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Vickie Tyson Mitchell McClelland

Vickie Tyson Mitchell McClelland
  • August 7, 1946 - June 27, 2020
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Memorials may be made to
  • Trident Literacy Agency
    6185-D Rivers Ave.
    North Charleston , SC 29406

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Please consider making a donation to Trident Literacy Agency in lieu of flowers. A celebration of life near the Sapelo River will be organized, hopefully, in a few month when we can gather together safely again.

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Vickie Tyson Mitchell McClelland, 73, of Charleston, South Carolina, and former resident of Wrightsville, GA, entered into eternal rest Saturday, June 27, 2020 in Charleston, SC. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. 232 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401

Vickie was born August 7, 1946 in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, daughter of the late William E. Mitchell and Edith Tyson Mitchell Lovett. She grew up in Metter, Ga and graduated from Breneau Academy in Gainesville, GA. She attended Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA and received her bachelor's degree from Auburn University, Auburn, AL. Vickie earned two Master of Arts degrees in Psychology and Education from Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL. As a teacher she was passionate about teaching others how to read. Later she became a licensed real estate agent, bringing joy to many families.

She is survived by her daughter Anna-Leigh M. McClelland (Wray Clark) of Charleston, SC, her son, Brian Tyson McClelland of Okinawa, Japan and two grandchildren, Ruby Clark and Wren Clark, both of Charleston, SC.

She was predeceased by her sister, Nancy Mitchell.

Memorials may be made to Trident Literacy Agency, 6185-D Rivers Ave., North Charleston, SC 29406

Some folks have asked about a service, and for right now there won't be one because of covid...I just don't feel like it's the safe thing to do, also my brother isn't able to travel right now. My mother spent a lot of time in Darien, Ga at her family's river house. In a few months, I hope to make a trip there to let her ashes go back to the river. A celebration of life, if you will. If you are interested in being there, let me know, and I will keep you updated.

Thank you again for all the love and prayers. I cannot express enough how much they all mean💜