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Brown Funeral Home and Eternal Gardens
502 Hampton Road
Greer , SC 29651
(864) 877-1770
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Hillcrest Memorial Gardens and Mausoleums
815 East Wade Hampton Boulevard
Greer , SC 29651
(864) 879-3819
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Sullivan BROS Mortuary Inc
Po Box 173
Greer , SC
(864) 877-2581
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The Wood Mortuary Inc
300 West Poinsett Street
Greer , SC 29650
(864) 877-3351
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Previous generation paved way for family - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
David Ashmore. (Page 2 of 2) It also created strong bonds that are apparent today. “Richard’s boys are like sons of mine,” says Russell Ashmore. It often seems that way in the Taylors/Greer community. “When people ask, ‘How is your dad?’ I know they mean my uncle,” says David Ashmore, “because they’ve seen us together so much.” Each of the four holds adistinct area of responsibility in the day-to-day operations, in a pattern that seems well-planned for decades. Mark (55 now and about 13 when he began pouring weekends and summers into the business), serves as president and is in charge of estimating; David (53) handles the long-term projects, which sometimes can mean two years; Rick (51) directs the finances/legal/human resources aspects; and Greg (47) leads the construction management, overseeing project managers on each job. The team benefits from rules put into place a generation ago. “They had the foresight to put in rules that keep animosity low,” says Greg. “None of us take things from the company; we don’t service our family vehicles in the shop, and we all get the same pay. The older we get, the more all that makes sense.” Another strict rule: Any conflicts are discussed the day they occur. “We straighten out our differences that day — you don’t take it home with you,” says Russell. Good thing. When the clan isn’t at work, they’re often together for vacations, holidays, church activities, and hanging out in general. All four brothers/cousins enjoy pheasant and quail hunting, sometimes as far away as South Dakota. Rick and Greg are partners in a farm/cattle operation. Mark and David are more often into water sports. All are married, with nine children and one grandchild among them. All attend Taylors First Baptist Church and are involved with various ministries within the church. David Ashmore says the unusually tight bonds in the family business can be explained in one word: trust. “We all trust each other. That thinking carries into every part of our lives,” he says, adding that it is also the cornerstone element of the business. “There are not just five people here doing all the work. We’ve been successful because we have people who have worked here 20-, 30- and 40-some years, and they’ve built trust in one another,” he says. “I’m proud of the family name, but this really isn’t about the last name; we have a lot of g...

Recovery continues to build in Upstate - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Owings said. Tom Dillard, owner of Dillard-Jones Custom Homes, is among the local home builders benefiting from the increasing Greenville County permit totals. His Greer-based company has about 10 new homes in various phases of construction. “We have, in the last three to four weeks, seen probably more interest in building homes than we have in the past three or four years. There is a remarkable difference in the amount of interest and activity,” Dillard said. “Every spring, things tend to pick up a little bit, but this is definitely a different amount of activity than in previous years, even in the spring time.” The region had unusually big years for new construction in 2005-07, with 9,705, 9,467 and 8,023 permits, respectively. Those totals fell to 4,643 in 2008; 2,623 in 2009; and 2,472 in 2010. They began to rise in 2011, when 2,643 permits were issued. John Beeson, president of Mark III Properties, a real estate development company based in Spartanburg, said his company stopped buying and developing subdivision lots when the economy sunk to its lowest point. Lately, the company has purchased “quite a few subdivisions” in Greenville County that were “under water or shut down” by the economy. Beeson said his company is going into such developments, improving them, re-permitting them and selling the lots to builders. Now, he said, most of those subdivisions have been bought by developers or builders and “there’s not very many subdivisions sitting idle with no activity,” because of improvements in the building industry here. Vitner of Wells Fargo said the Upstate is more blessed with its economy than the nation as a whole. Nationwide, building permits in March were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 747,000, up 4.5 percent from the revised February rate and up 30.1 percent from March 2011. (Page 3 of 3) New home construction is expected to increase about 10 percent this year and multifamily apartment construction will be up 20 to 30 percent, Vitner said. The nation as a whole is seeing limited gains in industrial construction, a little bit of retail and practically no office development, he said. That’s not as true in the Upstate, he said. Dale Akins, president of The Market Edge, said every market covered in his quarterly report, which includes areas in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky, experienced an increase in building permits in both year-over-year and quarter-by-quarter comparisons. Some of those increases, such as those in the Upstate, were substantial, he said, but “I wouldn’t call it a surge.” “I think it’s just a sign that employment is getting better,” he said. “The housing market is completely driven by jobs, so when you look at a macro level change l...

