Mary Gentry Sloan

Mary G. Sloan, 93, of Fountain Inn, widow of Samuel H. Sloan, Sr., went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday, September 14, 2019.

Born in Greenville, she was a daughter of the late Daniel H. & Oressa W. Gentry. She was a long-time member of First Baptist Church Simpsonville.

Mrs. Sloan is survived by two sons, Raymond Sloan of Simpsonville, and Randy Sloan of Laurens.

she was preceded in death by two sons, Sam Sloan, Jr. and Dicky Sloan.

Graveside Services will be private for the family.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to: St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Condolences to the family of Mary Gentry Sloan

  • Kathy Burdette Walker
    4 years ago

    So very sorry for the loss of your mom, Raymond & Randy….she will be greatly missed.

  • Ray Brown
    4 years ago

    Miss Mary, was a sweet lady, I used to see her at the grocery store,a long time back, and always remember her sweet smile, and we would talk for a long time. LATER i would see her at the Springs when we would have some flowers to carry down there. I know that, she will be sorely missed. Raymond, and Randy you both are in my prayers. May God make smooth the path before you in the day and months ahead. God blees you and the family. Your friend in Christ.

  • Randy and Raymond I am sorry for your loss, Ms. Mary was always a kind Mother In Law to me. She loved each of her sons in a very special way. I am just thankful that I learned of her passing and able to offer my condolences.

  • Donna Ashmore Weathers
    4 years ago

    May the wonderful memories of your precious mother and her love for you give you peace. Sending love and prayers.

  • Beth Kellett
    4 years ago

    I know you will miss your mom. There is nothing to compare with the loss you feel. She has such a wonderful long life. I know she blessed many hearts.

  • Phyllis willis
    4 years ago

    Mary and I sat beside each other at beaunit and loved each other so very much. We had years of good times and memories together. Loved her like a sister and will always cherish her friendship. Prayers are with you all.

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