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Paul Burton Joyner

Paul Burton Joyner

Conway, South Carolina Paul Burton Joyner, age 74, passed away Tuesday, August 02, 2011 at his residence. Paul was born December 22, 1936 in Bucksport, South Carolina, a son of the late W. G. (Pop) Joyner and the late Kelly Paul Joyner. Paul was a US Army veteran having proudly served our country. He was previously employed as a night auditor for 25 years at the Jamaican Motor Inn in Myrtle Beach. One of Paul’s favorite hobbies throughout the years was sculpting and acrylic painting. Paul was a former member of the Charleston Art Guild and the Waccamaw Arts and Crafts Guild. Survivors include his wife; Jan Joyner; his son, Captain Paul Burton Joyner, Jr., US Air Force, Spangdahlem, Germany; his daughter, Julie Hardy of Richmond, VA; his step-sons, Marcus Wu and his wife, Abbie, of Durham, NC, John Wu of Hanahan, SC, Peter Wu of Myrtle Beach; his brothers, Charles Joyner and his wife, Jeannie, of Myrtle Beach, Bob Joyner of Myrtle Beach, John Joyner and his wife, Mary, of Nichols, SC, David Joyner and his wife, Joanne, of Aynor, SC; his sister, Cherry Leslie of Dallas, TX; his grandchildren, Beverly, P.J., Josh, Rhodes; and his great grandchildren, Abby and Ella. A memorial service with military honors will be held at 10:00 AM Saturday, August 06, 2011 at McMillan-Small Funeral Home with Dr. J. Kirk Lawton, Jr. officiating. The family will receive friends following the service. Memorials may be sent to Mercy Hospice Care, 8216 Devon Court, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572.
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Aneilya Barnes
Myrtle Beach
Created On: 08/08/2011 14:29:35

To Charles, Jeannie, and the rest of the family,

Please accept my condolences during your time of loss.

Deepest Sympathies,
Aneilya Barnes

Joyce Hargrove
Created On: 08/05/2011 18:06:59

I am deeply sorry to hear of Pauls passing and know that he will be missed by all who knew him. I worked with Paul during the time he worked at the Jamaican and was always happy to see his smiling face each morning when I came in to work. I\\\'m just sorry that we lost touch after the Jamaican changed hands.

My prayers go out to you, his family, in your time of grief.

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