Martha T. Hewett

February 7, 1929November 21, 2021

Martha Thelma Hewett, 92, of Ladson, SC widow of George Thelbert Hewett, Sr, went to be with her Lord, on Sunday morning, at Summerville Hospice Center.

Martha was born Feb 7, 1929 in Lynn, Massachusetts, the only daughter of Theodore Irving Franks and Frances Marder Franks.

Martha was a devout Christian and read her Bible daily. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter No. 143 and Daughter of the Nile., Milcah Temple No, 77. She resided at Magnolia's Assisted Living in Summerville, SC, for the last 3 years, where she enjoyed many activities and was an inspiration to all the caregivers and residents. She was a devoted Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother, accomplished artist and crafter. She loved to play Bingo and considered her Bingo friends, family.

She is survived by her daughters, Marcia Cherepinsky of Ladson, SC, Gail Thompson of Easley, SC, Sara Hewett Allday of North Charleston, SC, George T. Hewett Jr. of Fleming Island, FL and William E. Hewett of Summerville, SC. In addition she is survived by 10 Granddaughters, 4 Great Grandsons a 4 Great Granddaughters and a Great-Great Grandson. She always put her family first and loved them all.

Funeral service and Entombment will be held on Monday, November 29, 2021, 1pm at Carolina Funeral Home and Gardens, North Charleston. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Jude's.



  • Chapel Service at Carolina Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel

    Monday, November 29, 2021


  • Entombment at Carolina Memorial Park Mausoleum


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Rita Hewett

November 27, 2021

This Beautiful lady opened her heart and welcomed me into the family without hesitation. You were a precious gift from God to me. Your beauty, grace and love will be forever missed.

Janice Leonard

November 26, 2021

I was very blessed to have Martha in my life. We met when I was in elementary school when she, George and the kids moved in next door. She made the best fried chicken. She hosted my bridal shower and was there for me when my mom passed. I know how much she loved her family because when we visited, they were all she talked about. I love you and will miss you so very much.

Patricia Stover

November 24, 2021

Loved this woman. She was a fierce scrabble player always making it challenging and usually winning. She loved her family and prayed for so many. She is healed and whole in heaven and will be missed by many