Jeremiah Oliver Jr.

Obituary of Jeremiah Oliver Jr.

Jeremiah Oliver Jr was born on December 13, 1947 in St. Paul, SC to the late Jeremiah Oliver Sr. and Rebecca Stinney Oliver.

Jeremiah, affectionately called “Junior” was the husband of the late Oliva Stukes Oliver for over 47 years.

Jeremiah Jr was educated in the public schools of St. Paul School and Scott’s Branch High School. He was a member of Historic Liberty Hill AME church in Summerton, SC. He worked for Union Camp in Eastover before his illness.

 In addition to his wife, Jeremiah Jr was preceded in death by a sister, Daisy Oliver and a brother in law Christopher Foye.

God saw that Jeremiah Jr was getting weak, and that the road was getting rough so he sent his angel to give him peace on October 29,2019 in Sumter.

He leaves to cherish his loving memories, a sister; Mary Oliver Foye of Summerton SC; a brother, Moses (Marie) Oliver of Thomasville, NC; four daughters, Sherva Dean Billie (Robert) Parker of Manning, SC, Melissa Oliver of Thomasville, NC, Melinda (Gary)  Elliott of Temple, TX, Patricia Oliver of Columbia, SC; three sons Josh (Geneva) Billy of Greensboro NC, James (Fashonda) Oliver and Jeremiah (Kimberly) Oliver III both of Sumter, SC;  seventeen grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a special cousin, Irene Lawson (Argo) Hill of Florence, SC; three sisters in law, Essie Mae Wells of Panola, SC, Ruth Ann Johnson of Manville, NJ, and Cynthia Johnson of Sumter, SC; three brothers in law; John Henry Stukes (Gladys) of Thomasville NC; Willie Fare Stukes (Beulah) of Newport, VA, David S. Johnson of Paxville SC and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives

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