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Mrs. Anne Sinkler Le Clercq

Mrs. Anne Sinkler Le Clercq
  • January 14, 1942 - June 19, 2014
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to;
  • Friends of the Daniel Library, The Citadel
    171 Moultrie Street
    Charleston, SC 29409
  • Memorials may be made to:
  • Trident United Way
    6296 Rivers Avenue
    N.Charleston, SC 29406

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Dear Fred,

I am in shock and I deeply grieved over the sudden loss of your wonderful wife and dear friend, Angie.

Mary Jane, Stephen, Hannah and I want you and your family to know we are praying for you all and for the "Peace that surpasses all understanding" to fill your hearts during this time. If ever you need me to help in any way, I would be most honored to do so.

In Christ,

Kevin Metzger


Posted by: Kevin Metzger - Charleston, SC - Friend   Jun 22, 2014
This is where Angie went for summers as a child, visiting her aunt & uncle. She loved it here.

Dear Fred,

I have no words to describe my sympathy for your loss. Your beautiful, smart & charming wife was a lively delight that brightened every room she entered. I am praying for you & your family to rest in peace that your wonderful wife would want for you.

Peace be with you in the name of God the Father.

Sincerely,
BJ Rodgers


Posted by: BJ. Rodgers - Charleston, SC - Friend   Jun 21, 2014

Angie was a brilliant scholar and a wonderful person. If you needed to know the definition of a word not found in the Oxford English Dictionary, Angie could give it to you!

She will be greatly missed. Alice & I send deepest sympathy to the family.


Posted by: David Torbett - Knoxville, TN - friend   Jun 21, 2014

Joan and I send our deepest sympathy. She was always a joy to be with and created smiles wherever she went. Her personality and warmth will be deeply missed. So glad I had lunch with Fred and her when they were in Knoxville last year.

Victor Ashe


Posted by: Victor Ashe - Knoxville, TN - friend   Jun 21, 2014

Fred,My heart goes out to you as well as my prayers.Please call me if I can. Help. You with any thing..843 352. 7671. I have many fond memories of our having so much fun at Citadel programs Angie produced. She was a most remarkable lady..


Posted by: johhn griffin - mt pleasant, SC - friend   Jun 21, 2014

My deepest condolences to the family. It was my pleasure to meet Mrs. LeClercq when she was purchasing her home in Moncks Corner. She shared with me the joy she had in the home since it had many fond memories with her family. She was so excited to have the opportunity to purchase the home to return it to the family as she was writing a book on the plantation. She has lovingly renovated the home bringing it back to

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Posted by: Faye Pool - Goose Creek, SC - aquaintance   Jun 21, 2014