Funeral services for Mrs. Geneva Felder Murray, conducted by Bishop Thomas Plowden, Jr. and the Rev. Mervin McBride, were held Saturday, February 2, 2013, at Bibleway Temple of Lane. Burial, directed by Henryhand Funeral Home, followed at McKnight Church Cemetery of Lane. Mrs. Murray died Saturday, January 26, 2013 at McLeod Regional Medical Center of Florence. She was born March 30, 1939, in Williamsburg County, the daughter of the late Lee Felder and Mary Emma Pearson Wilson. She was a lifelong member of Greater Lane Chapel AME Church, where she served as a Steward, Class Leader (class #4), Stewardess, Choir Member, Sunday schoolteacher, and a Missionary. She earned her high school diploma from Williamsburg Training Center (currently C.E. Murray High School). She also attended Williamsburg Technical College, where she majored in Early Childhood Education. She was employed by and retired from the Williamsburg County School District, where her tenure incorporated Lane Consolidated and Greeleyville Elementary School. She parlayed that experience to become an entrepreneur and the owner of Wee Kare Daycare Center formerly of Lane. A daughter, Debra Ann Murray, and seven sisters, Wynnie, Susan, Isabella, Anna, Thomasena, Laura Belle, and Mary Ann, preceded her in death. Survivors are: her husband, Alex “Sonny Boy” Murray, Sr.; six children, Janet Pearson and Alex Murray, Jr., both of the home, Louise Montgomery (Pastor Wayne) of Lane; Lee E. Murray (Arleneia) of Chesapeake, Virginia; Mary H. Montgomery (Richard) of Greeleyville; and Barbara A. Cantey (Master Sgt. Tyrone) of Havelock, North Carolina; five sisters, Leila Baskett, Rose Lawler (Nathaniel, Sr.), and Elizabeth Wilson, all of Pahokee, Florida; Daphane Boston (Curtis, Sr.), of Sumter; and Judy Wilson of Georgia; one brother, Elijah Wilson (Cora) of Lake City; her father- and mother-in-law, Aldridge and Pearl Murray of Salters; 22 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Kelvin Green, Steven Boston, Irvin Wilson, Curtis Boston, Antonio McKnight, and Chris Battle.