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CSU Mourns Former Trustee Inabinet

By CSU Media | October 15, 2018
Rev. Daniel J. Inabinet

Former CSU president, Jairy C. Hunter Jr., (left) with the late Rev. Daniel J. Inabinet (right) in 2011.

The university is mourning the passing of former Board of Trustees member, the Rev. Daniel J. Inabinet, who died October 11 at his home in Marion, South Carolina.

Inabinet graduated from Charleston Southern in 1984 and served as an ambassador for the university in numerous capacities including, the Board of Trustees, the Board of Visitors, the Legacy Society, the Ministers Support Network and the 50thAnniversary Planning Committee.

Rev. Inabinet served as pastor of Marion Baptist Church, First Baptist Florence and Nichols Baptist Church. He also served as Senior Chaplain of the Florence County Sheriff’s Department and Hospice Chaplain for McLeod Hospice.

He held a master of divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and had completed doctoral work at Erskine College and clinical pastoral studies at Baylor University Medical Center.

Daniel is survived by his wife, Fonda, and two daughters, Rae and Julian Grace. His mother, Jean Inabinet, graduated from CSU in 1977 and is a member of the Women’s Council. His father, Wilson Inabinet, graduated from CSU in 1972 and has been a member of the Board of Visitors.

The university is grateful for Rev. Inabinet’s service to the institution and its students. He was a faithful supporter of Charleston Southern.

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