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HEMINGWAY-Elaine Eaddy Cribb, 52, wife of Nicki L. Cribb, Sr., died Thursday July 30, 2009 at her home.
Mrs. Cribb was born in Hemingway, a daughter of the late Perry and Anna Cribb Eaddy. She was a member of Huggins Chapel Southern Methodist Church and was a graduate of Pleasant Hill High School.
Surviving are her husband, Nicki L. Cribb, Sr. of the home; sons, John G. Cribb, Jr. of Johnsonville, Nicholas E. Cribb of Aiken, Troy Merriett and Pat Merriett both of Charleston and Gene Merriett of Greenville; grandchildren, Jason Cribb and Destiny Cribb both of Hemingway, Acacia Cribb of Red Rock, TX and Caden Cribb of Aiken; second mother, Harriett C. Eaddy of Hemingway; brothers, Bill Sanders of Morrisville, NC, Cecil Sanders of Hemingway, Randy Eaddy of Andrews and Kenneth Sanders of Durham, NC; sister, Carol Rogers of Georgetown.
Mrs. Cribb was preceded in death by two sons, Nicki Louis Cribb, Jr. and Anthony Gale Cribb; daughter, Yvette Leneve Cribb; brother, David Sanders; sisters, Teresa Kay Eaddy and Kitty Cribb.
Memorial services were held Sunday, August 2, 2009 at Huggins Chapel Southern Methodist Church, directed by Morris Funeral Home of Hemingway.

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