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Nathaniel Ulysees Cunningham
August 7, 1955 ~ October 17, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Mr. Nathaniel Ulysees Cunningham, 68, most known to others as “Britty” was born August 7, 1955 in McCormick, SC to the late Luke and Vera N. Cunningham. He departed his earthly body on Tuesday, October 17, 2023, at McCormick Post Acute in McCormick, SC. Nathaniel attended Macedonia FBH Church in McCormick, SC. He was a 1975 graduate of McCormick High School. After graduation, he enlisted in the Army National Guard where he served for 21 years. He worked for Greenwood Mills at both the Durst and Harris plants for 31 years before retiring. After retirement and before his health began to fail, he took pleasure in driving tractor trailers for various trucking companies. He was a member of Lower Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge #96 in McCormick, SC. Nathaniel was known best for taking care of his loved ones. He had an upbeat attitude and personality. He loved tinkering with cars and trucks. Nathaniel was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers; Charles Cunningham, Sr. and James E. Cunningham and a sister, Gladys Turman. Nathaniel’s memories will be cherished by his children, Nakeyshia (Sean) Welch of Greenville, SC, Clenese (Marcus) Cannady, Kristy (Jason Bolden) Polly, Crystal McCasline, and Felicia (Demarco) Wideman, all of Greenwood, SC, Yashika (Rico) Johnson of Abbeville, SC and Bryan (Teran) Nickles of Greenwood, SC; four sisters, Izola Mims, Virginia Arnette and Patsy Rhinehart all of McCormick, SC and Edna Robinson of Aiken, SC; his special friend and caregiver, Lois McCasline of Troy, SC; his best friend, Curtis Wideman of McCormick, SC, seventeen grandchildren, one great-grandchild and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends who will miss him dearly.