Donald Inman of Little River, SC passed away February 7, 2019 at his home following an extended illness. Born April 18, 1956, Donald became a master carpenter and a wonderful photographer. While in good health, he enjoyed deep sea fishing and worked on charter boats out of Little River. Donald had a keen sense of humor and loved pulling pranks on unsuspecting loved ones. He never met a stranger and was a kind and humble person, willing to give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. Always willing to forgive a wrong, his friends and family knew him as a loyal and loving man, and a lover of simple pleasures. He will be truly missed by those he loved, and by those who loved him. We weep at his loss, but also rejoice that Donald is now, healed from his earthly suffering, in Heaven with his Saviour. There, he joins his parents, Ralph Ivan and Laura Bennett Inman, and two brothers, Charles Inman and Freddy Inman, who preceded Donald in death.
Donald is survived by a brother, Ricky Inman (Linda), of Matthews, NC; two nephews – Robert Inman (Christy), of Fuquay Varina, NC, and Reid Inman of Matthews, NC; and 3 great nephews – Brady, Bryce, and Brooks Inman, of Fuquay Varina, NC. His former wife and friend, Carol, resides in Lillington, NC.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
So very sorry. Such a great loss. Our deep sympathies to Ricky and his family.
I sure enjoyed the time I knew you. We had some good laughs spending time together. I sure miss the 80s and early 90s hanging out. Thanks for always being nice to me. I love you.
I always enjoyed the times I spent with you and Carol growing up. You two were there for me and Mom at a time when we needed it the most. I will always appreciate your laugh and sense of humor. May you forever be at peace knowing you were loved by all who knew you.
My name is Steve Todd and Donald used to be my brother in law.We probably go back over 40 years.Donald was a good man with a good heart.Donald and my sister Carol opened their home to me on many occasions and it was some of the best times of my life. Donald even gave me a job working with him doing trim work when I had gotten out of the service in the mid 1980’s. I had a lot of good times with Donald and I will miss him dearly. I will always remember his laugh and when we would get home from work and he would take his shoes off…his dog couldn’t even stay in the same room! RIP Donald
Steve Todd, Lillington, North Carolina
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