3219 South Main Street Anderson, SC 29624

Conrad Newton Putnam March 8, 1953 - August 2, 2022

Conrad Newton “Putt” Putnam 69, of Belton SC passed away on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2022, peacefully at his home.

Born March 6,1953, he was the son of the late Ted Putnam and Wanda Boggs Putnam. He was the husband of 43 years to Patsy Ridgeway Putnam. Putt was a character and full of life. He loved boating, camping, fishing, and riding his lawn mower, but most of all he loved his beloved pup, Miss Tippy more than anything. They rescued each other in September 2014, and she was his loyal companion to the end. He retired from Carolina Beer Company (Formerly Frank Distributing Company) and was a Veteran, SCNG 263rd ADA D-Battery, Fort ORB, CA, AIT Fort Bliss, TX.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his brother: Mark Putnam (Debbie); daughters: Kellie Sutherland (Glenn), Kim Brown (Wes); grandchildren: Curtis McGuffin (Sara), Casey Christian (Nate Combs), Blair Brown; great grandchildren: Madison Christian; nephews: Kyle, Josh and Nick Putnam.

Per his wishes there will not be any services however the family will be holding a private celebration of life in his honor.

The family request in lieu of flowers to please make charitable donation in his memory to the Anderson County Humane Society.

The Sosebee Mortuary and Crematory South Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.


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    Alyson Taylor says

    We are so sorry to hear of Conrad’s passing. Tim grew up with him as part of the “Evergreen Hills boys”, and I attended school with him for many years & became friends after high school. We had many adventures, beach & mountain trips with him, hunting with his beagles, & lake days. We knew Ted & Wanda & are still friends with Mark. So many fun memories. Our deepest sympathies are with the family. Tim & Alyson Taylor

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    Michael Clark says

    Conrad and I were next door neighbors and best friends from the start of first grade until middle of eighth grade when I moved to Seneca. I never forgot him and the times we had growing up in Evergreen hills. I am sad to hear of his passing. My sympathy goes out to all his family and friends that love him. I am sorry this is so late, but I just heard the sad news today. Rest in peace old friend.

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