Flemming Funeral Home, Pageland, SC

Flemming Funeral Home

HWY 9 E
Pageland, SC 29728
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Flemming Funeral Home - Pageland, SC Randolth Parker Obituary announcement - Posted by Ronald E. Wade 2013-03-18 16:09:27 My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Randolth was my supervisor at Conbraco Industries Inc. for many of years that I was there and he was THE best supervisor that I had while working under him. Mike and Rontel you are in my thoughts and prayers as well. We all work together and I will always remember Randoth to be a honest person to all of us. He will be truly miss bye me personal.

Ronald E. Wade


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