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Nellie "Nettie" McCloud
April 1, 1938 ~ November 16, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old
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Nellie Brown McCloud, affectionately known as "Nettie" a daughter of the late Govan and Lillian Gaddis Brown was born April 1, 1938. She departed this life and entered into eternal rest on November 16, 2023 at Colleton Medical Center.
Nelle was educated in the public schools system of Colleton County. She was a life long member of the Oakman Branch Missionary Baptist Church, where she recieved Christ as her Lord and Savior. At an early age, Nellie moved to New York to be with her siblings to create a better life for herself. She met the love of her life, Mr. Saul McCloud. While residing in New York, she joined Bright Light Baptist Church, where she served faithfully, on the Usher Board, Nurse's Unit and on the Kitchen Committee.
In 1994, Nellie and Saul relocated to Walterboro, South Carolina. Upon moving back to South Carolina, she renewed her membership with Oakman Branch Missionary Baptist Church. During her time there, she served on the Nurse's Unit.
Nellie was known all over New York and South Carolina for her impeccable skills as a cook and a baker.
A Time to Mourn; Preceding her in death, was her husband, Saul, son, David; three brothers James, Sr., Willie Brown, Sr. and Jerome "Jay" Brown, sisters: Azalee, Effie Lee, Valerie, Estell, Florence "Linda' and Eloise.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories, two sisters, Elizabeth "Liz'" Setti and Catherine "Kat" Williams, both of Walterboro, South Carolina. Sisters-in-law Elease Brown, Mary Francis Brown of Walterboro, South Carolina and Polly (Carl) Carolina of Brooklyn, New York. Nellie also leaves a host of very special loving nieces and nephews as well as many cousins and friends. She loved them all in a special way. In her last words spoken, she verified that she knew her famiy loved her, but much as we loved her, God loved her best.