Sally H. Rash
April 1, 1936 – August 6, 2018
Memorial Service for Sally H. Rash, 82, will be conducted at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, August 10, 2018 at Dunbar Funeral Home, Dutch Fork Chapel, Irmo.
Mrs. Rash passed away Monday, August 6, 2018. Born in Marion, VA, she was a daughter of the late Joseph Newell and Carrie Belle Thompson Hutchinson. She was the wife of 61 years to the late Donald E. Rash.
Sally was a devoted wife, mother and friend. After raising her children she worked part-time at Hook n’ Needle, sharing her love of needlework with others. She also worked at Bryan’s Cleaners, greeting customers with her sweet smile. She enjoyed playing Bridge and was a member of two Bridge Clubs with some very dear friends. She and Don were avid bird lovers and spent time photographing them, mostly at their home. She even raised mealworms (in the guest bedroom) to feed her sweet birds! She loved cooking and kept her children and grandchildren in steady supply of her “Nani Bread” for many years.
The family would like to thank everyone at Oakleaf Village in Lexington for their loving care and support these last few years. Additional thanks to Lighthouse Hospice for their loving care provided in this difficult season.
Surviving are her children, Laura Hancock, Michael Rash, Valerie Bryan (George III); grandchildren, Travis Hancock (Alexis), Carrie Brown (Lucas), George Bryan IV (Milsom), Wesley Bryan (Elizabeth), Mary Chandler Rainey (William); great-grandchildren, Reece Brown, Mason Brown and Chase Hancock. She is also survived by two sisters, Susan White and Sara Staley. Mrs. Rash was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Amanda Hancock.
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- Memorial Service Friday, August 10, 2018
Sally H. Rash
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August 12, 2018
To Laura and family, I so appreciate the many gifts and talents your mother and father shared with Family Connection as very special grandparents to Amanda. I’m sure that the service for your mom was beautiful and I hope comforting to you. I regret that I was unable to attend. My love to you. Our memories are precious and my sympathies deep for you and your family. Hope you’ll contact me in Columbia.