Martha Ann (Altman) Gooding

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Martha Ann Altman Gooding
CROCKETVILLE, SC - Mrs. Martha Ann Altman Gooding of Crocketville died early Sunday morning in the Hampton Regional Medical Center, after an extended illness.
Mrs. Gooding was born in Crocketville, a daughter of the late Jacob Forest Altman and Mary Rivers Altman. She retired from H & B Railroad in Hampton as their secretary after 44 years, and was a member of the Harmony Presbyterian Church where she was active with the Presbyterian Women. She had been active with the Seed and Weed Garden Club, American Legion Auxiliary, FCL with Clemson Extension, and Red Hat Society. She also served as treasurer of the Crocketville Cemetery Association for many years.
Surviving is her husband of 64 years, Oddis Gooding of Crocketville. She was predeceased by her sister and brother-in-law: Mary Alice and Julian W. Pilgrim.
Funeral services will be 2 PM Wednesday in the Harmony Presbyterian Church with burial in Crocketville & Presbyterian Cemetery, directed by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.
Visitation will be from 5 to 7 PM Tuesday in the Chapel located at 300 Mulberry Street West in Hampton and Wednesday until 1 PM when the casket will be placed in the church.
The family suggests that those who wish may send memorials to the Crocketville Cemetery Association, PO Box 158, Hampton SC 29924 or the Harmony Presbyterian Church, 3897 Bamberg Highway, Hampton SC 29924.
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Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home, Hampton Chapel - Hampton
300 Mulberry Street
West Hampton, SC 29924
803-943-3352
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on May 10, 2016