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July 12, 1955 ~ November 23, 2022 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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“There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heaven” Ecclesiates 3:1
A time to be born: Issac Stinson, The son of the Late Mrs. Mary Lue Fisher Stinson, was born July 12, 1955 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina.
A time to die: Issac departed this life peacefully on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 in Cross, South Carolina. Meeting him at the gates are his siblings that preceded him in death* 2 Sisters -Mary Ruth Hollman and Venda Stinson. 4 Brothers- James Stinson Jr, James Stinson, Tommy Stinson, and Joe Fisher.
A time to learn: Issac Stinson, who was affectionately known as “Catfish” grew up in the Cross community and attended the public schools there.
A time to plow: Catfish was employed as a rodbuster over 30 years. During this time, he was employed with Bob Cook Rebar Construction, Taylor Brother, TL James, Tyson Rebar and Century Inc. In lasting contributions, he was instrumental in building the Mark Clark Expressway, Wando River Bridge and James Island Expressway.
A time to play: Catfish was known for his love of family and sense of humor. He was the family “Mr. Fix-it” and did whatever he could to help anyone in need. He left a lasting impression to all that met him. He loved family, music, dancing and food.
A time to multiple: As a token of God’s love and faithfulness, Catfish is the father of 2 daughters. To further grow the promise of God, he has 4 grandchildren.
A time to mourn: He leaves to cherish beautiful memories his 2 daughters- Monicka Stinson and La’Vesha Stinson of Boston, MA; 4 grandsons- DeVante Stinson, Xavier Fairweather, Romel Williams and Lamare Stinson of Boston, MA; 4 sisters- Bertha L. Stinson, Cross, SC, Viola(Ulysses) Carter, North Charleston, SC Gracie Stinson and Linda Stinson, of Wabasso, FL; 5 brothers- Sam Fisher of Cross, SC, Alfert (Darlene) Stinson of Lancaster, SC, Roy Stinson, Craig Stinson, and Tom Stinson of Wabasso FL; 1 sister-in-law Barbara Fisher of Ridgeville, SC. 1 “favorite niece- Lubertha Stinson and a host of other nieces, nephews and other relatives.
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