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Molly Delores (Graham) DawkinsJanuary 6, 1948 ~ January 2, 2021 (age 72)
Mrs. Molly Delores Graham Dawkins a quiet and gentle soul passed into eternal life at the age of 72 on Saturday, January 2, 2021. She was born on January 6, 1948 in Silverstreet, South Carolina to the late Dennis Graham, Sr. and the late Mary E. Graham.
She was a member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness. Molly was special, she loved the work of Jehovah Witnesses and was a dedicated member for many years. Because of her love and devotion, she pursued and became a Pioneer and spent many days with her husband traveling and sharing what she faithfully believed.
Molly attended Gallman High where she graduated in 1967 and started her first job at Monsanto Chemical Plant in Greenwood, South Carolina and was a dedicated and celebrated employee for 34 years. She retired in 2001.
She was gifted in cooking and baking and shared her gift with many throughout her life. She had a tremendous impact on people because of her gentle spirit and peaceful demeanor and was so loved and she loved unconditionally. She lived in Silverstreet, South Carolina all of her life and was an honorable wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to many.
Molly was predeceased by a brother, Dennis Graham, Jr., mother-in-law, Lannie Dawkins and father-in-law, Eugene Dawkins.
She leaves behind to cherish her loving memories Allen Dawkins the love of her life; two sons, Twardzit Dawkins (Yasha) of Blythewood, SC and Orinthian Dawkins (Larissa) of Simpsonville, SC; three sisters, Ella G. Spears of Spartanburg, SC, Debra G. Bonnette (Jerome) of Newberry, SC and Beverly Johnson of Clinton, SC; brother, Charles Graham (Mary Jane) of Silverstreet, SC; 4 grandchildren, Trey, Ahjayreon, Onyarion and Danica; sisters-in-law, Lafayette Mosley, Bernice Dawkins and Lola Jeter; brother-in-law, Ezra Dawkins, (Misty); aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. She will be dearly missed.
Memorial services will be conducted on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Pratt Funeral Home Chapel for immediate family only. All in attendance are asked to wear a mask or face covering and to practice social distancing.