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Carolyn H. Callicutt

October 29, 1931September 9, 2020
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Carolyn H. Callicutt, born October 29, 1931 in Florence, SC, passed away September 9, 2020. She was the daughter of Elizabeth & Leslie C. Hatchell, Sr. and 1 of 7 siblings. Carolyn called Greenville home since 1954 and was a Cosmetologist working from her own salon at home from 1949-68. Additionally, she retired from Bank of America after 20 years of service. She was a generous and caring mother who created a loving home life for her family. She was preceded in death by her husband Charles 1989 & her eldest son, Chet 1976. Surviving children are Brenda Callicutt, Cathy Callicutt Bates (Jim), and Chuck Callicutt, all of Greenville. Surviving grandchildren, Michael Hussey, Sabrina Callicutt, and Kathleen Callicutt. Surviving siblings are L.C. Hatchell, Jr. of Florence, SC and Joyce Woodham of Greenville, SC., and numerous nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by her sisters Cynthia Ward, Virginia Hyman, Mary Walters and Dean Neill. A private graveside service will be held for the family at Woodlawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to: Francis Asbury Methodist Church, Greenville, SC. Arrangements by Mackey Funerals and Cremations at Century Dr.; online tributes at www.mackeycenturydrive.com

  • FAMILY

  • Elizabeth Hatchell, Mother (deceased)
  • Leslie C. Hatchell, Sr, Father (deceased)
  • Charles Callicutt, Husband (deceased)
  • Chet Callicutt, Son (deceased)
  • Brenda Callicutt, Daughter
  • Cathy Callicutt Bates (Jim), Daughter
  • Chuck Callicutt, Son
  • Michael Hussey, Grandchild
  • Sabrina Callicutt, Grandchild
  • Kathleen Callicutt, Grandchild
  • L.C. Hatchell, Jr., Brother
  • Joyce Woodham, Sister
  • Cynthia Ward, Sister (deceased)
  • Virginia Hyman, Sister (deceased)
  • Mary Walters, Sister (deceased)
  • Dean Neill, Sister (deceased)

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  • Francis Asbury Methodist Church

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Steve Woodham

September 17, 2020

I will always remember Carolyn’s giggle, her kindness and genuine concern with family. She always was a second mom to us, and helped us in so many ways. Thank you for everything Carolyn, we know you will keep watch over us, we love you.

Joyce Phillips

September 16, 2020

MY Aunt Carolyn,
What a delight to see her. She was Authority with love, ❤ Compassionate, funny, full of wit . There was no one like her. Always making sure that you have something to eat if it's dinner time. Wanting to share a cup of coffee.
I would look forward to taking my children over to see her as years went by, and even my grand kids .To share a laugh bring a smile give her some joy .I enjoyed hearing her and my mom talk about early days. and seeing her as a big sister tell little Joyce what to do. I am still having a tough time conceiving she is not here.To my cousins. I'm praying for Peace and Love through this time of seperation . I hope as days go by the heaviness will lessen. And the brokenness will mend soon.
MY LOVE TO ALL OF THE FAMILY.

Pamela W. Mckeel

September 16, 2020

There are many wonderful memories of my Special Aunt Carolyn..She was a strong, loving, caring, great cook, great advise giver and second Mother to our family..she sheltered her young sister's family with unconditional love when she needed her the most.
She always had a great sense of humor with that "catty" smile. She gave me her secret poundcake receipe! I'll always love her. Praise God for family.

reuben hyman

September 14, 2020

My first memory of my Aunt was when i was four.We {my Family}were at Grandma house.She had such a sweet and kind smile.She attended too me in tucking in my shirt and straighten my bow tie. All of the family that day was going to Easter services.I have lots of memories of her,Charlie,Brenda,Cathy and Chuck as we grew up.Many times down at Myrtle Beach And Grandma home.My last memory will be the one on the telephone several before her passing.I will always treasure those few minute together as we were face too face.Too my cousins,i wish you well.You had a great mom.I am here for you I know she is at peace

Lisa Labas

September 14, 2020

Cathy - So sorry to learn of your Mother's passing. Please know that you, Jim, and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Phyllis Lollis

September 13, 2020

I have to admit she was my favorite aunt. I remember spending summers with her and her family. Also remember all the hair cuts she gave me. She was always so kind and loving. I will sorely miss her. Say hi to mom for me!

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