Sally Charlene (Dew) PeeleAugust 8, 1968 ~ August 13, 2017 (age 49)
Sally Charlene Peele, 49, of Bennettsville passed away Sunday, August 13, 2017 surrounded by her loving family to go be with the Lord. Charlene was born August 8, 1968.
She was a kind loving woman who ministered the gospel. Throughout her walk with God she witnessed to many people in the community. It was her mission and passion to lead people to Christ. It was her drive for God that led her to teach the word at nursing homes and help donate food and water for the homeless locally and overseas. Charlene also enjoyed being a stay at home mom to her most prized possessions, her children. Being a grandmother was her pride and joy.
Charlene had a knack for art, particularly painting and sketching. Some of her favorite things to paint and sketch consisted of things related to nature and the beauty she found in everyday things. Lighthouses are a perfect example of something she loved to paint; to her they represented a beacon of hope during rough times. Both painting and drawing was a time of meditation and relaxation for her. Also among her hobbies was sewing and crafting.
Charlene is preceded in death by her father Charles Dew and Godparents who raised her George and Magie Tucker of Bennettsville. She is survived by the love of her life William “Billy” Raymond Peele, Son William “Little Billy” Earl Peele, Two Daughters Amanda (Tyler) Speight, Nikki (Jamin) Pruitt, and Dianna Dew all of Bennettsville; grand-children Jacob O’Neil Speight and Caroline Jamina-Grace Pruitt; sister Elizabeth D Barton; brothers Christopher Dew of Myrtle Beach and Charles (Holly) Barry of Wadesboro; nephew Lee Roy Barton (of the home) among a host of other niece and nephews; and special friend and her children’s God-Mother Hope (Johnathon) Dozier of Fayetteville.
A funeral service will be held 2pm, Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at Bennettsville Church of God, with burial at Sunset Memorial Park. A visitation will be held from 1-2pm just prior to the service at the church.
On-line condolences may be made @www.bfhbennettsville.com
Burroughs Funeral Home is honored to assist the Peele family.