Norine Linder, daughter of the late Abraham and Iva Linder, was born on October 2, 1941, in Smoaks, South Carolina. She departed this life on May 01, 2022, at Trident Medical Center in North Charleston, South Carolina.
She attended the public schools of Colleton County and graduated from Ruffin High School.
Norine was a lifetime member of Bethel United Methodist Church, Smoaks, South Carolina where she attended faithfully until her health declined. She was a member of the Bethel Older Adult Choir. She resided at the St. George Health Care Center for many years. She was an avid cook and enjoyed all types of sports. On weekends, anyone knew where to locate Norine; either on Highway 21, or in Johnsville at a baseball/softball game. Playing cards was also one of her favorite pastimes.
She was married to the late Johnny Lee Linder, Sr. and to this union, four children were born.
Norine was preceded in death by a son, Johnny “Moochie”, and two daughters, Brenda and Sacred; five siblings, Donald Williams, Georgianna Howard, Thelma Inabinett, Jake Linder and Rebecca Mixon; and one son-in-law, Wendell Salley.
She leaves to cherish her memories: One son, Ray Anthony (Jackie) Linder of Elizabeth, New Jersey; ten grandchildren, Denise, Timothy and Jasmine Linder of Colleton County, Constance and Ray Linder Jr. of Columbia, South Carolina, Ebonee Gibbs and Sharae Linder of Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jerelle Martin of Brooklyn, New York, Patrick (Shatara) Salley of Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Tito Behlin of Jacksonville, Florida; Twenty-four Great-Grandchildren; One brother, Cleveland (Maureen) Linder of Brooklyn, New York; one additional daughter-in-law, Hazel Linder of Brooklyn, New York; one son-in-law, William Winston of Queens, New York; three sisters-in-law, Clara Jordan, Elouise Mosley and Deloris Campbell of Colleton County; three brothers-in-law, Robert Linder, Sr., Abner Linder, Jr., and James Mixon of Colleton County, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Her memories will also be cherished by a special family friend and caregiver, Lizzie Davidson who was dedicated in the caregiving of Norine Linder.