha Young, Daniel; Taylor Underwood, Chandler Moore and Michaela Leslie, Pickens; Anna Wofford and Leslie Lanson-Scribner, Seneca; Elizabeth Keown, Belton-Honea Path; Kristen Smith, West-Oak; Alex Moran, Walhalla. Player of the Year: Finley Wiles, Daniel. Coach of the Year: Joy Stewart, Daniel.

Ban 'bath salts' to limit danger - Greenville News

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
The News. Enforcement will begin in within days, the newspaper reported. State lawmakers had a bill before them last session that didn’t make it out of committee. The bill was proposed by Belton Republican Rep. Anne Thayer. It should have been passed. Thayer, quoted in The News, aptly summarized the main concern with this drug: its appeal to kids who might not otherwise be tempted to try illegal drugs. “It’s going to be the kids that go, ‘It’s must not be that bad — they’re selling it over the counter,’” Thayer told the newspaper. If a federal ban is not in place come January, lawmakers should act quickly on a ban as soon as they return to Columbia so that this dangerous drug is not readily available in South Carolina.

Ban 'bath salts' to limit danger - Greenville News

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
The News. Enforcement will begin in within days, the newspaper reported. State lawmakers had a bill before them last session that didn’t make it out of committee. The bill was proposed by Belton Republican Rep. Anne Thayer. It should have been passed. Thayer, quoted in The News, aptly summarized the main concern with this drug: its appeal to kids who might not otherwise be tempted to try illegal drugs. “It’s going to be the kids that go, ‘It’s must not be that bad — they’re selling it over the counter,’” Thayer told the newspaper. If a federal ban is not in place come January, lawmakers should act quickly on a ban as soon as they return to Columbia so that this dangerous drug is not readily available in South Carolina.




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