Celebrating the life of Robert "Bob" L. Ridgeway
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Bob was born in Denmark SC on February 27, 1931. He was a son of the late James I. Ridgeway Sr. and Ida Wood Ridgeway. He was first married to the late Helen Baxley Ridgeway. He was a member of the Southern Methodist Church of Summerton, a retired Road Master with AMTRAK. He was a former member of the South Carolina Army National Guard, was a member of the Chatham Artillery for over 50 years, worked with Juvenile Arbitration for Florence County and served as a South Carolina Delegate to the Republican Convention that nominated George W. Bush for President. He was a loving Husband, father, grandfather and brother. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
Funeral services will be held on Sunday February 10, 2019 at 4 pm in the Mole Funeral Home Chapel, 9399 Patterson St. Barnwell SC. Burial will follow in the Barnwell County Memorial Cemetery near the airport. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the funeral services at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Southern Methodist Church, P.O. Box 771, Summerton, SC 29148
Survivors include his wife Virginia “Jenny” Locklair Ridgeway of Summerton SC; daughter, Cindi (Bill) Christensen of Hartsville SC; granddaughter, Claire Christensen; step children, Sherry Locklair of Merritt Island Fla., John Locklear of Kingsland Ga., step grandchildren, Tara Vicens, Savannah Jordan and John Locklair; brothers, Jack (Emma) Ridgeway of Aiken SC and Arnold (Carol) Ridgeway of Lincolnton Ga. He was also predeceased by siblings, James, Joe, Charles and Ernest Ridgeway, Evelyn Roberson, Jeanette Flanigan and Annette Adams.
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