Mildred Lethonia Sloss-Alston
The Low Country Mortuary - N. Charleston
1852 E. Montague Ave.
N. Charleston, SC
Mildred Lethonia Sloss-Alston Ladson - Mildred Alston was born on August 10, 1930 to the late Rev. Benjamin Mood, Sr. and Mrs. Lethonia Mood in Ladson, SC. She was united in wedlock to the late Mr. Edward Sloss in October 1947 until his death. Their union was bless with twelve children. Years later, she married the late Mr. Isaac Alston in October 1984 until his death. During their union, five children were added to the family thru adoption and her love for children. Four children preceded her in death (Kenneth, Larry, Oneal, Carolyn). Mildred Alston, better known as "Granny or Tootsie" entered into eternal rest on Saturday, September 11, 2021. She leaves to mourn as well as rejoice over her life lived-her children: Elaine Denson; Sandra Alston (Freddie); Kathy Pinnacle (Edmond); Terry Sloss, Sr. (Belinda); Ann Michelle Brown; Tracy Sloss Sr. (Neffertitie); Shelia Green (Gregory); Corey Sloss (Liz); Tammy Ravenell (Darrell); Janet Alston; James Alston (Lachieta); Timothy Alston; Michael Williams. Brother: Mr. Benjamin Mood, Sr. Brother-in-law: Mr. Matthew Sloss (Thelma). Sister-in-law: Emma Mood. Funeral services will be held on Monday, September 20, 2021 at 11:00 AM at Mount Moriah. Burial will be at Cherry Hill Cemetery in Ladson, SC. The walk through will be on Sunday, September 19, 2021 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM at The Low Country Mortuary, 1852 E. Montage Ave., North Charleston, SC. Due to the COVID pandemic, we will be practicing social distancing and face masks will be required for the funeral services and walk through. Visit our guestbook at
Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Sep. 18 to Sep. 19, 2021.
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