Caroline Catherine Walters

Caroline Catherine Walters ST. GEORGE, SC - Caroline Catherine Walters, 32 of 709 Gum Branch Road, St. George, and Mt. Pleasant enter into eternal rest on Wednesday morning, October 24, 2012 in the Medical University Hospital from injuries sustained in an auto-pedestrian accident on Shem Creek Bridge in Mt. Pleasant on Sunday October 21, 2012. Because of her generous and giving spirit Caroline chose to be an organ donor and many others will benefit from her Gift of Life. A Memorial service will be held 3 P.M. Sunday October 28, 2012 in the St. George United Methodist Church with Pastor Mike Leonhardt and Pastor Shelby Weeks officiating. Caroline was born March 26, 1980 in Charleston a daughter of Hugh Hutto Walters, III and Donna Marie Gorchych Walters. She was Director of Marketing and Office Manager at Deerfield Plantation in St. George. She attended Mason Preparatory School, a graduate of Dorchester Academy, and the University of South Carolina with a Masters Degree. She was a member of Chi Omega Sorority at USC and St. George United Methodist Church. She loved hunting, boating, being #1 Gamecock fan, spending time with her lab and best friend, Cooper and spending time with her family and friends at Edisto Beach. Surviving are her parents, Hugh and Donna G. Walters; sister, Lauren Walters, nephew, Colson Brooks Walters, her grandmother, Grace Rentz Walters, Nettie O. Walters all of St. George and Miriam R. Westbury of Walterboro. Her Aunts; Mary W. DeAntonio, Mt. Pleasant, Rose Marie Davis, Jacksonville, FL and uncle, Michael (Colleen) Gorchych, Charleston; her boy friend, Brandon Clontz, Moncks Corner and a large number of cousins. The family suggests that memorials be made her memory to, Penn State University, Dr. Craig Myers Breast Cancer Research, Office of Research and Alumni Relations, Mail Code A120, P.O. Box 852, Hershey, PA 17033 to further his findings on a cure for breast cancer. Visit our guestbook at www.legacy.com/obituaries/ charleston

Published in Charleston Post & Courier on Oct. 26, 2012