Aiken Obituaries

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  • Sunday | via The Aiken Standard 

    Magazine editor John Mack Carter dead at 86

    AP Photo/SJ, File Ladies' Home Journal editor John Mack Carter sits on his desk while surrounded by a group of feminists in his New York office who were seeking his resignation so that he could be replaced by a woman, on March 18, 1970. Carter, who led some of the nation's most popular women's magazines through the height of the women's rights movement, died at his home in Bronxville, N.Y., Friday, Sept.

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  • Sunday | via The Aiken Standard 

    Dempsey holds 1st challenge since mother's loss

    Thousands of runners took part Saturday in the sixth Dempsey Challenge, the first time the cancer support fundraiser in honor of Patrick Dempsey's mother has been held since her death. 'This year's Dempsey Challenge is difficult without our mother but she is with us in our hearts and minds,' Dempsey and his sisters, Mary and Alicia, said in a statement.

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  • Wednesday Sep 24 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Ribbonettes going pink for annual tea

    Aiken Standard File Photo Marion Angel accepts two pink carnations from Aiken Technical College nursing student Justin Kirkland at a previous Pink Ribbon Tea. Also pictured is Aiken Tech nursing student Sherry Fleming.

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  • Sunday Sep 21 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Police cruiser didn't have sensors to help dog

    Authorities said a cruiser where a police dog died after its air conditioning malfunctioned was not equipped with safety features to warn the vehicle was getting too hot. The bomb-sniffing dog with the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport died Tuesday, overheating while its handler was inside the airport on a call that didn't require the dog.

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  • Thursday Sep 18 | via Hoof Beats 

    Henry Nelson "Sandy" Morton, 67, dies

    He worked as an electrician and a USTA racing official as a patrol judge, starter, paddock judge and an associate judge in Delaware for 20 years before retiring. He enjoyed playing golf, annual trips to Las Vegas with his sons, volunteering at several horse trials in the area and most recently working with his dog Baxter to become a therapy dog for local hospitals and retirement homes.

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  • Tuesday Sep 16 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Bob Crewe, 'Walk Like a Man' writer, dead at 83

    Bob Crewe, co-writer of 'Can't Take My Eyes Off of You,' 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and many other pop hits, died last week. He was 83. Crewe's brother, Dan Crewe, said Monday in an email that the producer, songwriter and 'Jersey Boys' lyricist died Sept.

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  • Monday Sep 15 | via The Review 

    Tony Pezzano

    Born June 28, 1936, in Lisbon, he was a son of the late James A. and Eliza-beth Anne Pezzano. A veteran of the U.S. Army, he was a member of the New Lisbon Presbyterian Church and a graduate of Lisbon David Anderson High School.

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  • Monday Sep 15 | via Salem News 

    Tony James Pezzano

    Tony was born June 28, 1936 in Lisbon, a son of the late James A. and Elizabeth Anne Pezzano. He had worked at Freshmark as a lead man for 25 years.

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  • Monday Sep 15 | via The Edgefield Advertiser 

    Brenda LaBord

    Funeral services for Mrs. Brenda J. LaBord, age 61, who passed away Saturday, September 6, 2014, at her residence, were held 2 p.m. Thursday, September 11, at Jackson-Brooks Memorial Chapel, Aiken, S.C. with Dr. Robert LaBord officiating Burial followed in the Ebenezer AME Church cemetery.

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  • Friday Sep 12 | via The Star 

    Former Aiken officer and pastor Ike Lewis remembered

    Submitted photo Capt. Ike Lewis, the first African-American to reach the ranks of corporal, sergeant and captain in the Aiken Department of Public Safety, died Tuesday.

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  • Friday Sep 12 | via The Star 

    Former Aiken officer and pastor Ike Lewis remembered

    Submitted photo Capt. Ike Lewis, the first African-American to reach the ranks of corporal, sergeant and captain in the Aiken Department of Public Safety, died Tuesday.

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  • Thursday Sep 11 | via The Star 

    Aiken officers to attend Charleston deputy's funeral

    Staff photo by Stephanie Turner Members of Aiken Public Safety's honor guard, pictured here at a recent event, will attend Monday's funeral services for slain Charleston County Deputy Joseph Matuskovic. There will likely be swarms of officers present when a slain Charleston County deputy is laid to rest Monday, and among them will be several officers from Aiken County.

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  • Wednesday Sep 10 | via The Aiken Standard 

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  • Thursday Sep 4 | via The News-Messenger 

    Schlea, Esther Anna Wargowsky

    Be the first to share your memories or express your condolences in the Guest Book for Esther Anna Wargowsky Schlea. Esther Anna Wargowsky Schlea AIKEN, SC: Esther Anna Wargowsky Schlea, age 85, of Aiken, SC, passed away peacefully on August 27, 2014 at her beloved home in Aiken, SC.

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  • Aug 30, 2014 | via The News-Messenger 

    Schlea, Esther Anna Wargowsky

    Esther Anna Wargowsky Schlea AIKEN, SC: Esther Anna Wargowsky Schlea, age 85, of Aiken, SC, passed away peacefully on August 27, 2014 at her beloved home in Aiken, SC.

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  • Aug 29, 2014 | via The Aiken Standard 

    Former Jethro Tull bass player Glenn Cornick dies

    Glenn Cornick, the original bass player in the rock band Jethro Tull, died of congestive heart failure at his home in Hilo, Hawaii, on Thursday.

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