Joyce Jennings Bolin

Joyce Jennings Bolin

SPRIBGFIELD – Funeral services for Joyce Jennings Bolin, 76, of Springfield, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, 2020, at First Baptist Church of Springfield, with Dr. Jared Pemper and the Rev. Trent Still officiating. Burial will be in Springfield Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, at Folk Funeral Home, Williston. Due to the current pandemic and the CDC regulations, social distancing and other guidelines will be in place. Memorial contributions may be given to the Connie Maxwell Children's Home, P.O. Box 1178, Greenwood, SC 28648.

Mrs. Joyce passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Born in Orangeburg, she was the daughter of the late Marion Milton Jennings and Annie Louise Keller Jennings. She worked as an engineering clerk for Southern Bell and retired from Bell South. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Springfield, the Elderberries and the Median Two Sunday School Class. She loved gardening and enjoyed spending time with the members of the Springfield Garden Club.

Survivors include her daughter, Rebecca B. (Rufus C.) Morgan of Springfield; a son, Henry David (Christy) Bolin of Lexington; grandchildren, Rachel M. (Tripp) Hylton, Rebecca M. (Russell) Zorn, Roxanne M. (Trent) Still, Henry David Bolin Jr. and Harrison Thomas Bolin; great grandchildren, Jude Still, Ames Still and Walt Zorn; a brother, Marion Daniel (Betty Jean) Jennings of Orangeburg; nieces, Tammy (Tim) Johnson of West Columbia and Tonya (Brandon) Wall of Columbia; and great-nieces and great-nephews.

Folk Funeral Home Inc. and Crematory is assisting the family with arrangements. Visit our on-line registry at

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Published by The Times and Democrat on Sep. 17, 2020.
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Folk Funeral Home
70 N Elko St PO Box 367, Williston, SC 29853
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First Baptist Church of Springfield
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We will not say goodby but just see you later.I want to say not only you were my Sister but my best friend. My hero, always helping your little brother out of all kinds mischief.From almost cutting off my thumb when I wanted to see if those lawn mower blades were sharp.=,oh and bending up your brand new bike you got for Christmas.Lord how much im Going to miss that great smile when I would come see you. You were so loving, so special.I will never for get what a special sister I had, the best of the best.One in a million.I love you to the Moon and back.God called you home and I know you are safe forever.Love your brother, Love you Sis=�Always.
Danny and Betty Jennings
September 17, 2020