Ray Winters, born Raymond Howard Winters, 50, passed away August 16, 2021, at Grand Strand Regional in Myrtle Seaside, SC. Born on April 1,1971, in Mobile, AL, he was the son of Monroe and Linda Winters. Right after going to Myrtle Seaside in 1998 and doing the job for Rice and McDonald, Ray opened his own legislation company, The Legislation Office of Ray H. Winters, P.C. in 2008. A graduate of the College of South Alabama (Mobile, Alabama) with both equally his Bachelor’s Diploma (1992) and Master’s Degree (1994), Ray graduated from Loyola University – New Orleans, School of Law (1998) and was admitted to the Alabama Bar in 1998, the South Carolina Bar in 1999, and the United States Tax Courtroom in 2003 Ray’s exercise regions ended up Company Law, Enterprise Corporations, Commercial Authentic Estate, and Household Serious Estate.

Ray was a member of the Horry County, Alabama Condition Bar, and South Carolina Bar. He was awarded Certificates in Typical Law Civil Law and International Legislation Scientific tests upon graduating Loyola University Faculty of Legislation (1998). Ray also held a Master’s Diploma in Community Administration from the College of South Alabama (1994). Ray was concerned with several civic businesses where he served as standard counsel to the Carolina Forest Civic Association and Coastal Carolina Student Housing Foundation. He also served as a former Chairman of Deacons at Ocean See Baptist Church and also served on the Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum’s and Stylish Smiles, Inc.’s Board of Trustees as properly as the Board of Directors of Floor Zero serving the youth of Horry County, South Carolina. Additionally, he served the local community in other many volunteer capacities when doable whether it be at Carolina Forest Large Faculty, Carolina Forest Carrying out Arts Academy (CFPAA), many church committees, or other civic groups. 

Ray was elected to serve as the District 3 Consultant to the Horry County School Board in November 2014 and served proudly in that potential symbolizing portions of the attendance areas of Carolina Forest and Myrtle Seaside until finally his passing.

In his spare time he liked paying time with relatives, together with small trips and holidays. He cherished to enjoy Star Wars and Star Trek motion pictures, looking through and golfing. On the weekends you could generally capture him observing Nascar races, soccer and baseball video games on television set. Ray beloved to satisfy new people and took just about every chance to share with many others what God has completed for him and his family’s lives. 

Survivors involve his beloved spouse, Tracy Winters, daughter, Alyssa Winters of Myrtle Seaside his mom, Linda Winters, father, Monroe Winters equally of Saraland, Alabama his mother-in-regulation, Sandra Smith and his sister-in-legislation, Tristy Smith both equally of Saraland, Alabama.

Visitation will be Friday, August 27, 2021 at McMillan-Smaller Funeral Property, 910-67th Ave. N., Myrtle Seashore, SC 29572 from 4:30 – 6:30 PM.

A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 AM Saturday, August 28, 2021 at Ocean Watch Baptist Church, 7300 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Seashore, SC 29572.  Burial will abide by at Hillcrest Cemetery, Conway, SC.

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