Mickeal R. DeloachMarch 5, 1959 ~ August 25, 2017 (age 58)
Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father
of mercies, and the God of all comfort; who comforteth us in all our
tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any
trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God.
2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Brunson,SC- Michael Deloach was born in Hampton County April 5, 1959,
to the late Mr. Willie James Sr. And Mrs. Ann Booker Deloach.
At an early age, he joined Macedonia Baptist Church, Brunson,
South Carolina. He was a 1977 graduate of Wade Hampton
High School, Varnville, South Carolina, and was employed with
McMillan Farms, Brunson, South Carolina, for many years.
He enjoyed a game of baseball and would often be seen riding
throughout the neighborhood on his golf cart. He will be greatly
missed by his companion of 33 years, Ms. Lula Whitlock Deloach,
children, family and friends.
“Mike”, as he was affectionately called, is preceded in death by his
parents, brother, Willie James Deloach Jr., and grandmother, Mrs.
Ida Mae Forrester. He entered peaceful rest Friday, August 25,
2017, at his residence.
Survivors include: his devoted companion of 33 years, Lula
Whitlock Deloach of the home; two daughters, Mickell (Nicole)
Easley, Greenville, South Carolina, and NaTalya Deloach,
Orangeburg, South Carolina; brother, Charles (Gail) Deloach,
Brunson, South Carolina; loving and devoted sister, Brenda
Deloach, Brunson, South Carolina; four aunts, Barbara Young,
Walterboro, South Carolina, Mary “Libby” Booker, Brunson, South
Carolina, Francis Black, Orangeburg, South Carolina, and Helen
Bowers, Fairfax, South Carolina; three uncles, Wilson (Roseanne)
Bowers, James Bostick, and James Mack, all of Fairfax, South
Carolina; two sisters-in-law, Peggy (John) Williams and Josie
Washington, both of Brunson, South Carolina; brothers-in-law,
Hilton (Carolyn) Whitlock, Brunson, South Carolina, and Toby
(Lee (Elease)) Williams, Gifford, South Carolina; like a mother,
Dorothy Owens; like his children, Tamika and Jonathan Whitlock;
and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and caring
friends, including four special friends, Eugene Crittington, Jerry
Sanders, Melvin Owens and Michael Owens.