Rev. Timothy Leon Woodberry was 48, and departed this life Wednesday March 4, 2020 at his home in Kingstree, SC. He was the husband of Alisha Woodberry. You may visit the family at 161 Cactus Rd. Latta, SC 29565.
Funeral services are scheduled to be held at the True Fellowship Christian Church 506 Supply Road Marion, SC 29571 on Sunday March 15, 2020 at 3:00 pm. He will be laid to rest at Resthaven Cemetery, Dillon.
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Mr. Timothy Leon Woodberry Sr. was born on June 5,1971 to his mother Geraldine Woodberry. The grandson of the late Lessie and Thomas Woodberry. He returned to his Lord and Savior on March 4, 2020 at his home in Kingstree, South Carolina at the age of 48.
Timothy was born in Lee County of Fort Myers, Florida. Timothy grew up in Marion, South Carolina where he was educated in the public-school system of Marion county.
He grew up a faithful member of Browns Chapel Holiness Church where he enjoyed being a lead gospel singer from a young age. Pastor Woodberry was ordained into the ministry at a young age. He served several years as a Deacon, Pastor and Minister. He later started his own ministry known as “The Better Way of Life Ministry” in Marion, South Carolina. He later gained the final title of State Elder under the Leadership of Bishop Mack Davis Jr. until he preached his last sermon Job 7 “Appointed Time from God and his servant”.
He was preceded in death by his Aunt Nettie Bell Duncan, baby girl Amber Nicole Woodberry, father of the home James McFarland Jr.
Elder Woodberry is survived by his mother Geraldine Woodberry; wife: Alisha D. Woodberry; the Woodberry children: Timothy Jr., Isis, Ashley, Joshua, Trequan, Lanirya, Tailynn, Victor, Alana, Daquaves, Taniyha and Lakeshia; two brothers: Alton (Veronica) Davis, James (Trietta) Davis; three sisters: Jeanie (Tim) Robertson, Iris Davis and Seceal Davis; two brother in laws: David Brown Junior and Edward Brown; mother in law: Carrie Lee Brown; one aunt; Esterlee Jackson; one uncle: Bishop Mack Davis Jr.; and a host of nephews, nieces, friends and church members. He also had best friend James Stanley.
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