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Friday December 4th, 2020
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Isaiah Dewayne Lawson 20

Life Began August 18, 2000 Parents: Dorothy Jean Booker Gary Dewayne Lawson (Deceased) Education: Pine Tree School ,Longview, TX Mountain View College, Dallas ,TX Isaiah was bless to attend Mountain View College on a basketball scholarship.He loved playing basketball to the point that no one had to pressure him to practice. He was great at it. Those who left ahead of him; Father,Gary Lawson,,Falvin Booker,Martin Booker and Roy Lee Booker Precious Memories: Mother;Dorothy Jean Booker,Longview, TX Two Brothers; Jayme Charles Bradley,Rusk, TX Daniel Charles Bradley,Longview, TX One Sister; LaPorscha Lawson,Longview, TX Four Aunts; Debra Witcher,Longview, TX Delois Evane,Henderson, TX Monica Blanton,Longview, TX Lanetra Hannah,Longview,TX Two Uncle; Lee Miller,Portland, OR Lorenzo Miller,Portland,OR A host of Nephews,nieces,cousins and classmates It is with our deepest sorrow that we inform you of the Transition of Mr.Isaiah D.Lawson.A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. The Bigham Mortuary ask that you please keep this family in your thoughts and prayers.

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Rochell Wallace Dec 3 2020 11:40 AM

Our son played basketball with Isaiah at PTHS so we had the pleasure of watching him play ball during his high school years. He was so much fun to watch and you could tell how much he loved the game. Isaiah was always very respectful to us and had a smile on his face. We are so very sorry for the loss of his young, promising life and pray God's comfort and peace to his family and friends.

Amy and Matt Reese Nov 25 2020 4:31 PM