Winona Sullivan Mace

Winona “Win” Sullivan Mace, 88, of Simpsonville, went home to be with her Lord and her heavenly Father on Tuesday, February 2, 2021.  Mrs. Mace was a native of Caldwell County, NC and the daughter of the late Thomas Lee and Lucy N. Sullivan.  She was married 46 years to the late Joe Billy Mace of Shelby, NC.  Mrs. Mace retired from Orthopedic Radiology as a registered x-ray technologist.  She continued to enjoy her work with Greenville Hospital System in Pediatric radiology.  She was a member of the Dot Creel Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church of Mauldin.

Mrs. Mace is survived by her two children, Alan R. Mace of Boston and Lisa M. Stockton and her husband, Shane, of Fountain Inn; four grandchildren, Jazz and Kai Mace of New York City, Tyler James of Simpsonville, Kacy James; two great grandsons, Bryn Mace Cox and Reece Samuel Cox of Fountain Inn; two brothers, Marcus Sullivan and his wife, Marlene, of Hudson, NC and Johnny Sullivan and his wife, Katrina, of Charlotte, NC; and a sister, Betty Pennell of Mooresville, NC.

In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Mace was preceded in death by four brothers, Thomas Lee Sullivan, Jr of Lenoir, NC, Lt. Col. Kenneth James G. Sullivan of Lenoir, NC, Carroll Sullivan of Morganton, NC, and Dr. Gwyn Sullivan, PHD.

A Funeral Service will be held at First Baptist Church Mauldin on Friday, February 5, 2021 at 1:30 pm.

A private interment will be at Greenville Memorial Gardens.

Condolences to the family of Winona Sullivan Mace

  • Prayers for the family. Heaven gained a beautiful angel.

  • Judy Shely
    3 years ago

    She left a glowing memory in our hearts and will be missed. Praying for the family and I know she is in a better place. She was one of the sweetest most gracious lady that I have ever known.

  • Sandy Peacock
    3 years ago

    Prayers for you and family. Cherish the memories and know she is at peace watching down on you.

  • Angie Camp
    3 years ago

    Heaven gained a beautiful soul…..loved Ms. Win and her beautiful smile. Praying for the family.

  • Janice Holcombe
    3 years ago

    I will treasure all the memories of times i got to share lunch time or porch time or meeting her for lunch! She taught me so much in her gentle, sweet spirit! Always encouraging and ready to listen! What a Godly Legacy she has left for your family! Our love & Prayers!
    Janice & Tommy Holcombe

  • Dabney Jackson
    3 years ago

    Ms Win was genuinely one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known. She always had a smile on her face and was such a people person. Heaven definitely gained a sweet angel. Praying for peace for the family.

  • Rick Sullivan
    3 years ago

    I will always remember the special times Aunt Winona and my folks spent together. Her kindness was warm, welcoming and brought joy to us all. I have and will continue to reminiscence of those wonderful times since our mothers are with us always. First in life and forever in our memories.

  • Kelly Nichols
    3 years ago

    Mrs Mace was incredibly kind and loving individual, she always made me feel at home. I remember well, the family campout trips we took with you all… She was attentive always looking after us.
    She made the world soft and beautiful with her presence and voice, and left with us the beauty that she expressed in her life.
    My thoughts are with you and the family now as you journey through the passing of this beautiful woman.

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