Saturday, November 10, 2012

Unfortunate News

It is with great regret that mom passed away yesterday. She put up a fight that surprised all of us. We appreciate all of the support from all of you and know that she is in a better place. Please see below for the obituary we will post in the local paper in SC.

Thank you,

Dilworth/Price Family

Sharon Morgan Dilworth, 62, of Columbia, SC, passed away Friday, November 9, 2012.

Sherry was born in Seneca, SC March 11, 1950. Sherry graduated from Walhalla High School in 1968.

Sherry retired from CSC in Blythewood, SC after 34 years in 2008. Since retirement she and her husband enjoyed time traveling the country in their 5th wheel.

She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Charles Edward Dilworth, her son, Jason Edward (Duffie) Dilworth, her daughter, Stacey Dilworth (Lee) Price and three grandchildren. She is also survived by her mother, Lois Green, father Ralph Morgan, sisters Pat Gasque and Melissa Cullis.

A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 4:00 pm at White Rock Baptist Church in Chapin, SC.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the COPD Foundation at

Monday, November 5, 2012

Still hanging in there…

Mom pretty much stayed asleep all day and night from Friday, Oct. 26th until Friday, Nov. 2nd. Dad had not talked to her in about a week. This past Friday evening is when she really started to become more alert and stay awake longer. She was weak and groggy from the surgery. She wants real food, to go home and a shower. Bless her heart!

On Wednesday, Oct. 31st they found bleeding around her spleen. They went in to repair one spot and ended up finding and repairing three spots. This stopped all of the bleeding.

The infection that she has in her blood is not getting any better and is growing. They have changed her antibiotic to something much more “lethal” to try to get it under control. The potential problem is that it could cause harm to her kidneys. We will know more this Wednesday how the antibiotic is working and how her kidneys are handling the medicine.

We are hoping and praying for the best and we appreciate all of the support from all you bloggers!