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  • "You will be missed by many. Rest in Peace. Wanda Taylor..."
  • "In loving memory of a great Uncle..We will love & miss you..."
    - Teri(Loosey) Hardwick-Allen
  • "Thoughts and prayers for the Mayfield family."
    - Janelle Parker-Barbour
  • "with deepest sympathy to Paulette and Will."
    - cindy riordan
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Glenn Mayfield, 58 of Palm Coast, Florida passed away on December 17, 2012. Mr. Mayfield was born in Greenville, South Carolina on March 10, 1954 and was raised in Charleston, South Carolina. He joined the United States Navy where he served aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, and was a member of the initial crew when it was commissioned in October 1977 earning an honorable discharge in 1983. Mr. Mayfield attended Davidson College and The University of South Carolina before transferring to the University of Florida where he received an undergraduate degree in psychology in 1980. He then attended the University Of Florida Law School where he received a Juris Doctor degree in 1982. Mr. Mayfield was a partner in the Law Firm of Ledford, Mayfield and Ogle in Ormond, Beach Fl. before going into semi-retirement. Mr. Mayfield is survived by his beloved wife of 28 years Paulette R. Mayfield; and his son William Alexander Mayfield, of Palm Coast, Florida; sons Jonathan Wesley and Wesley Marshburn White; daughter-in-law Jolee Coarsey White of Chiefland, Fl.; grandsons Wacey Jon, Jack Henry, Justyn Wesley and Layne Jasper White, also of Chiefland, Fl. Other survivors include his parents William Alexander and Eleanor Patton Mayfield of Mt. Pleasant, SC; a sister Susan Mayfield Hunnicutt and brother-in-law, Lee Hunnicutt of, Salida, Colorodo, niece Caroline Mayfield West of Charleston, SC; and nephews Scott Patton West of New York, NY. Joseph Raleigh West and wife Hall Spratt West and great-niece Elliot Scott West of Charleston, SC . He is preceded in death by a brother Wells Thomas Mayfield of Mt Pleasant, SC. A Memorial Luncheon will be held on January 12, 2013 at Washington Oaks State Park. Lohman Funeral Home Palm Coast is in charge of all arrangements.


Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Dec. 23, 2012
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