Condolence & Memory Journal

Irena and I are saddened by Fred's death. Our prayers have been with Judy and hope she finds comfort in the days ahead. Michael Teal

Posted by Michael Teal - Saluda, NC   October 21, 2016

Mr. Inman & Judy are the sweetest people I have ever met. I had the pleasure to work with Mr. Inman at Evans Steel and watched me build Galvstar into a thriving business. He was a funny man that had some great one liners that would catch you off guard, and make you laugh so hard!! He was a hard worker and it seemed everything he touched would soar high!! It was always a pleasure to see him & Judy come in the office, they always brought such sunshine!! Mr. Inman will be truely missed by so many people that he has met & those he never met cause he never met a stranger. RIP Mr. Inman you were truely an inspiration to us all.

Pam Fulmer

Posted by Pam Fulmer - West Columbia, SC - Coworker   October 20, 2016

Fred and Judy are the finest neighbors that anyone could have. They have been helpful to us in so many ways. The boat ramp was always available when we need to get our boat out and Fred was often there to help. Fred was always out and about dealing with one thing or another with their house, dock or boat. i learned a lot about dealing with the issues that come up in life on "The Neck" on Edisto just by observing Fred who was always willing to share his knowledge when approached.

We will miss him a great deal, but thankful that our close friend and neighbor Judy will be there as usual. We offer up our prayers for Judy and their family.

Stan and Dianne Johnson

Posted by Stanley and Dianne Johnson - Edisto Island, SC - Neighbor   October 16, 2016