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Julius Edward "Ed" Herren, Jr.

March 6, 1941 — March 30, 2024

Greenville, SC

Julius Edward (Ed) Herren, Jr (83) was born on March 6, 1941, in Decatur Georgina, to Sybil
Rogers Herren and Julius Herren. As Ed often said, he spent his formative years in Macon,
Georgia where he graduated in 1959 from Lanier High School, the only public military high
school in the nation. Four years later he earned an economics degree from Mercer University,
having been active in ROTC and Sigma Nu fraternity. After graduation in 1964, Ed continued his
military pursuit by entering the Army as First Lieutenant and was stationed at Fort Jackson,
South Carolina.


Ed spent his career in financial and business management, retiring from Gallivan, White and
Boyd law firm after 24 years. Needing to continue crunching numbers, he worked part--
time as the Temple of Israel’s bookkeeper for 5 years.

Ed, a fan of Georgia football and Carolina women’s basketball, knew how to pick winning teams.
Ed is survived by his wife, Terri Limehouse Herren, daughter, Julie Herren Stubblefield (Brian),
and granddaughters, Mikayla Hendrix, Kennedy Hendrix, and Ryan Grace Stubblefield.
A private service and celebration of life will be held at a date to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the ‘columbarium bench’ at Trinity Lutheran
Church, 421 North Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 where Ed served as committee chair for several years. The memorial bench will be dedicated to him upon completion. Contributions can also be made to the Greenville Area Parkinsons Society (GAPS).
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