December 5, 2020
Mom was blessed with the gift of life on May 20, 1927 to the late Luther and Leola Williams Sansbury of Darlington County, South Carolina. Her mother, Leola passed away November 2, 1929. She was raised by her step mother, the late Mrs. Lula Paul Sansbury Mack. Mom was preceded in death by her siblings, Addie Mae, Sadie Mae, and Clarence Sansbury, along with her adopted sisters, Elsie Sansbury (niece) and Paula Mack Days. MOM possessed a quiet spirit of faith and love. She was humble, peaceful and cared deeply for her family, friends and those in need within the community. She would feed you from her front door and would help mend your clothing. She readily helped the sick and shut in. Mom joined Mt. Zion United Methodist Church during her teenage years and remained a lifelong dedicated member and faithful Christian. She served on the Gospel Choir, the Senior Choir, as Secretary of the United Methodist Women, and as a delegate to the annual conference. She is a member of the Naomi Chapter Order of the Eastern Star and past member of the Home Reform Lodge. Mom was employed at Florence School District four as a pastry cook. She was well known in the area for her tasteful cakes, pies and pastries. She retired from the workforce at age 40 due to health concerns. She was a firm believer in upward mobility through education. She received her high school diploma from Florence School District Four Adult Education program and graduated at the same time as her daughter in the Class of 1970. Mom leaves behind her husband of 73 years, Mr. Eaddy Daniels, to cherish her memories; three daughters, Mrs. Edith M. Williams of Timmonsville, South Carolina, Retired Lieutenant Colonel Delois Daniels (Retired Major Ellsworth G. Hester) of Columbia, South Carolina and Ms. Vilena Daniels of Timmonsville, South Carolina; two grandchildren, Jamohl N. Williams (Elaine Pilot) and David Daniels-Hester (Amber Mejia) both of Columbia, South Carolina; several caregivers including a special niece, Hattie Sansbury, a special great-nephew, Shannon Brown, a special great grandniece, Paula Denise McAllister, Sammy L. Dixon, Victoria Beard, and the Sansbury family. She is also survived by a host of family and friends. We love you and as Grandma Lula said, “we always will”.
Mom was blessed with the gift of life on May 20, 1927 to the late Luther and Leola Williams Sansbury of Darlington County, South Carolina. Her mother, Leola passed away November 2, 1929. She was raised by her step mother, the late Mrs. Lula... View Obituary & Service Information
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