LATTA - Paulette Marie Grice Rogers was born on January 8, 1977, to the late Willie Louris Grice and late Marvin Lee Grice in Dillon, SC. She was married to the late Christopher Darrell Rogers; her sweetheart of 30 plus years. Paulette made her transition into eternal life on January 04, 2021, at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Dillon, SC.
Paulette attended Latta High School. She was baptized and joined the New Hope Baptist Church in Latta, SC. Later she attended Community Worship Center in Latta, SC. Paulette was known by her infectious smile, kind heart, love and dedication to her family. She was a loving spouse, mother, sister and grandma. She was employed at Franco Manufacturing in Dillon SC. She was preceded in death by her three brothers, Darrell, Lamont and Dwayne ;and her stepson Tyquan.
She leaves to cherish everlasting memories three children, Eric, Erica and E’ziara Grice of the home; six step-kids, Lamek, ShyKeem, Raekwon, Siephe, Tyshawn, and Areyana; five grandkids, Kionte, Enyala, Kilayla, Anova and Christopher all of the home; two sisters, Jenny Smith and Siara Grice of Latta, SC; five brothers, Marvin and Wayne Grice of Latta, SC, Marvin Craig and James Drawhorn of Florida. She is also survived by a loving mother-in-law, Mary J. Bush; three sister-in-laws and two brother-in-laws; six aunts and seven uncles; and host cousins friends and close relatives.
Graveside services to celebrate her life will be held at 12:00 Noon on Saturday, January 9, 2021, at Rest Haven Cemetery in Latta. A public viewing will be held from 1:00 to 6:00 P.M. on Friday, January 8, 2021, at Leitner Funeral Home in Latta. The family will receive friends and relatives at the home, 525 Higdon Court, Latta, SC 29565. The care of Mrs. Paulette M. Grice and her family has been entrusted to the professionals of Leitner Funeral Home in Latta.
You may leave online condolences at www.leitnerfh.com. You may also call Leitner Funeral Home at 843-418-5071 to have a staff member to sign the online guestbook on your behalf. Due to the current health crises (COVID-19) we ask for you to please practice social distancing. Direct eye contact, loving words, and a warm smile can be as meaningful to the families as a traditional handshake or hug, especially during these difficult times.