OBITUARY

Mrs. Mildred Lea Bramlett

November 18, 1934June 11, 2021

CAMDEN A graveside service for Mildred Lea Long Bramlett, 86, will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 18, 2021 in Crescent Hill Memorial Gardens. Dunbar Funeral Home, Northeast Chapel, is assisting the family. Mrs. Bramlett died Friday, June 11, 2021. Born in Charleston, she was a daughter of the late William Lee and Emily Mildred Mazyck Long. She worked as a Pinkerton Security guard. She was hardworking and loved being outside. She especially loved flowers and animals. Surviving are her son, William Ralph Bramlett II; two daughters, Deborah Barnard, Carolyn Jean Bramlett; grandchildren, Jason Martin (Nikki), Madison Barnard, Stacey Morris (Nick) William H. Bramlett (Tina); and nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, William Ralph Bramlett; a grandson, Ryan Martin; and a brother, William Buddy Long Memorials may be made to ASPCA Humane Society, 121 Humane Lane, Columbia, SC 29209.

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Midge Nelson

June 19, 2021

Bill, my sincere condolences to you and your family! I enjoyed seeing the love you had for her. Making sure she was able to enjoy her swing and the wonderful porch. You were a testament to the love she instilled in you!
Sincerely,
Midge

Leslie Stewart

June 15, 2021

Mrs. Bramlett raised two amazing kids. Her son, who I consider to be one of my closest friends, is a man of integrity, perseverance, thoughtfulness and infinite kindness. I am beyond honored to have spent time with this magnificent woman. Her last few years were a blessing... she was able to spend them with people who treasured her for the amazing person she was and the example she set. She was a first-rate class act. I will miss seeing her lovely face.

Alicia Chavis Silldorff

June 14, 2021

Love and prayers to all of you!

Alicia and Josey Silldorff

William Bramlett

June 14, 2021

I will miss you more than you will ever know Gram. I Love you and will never forget you.

Annette Bramlett

June 11, 2021

I will always remember her for the spunky woman that she was. She was a great cook. She will always have a place In my heart.

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FROM THE FAMILY