OBITUARY

Betty Proctor Luntsford

May 25, 1946August 9, 2018

Betty P. Luntsford, 72 of Cottageville, died Thursday evening, August 9, 2018 at Colleton County Hospital.

She was born May 5, 1946 in Charleston, SC to the late Daniel and Lany Peagler Proctor. A loving woman, she was known as “Granny” to all that knew her, over the past five years her great-grandson, Carter Joshua Clink, was her everything. She is survived by a daughter, Tina Luntsford (Jeff) Rucker, of North Charleston, a granddaughter, Jessica Renee Beilstein, of Summerville,a grandson, Jeffrey W. Rucker, of Summerville, a great-grandson, Carter Joshua Clink, of Summerville, and a brother, J.D. Proctor, of Cottageville. The family will receive friends on Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home then moving to Carolina Memorial Park for a graveside service at 3:00 pm, with the Rev. Bob Matthews officiating.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, August 12, 2018
  • Graveside Service Sunday, August 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Betty Proctor Luntsford

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Patty Karick

August 11, 2018

I will miss you my best friend. We cried and laughed together over so many things. I know we talked so many times about after Carter got in school we would be able to travel and see so many things that we had missed. I will not be able to understand why you left but God rules the universe and that is not my decision to make. Even though I may have other friends you will never be replaced. All the time we spent talking will not ease the pain of you being gone because we had so much more to say to each other. I will always remember the time we stayed in Wendy's talking for so many hours that Martin came looking for us to make sure we were ok. To Martin you will always be Mustang Sally. I am writing this knowing you may not be able to see it now but also knowing you lived it with me. Wish we could take just one more bus tour together so Martin could pester the daylights out of us until we laughed until it hurt. I don't know all that happens in the next life but if it is at all possible I want to find you there so we can pick up right where we left off. Don't know if little man understands but I do believe he has to miss Granny. I'll love you always and will never ever forget you.
Your FRIEND Patty

FROM THE FAMILY