Surviving are a daughter Trina Roark of Jonesville; two sons, Gary Turner and wife Judy and Timothy A.

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Funeral Services will be held at at Lockhart Free Will Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. The family will receive friends from prior to the services at the church. Surviving are two daughters, Rushie Sorrenti and husband Larry of Salem, SC and Kaye Belue and husband Dwight of Jonesville; one sister Blanche Gwinn and one brother, Paul Olin Lawson and wife Faye, all of the Mt. Active pallbearers will be Kenneth Lancaster, Darrel Kendrick, Eddie Lawson, Donnie Covan, Larry Bennett, Tyler Petty.

Memorials may be made to Riverside Boys c/o Tommy Fowler 218 Ponderosa Drive, Union, SC 29379 or Lockhart Free Will Baptist Church, 126 Askew Circle, Union, SC 29379. Frances Erlene Lawson Gowan, age 80, of 1124 Gowan Rd., Pauline, SC widow of Donald Mansel Gowan, passed away Friday, February 26, 2016. Gowan was born in Union, SC a daughter of the late Paul A. Lebanon Community; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held from at the church prior to the services at the church.

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