To our wonderful brother, father, son, great friend and Angel to all..Always making people laugh and never separated without a hug.You are truly missed by all.. My twin brother my best friend my bodyguard even my dad when I needed it. Miss you and love you always..
Ronald Dexter Bennett, affectionately known as \"Ronnie Ron\" by family and friends was born on March 22, 1969 at Muhlenberg Hospital in Plainfield, New Jersey. Ron was the son of the late Ernest Jr. And Iola Bennett.
Ronald was a fabulous basketball player. He was a player in numerous leagues, as well as a coach and mentor,for youth leagues. Ronald was also involved in several bowling leagues and participated in karate competitions.
Dear Great Grandmother Lula,
I am so thankful to God that you were blessed with such long life. Your blessing of long life helped me to have such a look into your life as a child growing up. I will forever think so warm and fondly of all the times my Granddaddy Robert and Grandma Rose took me south. It was the highlight of my summers. I grew to love everything about you. The kind warm words, hugs, your hearty cooking, watching your every move. We are a blessed family to stand on the shoulders and the legacy that you left. You are missed each day, and I am so thankful my grandparents and my parents instilled in me that family is everything....and you need to know where it started. Thank you John & Lula...and Jesus for charting my course and the family I was born in...blessed beyond measure..
I Miss You Uncle J. Willie.....
to me you were more than an uncle...but a friend..
someone whom my Mom(kat) adored, Aunt Otelia
(tia) looked upon as her baby brother, & Uncle Robert (Bobby) loved you tagging along with him. This was family and I so appreciate knowing you were in my life. You are loved and missed. Sleep on in Paradise....Your Niece Robin
Great Granddaddy John we stand upon your shoulders. We honor your memory and thank you so graciously for the legacy you have left for our family. Continue to rest in Paradise. It is because of you we are...... Robin W.
John Ollie (O.) Prince was the son of the late John & Lula Prince. He was lovingly also known as (Uncle Doc) a nickname given by family members. He spent time living not only in his childhood home of McCormick SC where he was reared into adulthool but later joined some of his brothers who had relocated to Washington Dc for more opportunties. He was a loving and devoted son, brother, uncle and friend to many until he was called from labor to rest.
Strong, Proud, Intuitive, Loving
Compassionate, Smart, Unselfish
I could go on and on...
When God lead George to You
and the two became one... and at the right time I came to be
covered in a home of love and guided by strong firm hands it turned out to be a wonderfu plan. I miss You Momma and Daddy more each day but know we shall reunite in Paradise for our continued happy ever after. You were a loving and wonderful wife to George, daughter to Robert and Rose (Prince), and sister to: Otelia, Robert (Bobby), & James Willis (J. Willie) Love You More Each Day
Mrs. Moline Prince Harrison was born April 18, 1930. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John (Lula Ellen Lanham) Prince. She departed this life into the arms of Jesus on November 23, 2017.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. James Lee Harrison, great-grandson, Jatin Posey, and 12 siblings.
Fond memories are cherished by her son, Mr. Terence O. (Vickie) Kelly, of McCormick, SC, two granddaughters, Mrs. Verronda Jenean (Keith, Jr.) Canty of Simpsonville, SC, and Ms. Laneshia Lynette Kelly of the home, five great-grandchildren, Kerri Canty and Keith Canty, III of Simpsonville, SC, Justin Kelly, Grady Funches, Jr., and Jayce Kelly of the home, a sister, Mrs. Fannie Hardy of Atlanta, GA, three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Annie Tompkins of Detroit, MI, Mrs. Carrie Harrison of Greenwood, SC, and Mrs. Louvenia Prince of McCormick, SC, special friend and caregiver, Mrs. Rotonia Durant, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends, and co-workers.
Richard Prince the son of Lula and John Prince was a wonderful son to his parents. He loved returning home to visit his family in McCormick SC after moving as an adult to Washington DC for better opportunites. He joined three of his other brothers (Robert, Mansfield, and John O.) in the DC area. He also was called to ministry work and was an ordained minister. He faithfully served the Lord and loved his family. He was also helped raise three wonderful girls along with his late wife. He is thought of daily and missed by his family.
I thank the Lord for your life. Such a man of God (Bishop Robert Henry Prince - husband to Rose & father of Bobby, Otelia, Katherine, J. Willie) you were. I thank the Lord for you praying over your family and leading so many to Christ. I watched you love on your dear Mom to the blessed age of 108. I have such wonderful memories in my heart from a child through growing into an adult that will carry me until we meet again in paradise. Give my Grandma Rose a big hug. Please let my beloved parents (Katherine and George) know that I miss them and love them more and beyond measure each day. God Bless you Granddaddy....
To my granddadd love you so much and miss you always and I will never forget you as long as I live I no that you are one of the best angel in heaven but I aselfish I wish that you were still here love always your granddaughter Patricia riddick Leach
From Otelia Green on June 16th, 2018
I thank God for my Father
Bishop Robert H Prince [Icall Daddy]
I apprceiated and I thank God for him
Love you Daddy
To Bobby prince my daddy was the best dad in the world he took care of us when our mother died I miss him like it was yesterday dad I miss you everyday also my granddaddy was a great man his name of course is the great bishop r h prince he was a great role model and he is another person to whom I will always remember love you dad and grandaddy you both will be forever in my heart