Chandler Cannon Obituary, Cause of Death – Chandler Cannon, who was 60 years old and had been struggling with health issues for some time, passed away today in a hospital not far from here after a protracted and excruciatingly difficult fight against his illness. He had been struggling against these obstacles for quite some time. She was a Laurens County native, having been born and raised in the county as well as having spent the rest of her life in this region of the state.
She had lived in this part of the state for the entirety of her life. You could reliably locate her at the Little River-Domineck Presbyterian church on a Sunday morning for the service since she was a devout member of that congregation and because she never missed a service. She is survived by her husband, M. A. Cannon, who served as the game warden of Laurens county; a son, Arnold M. Cannon; three daughters, Mrs. Wofford Layton, Mrs. Tan M. Ray, and Mrs. Olin Johnston; a brother, M. B. Chandler; and two sisters, Mrs. J. A.
Golding and Mrs. L. L. Allen. In addition, she is survived by a brother-in-law, Mrs. Olin John Also, she is survived by a sister-in-law who goes by the name Mrs. Olin John. A sister-in-law by the name of Mrs. Olin John is one of the people who will carry on her legacy after her passing. In spite of the fact that she has passed away, her brother M. B. Chandler is still around.
The Reverend C. J. Matthews will preside over the funeral services that are going to take place on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at the Little River-Domineck Presbyterian church. These services are going to be held in memory of a person who passed away. The memorial services will be held in honor of the people who have passed away. These memorial services are going to be held in memory of a person who passed away in the recent past. When all of the formalities have been completed, the funeral and burial will take place in the churchyard. The deceased individual’s body will be stored in a nearby residence during the interim period of time that elapses between the time of death and the burial service.