Eunice Alene Taylor Orso - Brewton Standard

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Alabaster; 16 grandchildren and a number of great and great-great-grandchildren.Funeral services were held Thursday, April 5, at 2 p.m. at Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home with the Rev. Doug Greer officiating. Burial followed at Fort Crawford Cemetery with Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home directing. Condolences may be sent and obituaries can be read at

Disaster relief organization moving HQ to Greer - Greenville News

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
A non-profit organization that responds to major disasters has moved its headquarters from Florida to Greer. Disaster Relief and Disaster Training has opened in its new based on Johns Road, near Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport. The organization moved there from Jacksonville because the Upstate “gives us a better range of deployment,” said Wayland Wiseman, the company’s chief operating officer and co-founder. “If you were to put a 500 mile circle around Jacksonville, half of it is in t...

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
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) ...

Police seek burglary suspect; schools taken off lockdown - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Police are pursuing a man suspected in an attempted home break-in at the Hammet Farms subdivision in Greer. Four nearby schools which had been secured since Wednesday morning are off lockdown, according to the school district. Riverside High, Riverside Middle, Buena Vista Elementary, and Woodland Elementary went on lockdown soon after an alarm went off at about 10:15 a.m. at 31 Hayfield Lane, according to Greer Police Lt. Jim Holcombe. Police arriving at the scene spotted a white male, 5-6 to 5-9...

Balance evident as schools wrestle in the titles - Greenville News

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Walker would get back down to 126 for the stretch run. By earning its 10th county championship, Hillcrest broke a tie with Mauldin for second place. Eastside has the most county titles with 14. Greer has the other two, including the first in 1978.

Hillcrest earns three-peat - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Such. Mauldin’s Charlie Cook won his second straight county title, placing first at 122, and Travelers Rest’s June Downs claimed the 197-pound crown and improved to 35-1. Greer had two champions: Jalen Chapman at 128 and Storm Nelson at 147. For the top six finishers in each weight class, go to

Area man gunned down; trap range closes - Carmi Times

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
January 2011 issues of The Times: Nola Pretzsch Blanton, 89, Richmond Heights, Mo.; Milas "Sonny" Cozart, 86, Carmi; Wanda Etienne, 95, Carmi; Leonard Fishback, 89, Carmi; Elsie Greer, 88, Sullivan, Mo.; Mary A. Gumbel, 84, Chandler, Ind.; Albert Holtzclaw, 92, East Cape Girardeau; Wayne Logan, 90, Canton, Ohio; Vicky L. Moore, 56, Grayville; Vonda F. Ritcheson, 85, Carmi; Russell F. Terrell, 86, Carmi; Mary Lucille DeWitt, 89, Springerton; J.W. "Bill" Dorris, 72, Ocala, Fla.; R.A. "Ray" Raben, 84, Carmi; Tammy Shepard, 48, Carmi; Jack R. Swain Sr., 58, Grayville; C.G. Vande Stadt, 81, Carmi; Veda Vickery, 91, Marion; Mary L. Ward, 98, McLeansboro; Constance Fenwick, 68, Evansville, Ind.; Duane R. Mason, 71, Grayville; Joyce U. Melton, 89, Indianapolis, Ind.; Paul U. Postel, 81, Grayville; K.R. "Chetty" Proctor, 83, Mt. Carmel; L. Ray Renshaw, 77, Carmi; Lucille Rodgers, 76, Evansville, Ind.; Ralph O. Tarrant, 99, Omaha; Linda Warren, 50, Eldorado; Perry Warren, 90, Elkville; Kel Bratton, 92, Laguna Beach, Calif.; Hazel Colclasure, 81, Burnt Prairie; Naomi H. Foster, 82, Mt. Vernon, Ind.; Carolyn J. Holland, 72, Carmi; Curtis G. O'Dell, 64, Cave-in-Rock; Jim Sullivan, 77, Enfield.

Hillcrest boys, Mauldin girls head to tourney - Greenville News

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Bojangles Holiday Bash at Boiling Springs. The other teams in the girls field are Gaffney, Spartanburg, Dorman, Butler (N.C.), R.J. Reynolds (N.C.) and Parkview (Ga.). The Greer FCA Christmas Classic boys tournament at Greer and the Lady Sandlapper Holiday Classic girls tournament at Eastside are scheduled to begin Wednesday.

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