Brother Levan McCall, 64, departed this life Friday September 13, 2019 in Marion County. He was the husband of Diane McCall. You may visit the family at 6839 Gause St. Latta SC.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the New Mt. Zion AME Church, 2620 Main St. Sellers, SC Thursday September 19, 2019 at 11:00 am.
He will be laid to rest in the Florence National Cemetery Friday September 20, 2019 at 11:00 am.
~ Obituary ~
Mr. Levan McCall was born December 29, 1954 to the late Mr. Woodlun McCall Sr. and Kate McCall. He was raised in Marion, SC. He departed this life on September 13, 2019 in Latta, SC.
Levan affectionately known as “Van” graduated from Marion High School with the call of 1972, where he drove school bus and attended the Marion County Vocational School, where he found the passion to work on small engine. After high school Levan joined the National Guard, served twenty one years, along with working at Leggs (Sara Lee Hosiery) for twenty plus years.
Levan passionately served his community by fixing small engines, which he dedicated half his life doing. He accepted Christ at an early age at New. Mt. Zion AME Church, where he was a faithful member and served many duties within the church. Van was also an active member of the True Light of Zion #399, which also kept him active within his community.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister Caroline Ford and two brothers Theodore McCall and Michael McCall all of Latta, SC.
He leaves to cherish fond memories a loving and devoted wife of forth three years; Diane Bethea McCall, two loving children; LaStachia “Stayce” McCall of Latta, SC, Akentopher “Kent” McCall of Charlotte, NC, two grandchildren; KaRahya and Deronte McClam of Latta, SC., three siblings; Woodlun (Mary) McCall, Regina McCall and Veronica McCall (Kenny Davis) all of Latta, SC., along with a host of special nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives and friends. He also leaves two very special friends Ronald “ Neckbone” McRae and Melvin Kelly.
To know Van was to love him. He wasn’t a man of many words, but a man of his word. “Van The Jack Of All Trades”.