Graveside services for Mr. Isaac Seabrooks, Jr. 60, of Irmo, South Carolina will be held on Friday, March 18, 2022 at 1:00 pm at the Ft. Jackson National Cemetery 4170 Percival Road Columbia, South Carolina. There will be a viewing on Thursday from 12:00 to 7:00 pm at the Pearson's Funeral Home 4508 N. Main Street Columbia, South Carolina. On October 25, 1961, he was born to the late, Isaac Seabrooks Sr. and Edith Albertha Morris in Savannah, Georgia. After graduating from Savannah High School in 1979, he served his nation as a soldier in the infantry Branch of the United States Army. Isaac received an Honorable Discharge from active service in 1983.He continued to serve his country as a national guardsman in the South Carolina National Guard and in August of 1986, he began his career as a correctional officer with the South Carolina Department of Corrections. In 1996, Isaac met the former Vernell Melissa Thompson at Citi Financial Corporation; subsequently, they were married on August 14, 1999, and to this union, twin girls were born, Isaa Melia and Melia Isaa Seabrooks. Isaac and his girls share the same birthday. In 2001 Isaac retired from the Department of Corrections and spent his time caring for his family and friends. He was also well-known for playing spades, engaging in friendly banter about his beloved Dallas Cowboys team, and and shopping for Dallas Cowboys paraphemalia. Isaac was preceded by his parents, (Edith Albertha Solomon) and (Isaac Seabrooks Sr.) and a brother, (Joseph A. Solomon), and sister (Mattie Louise Huntley). He was cherish by his loving wife, Mrs. Vernell M. Seabrooks of Irmo, SC two daughters, Isaa Melia Seabrooks, and Melia Isaa Seabrooks of Irmo, SC and his brothers, Minister Bennie Hines (Minister Pamela) of Port Wentworth, Georgia; and Dr. Norman E. Solomon (Dr. Cheryl) of Alexandria, Virginia; Reverend Dr. Robert T. Solomon (Gerlinde) of Beklen, Mississippi; Lester Seabrooks; Stanley Seabrooks (Labosha); Gregory Seabrooks (Monique); Ernest Seabrooks and Alfonzo Seabrooks all of Savannah, Ga, and his sisters, Naomi Solomon,. Darlene Singleton, Mary Seabrooks and Tiffany Seabrooks all of Savannah, Ga. And a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and his loving friends. Isaac served as a reflection of our Heavenly Father by demonstrating true love and respect towards everyone he met along his life's journey. May we all take a leason from his life and strive to exhibit an even higher level of love and respect towards one another.
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