During her years as an Army wife and later in life she served as president of officers wives’ club, fundraiser for the Brussels American School booster club, substitute teacher, CPA assistant, travel agent, bank teller, assistant to the dean of students at Norwich University, secretary of Friends of the Sullivan Museum, and several terms as an elected member of the board of the Northfield, Vt., Public Library. Braman continued to enjoy international travel with her family and friends. Saturday at the Calvary United Methodist Church in Middletown. He attended Elizabethtown College and Temple University where he obtained a degree in chemistry. He loved the beach and had a sense of humor that will be missed, his family said. Interment with military honors will take place in Arlington National Cemetery. An avid golfer, she was a member of the Hound Ears Club in Blowing Rock. Traveling and playing bridge were among her favorite pastimes. Following graduation, he served in the Marine Corps in Korea during the Korean War.She was an avid golfer, mentor for the First Tee and member of the Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club. In addition to her husband, a retired colonel, she is survived by her children, William Braman, a retired lieutenant colonel; Col. Interment will be at the Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery in Exeter. He worked for General Aniline and Film Corp., better known as GAF, for 30 years and was the co-author of 16 patents. He was remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. Keeley; a daughter, Joanna Cribb and husband Royce of Hemingway; his grandchildren, Michael Cribb and Danielle Cribb of Hemingway; a great-grandson, Brantley Cribb of Hemingway; his sisters, Debbie Marinelli and Darlene Williams of Pennsylvania; his brothers, Robert Keeley and Ronald Keeley and wife Mary Jean, also of Pennsylvania; a brother-in-law, John Hermanowicz of Florida; and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Mercy Care of Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 8216 Devon Ct, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572. May 11 Frederick Taylor Nelson, a graphic designer and former Murrells Inlet resident, died May 3 in Danville, Ky., after a battle with cancer. He was born in Louisville, Ky., the son of Jackie and Morrison “Jug” Nelson. Her most fulfilling days were spent with Project Linus where she had the pleasure of making blankets for critically ill children. April 20 Lawrence Michael Bink of Pawleys Plantation died April 10 after a short illness. He returned home and attended Pasadena City College where he met his first wife, Kathleen “Kay” Schaller. She worked for Publix Food Market and relished greeting everyone with a welcoming hello.Matthew Braman; Alison Braman; Mario Schweizer, a retired major; Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jon Smith; Sgt. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Tee at Millet Rodger De Angles of the River Club, died Sunday at home surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife, Eileen Catherine O’Connell De Angles; his children, Millet De Angles and wife Debbie of Goose Creek, Jamie De Angles of Las Vegas, Nancy Van Der Riet of Pawleys Island, Frank De Angles and wife Mari of Homer, N. Another son, James Francis Keeley Jr., and two other brothers, John Keeley and Jerry Keeley, died before him. May 25 at Shepherd of the Sea Lutheran Church, where he was a member. Patricia Lanford Player of Pawleys Island died Saturday at her home. She was born in Columbia, a daughter of Louie and Lorraine Lanford. He grew up in Lexington, Ky., but considered Murrells Inlet his true home after residing there for nearly 30 years. She was a member of Elizabethtown Presbyterian Church. May 4 Jack Wayne Bridgeman of Pawleys Island died April 26 surrounded by loved ones. He was remembered as a Southern gentleman who rose from humble beginnings through his wit, charm and work ethic. They settled in Visalia, California and raised three children. Memorials may be made to the National Cancer Foundation. When she wasn’t working, she spent her time supporting and volunteering with All 4 Paws Animal Rescue in Pawleys Island.Y., Kate Howey of Positano, Italy, and Eileen Wallace and husband Bill of Mc Clellanville; his grandchildren, Vincent De Angles, Frank De Angles, Kristen De Angles, Maureen De Angles, Bryan Van Der Riet and Millet De Angles; and his sister, Carmie Kuzma of Palm Harbor, Fla. She owned and operated Community Florist at Pawleys Island for many years. Paul’s Waccamaw United Methodist Church, a member of the Red Hatters and a past president of the South Carolina Floral Association. He earned his degree in graphic design from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh before contributing his artistic talents to various media publications in New York (Mademoiselle), San Francisco (Determined Productions), Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills 213) and Murrells Inlet (Strand Media Group). Nelson, who was known as Taylor, also designed unique promotional posters and brochures for the Swamp Fox Players in Georgetown. She was married for 60 years to the late Charles S. She lived each day to the fullest, her family said. She is survived by her children, Susan Smith (Aubrey) and Samuel Puglia (Linda); five grandchildren, Chris Smith (Eve), Patrick Smith (Missy), Matthew Smith (Jessi), Samantha Staats (Tom) and Jake Puglia (Nicole); 11 great-grandchildren, Benton and Tyler Smith, Caroline, Mari and Grace Smith, Henry and Merritt Smith, Thomas and Alexandra Staats, and Treb and Annamarie Puglia; one brother, Worth Mason (Debbie); and her dog, Chloe. A graveside service was held Sunday at Elizabethtown City Cemetery. He was born June 27, 1936, in Bristol, Tenn., the son of William and Josie Marie Bridgeman. Bridgeman found his way to New Jersey where for 30 years he traveled the country as a motor coach driver for Starr Transit with his wife Rosemarie as tour director. He served as president of the Moose Lodge in Visalia, and on several financial boards in Tulare County. They were married for 20 years until her death in 2004. Bink moved from Visalia to Pawleys Island, where he enjoyed numerous rounds of golf and making great friends. Robin Victoria Everhart of Pawleys Island died April 11. She was remembered for her personality that could light up a room. Roberts attended graduate school at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and the Chicago Lutheran Theological Seminary. Roberts entered the Army Corps of Engineers Reserves and then went on active duty as a chaplain in 1966.He is survived by his brothers Ben (Julie) and Nick (Vonda); and five nieces and nephews, Katherine, Mc Kay, Sam, Nicholas and Noah. Box 911, Georgetown, SC 29442 or Brookgreen Gardens, 1931 Brookgreen Garden Dr., Murrells Inlet, SC 29576. His family said his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the true joy of his life. A celebration of her life was held Saturday at Island Bar and Grill.
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