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Charles Muldrow

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Funeral service for Mr. Charles Muldrow will be conducted 2 PM, Friday, September 11, 2020 at Savannah Grove Baptist Church, 2620 Alligator Road, Effingham, South Carolina. Internment will follow in the Sunset Memory Gardens of Florence, directed by Smith Funeral Home of Florence, LLC.

Mr. Charles Muldrow was born on April 23, 1944 in Florence, South Carolina to the late John and Janie Muldrow. He passed away September 4, 2020 at MUSC-Florence Health Center in Florence, SC.

Charles Muldrow was preceded in death by his parents John and Janie Thomas Muldrow; two sisters, Maggie M. Williams and Alice Ratliff; and five brothers, Samuel Muldrow, Scofield Muldrow, Lecolia Muldrow, John Zack Muldrow and Thomas Muldrow.

Charles and Susan Theresa met in Florence, South Carolina and will have been married for 55 years as of October 16, 2020. From this union they have three sons, Donald Muldrow, Eric Trevor Muldrow, and Delane Muldrow; and one daughter, Monique Tracey Muldrow.

Charles Muldrow was employed at National Can for 35 years in New Jersey; after retirement he and his wife relocated to Effingham, South Carolina and worked at Budget Car Rental for 6 years.

Charles and Susan Theresa Muldrow joined Savannah Grove Baptist Church in 1999, where he served on the Usher Board. He also served as a Trustee at Savannah Grove in addition to any other way he was called to serve.

Charles never met a stranger and he was the friendliest and most kind person, but also a joker. He loved his family and friends and they loved him. He would give you the shirt off his back. He enjoyed music, sports, dancing, fishing, gospel music, the beach and church.

Charles Muldrow is survived by his loving wife, Susan Theresa Muldrow; one daughter, Monique Tracey Muldrow (Paul Temby); three sons, Donald Muldrow, Trevor Eric Muldrow (Sheila Muldrow) and Delane Muldrow; three grandsons, Lamar “Scooter” Muldrow, Kaceme Muldrow and Al Muldrow; one great grandson, Jace Muldrow - of New Jersey; one brother, Foster Muldrow of Florence, South Carolina; two sisters, Bessie Myers and Elizabeth Hines both of Brooklyn, New York; and a host of nieces and nephews who he called each his “favorites”.

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Words cannot describe what I am feeling. I give my condolences to the entire family. God rest his soul . P. Temby

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Uncle Charles, you will forever have a place in our hearts, and in the heart of your one true love, my Aunt, Theresa and her family. My prayers goes out to the family to persevere during these tumultuous times and know that God will watch over them in your stead until you all meet again. Love forever and always, God Bless... your nephew Melvin Wactor-Wright (Junior), Jenna Rice (my fiance), and my children Ronin, Madison, and Mckenzie

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Hello my brother, my friend, my uncle. Charlie I've known you all of my life. We grew up together as brothers and sisters. I'm already missing you. You know how much we loved and shared our watermelons. Whenever I eat a piece I will think of you. I know when Mama saw you she said come over here and let me pop that head. Going to South Carolina will not be the same without you there. Eternal Love - Lucy (Ceil)

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Uncle Charles will be loved and missed tremendously. He was always so fun loving and kept a smile on his face. He was always ready to make you laugh. Laughter is good for the soul. I'm praying for the family the stay strong and keep the warm, happy memories of Uncle Charles going. We love you and are praying for you. Love niece Lena

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

To my uncle/cousin Charles although you were taken from us and our pain a lifetime will last. I am blessed for the time you and aunty Thersa shared with me in Maryland. Your memory and smile will never escape me for each precious moment you gave us is priceless. So go and run free with the angels and please tell them to take good care of you for me. Your loving niece/cousin Janice

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

My brother, who treated me like one of his own kids. I'm gonna miss you so much, love you and we gonna celebrate your life every day. Tashia said she gonna miss your story's and I'm gonna keep the memories we shared. Just gonna keep you close to my heart and tell my moms I miss her!!!

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Uncle Charles we will forever miss you love always Kiesha

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

Uncle charles love you you will always be in my heart leon and ada hines

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

"Let my soul be at rest again, for the LORD has been good to me." Ps.116:7 NLT Uncle Charles, you lived fully, intentionally and all about family. You wore a smile on your face and a bigger one in your heart. You demonstrated love for family, neighbor and God. Every kind act and grace extended evidences the Father's heart. Giving us direction, sharing encouragement, joking with us or about us to keep hard times light. Reminding us not just to gather at times of death, but to celebrate life. Dancing with the love of your life or one of us; leaving us with a good time shared and smiles for months. Thank you for your love that spanned time and distance. Thank you for always being dependable and consistent. Thank you for being a role model in marriage, fatherhood, and family. I thank God for your life and the multitude of memories. Letting us know we must live honorably, godly and unselfishly enjoying each moment explicitly and exclusively. Your life evidenced joy, love and kindness, due to the Lord's goodness to you. You shared it with us so we can experience God's goodness too. Uncle Charles, you were a servant that honored God's house and your own. Well done, thy good and faithful servant, we'll see you again perhaps dancing around God's throne. Lovingly submitted: Grand Niece, Lewanda

Nov 30 -0001 12:00 AM

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