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Alice Tisdale Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Alice Tisdale.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Alice Carson Tisdale

The members of The Orangeburg (SC) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated are deeply saddened by the transition of our beloved sister Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale.

Mrs. Tisdale was a pillar in the Orangeburg community as the former First Lady of Claflin University for 25 years.

Our chapter joins in the collective grief shared by President Emeritus Dr. Henry N. Tisdale, their daughter and son-in-law Drs. Danica Camille Tisdale and Damany Fisher; son Brandon Keith Tisdale, grandchildren, Carson Tisdale and Claflin University families, the student’s and alumni she impacted, the state of South Carolina and abroad.

Mrs. Tisdale and her husband Claflin’s eighth president, Dr. Henry N. Tisdale, retired in 2019.

Even until her transition on Saturday, July 25, 2020, Mrs. Tisdale, an award-winning educator for whom the Claflin university Honors College is named, remained an integral part of the Orangeburg chapter.

As we celebrate the life of our friend and philanthropist, we honor her service to our chapter:

My deepest sympathy and sincere condolences are extended to Dr. Henry N. Tisdale (former President of Claflin University) and his family as they mourn the loss of former First Lady, Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale. She was a classy, benevolent, and beautiful person. May she rest in peace and rise in glory!

Today Heaven opened up its magnificent gate & gave its latest set of angelic wings. My eldest sister Alice Carson Tisdale; who was a wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, cousin, soror to 🍃, educator and friend to so many transitioned to be with our mother and father in heavenly glory. Sis may your sweet soul rest in eternal glory alongside those you loved so very much. Ohhhh what a party they are having with you in heaven today. I can imagine you with your 👠 and mom with her ☕️ sets. Rest in power my beloved sister, my dearest heart. You raised me as if I were your own. I’ll never forget everything you did for me… we may shed tears today, but we shall REJOICE for the King of Kings has your spirit now my beloved. I will see your beautiful eyes and smile yet again in eternal peace. I love you Sis.

Our dear sister and friend, Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale, is now an Ivy Beyond the Wall. Mrs. Tisdale spent 25 dedicated years changing the lives of so many at Claflin University and in the Orangeburg community. She was loved by many and will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Tisdale family.

From Clafin University this evening …

“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of former First Lady Alice Carson Tisdale.”

She made so many lasting contributions to Claflin and higher education.

She was particularly proud of the tremendous success of Claflin’s honor college, which is now named in her honor, and the annual Presidential Scholarship Gala, which recognizes and supports the university’s Presidential Scholars.

A truly remarkable woman who will be dearly missed.

On a gallant academic leader and friend: Alice Carson Tisdale.

I am sorry for your loss, President Tisdale, Danica, Brandon, and family. You are in our prayers.

Rest in eternal peace, most graceful First Lady Alice Carson Tisdale! Thank you for being simply the best and the truest McCoy! A most genuine and loving Leader! A top champion for diversity, equity, equality, and authentic inclusion! A trooper for measurable, comprehensive academic excellence for everyone. A true believer and practitioner of the ‘one for all and all for one,’ ‘sister’s / brother’s keeper,’ ‘villages raising kids’ and ‘Ubuntu’ philosophies.
Rest in Peace.

Personally, working so close to her since my stint as First-year College director, and later as her co-instructor for her Honors classes, I learnt so much! We served truly diverse students in that global program, The Alice Carson Tisdsle Honors College at Claflin University,
SC. Needless to say, she always provided so much of the love and nurturing to our students; she would still send them back to me when they groaned about ‘too much research and too little time to complete all this work she wants us to do!’ She was uncompromising, when it came to rigorous academic standards and practice! That strengthened our relationship and made our team superbly productive. Leaving our 10-year partnership to join another institution was among the most difficult things I did. She did her best to try and retain me and in later years to get me back to work with her; for that I continue to be grateful.

I cannot begin to list the diverse topics we discussed both in and out of class or while inspecting the Honors dormitories to ensure they met her highest standards! Beloved Alice was also generous enough to share her wonderful now-blessed two moms with me, Mrs. Carson and Grandma Tisdale. These two ladies had so much love and wisdom; they truly made me feel like an adopted daughter. Yes, in spite of my strange African accent, we had such long and interesting conversations; their open-mindedness and welcoming spirit gave credence to the adage of the apple and the tree! Her friendship will always be one of the top blessings for which I will always thank God and seek to serve others.

Her influence on my family was quite significant. My children still cherish the evenings they spent in her basement while the First Lady, President, and I worked even past midnight, on her kitchen table to develop various aspects of the curricula for our Claflin students. On their visits from overseas, my sisters always loved our special dinners and conversations with First Lady and President Tisdale. Beloved Alice always lit up our humble home, each time she visited, even if it was just to pick me up for a shopping adventure in Columbia, SC! She honored her own invitation and let me visit her house anytime! Another privilege! She always had wonderful and uplifting things to say to everyone. She was truly beautiful, through and through!

Rest in God’s Glory, Dearest First Lady Alice Carson Tisdale.

Please pray for the Claflin family and the Tisdale family as we grieve the loss of Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale. I am lost for words.

Ever since I came to Claflin University as a freshman, I’ll never forget the day or way Mrs. Tisdale and Former President Henry Tisdale welcomed me into the Claflin family. When I finished my freshman year, I was invited to apply for Honors College. I first didn’t want to do it, because I thought I’m not qualified to become an honors student. With prayer and trusting, I applied to Honors College. A week later, I received a phone call from Mrs. Tisdale herself, she told me that I’ve been accepted to the Honors College!!! She said I was one of only 13 that had been accepted. She also awarded me a great scholarship, which made me have a full ride. My heart was overwhelmed with joy!

Mrs. Tisdale, I want to thank your for the years you’ve served as the First Lady of CU and the chairman of the Alice Carson Tisdale Honors College. You allowed students like me to become more than just being a student, but a VISIONARY LEADER.

Thank you Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale for seeing the visionary leader in me that I couldn’t see in myself.

Thank you for believing in me, accepting me for who I am, cultivating me to become the best Isaiah Jordan and never giving up on me.

Your legacy created the path for young people and the younger generation to become leaders.

I am deeply saddened by our loss. Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale will always have a special place in my heart. ❤️

RIP Mrs. Tisdale

RIP Mrs. Alice Carson Tisdale. My gratitude for my alma mater grows with each passing year as I realize more & more the sacrifice, forethought and love that went into the heart of Claflin University. I just wish we had more time to thank you for the pivotal role you played in the lives of many, Mrs. Tizzy. My thoughts are with former President; Dr. Henry N. Tisdale, his family and the whole #Claflin community. From the Southern East Coast to Northern West Coast you’ll surely be missed Phirst Lady ACT. Rest in power Mama CU!

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