Mrs. Lottie Mae Stokes Cobb, the eldest daughter of the late Rebecca Stokes, was born August 8, 1938 in Smoaks, South Carolina. She was called home to rest on February 24, 2021 after a long battle of health ailments at the St. George Healthcare Center.
At a young age, Lottie Mae joined Beulah Baptist Church in Smoaks, South Carolina where she served faithfully for many years and was a member of the Senior Adult Choir. Lottie Mae was employed for Carolina Visuals, LLC (formerly Young Well Products) in Smoaks, SC for over 25 years.
Lottie Mae attended the public schools of Colleton County. She was married to the late James Franklin (Sonny Boy) Cobb in December of 1956 and this union three children were born. One daughter preceeded her in death Gertrude Cobb. Lottie Mae will be remembered as one of the best people you will ever meet.
She leaves to cherish her memory a loving son, Leon (Sharon) Cobb of Walterboro, SC and daughter Bobbie Jo Cobb of (Charleston Heights Community) Charleston, SC. Her grandchildren, two which were reared in the home Karla Cobb and Karlos Cobb, both of Walterboro, SC, Deon (Donna) Cobb of Goose Creek, SC and Malik Cobb of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Two brothers Charlie (Dorothy) Stokes of Smoaks, SC and Charles (Tanya) Stokes of Enterprise, Alabama. Six sisters Rosella Stokes, Bessie Jenkins, Mazie Stokes and Ruth Ann Linder all for Smoaks, SC. Janet Stokes of Hampton, SC and Barbara Jean (Mike) of Walterboro, SC, one sister-in-law Mabel Steward of Reevesville, SC, one brother-in law John Lawton, one adopted sister, Georgia Jenkins of Smoaks, SC. Her most dearest friend Mary Brown of Smoaks, SC. Of note, Three siblings preceeded her in death Benjamin (Lillie Ruth) Stokes, Mazell Lawton, Hattie Lee Stokes and a sister-in-law Mildred Lawton Stokes. She leaves a host of many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
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