Isiah Scott
December 11, 1999 - March 12, 2019


The Peacemakers

by Kisha Stansberry and Betty Young, Philip Bergman, Hannah Christiansen and Laura Yawney
Vocals by Keanon Kyles and Meagan McNeal


Zay was a man in black, like Johnny Cash
There’s a reason for the things that he had on
Dedicated to his friends, his family, and his song
Fighting silent battles, but always there to lean on.

Hey Granny, I don’t want you to feel alone
It’s Christmastime, I want you to have peace at home
Though this piece of your heart is missing
I love you Granny, I’ve walked that road of gold.

They were the peacemakers
Too trusting the peacemakers
So loving the peacemakers
Beautiful souls, heart of the hom
e

Dean worked hard so we never went without
Loyal to his family, you’ve never seen a husband so devout
Protector of the home, five his and his wife,
His children, his block, his love was his life.

Kisha, Kisha, Kisha, I’m watching over you
To know that you’re safe eases all I’ve been through
I died your husband, I don’t want my wife stressed
I love my five kids, you made me so blessed.

They were the peacemakers
Too trusting the peacemakers
So loving the peacemakers
Beautiful souls, heart of the home

Isiah, lsiah, Isiah that name is embedded in my memory. I close my eyes to vision that big beautiful smile or those big brown eyes dancing in your head. I listen for your deep voice saying hey granny or guest what granny I know here it comes. I will cherish these memories. This ninthteen year old touch many li ves such as his peers, adults and most of all his mom,dad,grandparents and brothers and sister whom he adored. Isiah your work ended too soon here but you begin to sing the melodies and dance to the music of lord in his land of the living. Isiah I will be you forever!

They were the peacemakers
Too trusting the peacemakers
So loving the peacemakers
Beautiful souls, heart of the home

Your song may have ended
But your melody still lingers