Christmas Lights and More!
Elgin   Lights

In memory of

Paul Towns

Christmas Tractor, Toys, Trains & much more!!!

Sarah Towns and family invite everyone to come out to their farm to honor Paul and his legacy to see his old-fashioned Christmas light display one last time.

6 to 8 p.m.

Nov. 5th


Elgin Lights 2022

Towns, Paul Everett Sr., age 66 of Elgin, South Carolina passed away Saturday September 24,2022 at 5am. He was from Cedar Springs, Michigan. In 1974, Towns joined the U.S. Army at the age of seventeen to fight in the Vietnam War. He retired from the Army in 1994 at Fort Jackson. Paul's talents were many, he was an extremely generous and hardworking man. He always put others first. Whether it was fighting for his country, helping a friend or stranger, and even raising money for Camp Kemo. He proceeded his parents Willis and Inez Towns, Judy Robinson; sister, and Roger Towns; brother. He is survived by his wife Sarah Towns of 20 years. Paul E. Towns Jr.; son and his wife Crissy, Anthony W. Towns; son and his wife Cathy, Christina Churchwell; daughter and her husband Kevin, Charlie Wise; stepson and his wife Erin, and Angel Wise; stepdaughter, and his nine grandchildren. Janet Blossom; sister and Craig her husband, Mary; sister, Patsy Pierson; sister, and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. The Towns family is not planning on having a funeral. Instead, they invite you to celebrate his life and legacy at their home on Saturday November 5, 2022 from 6pm-8pm. Where ElginLights will shine for one last time. Mr. Towns was very well known for opening his home each Christmas for the past 25 years during Elgin Lights to raise money for Camp Kemo. In Lieu of flowers, please donate to Camp Cole in his memory for Paul's Peaceful Porch. This area out at Camp Cole ( will forever carry on his legacy. Sarah Towns