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Curtis Strawhorn WARE SHOALS Jehue Curtis "Curt" Strawhorn, 80, of 49 Fairview Ave., husband of Jeanette Mitchell Strawhorn, died August 4, 1994 at his home. ' . ' Born in Abbeville County, he was a son of the late James Warren and Margaret Jane Hinton Strawhoan. He was retired from American Service Station aad was a member of Welcome Presbyterian Church.; Surviving, in addition to his wife of the home, ar? two sons, Barry Strawhorn of Aiken and Tony Straj whom of Columbia; two daughters, Yvonne, paft of Ruston. La. and Debbie Cottingim of Grienville; three brothers, Jack Strawhorn of Hodges, j Everett Strawhorn of Abbeville and EV. Strawbomof Iva; two sisters, Florence Gordon and Annie McClain, both of Ware Shoals; nine grandchildren; arid three great-grandchildren. . i Services will be Wednesday at 11 ajn, at Parker-White Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Wsdund and the Rev. Carol Peppers-Wray officiating, Burial will be in Oakbrook Memorial Park. , ' Pallbearers will be Douglas Craft, Bryson- Strawhorn, Baylor Strawhorn, David Strawhorn, Michael Strawhorn, Chad Cottingim and Steve Cottingim. Honorary escort will be Jack Bishop, JoefJones, William Gordon, Gene Holley, Jake Abercfombie, Jack Mattison, Gerald Reid and Harry Allen', The family will receive friends Tuesday from l to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. ' The family is at the home. Memorials may be made to HospiceCare of the Piedmont, Greenwood Medical Center, Greenwood, S.C. S ' '. !