Deacon Everett B. Bostick, Sr., 58 years old of Ridgeland, South Carolina, passed away on Tuesday, March 14, 2023, at his residence. “Bernie, as he was affectionately called, was a graduate of Jasper County School, Class of 1983. Bernie enlisted in the United States Army to serve his country for several years and received an honorable discharge.
Bernie accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior, then became a member of New Zion Baptist Church, there he served faithfully as a Deacon, he also was a mentor to the young men of his church and community and helped them became God’s faithful and dedicated leaders.
Deacon Bostick leaves his beautiful family and loved ones to cherished his memories; his loving wife; Michelle Bostick along with their children; Two sons; Everett B. Bostick, Jr. and Malik Bostick, One daughter; Alesha Bostick, Two precious grandchildren; Zalaya “Emmy”Bostick and Malik Bostick, Jr., his Stepson; Ramond Medlock, Four bonus children he helped raised; Kimahn, Kinleigh, Kaliq and Kayleigh Medlock, His loving mother; Lue Esther Bostick, His mother in law; Mary “Gal” Medlock (Joseph Stevenson), Two beautiful sisters; Jeanine Bostick and Wanda (Julius) McAllister, One brother Sherwood (Tera) Williams, One sister in law; Cynthia Medlock, Three brothers in law; Lavar Medlock, Joseph Medlock and Nathaniel Jones, Jr., Two special aunts; Cathryn Bostick and Linda Bostick, Two uncles; Ernest “Dusty” (Phyllis) Pinckney and Deacon Rufus P. Toomer, Sr. Four Godchildren; Shaquetta Battiste, Kamryn Garder, Adriana Simmons and Travis "Fuzz" Quarterman. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
A Walk-Thru will be held on Monday, March 20, 2023, at New Zion Baptist Church in Ridgeland, South Carolina from 5-7 PM.
Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at New Zion Baptist Church in Ridgeland, South Carolina at 11:00 AM.
Burial will take place at Grahamville Cemetery in Ridgeland, South Carolina.
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