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Funeral services set for Hartsville plane crash victims

The scene of the fatal plane crash the day after it occurred. Source: Ken Baker. The scene of the fatal plane crash the day after it occurred. Source: Ken Baker.
Leslie Bradshaw, Source: Keith Bradshaw, used with permission form the family. Leslie Bradshaw, Source: Keith Bradshaw, used with permission form the family.

HARTSVILLE, SC (WMBF) - Funeral dates have been announced and online obituaries have been posted for the three victims of the crash of a small experimental aircraft in Hartsville Saturday night.

Obituary for Mr. Leslie Raymond Bradshaw

Memorial services for Leslie Raymond Bradshaw, age 75, will be held Wednesday at 2:00 at the Chapel Norton Funeral Home, according to the funeral home's website. A full obituary is forthcoming.

View the online obituary listing and leave a tribute here:

http://easyfhweb.com/restinpeace.aspx?MemberId=131914&MName=Leslie%20Raymond%20Bradshaw&FLVId=93#

The Brown Pennington Atkins Funeral Home has listings for the other two victims in the crash.

Below are excerpts from the obituaries for George Thomas Rogers and Joseph Melton "Josh" Loflin III, from BPAFunteralHome.com. Members of the community have posted dozens of tributes to these two since their obituary and funeral information was posted.

Obituary for Mr. George Thomas Rogers

Funeral services for George Thomas Rogers, 61, will be held at 11 am Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at Willow Oaks Farm, 4748 Hartsville Highway, Society Hill, SC 25953. George, husband of Lyrae Creamer Rogers, died Saturday, March 8th, 2014. Born in Hartsville, SC, he was the son of Anna Gillespie Rogers and the late Paul Hamilton Rogers IV.

View the full obituary and leave a tribute here:

http://www.bpafuneralhome.com/obituaries/George-Rogers-2/ 

Obituary for Mr. Joseph Melton "Josh" Loflin III

Funeral services for Joseph Melton Loflin III "Josh", 29, will be held at 11 am Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at Willow Oaks Farm, 4748 Hartsville Highway, Society Hill, SC 25953. Josh, husband of Drake Rogers Loflin, died Saturday, March 8th, 2014. Born in Clover, SC, he was the son of Mel Loflin and Phoebe O'Toole.

The family will receive friends Monday, March 10th from 5 to 9 pm at Willow Oaks Farm. There will also be a celebration of Josh's life Saturday, March 15th from 2 to 6 pm at 6180 Little Mountain Rd, Clover, SC 29710.

View the full obituary and leave a tribute here:

http://www.bpafuneralhome.com/obituaries/Joseph-Loflin/ 

The latest on the plane crash that occurred in a Hartsville neighborhood Saturday night can be found here: 

http://www.wmbfnews.com/story/24923624/three-killed-in-plane-crash-in-hartsville

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