“Verily, Verily, I say unto you. He that heareth my word and believeth in Him that sent me hath everlasting life, and shall not come unto condemnation, but as passed from death unto life.” ~ John 5:24
A Time to be Born
On May 28, 1977, in Tallulah, Louisiana, Terrell DeShante Addison was born to the loving and caring parents of Johnny R. Addison and Clarena Addison.
A Time to be Reborn
Terrell confessed Christ at the age of ten and was baptized on August 22, 1987, and became a member of the Solomon Temple Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Reverend Roosevelt Williams.
A Time to Plant
He served faithfully as an usher, Sunday School student, and volunteer choir member. He Evangelized for the Lord in his very own unique way under the leadership of his pastor, Pastor Johnny Addison. He was also a faithful Bible Class student and a member of the Single Men and Women Ministry at Rosemont Missionary Baptist Church. Leaving a sea of people behind who lives he done touched in a positive way. Whether it was his contagious smile and laugh (HeeHee), words of encouragement or his living testimonies. Showing that GOD’s Grace is sufficient enough to bring you through and out of any situation. Or his perseverance to overcome, not letting any situation or circumstance stop him from enjoying and living life to its fullest.
A Time to Plant
He graduated from Mississippi Job Corp, in May of 1996, and received his degree as a certified electrican. He was employed at Harris Electric Repair Service and Moses Electric Company in Jackson, Mississippi, until 1999. He also went to Tallulah Elementary and Tallulah Junior High.
A Time to Die
Terrell appointed days on earth were fulfilled on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at his home in Jackson, Mississippi.
A Time to Mourn
Mourning his passing and celebrating his home going are his loving, caring, and dedicated family: his two sons, Trevonte L. Johnson and Trevone D. Johnson; his parents, Pastor Johnny Ray and Clarena Addison; one brother, Lee Andrew L. (Antoinette) Addison; sister, Jerkimme R. Addison; two grandchildren, Tahiry and Trevonte Johnson, Jr.; sisters, Shantrail Jackson and Shanna Jackson; and his loving and caring aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives, and a host of friends.
Preceding him in death was his loving and caring grandmother, Mrs. Willie Mae Jones, who help raised him.
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