KERSHAW, SC - Mr. David Bruce McIsaac, age 61, a devoted husband, father and brother, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, April 8, 2017. He was born January 16, 1956 in Camden, SC, the son of the late Edie and Bruce McIsaac of Kershaw. David was a graduate of the University of SC (despite his love for the Clemson Tigers) and had a career in the textile industry working at Springs Industries in SC, AL and Brazil, before joining Walmart in AR and was currently employed by Jay Franco and Sons of NY. David was an avid community servant, loved people of all ages and was a lifetime blood donor. He coached baseball, football and soccer and also volunteered at Heath Springs Elementary School. He was a member of Frontline Biker Church in Kershaw.
David was predeceased by his loving wife, Dana Nunnery McIsaac and leaves behind four children, Joseph “Joe” McIsaac (Nikki) of Rock Hill, Matthew “Matt” Kennington (Jessica) of Fort Mill, Samantha Kennington Dutton (Kenny) and Cole McIsaac of Kershaw; seven grandchildren, Knox Allen McIsaac and Josie Nicole McIsaac, Ava Grace, Lillie and Noah Kennington, and Nathan Dutton and his little sister, Caroline (due September 2017); two sisters, Martha McIsaac Floyd and her husband Wade and Deeda McIsaac Coffey and her husband, Kenneth all of Kershaw.
The Celebration of Life Funeral Service for Dana and David will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at Second Baptist Church of Lancaster by Rev. Cotton Pate and Rev. Michael Owens. Burial will follow at Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery, 1841 N. Rocky River Road, Lancaster.
The family will receive friends from 5:30 – 8:00 pm Tuesday evening, April 11, 2017 at Burgess Funeral Home and suggest in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to Coleman McIsaac, C/O Wells Fargo Bank, 101 N. Hampton Street, Kershaw, SC 29067.
Burgess Funeral Home & Crematory
Tuesday April 11th, 2017
5:30pm - 8:00pm
1800 Charlotte Highway
Lancaster, SC 29721
Second Baptist Church
Wednesday April 12th, 2017
1426 Great Falls Highway
Lancaster, SC 29720
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So sorry to hear of David and Dana's passing. David was a kind, generous and encouraging soul and I have only fond memories of him. Praying for y'all.
Submitted by Sid and Diane Jones on Apr 28 2017 03:08:12 PM
Dear McIsaac Family: I share your sorry in the loss of David. I had classes at USC-L with Edie. She was such a lovely lady. She loved her family dearly. David will be missed by many. May God wrap His loving arms around each member of your dear, sweet family and give the peace and comfort that only He can truly give.
Love & prayers,
Nancy (Bowers) McGuire & Family
Submitted by Nancy on Apr 15 2017 11:46:35 AM
Our deepest sympathy to the family. We were most familiar with Martha and Deeda through David's parents. John & Shirley Ahlers
Submitted by John & Shirley Ahlers on Apr 14 2017 09:37:34 AM
We are so sorry for your loss! Our hearts go out to you all! I saw and talked to David at the mega party at hses. We hugged and laughed and called each other Nana and Papa. Karl also ran into David recently! It brought back memories of Joe and Clay playing baseball together for so many years! We can't imagine your pain! Just know you all are in our constant thoughts and prayers! My god help you through the days ahead! 🙏🏻
Submitted by Anne Marie & Karl Johnson on Apr 13 2017 09:15:59 PM
David made us laugh. David made us cuss. David made me scream. Time spent with David was always an adventure. He would wake us up at 8:00 on a Saturday only to drag me out to see another of his Bambi kills! He knew how to push my buttons batter than anyone! Our family had the time of our lives with him right after Hugo. We cleared trees. We went mudding until the mud was up to the doors. We did wheelies in the mud. We played ball with and against each other as families and he and I became like old maid sisters. We could fuss and argue with the best of them. We came home covered in dust ftom races ar Race Track Road. Like I said, time spent with David was always an adventure. I am truly heartbroken that I will never be able to tease, harass, curse, or hug him. I truly loved him, as did Steve and Steven. We are sad for his beloved Little Joe. Our sympathies to his family. Hope God can have mudding and cycling for him in his eternal home.
Submitted by Steve and Scooter Frank on Apr 12 2017 08:47:17 PM
Always was a good friend offered a handshake and a smired remember by John C Simpson
Submitted by john simpson on Apr 12 2017 06:51:46 PM
Aunt Lila and Jeffrey Jetton lit a candle for David Bruce McIsaac
Aunt Lila and Jeffrey Jetton lit a candle on Apr 12 2017 12:52:30 PM
I am so sorry hurts my heart saw around the Grace sewing room always smiling handsome great man My heart and prayers go out to family and friends
Submitted by Libby Kirkley on Apr 12 2017 11:34:39 AM
DeeDee Hayes lit a candle for David Bruce McIsaac
DeeDee Hayes lit a candle on Apr 12 2017 11:10:27 AM
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