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October 31, 1969 ~ January 22, 2024 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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Gretta Fleming was born on October, 31, 1969, in Camden, South Carolina. She was the daughter of Gertrude F. Hawkins. On January 22, 2024 the Lord said “Well done thy good and faithful servant!,” gave her wings and allowed her to fly home to be with Him!
She was educated in the Kershaw County Public Schools and graduated from Camden High School class of 1989. After completing her education, she embarked on her career at The Kershaw Center, where she spent numerous years fulfilling her God given talents.
Gretta lived life spreading endless amounts of joy, love and affection to everyone who had the privilege of meeting her. She taught us to love greater, to be kind and considerate to everyone and to look at this world with wide eyes full of wonder and excitement. She participated in Special Olympic events, and loved to color, draw and listen to music and was a huge fan of Michael Jackson. Gretta was a regular attendee of Pine Grove AME Church of Rembert, South Carolina.
Gretta is survived by her mother, Gertrude Hawkins; two brothers, Marvin Fleming and Patrick Hawkins, and one sister Angel Hawkins-Keels and a host of loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. She is preceded in death by her grandmother, Ethel Lucille Allen and grandfather, Reverend Nathaniel Allen.
Gretta will be remembered for her giving spirit, contagious smile and patience. She was truly God’s gift to the world. Gretta will be remembered for her giving spirit, contagious smile and patience. She was truly God’s gift to the world.