Jewel Clara Wolfenbarger Lusk

By April 25, 2015 Obituaries
 Jewel Clara Wolfenbarger Lusk, 90, of North Charleston, SC, went to be with the Lord Saturday, April 25, 2015. 
She was the faithful wife of William (Bill) B. Lusk for almost 69 years. 
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the celebration of her life at 2:00pm, Wednesday, April 29, 2015, at Deer Park Baptist Church located at 8875 Old University Boulevard, North Charleston, SC 29406.  The family will receive friends at the church prior to the service (12:30pm – 1:45pm.) 
The burial will take place at Carolina Memorial Gardens immediately after the service.
Jewel was born November 30, 1924 in Granger County , TN.  A daughter of the late James Enoch and Loda Mae Coffman Wolfenbarger.  She was a loving and supportive wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother.  As a believer in Jesus Christ, she was an active member of Deer Park Baptist Church since 1968.  Holding down the home front while her husband fought in two wars, she was a World War II and Korean War heroine. 
She is survived by her husband Bill Lusk, sons – Gary W. Lusk (wife Edie) of Moncks Corner, SC and Mark S. Lusk (wife Janet) of Morganton , NC , daughter Connie L. Tarrant (husband Jimmy) of Travelers Rest, SC, grandchildren – Lee L. Pariseau, Angie L. McBride, David Lusk, Jonathan Lusk, Christy Lusk, Gabrielle Tarrant, and Michaela Tarrant, great grandchildren – Jake Zuber, Isaac Lusk, Rebekah Lusk, and Amelia Grace McBride (due in July.)   In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother Junior Wolfenbarger, and sisters – Opal W. Frye and Pauline W. Harrell Meredith.
Memorials may be made to Deer Park Baptist Church at the address given above.
Arrangements by SIMPLICITY: LOWCOUNTRY CREMATION AND BURIAL SERVICES.

3 Comments

  • Ron and Donna Frye says:

    Dear Aunt Jewel,

    You shared your life, your warm smile, your love for Jesus and your love for family with each of us. You made sure that we always felt welcome in your home or just being with you and you never failed to ask ” how are you doing and how is your family” .
    You made a house a home and Beecher is so much in love with you for all you gave to his life and those around you.
    You will be missed so much but you will always be loved, so until we can meet again, enjoy that special family reunion in heaven.

    Love and miss you – Ronnie

  • Maurene Welch Owen says:

    Prayers for the friends and family of Jewel. I remember her
    as such s pretty lady like my Aunt Opal. Jewel and my Mom (Edna Welch)
    were about the same age. Mom was born in 1921.

  • Kristie Keener says:

    Mark and Family,

    So sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.