A memorial service for Cassidy Pendley will take place Monday, November 5th at the Cathedral of Praise in North Charleston. The memorial starts at noon and runs until 4pm. Her interment is private. Memorials may be made to The Cassidy F. Pendley Memorial Fund at any Wachovia Bank.Read Full Story
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Delta Delta Delta sorority president Lauren Hodge said, "As you can imagine this has been an extremely difficult time for our chapter, and for the entire campus as a whole. We have received numerous phone calls, e-mails, flowers and even food sent to the house, and it really means a lot to us to know that so many people are hear for us through these hard time."Read Full Story
This was a tragic accident - a beach house fire killed several students, including Cassidy Pendly.
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Close friend Ally Bartosh, who has known Pendley since they tried out for Fort Dorchester's cheerleading squad more than four years ago, wrote in an e-mail that she broke down when she heard the news.
"I haven't stopped crying," wrote Bartosh, who is now enrolled at Trident Technical College...Read Full Story
Cassidy Pendley was tragically killed in a house fire in North Carolina on October 28, 2007. Cassidy was a graduate of Fort Dorchester High School and was most recently a student at the University of South Carolina.