Harleyville- Jacqueline Prine Griffin, age 90, entered into eternal glory on March 2, 2020 at Ashley Landing Assisted Living in North Charleston.
Jackie was born June 15, 1929, in Charleston to the late Florence Driggers and William Prine. She was the widow of Charles Rankin Griffin of Stone Mountain, GA. She grew up in Charleston, SC where she worked many jobs including Eagles, Piece Goods Shop, school lunchroom, and a local sewing factory before earning her GED. She became a rural postal carrier. Jackie and Charlie enjoyed many wonderful years of travel on bus tours and with the Omar Shrine Temple Marching Patrol. Her life on Easy Street in Harleyville, SC was a great blessing to her daughter and grandchildren, who loved having GG close by. She was a member of the Wren Chapter of ABWA; a member of Epiphany Church in Eutawville, SC; a member of the Daughters of the King; the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary of Harleyville, SC, and a member of the Daughters of the Nile, Charleston, SC. Jackie enjoyed worshipping God, good food, music, family, and friends. Her favorite sayings were: “Give it to God and let it go!” and “God is Good, All the time, And All the time, God is Good!”
Survivors include her daughter, Sandra (John) Parker of Harleyville, SC; her grandchildren, Amanda (Mike) Edwards of Roanoke, VA, Matthew Parker of Daniel Island, SC; her great granddaughter, Karis Sofia Edwards of Roanoke, VA; her sister, Gloria V. Taylor, of Wando Woods, and many nieces and nephews.
Jackie was preceded in death by her son, Teddy Bryant; her husband, Charles Griffin; her sisters, Lucille Walters, Wilhelmina Hundley, Doris Givens and her brother, William Prine.
A Celebration of life will be held 2 p.m. at The Historic Church of the Epiphany 12065 Old Number Six Highway, Eutawville, SC 29048 on Saturday, March 7, 2020 with Reverends Peter Levasseur and John Scott officiating. The family will greet friends an hour prior to service in the social hall. Burial will be immediately after in the church yard
The family would like to thank Ashley Landing Assisted Living and Regency Southern Care Hospice, especially her nurse for the last two years, Mark Uhler, for all the loving care and support.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to The Historic Church of the Epiphany, Post Office Box 9, Eutawville, SC 29048.