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Lillian Hampton

Lillian Starn Hampton

Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
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Obituary

Lillian Starn Hampton, 98 of Lake Wylie, SC was welcomed home to the Lord on November, 10, 2020. Lillian was born on January 9, 1922 to Charles Starn and Sophie (Hees) Starn. She was the third oldest of 15 brothers and sisters, including Charles, Sophie, Esther, Fred, James, Elsie, Harry, Betty, Peggy, Don, Bob, Wesley, Stanley, and Cathy.

Lillian graduated from Pleasantville High School in 1936 and began her career in the family business "Starn's Shoprite," where she worked in the office for 36 years.

Lillian met the love of her life, Howard W. Hampton (deceased 2019) and was married for 71 years. They enjoyed spending time with family and friends on the ski slopes and golf courses and also loved boating and fishing.

Lillian and Howard were members of Central United Methodist Church for over 60 years. She was a person of faith sharing the love of the Lord with all those she met.

Lillian is survived by her twin daughters, Pamela Manley and Linda (Brian) Cruse; four grandchildren, Justin Manley, Jackie (Joe Lyons) Zinn, Kristin (Bill) Stech, and John (Samantha) Cruse, along with ten great-grandchildren, Alexa, Jared, Gabe, Jacob, Cameron, Riley, Evelyn, Lillian, and Henry. She was predeceased by her son-in-law, Alan Manley (Pam) and grandson through marriage John Zinn (Jackie).

A private burial will be held. Lillian's charities were Central United Methodist Church, 5 Marvin Avenue, Linwood, NJ 08221 and to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission, P.O.Box 5358, Atlantic City, NJ 08404.
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Peg Pullan

Posted at 04:51pm
Sending sympathy from the Joyce Hampton Pullan clan. Mom passed on June 1, 2020. She was so very fond of both of your parents. Warm regards, Peggy Pullan (pegpullan@gmail.com)
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