Izak Bruce Rewis, 19, of Kingsland, passed away Sunday morning August 30, 2020. Bruce was born in St. Marys to Donovan Dwayne Rewis and Crystal Anne Wallis Bruce. He made Camden County his home most of his life, but he was also proud of his original hometown, Folkston.
Bruce was a loving, outgoing, and very intelligent young man. Bruce was very crafty and loved all varieties of music. He enjoyed the outdoors, strolls down the old railroad tracks, camping, and bonfires. Of all the things Bruce loved in life, his biggest treasures were his family, siblings, and friends. He was one of the most well mannered and respectful young men you could ever meet. Bruce was uniquely special to anyone he knew. He was always on a mission to make you laugh and brighten your day, and not to mention, giving the best hugs. Although Bruce is gone way too young, he left a special mark in so many lives and hearts forever.
He was preceded in death by a maternal grandfather, Rodney Wallis.
Bruce is survived by his mother, Crystal Bruce husband Duane of Kingsland; his father, Donavon Rewis wife Summer of Woodbine; seven siblings, Dacey Rewis, River Rewis, Zane Rewis, Broden Rewis, Serenity Rewis, Kalyn Bruce, Brynlee Bruce; a niece, Arabella Ashbeck; grandparents, Rose Wallis of Hillard and Mike and Deloris Rewis of Lafayette, LA; bonus grandparents, Fay and Norman Ard, L.W. and Karen Bruce, Suzan Page, and Cindy Williams; numerous aunts, uncles and other relatives.
A funeral service was held Thursday, September 3, 2020 at Allison Memorial Chapel. The family received friends prior to the funeral service. Honorary Pallbearers were his best friends that were his extended family, Preston Hughes, Dale Talevera-Moore, DeAndre Gordon, Torri Lee, and Daniel Noriega.
The family requests memorial donations be made to the Special Olympics, Attn: Web Gifts, 1133 19th Street NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC, 20036?3604 or Email: email@example.com.
Allison Memorial Chapel was in charge of the arrangements.