Kate Waring Obituary, Death -She passed away on June 13, 2009. Her grave is located in Charleston. South Carolina’s Charleston On May 5, 1981, in Charleston, South Carolina, I was born. She continued her education at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut after graduating from Porter-Gaud. In addition, for one semester, she attended the Cranleigh School in Guilford, England. She graduated from Porter-Gaud School and went on to UNC-Chapel Hill, where she became a member of the Pi Phi sorority. Kate participated in an archaeological dig on the Greek island of Crete while studying Classics at UNC-Chapel Hill.

She was looking forward to her time as a high school intern in the MUSC forensics lab. Both will stay with her for a long time. Kate studied Classics and Russian at the College of Charleston, where she was also a member of the Russian Club. Kate was a hilarious person with a razor-sharp wit and the ability to perfectly imitate others. She was inquisitive, spoke several languages, and enjoyed going on adventures. In August of 2008, she traveled to Spitsbergen with her father, which was one of her most memorable experiences. She wore many hats, including poet and author. Kate cared deeply about children, animals, and the underdog. Everyone who knew her will mourn her death and remember her fondly.

Joseph Ioor Waring, II and Thomas Richard Waring, II are her brothers, and they both live in Charleston. Mrs. Josephine B. Abney is related to her through her mother’s side of the family. Kate has never attended a school other than St. Michael’s. She sang in the junior choir, served as an acolyte, and was a crucifer. Friends are invited to pay their respects to the family on Friday, October 16, between 5 and 7 p.m., at the Library and Science Center at Ashley Hall School. A memorial service for the deceased will be held at St. Michael’s Church on Saturday, October 17, 2009, at 11 a.m.