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Fannie (Lyles) Belton

November 26, 1939 — June 27, 2016

On Monday, June 27, 2016 at Kershaw Health in Camden, South Carloina, Sister Fannie Lyles Belton departed this earthly life. Sister Fannie, affectionately known as "Rooster" was born on November 26, 1939 in Lugoff, South Carolina to the late Mr. and Mrs. Lewis (Roxie) Lyles. She received her education in the Kershaw County Public School System in South Carolina. Fannie was employed as a mental retardation specialist with the Midlands Center in Columbia, South Carolina until her retirement. She was an active member of the Order of the Eastern Stars. For 54 years, Fannie was married to the love of her life, Mr. Heyward Belton and from this blessed union came three daughters and two sons. Next to family and friends, she dearly loved her church.  Her early Christian life began at James Chapel AME where she remained and active, devoted and faithful member who was loved and adorned by all until her death.  She served on the Senior Choir and also helped out wherever she was needed. She is preceded in death by nine brothers: West, Robert, Lewis, Isiah, Dafas, Jimmy, Eli, Grover, and Boykin, as well as six sisters, Sarah, Hattie, Ann, Amy, Lillie, and Josephine.  Left to cherish her loving memories are her husband Heyward Belton; three daughters, Nannie Belton and Eugenia Belton both of Elgin, South Carolina, and Brenda (George) Ford of Delaware; two sons, Micheal Belton and Rickey Belton both of Elgin, South Carolina;  three sisters, Della Hudson of Pontiac, South Carolina, Ella Toone of Yonkers, New York, and Corrie (Charles) Clark of Mt. Vernon, New York; two brothers, John (Brenda) Lyles of Mt. Vernon, New York and Richard (Lynn) Lyles of Detroit, Michigan. She also leaves behind five grandchildren; Sonya Belton, Travis Missouri, Takeshia Belton, Eva Ford, and Sheniqua Ford; three great grandchildren; Teyanna (Trevonne) Johnson, Alexia Johnson, and Keshawn Belton; three great great grandchildren, Tylan Judge, Tajay Judge, and Madison Missouri; as well as two special nieces, Ms. Laura Hudson and Rev. Muriel Maxwell, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends; all of whom will miss her dearly.
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