Carver Thomas Goldsberry  August 2 2018

Carver Thomas Goldsberry August 2 2018

Cheraw, SC Carver Thomas Goldsberry, the infant son of Thomas and Brittany Goldsberry, was received into heaven August 2, 2018. In his short time here with us he touched so many lives, teaching us the importance of Christian love and compassion. He was a “member” of Cheraw First Baptist Church. Surviving are his parents listed above, a sister, Chelsee Goldsberry of Cheraw, SC, grandparents, Mel West of Cheraw, SC, Keith Springs of Myrtle Beach, SC, Earl and Cheryl Goldsberry of Cheraw, SC, great grandparents, Shirley Brock of Cheraw, SC, Ralph and Doris Goldsberry of Summerton, SC and Billy Ray Springs of Green Sea, SC. He was preceded in death by a grandfather Bill West. The family will receive friends 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Monday, August 6, 2018 in the foyer of the family life center at First Baptist Church Cheraw. A funeral service will be held at 5:00 PM in the family life center at First Baptist Church Cheraw. We respectfully request for those in attendance to wear your t-shirts in support of Carver or superhero attire. Visit kiserfuneralhome.com to send an e-condolence.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Carver Thomas Goldsberry August 2 2018.

Kiser Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Cheraw, state: South Carolina

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