Rosalie Jennings

Born: Tue., Oct. 23, 1923
Died: Tue., Jun. 4, 2019


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Rosalie Morris Jennings, 95, died on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.

The visitation will be at the B. F. Cave Funeral Chapel in Allendale on Friday, June 7, 2019, from 5-7 PM.

The Funeral Service will be held, 1 PM at Union United Methodist Church in Kline on Saturday, June 8, 2019. Burial will be followed in the Hope Memorial Park in Barnwell.

She is survived by her children, Joyce Landrum (Willie) of Barnwell, Willa Marian Jennings of Allendale, Betty McDowell of Barnwell, and Lil Hutchinson of Barnwell; grandchildren, Nneka Landrum of Astoria New York, Rosalie Nataki Pettigrew (Jason) of Fishers, Indiana, Dr. Willie Landrum II (Dr. Jarrett) of Smyrna, Ga., John McDowell of Charleston, and Kia McDowell, Phillip Hutchinson and Marian Christiana Hutchinson all of Columbia, great-grandchildren, Ashley Pettigrew, Deja Pettigrew and Jason Pettigrew, II of Fishers Indiana and Addisyn Landrum of Smyrna, Ga.

Mrs. Jennings is predeceased by her husband, John Jennings, Jr.,
sisters, Francina Wiggins, Lillian Lewis, Mary Louise Priester, and brother, Willie Morris.

The family will receive friends at the home located at 444 Susan Street in Allendale, SC.

Fax Resolutions to 1-877-421-4840.

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Catherine Love-Russell
   Posted Wed June 05, 2019
I pray to Lord that he will always be with you at this Thought time. May god bless you and your whole family with strength. My sincere sympathy is always with you.

Sheriff Tom Carter & Staff
   Posted Wed June 05, 2019
We all pray for your serenity and comfort at this tough time of life. Just stay strong and remember that you'll will be in our memories and prayers.

Carrie Sinkler-Parker
   Posted Fri June 07, 2019
To Betty (John and Kia) and Sisters,
You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Reflect on the many, many fond memories that you have and this will help you to get through the pain now and the days ahead. Your friends are surrounding you with prayers.
Carrie Sinkler-Parker
Alcolu, SC