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Belk Funeral Home
229 West Broad Street
Darlington, SC 29532

Mailing Address
PO Box 523,
Darlington, SC 29540
Phone: 843.393.2824
Fax: 843.393.2007


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The Belk Family - Serving Our Community for Three Generations

Belk Funeral Home was founded by the late Marion C. Belk, Frankie Oliver Belk, and Harold L. King. Marion took a vacant century old home and did an extensive renovation, and opened the doors in April, 1961.

Today, the Belk Funeral Home is proud to continue the tradition of over 40 years of personal and compassionate service to the Pee Dee area community. We are a family owned, independent firm, with three generations of our family helping yours in their time of need. We have two locations, one in Darlington and one in Lamar, so we can serve your family to our utmost ability. We are here to provide for your needs. If you have questions about our services, or would like to discuss planning ahead, we can help you. Please feel free to contact us.

Our Family's Proud Tradition - To Serve Humanity Better 

Marion C. Belk was born in St. Charles, a son of M.C. Belk of Darlington. He was the founder and president of Belk-King Funeral Home and a member and deacon of the Darlington Presbyterian Church. Marion C. Belk was in the funeral business for over 30 years. He received his Funeral Directors and Embalmer's license in 1948. Mr. Belk died of a massive heart attack in 1973, at the age of 46. His son, Marion Sidney Belk, and wife, Frankie Belk, took over the funeral home.

Marion Sidney Belk, and Marion Curry Belk II, Sidney's son followed in our Founder's footsteps. For three generations, the Belk family proudly provide care and service to families in the community. In 2003, a third generation of family, Sidney's son, Marion Curry Belk II, came home to work in the family business.

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