Judy Ceasar was the loving daughter of the late James and Anita Brown Chambers. She was born in Lee County on March 1, 1952. She was reared in the Oates Community. Judy was educated in Darlington County School. She graduated from Spaulding High School in 1970. She was married to Ernest Ceasar and their union was blessed with nine children. Judy was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and a friend.
Judy served faithfully on the New Bethel Young Adult Choir, Senior Choir, Missionary Society, Helping Hand called Guardian Disciple Angels, Adult Usher Board, and Secretary and Treasurer of the Missionary. She was employed at Hamricks in Florence, SC until she retired.
She leaves to cherish her precious memories: her husband, Ernest Ceasar of Lamar, SC; two sons, Anthony (Katina) Ceasar of Hartsville, SC, Jamie Fox of Charlotte, NC; eight daughters, Angela (Lamont) Ceasar, Deloris (Anthony) Mack, Deborah Ceasar, Tresi (Mardrall) Ceasar all of Lamar, SC, Rochelle (Derick) Fox, Cynithia (Matthew) Fox all of Hartsville, SC, Jackie (Cliff) Ceasar of Florence, SC, and Angel (Terrance) Hudson of Columbia, SC; one God daughter Veronica Zimmerman of Darlington, SC; seven sisters Annie Tatum, Ethel (Johnny) Lide, Rosa Davis, Cynithia Lighty all of Hartsville, SC, Yvonne (James) Delane, Voncelle Anderson all of Lamar, SC, Annette Anderson of Atlanta, GA; one brother Johnny Ray Anderson of Lamar, SC; three sister-in-laws Pearline Shaw, Joann Johnson, Barbara Ceasar; one brother-in-law, James Edward Ceasar all of Philadelphia, PA; a very special friend Mrs. Edith Rivers
of Lamar, SC; a special mother, Minister Queenie Huggins of Florence, SC; 31 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.