Sara E. Dismuke

February 24, 1936 — May 17, 2022

Wadmalaw Island

Sara E. Dismuke

Sara E. Dismuke, 86, of Wadmalaw Island, SC, wife of Jule Stone Dismuke, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, May 17, 2022. Her family will receive friends Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm in the J. Henry Stuhr Inc., West Ashley Chapel, 3360 Glenn McConnell Pkwy. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.

Sara was born February 24, 1936 in Red Level, Alabama, daughter of the late Rusaw Nolen and Bessie Chesser Nolen. Sara was from a large and loving family of 8 brothers and sisters of which one was her twin brother, Marcus. She was a consummate entrepreneur as co-owner of a clothing boutigue, Pandoras Box, and President of J.S. Dismuke Co, Inc. She was a faithful, devoted and long-time member of Essex Village Church of Christ. She loved her book club sisters and gardening with her beloved husband, Diz.

She was a much beloved wife of 62 years to Jule Stone "Diz" Dismuke, and inspirational mother, grandmother and friend to so many in the Charleston Community. All her who knew her were touched by her love and grace. 

In addition to her husband, Sara is survived by her eternally grateful children, Clara Elizabeth "Libby" Dismuke-Greer (husand Sgt Major Edwin Forrest Greer III), Kevin Stone Dismuke (wife Heather Oldenberg Dismuke), Keith Nolen Dismuke (dog Edisto); and her grandchildren, Savannah Elizabeth Dismuke Guimaraes, Nolen Grace Dismuke, and Jule Stone Dismuke III. 

In lieu of flowers, contributions made be made in her memory to the Southeastern Childrens Home (sech.org).

 

 

 

 

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