Mr. Joe Lee Seabrook, peacefully and gracefully, made his eternal transition on Sunday: December 26, 2021, at the Roper St. Francis Bon Secours Hospital. Son of the late Eler Mae and Matthew Seabrook. Joe Lee was born January 7, 1955, in Green Pond, South Carolina. At an early age, he received his formal education in the public schools of Colleton County. Joe Lee entered the workforce and became employed with CSX Railroad. As time passed, he decided he wanted to pursue another field, and obtained his CDL. He then worked for various carriers driving and enjoying the open road. His last drive would be with Washington Logging of Walterboro, South Carolina. Joe Lee loved his career being a truck driver, and he even loved training others, as well.
Affectionately called “Jim Jim”, he devoted his life to loving and taking care of his family. He was a loving son, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. If you knew him, you knew that his daughter, Crystal; grandson, Jacair; and soon to be granddaughter, Erykah, were his heart strings. He would give his last just to ensure that they had everything they needed and wanted. Not only did he love his family, but he had a special love and devotion for the Dallas Cowboys, and stuck with the slogan “America’s Team”, until the end.
Left to embrace the portraits of his life are daughter, Crystal Seabrook, grandson, Jacair L. Medlock “Kiker” and soon to be Little Miss Erykah Kali Doe, all of Summerville, South Carolina: two sisters, Elder Carolyn Seabrook Frazier and Willie J. Gaddis (Thomas), both of Walterboro, SC: one brother and best friend, Raymond Seabrook (Victoria) of Green Pond, SC: along with a host of numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. As service arrangements have been updated below, please be advised, a facial covering will be required prior to entering all facilities during services.
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