Mrs. Wilsie Ann Stanley Travers, 90, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 15, 2015. She was born on March 28, 1925, to Ms. Ethel Jones and Mr. Willie Burroughs.\n \n\n Mrs. Travers attended the school systems of Dorchester County. While in school, dodgeball and baseball were her favorite sports to play.\n \n\n Ms. Wilsie, also known as Grandmom too many, was a quiet mannered person. She was always pleased to see you whether you were visiting her at her home or whether she met you in the community.\n \n\n Her favorite Bible Scripture was St. John 3:16. She loved listening to gospel songs while “Just a Closer Walk with Thee and “One Day at a Time were her favorite songs. Her hobbies included solving Word Search puzzles, watching TV programs especially watching Rev. Jimmy Swaggart; shows Dallas, Family Feud with Steve Harvey and the Steve Harvey Show. While purple was her favorite color, she loved and enjoyed the beauty of all flowers.\n \n\n Later in her adult life, she joined the Center Street Church of God which is presently known as the Refuge Temple Church of God. Her faithful membership has been for over twenty-five years. She loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and she loved getting all dressed up to attend church. At Refuge Temple Church she was affectionally known as Mother Wilsie. Ms. Wilsie was a person who loved family, her church family, her family at the Center and all of her friends. She enjoyed the time she spent with them.\n \n\n She was preceded in death by her parents, one sister, Lorraina Thompson and four sons, James (Buddy) Stanley, Theodore Stanley, Alonza Stanley, Dewey Stanley, Jr, husbands, Mr. Dewey Stanley and Mr. Herbert Travers and two granddaughters, Beverly Ann Stanley and Lillie Vern Fletcher.\n \n\n Survivors include: five children and their spouses, Victoria (Joseph B.) Chester, Lucille (Carlton) Rowley, Frederick (Ruth) Stanley, Maurice (Peggy) Stanley, Pearl (Theodore) Ferguson, one daughter-in-law, Deborah Stanley, like-a-daughter, Mary Frances Thompson, twenty-six grandchildren, twenty-eight great-grandchildren, sixteen great-great grandchildren and a host of other relatives, cousins and friends.