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Daisy Reed

November 23, 1939 ~ July 28, 2018 (age 78)

Mother Daisy Reed, 78, departed this life on Satruday July 28, 2018 in Florence County. She was the mother of Nancy Reed, Annie Reed, Jerome Reed, Barbara Reed, Yvonne Reed and Lisa Reed. You may visit the family of Mother Daisy Reed at 1003 Rosewood Drive, Apartment- B in Marion, SC.

Services for Mother Daisy Reed are scheduled to be held Centerville Missionary Baptist Church on Monday, August 6, 2018 at 3pm. Mother Daisy Reed will be laid to rest in the Centerville Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.


Daisy Bell Reed, lovingly known as “Mrs. Daisy” was born on November 23, 1939 to the late Hagood Reed and LeRoney Davis. She departed this earthly realm of life on Saturday July 27, 2018 in the McLeod Reginal Medical Center, Florence, South Carolina. Daisy attended the public schools of Marion County, (Centenary SC.) she was employed by various institutions that included doing domestic work and also being self- employed with different consolidations that included selling Avon and Tupperware for many years. Daisy was also a foster parent to four well deserving children. Daisy loved her entire family and all those that came in contact with her loving and welcoming arms.

Daisy surrendered her life to Christ in early years of life. She attended Knights Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY for many years until she later followed the Pastor Rev. Eddie Jackson to the new place of worship Sunset Baptist also located in Brooklyn, NY.

Daisy Reed left Brooklyn, NY in 2001 to return to her place of birth, Centenary, SC, where she continued her faithful and devoted service to Christ at Centerville Baptist Church, located in Centenary, SC.

Daisy not only gave her time and service to the Lord, she gave her love and tender mercy to all. She enjoyed fun, laughter and most importantly doing her best to keep the family together. One thing she also tried to instill in us her children was to stay together and pray to the Lord that whatever you’re going through the Lord will and can work it out. Just to have “faith and believe.”

Daisy was not only a loving and dedicated mother, she was a loving and caring grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to so many. If you didn’t get a chance to meet and know “Mrs. Daisy, you missed out.”

Daisy was married to the late Samuel Wharton Williams. She preceded in death by her parents Hagood Reed and LeRoney Davis, sister; Dorothy Gause, two brothers: Willie Reed and Hagood Reed Jr.

Daisy leaves to cherish beautiful and precious fond memories to her loving children; Nancy Reed of South Carolina, Annie Reed of Brooklyn NY, Jerome Reed of Georgia, Barbara Reed of Brooklyn, NY, Yvonne Reed of Brooklyn NY, Lisa Reed of South Carolina whom she resided with. She never stop loving and caring for Jenja, Warren, Lorretta and Charles Johnson four siblings she raised and cared for as her own, sisters; Hazel Davis, Mullins, SC, Willa Mae Reed-Fling of Brooklyn, NY, Annie Reed of Brooklyn NY. Daisy also leaves twenty- two grandchildren and twenty- four great grands and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

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