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Edward "Ned" Carlisle

December 8, 2018

Edward Brown “Ned” Carlisle, of Newberry, died December 8, 2018 at his residence.

Born in Newberry, he was a son of the late Richard Coleman and Ola Brown Carlisle. He was a good and faithful servant of Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, where he was a member of the Spirit of Aveleigh Sunday School Class. Mr. Carlisle was a farmer and received many awards for Timber Management . He was a master woodworker, and would travel all over and sell his woodcrafts at different craft shows. Neduck decoys that he made can be found all over the country. He loved to travel and to camp. One of the biggest highlights in his life was being baptized in the Jordan River.

He is survived by his wife, Jenny Jenkins Carlisle; his children, Chris and Marianne Carlisle, Tim and Mary Carlisle, and Suzanne and Joey Vick; grandchildren, Sarah Carlisle, Ann-Marie Carlisle, Ned Vick, Joshua Carlisle, Jennifer Brunson, Valerie Vick, and Rachel Vick; great-grandchildren, Carter Carlisle, Lauren Brunson, and Gage Ellis. He was predeceased by his brother, John Coleman Carlisle.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at Aveleigh Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Dr. Mitchell VanMetere. Burial will follow in Rosemont Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 6:00 - 7:30 PM at the McSwain-Evans Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, 1211 Calhoun Street, Newberry, SC 29108.

Active pall bearers will be Jimmy Brown, Dean Brown, Joey Kitchen, Tom Henderson, J.L. Harrington, and Jonathan Brunson

Honorary pall bearers will be the Spirit of Aveleigh Sunday School Class.

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