In Memoriam : Horace Mealing Jr.
Horace Mealing Jr. - age: 72
(March 26, 1946 to August 07, 2018 )
Resident of Lexington, South Carolina
The family of Mr. Horace Mealing Jr. will be receiving friends and well wishers on Friday August 10, 2018 at the J. H. Robinson Funeral Home of Lexington, SC from 4-7 PM.
Home going services for Mr. Horace Mealing Jr. will be held at 1 PM on Saturday August 11, 2018 at the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, 606 W Main Street, Lexington, SC 29072. His remains will be available for viewing at the church from 11 to 12 noon.
Horace Mealing Jr. was the son of the late Horace Sr. and Marie Mealing. He was born March 26, 1946 in Edgefield, SC. Horace departed this earthly life on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.
Horace moved to Lexington County at an early age and graduated from Rosenwald High School, class of 1965. After graduating from high school, Horace worked for Glassmaster for a number of years. He later pursued owning his own business. He was the owner of Mealing Fiberglass & Boat Repair for 30 years.
Horace was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Albert and David.
Horace is survived by his companion Linda Grove; his six daughters Clarissa Jackson of Pelion, SC, Sherri (Yemi) Adenuga of Gaston, SC, Kristen of Irmo, SC, Dana, Kayla and Inge Jones of Lexington, SC, stepson Andrew Grove of Las Vegas; sisters Florence Hiller, Cora Wise, Suietta, Cathy and Katie Broadwater all of Lexington;four brothers Joseph and Freddie Mealing, and Willie "Bill", and Michael "Sam" Broadwater; ten grandcildren, eight great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, other family and friends.
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Belinda Doss - August 10, 2018 Contact this person
Linda and Family, I am so sorry to learn of Horace’s passing. He was a great friend — always a smile on his face! He will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him. Belinda Doss
Jerry Dula - August 11, 2018 Contact this person
I had the very distinct pleasure of knowing this fine gentleman for only about fifteen years. He was a jovial fellow with a great sense of humor and very pleasant demeanor. I first met him when I needed some repairs on an old boat that only I would buy. He did that repair and then came to my house and helped me with another boat I purchased. I later actually worked with Horace at his business. I have nothing but love and admiration for this man whom I will miss all the days of my life on this earth and look forward to seeing him when I go. I will say this only for you Horace, Go Tigers!! Keep them straight up there.