Isaiah Shelburne

Isaiah Shelburne Obituary

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Age - 20

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September 11, 2023

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Kilgore, TX

Memorial services for Isaiah Barber Shelburne, 20 of Kilgore will be 2:00 p. m. Saturday, September 9, 2023 at Grace Baptist Church in Kilgore with Rev. Scott Brown officiating. Isaiah passed away on Sunday, September 3, 2023 in Kilgore. Isaiah Barber Shelburne was born January 6, 2003 in Longview, Tx to Stephaine Barber Shelburne. He graduated from Tatum High School in 2020. He had recently graduated from the Barber Institute of East Texas in Longview to pursue his dream of barbering. Isaiah was the light of any room he walked in. He never met a stranger and loved everyone with his whole heart. His goal in life was to be the best father, son, brother and friend. His life was too short, but he accomplished exactly that. Forever remembered. Rest in Paradise with Jesus our sweet love- Mom, Daddy, and Jae. Left to cherish his memory are parents, Stephaine Barber Shelburne and Rusty Shelburne of Kilgore; son, Owen Asher Hillin-Barber of Tatum; brothers, Jaelyn Prince Shelburne of Kilgore and Jaxon Dickey of Kilgore; grandparents, Karen and Jimmy Hogue, Kelly and Brenda Barber and Sharon Kay Shelburne; great grandparents, Mary Barber, Joseph Ramsey and Betty Ford; aunts, Chrishell Meredith, Cathlein Day, Heather Barber, Miranda Monroe, Tira Shelburne, Tricia Honzell and Tonya Shelburne; uncles, Anthony Barber, Dylan Meredith, Jason Day, John Coleman, Randy Shelburne, Robert Shelburne, Eric Honzell and Ellis Monroe and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins as well as many other loving family and friends.

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