Dollie Isgett Younts

Dollie I. Younts, of Fountain Inn, wife of Melvin K. Younts with their marriage of 67 years, known as “Miss Dollie” passed away on Friday, July 20, 2018 at the age of 88 with her family by her side.

“Miss Dollie” was a native of Cheraw, SC and was a daughter of the late Joseph Bert and Fay Laney Isgett.

In addition to her beloved husband, Melvin, she is survived by four sons, Kemp Younts and his wife, Tammie, Joe Younts, David Younts and his wife, Frieda, and Laney Younts and his wife, Dana; and her son-in-law James Culp and his wife, Corie. Mrs. Younts was preceded in death in 1996 by their daughter, Kerry Ann Y. Culp.

Known by them as “Meme” she is also survived by the loves of her life her grandchildren, Trent, Colin, and Drew Culp, Jenna Younts Chandler, Jonas, Cassie, and Will Younts, Katie Younts Kinley, Wesley, Dalton, Luke, Savannah, Kerry, and Grayson Younts; great-grandchildren, Jaxon & Mason Chandler, Lottie & Mattson Culp, Noah & Asher Kinley, and David Younts III; one sister, Tate Isgett Allen; and many nieces and nephews.

Dollie was a graduate of Columbia College with a BS Degree in Science. She taught eighth grade at San Souci Jr. High for four years. She was president of the Fountain Inn Garden Club and won many blue ribbons for her flower arrangements in many Greenville County Flower shows. Dollie thoroughly enjoyed playing golf and was president of the Fox Run CC Ladies Association for two years. Playing bridge and working in her flower garden were among her favorite pastimes.

Dollie and her husband, Melvin, contributed much to charities throughout Greenville County and the Upstate of SC including The Younts Center at Furman University, the North Greenville University football stadium, the Columbia College soccer complex, the Marie Younts Girls Home of Connie Maxwell in Mauldin, SC, the Younts Cultural Arts Center in Fountain Inn, the Innovation Center of Greenville Technical College at ICAR, the Younts South Club area in Memorial Stadium at Clemson University, and the new chapel to be constructed at Clemson University.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 5:00 – 7:30 PM at Fountain Inn First Baptist Church, 206 N. Weston St, Fountain Inn, SC 29644.

A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 3:00 PM at Fountain Inn FBC.

Entombment will follow in the Cannon Memorial Park Chapel Mausoleum.

Pallbearers serving will be her nine grandsons, Trent, Colin & Drew Culp, Will, Jonas, Wesley, Grayson, Luke & Dalton Younts.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made payable to any of the following: The Melvin & Dollie Younts Charity Foundation, Furman University, Clemson University, Columbia College, the Cultural Arts Foundation of Fountain Inn, or the Fountain Inn First Baptist Church Foundation. Please mail all memorials to: PO Box 566, Fountain Inn, SC 29644.

Condolences to the family of Dollie Isgett Younts

  • Melody Barber Yasi
    2 years ago

    My heart breaks at the loss of Dollie. She was such a gracious and kind lady, and I loved the spunk and wit she had.

    Please know you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord be real and present with you and give you the strength, comfort and peace you need each day.

    Love and Prayers,
    Melody Yasi and family

  • John Hastings
    2 years ago

    My God, our Lord and Savior, keep his mighty arms wrapped around The Younts Family, giving them all the strength and courage needed to get through this most difficult time.

  • Teresa Steadman
    2 years ago

    Such a classy and gracious lady. It was my pleasure to have known her. May God hold each of you a little tighter in the coming days.

  • We are so sorry to hear of Ms. Dollie’s passing. GG and family, you will be in our prayers. Love, Jerry and Peggy Springs (Marydith’s in-laws).

  • Elaine Ratchford
    2 years ago

    The entire Younts family holds a special place in my heart. Miss Dollie was a very special lady. I throughly enjoyed her graciousness and wit. Her legacy will live for many years to come. Prayers are with you all.
    Much love to you all.

    Elaine Ratchford

  • Jennie Gault
    2 years ago

    Dollie Younts will be missed ! Soft-spoken yet witty, charming, ladylike, and beautiful inside and out, Dollie was a great role model for many of us. I’m thankful Melvin married her and brought her to Fountain Inn some 67 years ago. She contributed much to this little city and left a beautiful mark throughout her life. Thinking of you all during these sad days and wishing you comfort and peace. With love and sympathy, Jennie Gault

  • Eugene Stoddard
    2 years ago

    Your family are in my prayers and thoughts…

  • Ray and Barbara Brown, Fountain Inn
    2 years ago

    Mr. Melvin and family, we are very saddened for the passing of Miss Dollie, she was always a very sweet and kind lady, and the very same every time you saw her. I am sure that each of you will feel the void in your life. Have faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and trust and one day you will be able to see her again, and then there will be no more parting. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

    Ray and Barbara Brown.

  • Dee Mitchell McGowan
    2 years ago

    So sorry to hear of “Miss Dolly’s passing….Always enjoyed her arrangements and touring her lovely home……God Bless, Dee

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