Elizabeth Colclough Hyman was born in Lee County, South Carolina on August 22, 1945 to the late David Colclough and Aline Moses. She was later raised by Mary Colclough. She began her education in South Carolina public schools. She moved to Washington, D.C. in 1955. Where she completed her education. She joined Tenth Street Baptist Church, attended Sunday school and was a member of the youth choir and attended the btu. After graduating high school, she was employed by the D.C. public school system, where she later retired after 35 years of service. In 1985, she married the love of her life, James Hyman.
In 2012, she moved back to South Carolina and joined St. James Holiness Church, where she became a devoted member. She served as president of the pastor’s aide and a member of the missionary department. She started her teachings to become a minister and gave her first initial sermon on November of 2017.
Those left to cherish her precious memories are her loving husband, James Hyman; Three sons, Wayne (Sharon) Josey, Louis (Michele) Josey and Derrick Blackwell; One daughter, Teresa (Tony) Talbert; One brother, Burgess Covington, Jr., One brother-in-law, Willie (Ann) Hyman; Thirteen grandchildren, LaKeisha, Tasia, Dorsia, Quintanna, Rejineah, and Tneia
Barrow, Waynes Josey, Jr., Kalia Josey, Louis Josey, Jr., Shernita Green, Shameka, Marcella and Frederick Talford; Fifteen great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter; One special longtime friend, Carol Latney, a host of nieces, nephews and other close relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, David Colclough, Jr.; Two sons, Glen Joseph, Jr. and Daryl Blackwell; One grandson, Glen Garrett and one great-granddaughter Monaye Myles.