Barbara Ann Still (Heupel) Ricker

By May 13, 2013 Obituaries

 

Barbara Ann Still (Heupel) Ricker, 76, of North Charleston, passed away Saturday, May 11, 2013.

Family and Friends are invited to attend a visitation Tuesday, May 14, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 7:00PM at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services, 7475 Peppermill Parkway, Suite E, North Charleston, SC. A graveside service will be held at 1:00PM on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at Carolina Memorial Park, 7113 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC.

Mrs. Ricker was born November, 16, 1936 in Barnwell, SC, a daughter of the late Anderson Hewlitt Still and Azilee Hiers Still. She enjoyed life, helping others, and loved her family. She will be missed dearly.

She is survived by her children, Rick (Robbin) Heupel of Eutawville, Yvonne “Vonnie” (Thomas) Travelstead of North Charleston, Carla (Dennis) Monogan of Aiken, and David Heupel of Columbia, brother, Joe Still of Summerville, sister-in-laws, Ruby Still, Penny Still, and Janet Still, 14 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by two husbands, Milo “Hank” Heupel and Bill Ricker and 6 brothers.

Arrangements by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services, North Charleston.

6 Comments

  • Marlene Hall says:

    Thoughts and prayers are with Ricky, Vonnie, Carla, David and all their families during this time. Praying that God kepts you close and comforts you. We love you all.

    Love, Marlene

  • Marlene Hall says:

    Thoughts and prayers are with Ricky, Vonnie, Carla, David and their families during this time. Praying that God kepts you close and comforts you. We love you all.

    Love,

    Marlene and family

  • Connie Still says:

    Our thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy go out to Ricky, Vonnie, Carla and David during this very very sad time with the loss of your mom. We love all of you and pray that you will find consolation in knowing that Aunt Barbara is with God, her mom, her dad and the brothers that went before her. I know that my dad is receiving her with open arms. We love you so much.

    Connie and family

  • Shirley Still Faulk says:

    Barbara was a good friend for many years.I know she is at peace and God be with her family

  • Teri Thompson says:

    Our family left Charleston when I was young but the memories that I have of Aunt Barbara is that she always had a smile on her face and her wonderful boisterous laugh. Ricky, Vonnie,Carla and David I can’t begin to understand what you are going through, but we send our love and prayers for the entire family.
    Love in Christ,
    Teri Still Thompson and family

  • Tony Still says:

    Ricky,Vonny,Carla,David,
    So sorry to hear about Aunt Barb…..I want to say “aunt bob, not aunt barb, since that’s what we always called her. I have the fondest memories of Aunt Bob……….mostly going back many years to the Dorchester Waylon days when Ricky and I spent alot of time together, building tree houses and generally barely staying out of trouble with Grandma. I still remember the black and pink car that Uncle Hank drove and going to the beach or the lake with yall (pre Carla/David days). In later years, I remember Aunt Barb tellling the story of David laying on the couch after eating a giant bowl of jello (made for everyone) and getting sick (he was about 8 years old then). Was always something going on fun around your house. Anyway, I know you guys will miss your mom, as will the rest of us. My sincere condolances to each of you and your families.
    My sister, Connie, will be there for the funeral (Terri and I couldn’t make it…….so sorry). I hope you guys get a chance to visit a bit. Will remember you guys in our prayers. Keep in touch,
    your cousin,
    tony