Harriet Evans Wingard

May 20, 1932January 28, 2020

LEXINGTON – Funeral services for Harriet Evans Wingard, 87, will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 1, 2020, at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church with interment in the church cemetery. A visitation will follow the service in the Church Activity Building. Memorials may be made to St. Stephen’s Building Fund, 119 North Church Street, Lexington, SC 29072 or to UMAR (Methodist adult disability home), PO Box 1558, Huntersville, NC 28078.

Harriet was born May 20, 1932 in Bennettsville, SC, the daughter of the late Samuel Ernest and Louise Pitts Evans. She was a graduate of Lexington High School, Class of 1950, and Winthrop College, Class of 1954. After her graduation, she was employed by Standard Oil Company (presently Exxon) for 5 years. Following that, she was a proud “stay-at-home mom” for her two children, occasionally substitute teaching in Lexington District One and always volunteering in various church and community organizations. Her activities at St. Stephen’s Church spanned over 70 years and included teaching Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, teaching and directing Weekday Church School, serving on and acting as secretary of Church Council, and she had been an active member of the Lutheran Church Women (WELCA) since 1955. Her greatest pleasures were being with her family and friends and traveling with her husband, Flip.

Mrs. Wingard was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Lucius Edgar “Flip” Wingard, Jr. and sister, Jean Evans. She is survived by daughter, Julie Wingard Smith and her husband, Kenneth W. Smith of West Columbia; son, Stanley Evans Wingard and his wife, Melissa U. “Missy” Wingard of Greenville; grandsons, Clint W. Smith and his wife, Ashley M. Smith of Atlanta, GA, Cory K. Smith and wife, Jen D. Smith of Mt. Pleasant, SC; granddaughter, Conyers C. Wingard of Greenville, SC; great-grandsons, Hodgens Smith and Miller Smith of Atlanta, GA; and a niece, Susan Hite Wade and her husband, Dr. Ronald V. Wade of Charlotte, NC.

The family would like to thank caregiver, Mary Gunwall, for the loving care she provided over the last six months.


  • St. Stephen's Building Fund
  • UMAR (Methodist Adult Disability Home)


  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Visitation will follow service Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Burial Saturday, February 1, 2020


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Tera Brady

February 14, 2020

Loved this Beautiful Woman ! She always wanted to know how we were doing at the store , she would brag on all my girls and would say to me .. they sure are doing a good job for you Tera !
Never will forget we were remodeling the store ( Merle Norman ) and working like Dogs !!
She ALWAYS had her makeup on to a T
But she came in a little late this one day and after my crazy day , she goes now Tera you own a makeup store ... where in the world is your lipstick 💄... A lady always has her lipstick on no matter what ! Had to LOVE 💕 IT ! You know To this day , I’m rarely caught without my lips on , especially if I saw Her coming in . Love you my precious Harriette . I’m so sorry I was out of town until the 8 th . Rest In Peace and so glad you and Flip are reunited and please say hi to my sweet moma and Annabella! They loved you as well !

Aida Rogers

February 4, 2020

Julie and Stan,

I don't remember ever seeing your mother without a beautiful smile or friendly word. She and your father were such special and important family friends - I loved seeing them at our house when Mom and Daddy had parties. (They were ALWAYS on the list.) Please know the Rogers family is thinking of you both with much love.

Clark Surratt

January 30, 2020

Julie, my condolences to you and the family on the loss of your mother. But what a productive life to hold in your memories.

Mary Gunwall

January 30, 2020

I was so very blessed to be a part of her life, even for a short while. I grew to love her quickly.I will always miss her sweet smile, kind voice,,compassionate and caring heart, and her quick wit. She was one of the most genuine people I have ever known . I have been a caregiver for many years, and I have never seen two people care for a parent like Stan and Julie . Beautiful, amazing lady, and a wonderful family that she treasured with all of her heart.

Carey Macaulay-Schild

January 29, 2020

Dear Julie, Stan, and family,
I was blessed to know your Mom and Dad my whole life. They were special people and were such a big part of our lives.. Our parents were dear friends and we looked up to them all. May you find comfort in all of your wonderful memories and know that your mother touched so many lives for the better. She always had a smile and a kind word. She will live on through all of you. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Carey Macaulay-Schild

Connie Gaston

January 29, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. Lifting prayers for peace and comfort...

Joan Ernstmann

January 29, 2020

Julie, Stan and Family,
Harriet called herself my T.O. Mom, for The Other Mom, as my own mother had passed away. She helped my during my first year of teaching, fed me at her kitchen table, and provided love and guidance. She was something special! Sending my sincere condolences.
-Joan McCulloch Ernstmann

Ron and Janice Lindler

January 29, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Harriett was a lovely lady that we had the opportunity to know and love. May you have beautiful memories of a beautiful mother.