Inman West Greenville News 7 Sep 1968 p5
1 1 Inman West ANDERSON Inman West, 76, of 2207 Edgewood Ave., died in a local hospital Friday. He was a native of Anderson County, son of the late Bud and Mary Jane Sanders West. He was a retired building contactor and a deacon of Mountain Creek Baptist Church. surviving are iwu suns, !Rodnev and s. f. "Tab" west 0f Anderson; two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth G. Stuart and Mrs. Joe L. McGill of Anderson; two brothers, Raymond J. and Ansel West of Anderson; a sister, Mrs. George Mullinax of Elberton. Ga.: end nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Sunday at 3 p.m. at McDougald'i North Chapel Sunday Sunday at 3 p.m. by the Rev. Leonard King, the Rev. D. Clarence Shirley and the Rev. Paul Nix. Burial will be in the old Silver Brook Cemetery. Pallbearers will be JacK, Herbert and Charles West, Joe R. McGill, Calvin Smith and Fred Mullinax. The body is at the chapel where the family will receive friends Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m.