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Timothy Deas was born on April 8, 1946 to the late Fred and Carrie Bell Deas in Lee County, South Carolina. He departed this life on Thursday night, June 14, 2022 at the Hospice & Community Care in Rock Hill, SC.
Timothy is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Fraiger Deas, and Ulysses Deas, and a sister Georgianna Inman. He is survived by three sisters Evalina Ramsey (Arthur), Mellen Tinsley (Charles) and Lula Walker.
Timothy was a long time resident of Pruitt Healthcare Nursing Home in Rock Hill, SC. Timothy, affectionately called Tim, enjoyed hearing his mother and sisters talk about the bible based hope of the resurrection and a restored paradise on earth, when everyone living will have perfect health and “no one will say I am sick” (Isaiah 33:24). Tim also enjoyed watching the Caleb and Sophia bible videos.
Timothy leaves to mourn his loss and cherish his memories his three sisters (Evalina, Mellen, Lula), nieces (Erica Walker, Theresa Tinsley, Marva Vanessa Inman, Quantricia Inman), and Six nephews (Theodore Rainaud Walker Jr, Druerie Juanaud Walker, Charles Tinsley Jr., Derek Inman, Victor Inman, and Rodney Ramsey), and a host of cousins and friends.
The family of the late Timothy Deas wishes to express
their sincere and deepest gratitude for all the loving acts of
kindness shown to them during this time of sorrow.
Your visits, cards, calls, flowers and prayers have served us well
and will continue to brighten the days ahead. May Jehovah’s richest blessings be upon each of you for your loving concern and support.
A special word of gratitude is extended to Pruitt Healthcare for the loving care they extended to Timothy while a resident in their facility, as well as to Hospice Community House for the loving care they provided in his last days.
Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life …
John 5:28, 29
Carolina Cremation of Charlotte and Salisbury is assisting the Deas family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
THEODORE WALKER says
Sorry to see him do but Timothy is at peace and the good Lord have him now.
Cecelia Sutton says
Please accept my deepest condolences, and may our God of comfort continue to be with u and your family in your time of need. Please be assured you are in my prayers!
Cecelia Sutton says
May our God of comfort continue to be with u and your family in your time of need, as we await for Jehovah to awaken him from sleep. Please be assured you are in my prayers!
Mack Family says
Job 14:14, 15: “ If a man dies, can he live again? I will wait all the days of my compulsory service Until my relief comes. 15 You will call, and I will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands.”
Timothy awaits the time when his relief from his compulsory service ends. Then his God, Jehovah; who longs to to return him to you, will do just that!
Until then we will be here to support you and your family through this time of sorrow and remembrance.
C & B Dunlap says
Please except our sincere sympathy over the death of Tim. May the God of all comfort Jehovah be the family and help you hold on to the hope of the
Resurrection. Sincere Sympathy.
Charles & Barbara Dunlap
May Jehovah continue to be with you and your family…. I
He will call the dead will answer!!! You will see your loved ones again!!!!
He will call and all those in there memorial tombs will be awaken and the dead will answer! Much love and condolences to you and your family.
S Johnson says
Continued prayers and sincere thoughts of peace and hope to all of the family. Your brother, uncle and friend is missed by all who knew him, but continue to trust that it is not for very long.
Estelle Holley says
My Sincere condolences to the family.
Anna M Dupree says
Even though I didn’t know Tim, I know our God, Jehovah. He will comfort and soothe your pain as you go through this grievous time. Soon, these old days will pass and the paradise will be here. All those sleeping in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come (John 5:28,29). What a joyous time that we are awaiting according to his promise.