William Sanders Obituary, Death – William Earl Sanders, the partner of Barbara Dianne Marlowe Sanders, passed away in the Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital on November 10, 2022. He was 79 years old at the time of his passing. When the event occurred, Barbara was already his wife.
Before he was born, both of his parents, Henry L. Sanders and Annie Mae Todd Sanders, had already passed away. He was their only child. He was given the name of his deceased father. He was born in Horry County on June 8th, 1943, and his birthday is the 8th of June.

After completing his service in the United States Navy, Mr. Sanders became a member of United Christian Outreach once his time in the armed forces was done. As a member of the organization, he took part in the activities that it hosted. Being outside and engaging in activities that brought him pleasure, such as fishing, hunting, camping, and driving around the neighborhood in his golf cart, brought him a tremendous deal of satisfaction.
The only living members of his family are his wife and their three children, all of whom currently reside in Georgetown. His wife is the only member of his family to have survived. They are known by the names Travis Sanders, Bill Sanders Jr. (Vera), and Bill Sanders III respectively.

(Anna) Sanders and Stevie Sanders (Joy), both of Georgetown; six grandchildren, including Cody Sanders of Georgetown, Dillon Sanders of Murrells Inlet, Tyler Rogerson of Georgetown, Bailey Taylor (Travis) of Georgetown, Brice Sanders of Surfside Beach, and Blake Sanders (Ally) Sanders, both of Georgetown; four great grandchildren, including William Amerson, Brooklyn Amerson, Sydney Grace Amerson, and Aabel Sanders; and four brothers, including Ronald Sanders (Barbara) of Tampa, Florida
Before he passed away, one of his siblings, Jerry Sanders, had already passed away. He was the last of his siblings to pass away.

Funeral services are scheduled to take place at United Christian Outreach on the afternoon of Sunday, November 13, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon. After that, the service will move on to the second location, which is the Campground Cemetery in Conway, South Carolina.
On Saturday evening, from seven o’clock to nine o’clock, members of the family will be present at the Ridgeway Funeral Home to greet and visit with guests.

You are welcome to make memorial contributions to the St. Frances Animal Center, which can be found at 125 Ridge Street, Georgetown, South Carolina 29440. Please note that checks should be made payable to “St. Frances Animal Center.” Your contribution is going to be very much appreciated.