Dewey Isaac
1944 - 2021
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Dewey Isaac
July 18, 1944 - April 28, 2021
McConnells, South Carolina - Mr. Dewey Isaac, 76, passed away on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at his home in McConnells, SC.
Mr. Isaac was born in Salyersville, Kentucky and was the son of the late Everett Isaac and the late Sylvia Manns Isaac. In addition to his parents, Mr. Isaac was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Pifher Isaac six months ago, his step-mother, Wanda Isaac, his sisters, Loretta Gowitzky, Jeannette Zorich, Shirley Mathias, and Linda Featheringill; his brother, Nelson Manns, and his favorite companion his dog, Tika.
Mr. Isaac retired from MTD Products, then he and Barb moved to South Carolina to be closer to their family, Rhonda, Morgan and Sydney. He and Barbara loved to travel and sell Dewey's Woodcrafts. Dewey was an accomplished bowler and a long-time member of Dynasty Bowling Lanes in Willard, Ohio. He bowled five perfect 300 games and still averaged over 220 pins per game when he was sixty years old. Dewey was also an accomplished softball player in the Ohio area and was known as "Dew Carew" for his powerful bat and glove work at first base. Dewey continued enjoying golf throughout his retirement with Al and several other golfing friends.
Mr. Isaac is survived by step-daughter and care taker, Rhonda (David) Werner-Pendergast of Fort Mill and his two beloved granddaughters, Morgan Werner and Sydney Werner whom he cherished; his special nephew, Jeffrey Picklesimer of FL; his two sisters, Henrietta "Henny" Reed of Willard, OH, and Jan Maier of FL; his three brothers, James (Barbara) Isaac, Don (Delilah) Isaac, and Gary (Tina) Isaac, all of Willard, OH; his three daughters, Robin Isaac Rhodes, Charlene Isaac Dyer, and Shelly Isaac; a son, Brian Isaac and several grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held at a later date.
Condolences may be made at www.greenefuneralhome.net


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Published in The Herald on May 5, 2021.
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6 entries
May 7, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Neighbor
May 7, 2021
I am sorry to hear of your loss. Please accept my condolences. May the love of God, friends and family carry you through your grief. 2nd Thessalonians 2:16,17.
DT
May 5, 2021
Not really sure what to say, just wishing I had one day to talk to him. He was my hero growing up, no one would mess with you if they knew Dewey Isaac was your dad lol... anyway Dad I love and miss you so much ❤ So many things I needed to say
Charlene
Daughter
May 4, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Great memories of Dewey throughout the years.
The Swartz family
Friend
May 4, 2021
In loving memory of our Brother Dew.. Go rest high on that mountain.
Rhonda and family sorry you have been through so much in the last year losing your loved ones..Thank you for all that you did for him in his final days here on earth much appreciated.
Gary & Tina Isaac
Family
May 4, 2021
Sorry to hear about Uncle Dewey we didn't live very close but we always talked on the phone I was always nice to hear his voice cuz he definitely made my day and I know I made his used to talk about the old days when I was a kid and he took me for my first haircut cuz I got tired of Grandma Sylvie cutting my hair and then you would have no hair when I did talk to him on the phone he was always upbeat he definitely appreciate the fact that Rhonda and her family was taking care of him and he missed Aunt Barb terribly when I was a kid we used to always punch him in the belly because he was so tough of course we would let him tighten up first Grand and her family are taking very good care of him he used to tell me that all the time when I would talk to him on the phone so if you ever hear thunder that's Uncle Dewey bowling I'll be working on another 300 game once again thank you Rhonda for taking care of my uncle I appreciate you very much I still miss talking to him he rest in peace God bless you Uncle
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