Miss Deloris Juanita Grant was born March 15, 1935 in Orangeburg, SC to Willie and Eartha Mae Brunson Grant.
Deloris became a member of Williams Chapel AME Church at the age of 13. There she planted her heart and soul. She worked on the Usher Board for a number of years. She was president of Board Missionary Society. She was head cook until her health began to fail. Deloris loved to cook for every pastor that came to Williams Chapel. She believed in feeding people. No one would go hungry as along as she had something she could cook. She will surely be missed.
She was preceded in death by her brothers, Thomas, Willie Jr, and John Henry Grant; two nephews, Nathaniel Hubbard, Jr. and Anthony Grant.
She leaves to mourn, one sister, Helen G. Hubbard, special niece, Dr. Deloris Juanita Grant (namesake), special nephew and caretaker, Michael Hubbard, Goddaughters, Barbara Parrott, Angel Pointer, Patricia Boneparte and SuSu Monique Frazier-Williams; two Godsons, Kevin and Corey Parrott; a special friend, Jacquelyn Turner; sisters-in-law, Elease Grant, Junell Grant Williamson; two nephews, Steven Grant, and Jimmie Grant; nieces, Ivory J. Mack, Elaine Grant, Barbara (Bernard) Hugee; Denise (Michael) Ricks, Jacqelyn Jones, Kimberly (Jay) Mohr, Brenda Furse, and Coretta (Kenneth) Wilson; three grand-nephews, Michael Ricks, Jr., Brandon Furse, and Kyle Mohr; grand-nieces, Kaitlin Hubbard, Marlena, Natalee Wilson, and Michalle Ricks a host of other relatives and friends.
The service will proceed as follows:
The viewing will be held on Tuesday, September 8,2020 at Glover's Funeral Home at 3:00pm until 7:00pm.
A graveside will be held on Wednesday,September 9,2020 at Belleville Memorial Gardens beginning at 11:00am. Services will be streamed live on our Facebook page Glover's Funeral Home of Orangeburg. All those attending must wear a mask and adhere to all COVID-19 rules and regulations.
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