Joseph Dennis Hyman, known simply as "Joe" to all of those that knew him. He was the son of the late William Hyman and Minnie Mobley Hyman. He was born August 31st 1940 in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Joe attended public schools in Rock Hill, SC. He graduated from Emmit Scott High School.\n\nHe worked as an all purpose worker for Giant Food Stores for 23 years. He was a faithful worker and received many "Staffer of the Year" awards. Joe enjoyed fishing and went often with his buddies. Joe also enjoyed printing, sketching and doing his artwork and was very good at it! Joe enjoyed life and enjoyed fellowshipping with the neighbors where he lived. One of his true neighbors/friends was Clarence Jones, they talked often.\n\nJoe retired from Giant Food Stores in 2003 and spent most of his time doing his artwork and enjoying watching T.V. Joe leaves to mourn, a devoted wife Louella Hyman , two sons Dennis Marcel Hyman and Harold Andrew Hyman. A niece, Jessie Ann Perry. A devoted neighbor and friend, Mr. Clarence Jones, and many other relatives and friends.\n\n\n\n Acknowledgements \n\nThe Hyman Family acknowledges with sincere appreciation Bishop Darnell Easton and the members of Bethel Way of the Cross Church of Christ, Family and friends who demonstrated their concerns and prayers during Joe's illness and now our bereavement. Special thanks to the management and staff of the Salem Media Group and WAVA radio for the wonderful bouquet of flowers that were sent. If you sent a card or just said a prayer, we sincerely Thank You! We ask for your consistent prayers as we get through this difficult time.