William Carder Obituary, Death – Mr. William Lamar Carder, who was 52 years old and a resident of Hartsville, South Carolina, passed away in the early morning hours of Tuesday, May 23, 2023, at his home, where he was surrounded by his loving family.
Mr. Carder was the son of James “Jimmy” Hinson and Judy Marlene Klawer, both of whom have since died away. Mr. Carder was born in Kershaw, South Carolina, and he was the son of his parents. William treasured the time he was able to spend with his family, and especially the time he was able to spend with his beloved dog, Lizzy.
Constructing and producing one-of-a-kind goods was one of his favorite aspects of running his own company, and he took great pride in the unique products he was able to produce. In addition to that, he was very interested in autos and was skilled at repairing them. He is survived by his beloved wife of 15 years and high-school sweetheart, Doris “LeAnn” Carder of the home; his children Christain William Carder, Courtney LeAnn Carder, and Emma Channing Johnson, all of Hartsville; and a step-son, Brandon Scott Sox of Chapin.
In addition, he leaves behind a step-son. Christain William Carder, Courtney LeAnn Carder, and Emma Channing Johnson all reside in Hartsville. In addition, he leaves behind a step-son who resides in Chapin and is named Brandon Scott Sox. It had been 15 years since he had tied the knot with Doris “LeAnn” Carder.
His daughter Becky Marlene Carder, his parents, and both of his sisters, Cathy Casey and Patricia Gaskins, all went away prior to his passing.
The funeral ceremony that will be held in his honor to celebrate his life will start at eleven o’clock in the morning on Saturday, May 27th, 2023, and it will be held at the Chapel of Norton Funeral Home. The Reverend Charles McLendon has been asked to serve as the officiant for the event. The funeral home where the ceremony was conducted will be open for visitation between the family and visitors immediately following the service. At Norton Funeral Home & Crematory, we consider it an honor to be of assistance to the Carder family at this difficult time.