MS. THERESA SULTON

MS. THERESA SULTON, {59}“A beautiful life ended Wednesday, August 01, 2018 when Theresa Ann Sulton was taken from us. We know that she is at rest with our Heavenly Father.”

Ms. Theresa Ann Sulton, daughter of the late Mary Elizabeth Knox and James Odell Holmes was born on May 18, 1959 in Conway, SC. She attended school in Socastee, SC. She moved from Conway to New York at an early age, she then returned to Conway, SC in 2002.

Ms. Theresa Ann Sulton devoted her life to taking care of her children, which made her happy to see them succeed in life. 

Ms. Theresa Ann Sulton leaves to cherish her fond memories a loving son, Marcus Holmes of Myrtle Beach, SC; her daughters, Nicole Sulton and Natasha Sulton and Toni Sulton all of Conway, SC; three {3} grandchildren, Isaiah, Ju’Kobe and Tiara;   her sisters, Wanda Bovain of Myrtle Beach, SC, Lisa {Charles} Busby of Conway, SC, Kimberly Holmes-Gary, Surfside Beach. SC,  Melissa Holmes-Johnson of Chicago IL, Barbara Hall of High Point, NC; her brothers,  Reverend Michael Holmes of Myrtle Beach, SC and Christopher Holmes of Myrtle Beach, SC; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and devoted friends.

Visitation will be held 6:00 – 8:00 PM Friday, August 10, 2018 at Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel. Funeral Services will be held 1:00 PM Saturday, August 11, 2018 at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Arrangements are entrusted to Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel. 

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3 Responses to MS. THERESA SULTON

  • Grandma we will see you in the rainbow!! Love Tiara, Isaiah, and Ju’Kobe. Your Grandbabies!!!

  • To my sister for years I was looking for you and your family, everyone I ask didn’t know. I pray that God will take care of you and your children. I have found you but not like I want to meet.thank you for being my sister for many years.i will really Miss you.the Bible says that weeping may endure for the night but Joy cometh in the morning.

  • To my mother and my friend,

    We had so many good times together when I was growing up. I think those were the happiest times in my life. I remember being with you, and if I wasn’t with you I was with aunt Wanda. It was great, I never felt alone because where ever you went, you took me too. So, I will keep those memories and wish you well on your journey. Knowing one day my father will let us meet again.

    Blowing you kisses,
    Love Antoine

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