Ms. Sherlie “Ann” Peavie Thompson was born on January 21, 1955, in Florence, South Carolina. She was the birth daughter of Thomas Milo and Shirley Milo McCutcheon and the adoptive daughter of Semelia Brown Peavie. She departed her earthly life on Friday, June 16, 2023, at McLeod Hospice House.
“Ann,” as she was affectionately called by close family grew up in East Florence and attended the public schools of Florence County, graduating from McClenaghan High School in the Class of 1972. After graduation, she joined the United States Army and proudly served her county for 12 years. Upon completion of her service to her country, she returned to her hometown where she was gainfully employed with Honda, QVC, and McLeod Health as her final place of employment before her health declined. She gained many close friends at these places of employment, who would all describe her as one of the kindest and most genuine women anyone could have come across in life. She was a devoted friend and always had a great smile and a helping hand for anyone in need.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her younger brother, Jimmy (Herlee) McCutcheon.
She leaves to cherish her memories: a daughter, Kelli Spencer of Florence, South Carolina; a son, Jeremy (Sierra) Thompson of Florence, South Carolina; three grandsons, Tyae McWhite, Jabray Johnson, and Karter Spencer all of Florence, South Carolina; one granddaughter, Kerstynn Barr of Florence, South Carolina; a niece, Oza (Tom) Rose of Lamar, South Carolina, a great niece, Damika Rayson of Lamar, South Carolina; and two great nephews, Adam and Ryan Rose both of Lamar, South Carolina. Also left behind to cherish her memories is a very special adoptive daughter and co-worker at QVC, Diantha (Lynn) Driggers of Bennettsville, South Carolina; an adoptive daughter, Lakeshia (Montreil) McFadden of Saint George, South Carolina; three adoptive grandchildren, Jordan, Jamaiyah, and DJ McFadden all of Florence, South Carolina; two first cousins, Francine (James) Hough of Timmonsville, South Carolina and Dorothy Orgbon of Florence, South Carolina; along with a host of other special co-workers, other relatives and friends that have become family over the years.
Please keep the family of Sherlie Ann Thompson in your thoughts and prayers.