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Deacon Willard Mole

April 3, 2022


Deacon Willard Mole was born on September 12, 1943 to the late Deacon Horace and Pastor Mary Madgelene Heyward Mole. He slipped away to be with the Lord on Sunday, April 3, 2022 at the Colleton Medical Center, Walterboro, SC. On February 11, 1966, he was joined in holy matrimony to his best friend, Missionary Jessie Mae Mole and to this union two children were born: a loving daughter and son, Theresa and Tracey. He joined the St. John Baptist Church, Varnville, SC at an early age. Later in life, he became a member of the True Holiness Apostolic Faith Church, Islandton, SC. He served faithfully on the Deacon Board and enjoyed playing his lead guitar and singing songs of Zion. He was baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus,     according to Acts 2:38. Later receiving the infilling of the Holy Ghost. Deacon Willard graduated from Ruffin High School, Ruffin, SC.  For eighteen months, he faithfully served in the United States  Army.  Deacon Willard was employed and retired from CCX, formerly (JP Stevenson), Walterboro, SC. He was the owner and operator of Mole’s Heating and Air for over 30 years. He enjoyed rendering his services to  anyone in need.  He was preceded in death by his loving wife, and precious son, Tracey L. Mole; his parents; father-in-law, Leon Williams; mother-in-law, Virginia Early Williams; sister-in-law, Jessie Lee Williams; four brothers-in-law, Clarence Williams, David Mickle, Sr, Ralph Smith and Daniel Haynes; and sister, Pastor Lula Mae Haynes. He leaves to cherish his memories: his loving daughter, Theresa Morris, of Hampton, SC; five grandchildren, Brandon Morris (devoted), of the home, Megan S. Morris, Trace J. Mole, Heather (Timothy) Farmer and Teasia Dukes (Kenneth); two great-grandchildren, Brantlee Funderburg and Kinslee Farmer; sister, Missionary  Beulah Mickle, of Nixville, SC; brother, Oneal (Evangelist) Georgia Mae Mole, of Islandton, SC; four sisters-in-law, Bessie Mae Grimes, Shirley (Johnny) Riley, Thelma Smith  and Deloris Williams, all of Varnville, SC; brother-in-law, Leon (Patricia)  Williams, of Varnville, SC; aunt, Margaret Mole, of Hampton, SC; an adopted son, Deacon Clayso Wrice, of Islandton, SC; two godsons, Bishop Aaron D. Haynes and Jarvis T. Singleton, both of Islandton, SC; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Deacon Willard has a large family and loved them all, dearly

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Public Viewing
April 8, 2022

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Riley's Funeral Home Hampton Inc.
126 Pepper Street
Hampton, SC 29924

Celebration of Life
April 9, 2022

1:00 PM
Toby's Bluff Cemetery
Hwy 63
Islandton, SC 29929

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