Jackie W. Collins MULLINS, S.C. - Jacquelyn Worley Collins, 77, gracefully slipped away on the evening of Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at McLeod Loris Community Hospital. Mrs. Collins was surrounded and comforted by her beloved children and family. Mrs. Collins was born on July 26, 1935 in Mullins, South Carolina to Floyd and Telulah Worley. She grew up on her family's tobacco farm and after graduating from Floyds Highschool attended Winthrop College. She carried out an extensive career as a dedicated employee with Farm Bureau of Mullins until she retired. Mrs. Collins was known to value her craft for needlepoint, cross-stitch and her appreciation for antiques, but most of all her love for her children and grandchildren was her most precious joy. Survivors include daughter Debbie and her husband Mike Rion of Loris, son Lester and his wife Angie Collins of Mullins, granddaughter Nichole and husband Richard Black of Loris, grandson Justin King of Loris, grandson Lance Collins of Mullins, two great-grandchildren Jacob and Caitie Black of Loris, one sister Frances Bond and her husband John of North Wilkesboro, NC. Relatives include: Laura Bond Abernethy Walsh of North Wilkesboro, NC, Elizabeth Bond Davis of Conway, SC, Johnny Bond of North Wilkesboro, NC, Jacquelyn Mishoe of Loris, Billy and Celsa Worley of Nichols, Maria Worley of Loris, Susie and Rey Worley of Nichols, Faye Worley, Mary Worley Smith, Cindy Howell, Gina Worley, all of Nichols and Floyd Worley of Surfside. Mrs. Collins was pre-deceased by her parents and Brother Floyd Coleman Worley, Sr. Visitation will be Friday, July 26, 2013, from 6:00-8:00 pm at Cox Collins Funeral Home, Mullins Chapel. Funeral services will be Saturday, July 27, 2013, 11am at Gapway Baptist Church. Committal services to follow at Red Hill Memorial Gardens and Mausoleum, Mullins, SC. Memorials may be made to Cox Collins Funeral Home, c/o Debbie Rion, 715 South Main St. P.O. Box 613 Mullins, SC 29574. Cox-Collins Funeral Home of Mullins is handling the services for Mrs. Collins.
This obituary was originally published in the Morning News (Florence, SC).