Sheila Faye Isaac was born to the parentage of Jimmie and Pearlie B. Isaac, both who preceded her in death. She is a graduate of the Tatum Independent School District, where she was actively involved in Choir and Band. After graduation, she attended Kilgore Junior College where she was the Bass Drummer for the Famed Kilgore Marching Band.
As a Youth, Sheila was a member of the Antioch Baptist Church, where she sang in the Choir. Later she united with the Miracle Tabernacle House of Prayer, Pastored by Arch Bishop John L. Lawson, Jr. Under his leadership, she became an Evangelist giving dedicated service in ministry.
She spent her life giving service to those whose lives were challenged in many ways. She was the co-owner of S & S Residential Home where she shared her love for those in need. She also shared her knowledge and expertise of the business through giving support to others with her vision to make a difference in the world of her clients.
Evangelist Isaac loved her family and is truly loved by each of them. She was one of five siblings, mother of one daughter and grandmother of five. She leaves to mourn her passing her daughter, Sheshieka L. Isaac (R. J. Heard, Fiance') and her grandchildren, Tieyana Chenelle, Cheyenne, Dexter III, Isaac Thurmond and Alexandria ‘Lexi’ Bradley. Step grandchildren, Dajha Thurmond, Kaylee and Kaydence Heard. Her siblings Elnoris Isaac (Mertie) and Rev. Dr. Ouida Lee, both of Dallas, Jimmie D. Isaac (Debra) of Katy, and Frederick Isaac (Teresa) of Kilgore. And a host of beloved nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
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