Deacon Ernest Burrison, 86 years old of Wagon Branch Community in Ridgeland, South Carolina, passed away on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at Beaufort Memorial Hospital in Beaufort, South Carolina.
Deacon Burrison was educating at Ellis Community school in Ridgeland, South Carolina. He was very helpful with his siblings growing up and many times he had to help his dad with planting their garden.
When Deacon Burrison, became a young man, he headed to New York for better opportunities, no sooner then he arrived in New York City, he had already landed a job.
After some years had passed by Deacon Burrison married Mrs. Sidney Horton Burrison, and raising a family he thought at the time was never better until he realizes who was there carrying him all along “JESUS”. He gave his life to the Lord and never looked back. Deacon Burrison was a true believer of “JESUS” there has never been a time when he did not tell you about Jesus, the good Lord and God this was his vocabulary and he lived up to it also.
Deacon Burrison leaves to mourn his beloved wife; Mrs. Sidney H. Burrison, his devoted son; Troy L. (Evangelist Patricia) Burrison, Sr., four grandchildren, four great grandchildren, one brother; Johnny Lee Burrison, five sisters; Rumella Patterson, Daisy Bell Goodwin, Cynthia Singleton, Ollie Mae (Isiah) Toomer and Marion (Freddie) Hollomon, six sisters in law; Willie Mae Pinckney Burrison, Daisy Burrison, Elaine Warren, Reva (Willard) Shaw, Debra Horton and Althea Horton and one brother in law; Lee Herbert (Audrey) Horton. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
A Walk-Thru will be held on Saturday, November 26, 2022, at Bostick Funeral Home Chapel in Ridgeland, South Carolina from 6-8 PM.
Funeral Service will be held on Sunday, November 27, 2022, 11:00 AM at Mount Carmel Baptist Center, 3763 Bees Creek Road in Ridgeland, South Carolina 29936.
Burial will take place at Richardson Memorial Cemetery in Ridgeland, South Carolina.
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