Beloved father, brother, and son we're just a few of the hats that you wore. Shaun Michael pace, 33, life was taken way too soon on November 10th, 2022. He tragically lost his life in a car accident. Those left to cherish his memory are the reason he lived for. His three young daughters Zoe Ann Pace, Eden Lyle Pace, and Phoenix Gail Pace. He loved his daughters more than life itself. They adored and loved their father. He will always be remembered as a great father. In addition to his children those left to cherish his memory are his old lady as he affectionately called her Brianna Marie Wilcox. They had been together since meeting in college. Shaun is survived by his sister Jessica Raymer and husband Shaun of Rockwell. He leaves behind several nieces and nephews that he loved as if they were his own Dixie Caudle (Zeke) of China Grove. He was over the moon that she was about to make him a great uncle. Nieces Hannah Caudle, Nevaeh Corbin, Sailor Corbin, Cierra Raymer, and his special bond with niece Paisley Raymer. Nephews Colby Caudle, Colton Smith, and Caleb Raymer. The two men whom he referred to as his dad's when they didn't have to be Jerry Talbert Jr and Michael Ray Derringer. Honorary Brothers Chris Paddock, Joe Michael Caudle, and Thomas Corbin. Honorary sisters Cheryl Martin and Ashleigh Parker. He had several close friends whom he also considered family. He is also survived by his maternal grandmother Paulette Matthews and Uncle Jeff Matthews. He also had an extensive family aunts and cousins. He was proceeded in death by his mother Donna Burleson, his Aunt Sandra Walker and William Burleson. Shaun was born March 23rd, 1989, in Salisbury North Carolina. He was raised in Cleveland North Carolina. He attended West Rowan high School. He received his GED. He attended Rowan-Cabarrus Community College where he studied automotive. He was primarily employed as a cook. Most recently at H& B in Cleveland North Carolina. Sean was a devoted father to his three children. He loved them more than life itself. He enjoyed his Baltimore Ravens football he was ecstatic when a Ravens player walked off the field and handed him his gloves. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. I know Shaun had a personal relationship with his Lord and savior. To know him you would have either loved him or hated him. He had a great sense of humor and a very distinct laugh that matched his sense of humor. He was very kind-hearted and would give you the shirt off his back. If he cared about you there wasn't anything he wouldn't do for you. He never turned his back on those he considered family and friends. He has truly left a big hole in all our hearts.