1. A Time to be Born
Mrs. Juanita Richardson Halley was born on Wednesday, August 23, 1939, to the late Johnny Taylor and Ann Watson in Rembert, South Carolina.
2. A Time to Die
Mrs. Halley transitioned from her Earthly journey on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 surrounded with her loving and caring family.
3. A Time to Gain
Mrs. Halley accepted and received Christ as her personal Savior and was baptized at an early age. As a member of the Union Baptist Church, she was a devoted and dedicated President of the Senior Ushers and member of the Gospel Choir, Senior Missionary Society and Wateree Baptist Association Choir. She received her education in the schools of Sumter County but later earned her high school diploma. She worked for many years as a school bus driver, caregiver and numerous other jobs.
4. A Time to Plant
She was joined in Holy Matrimony to the late Deacon Julius C. Halley. To their union, six children whom they loved differently, abundantly and unconditionally, Barbara (Ellis) Wells and their children, Sabrina (Chad), Melissa and Christopher (Shameka) and Sherman; Linda Halley and her children Cherri, Julius, Kelvin and Marcus; Cynthia Halley and her children, Linell, Justin and Mallory; Juliyett (Bernell) Ransom and their children, Cornelius (Tamera) and Cornethia; James Halley and his children, Jamie and Travis; Pamela Halley (deceased) and her children, Shaneequa and Peyton; twenty-four great-grandchildren; six brothers, Ernest Richardson, Timothy Watson, Wesley Watson, Eugene Watson, Melvin Snow and Joe Taylor; five sisters, Diane Reid, Lorraine Watson, Cathy Watson, Betty Moody and Francis Womack; two sisters-in-law, Martha Halley and Mary Ellen Halley and an abundance of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends
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