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Sis. Maggie Lawton

November 8, 1938 ~ June 9, 2022 (age 83)


Mother Maggie Elizabeth Black Lawton, the daughter of the late Walter and Geneva Haynes Black was born in Hampton County on November 8, 1938. She attended public schools in Hampton County and furthered her education at the Horst School of Floral Design, School of Cosmetology (Savannah, GA), and OC Tech for Floral Design (Orangeburg, SC). She served as a secretary for Cherry Grove Christian Church for several years and later joined the Friendship UMC where she dedicated her life to Christ. As a faithful servant, she served on the usher board and held the role as the church historian; she enjoyed attending church and bible study. Mother Maggie had a long time passion for helping every child she could and participating in Camp Wildwood Summer Day Camp. She served as a member for GladTidings#48 for many years. She was a skilled serial entrepreneur, always just a call away, a mother to many, a shoulder to all, and had a way of making anything happen for anybody in need. In 1970, Mother Maggie opened a convenience store and florist that became the heart of the community.

   And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also." II Timothy 2:2
  Mother Maggie entered into eternal rest at the Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg,SC,  on June 9, 2022 at 8:30pm.
                                                              "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature." II Cor 5:17
 She leaves to lament: Her Loving daughters: W. Olivia Buckner (Joe) and Deitre M. Lawton, a devoted son: Demitiries E. Lawton, sister: Clara L. Black, two brothers: James F. Black (Shirley) and Clarence O. Black, four Grandchildren: Chauncey L. Buckner, Jovita C. Francis (Coori), Ian A. Lawton, and Leilah J. Lawton ,two great grandchildren: Caleb L. Buckner and Lenox A. Francis, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and many many friends. Special to Her Heart: Raymond Bennett (Vonna), Linda Cooler, Shirley Walker, Annette Busby, Barbara Young, Cynthia Jenkins, and Allendale EMS Transportation.

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 Service Program


June 13, 2022

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Riley's Funeral Home Hampton Inc.
126 Pepper Street
Hampton, SC 29924

Graveside Service
June 14, 2022

10:00 AM
Friendship United Methodist Church Cemetery
8475 Moselle Road

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