Many people view death in a negative way but if you believe in God and know that God's holy words never changes, you would understand that man born of a woman will surely die. Death is beautiful because it is our passageway back to the Father. And God will wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying. Neither shall there be any more pain. For the former things are passed away. (Revelation: 21:4)
Today, we realize that God Almighty knows best, even when the decision that He makes, doesn’t always seem to be the best for those that we leave behind. Mr. James “Roachie” Bing was the son of the late Rosa Brown Bing. He was born January 30, 1949 in Hampton County, South Carolina. He departed this life on Friday, January 25, 2019 at Hampton Regional Medical Center in Varnville, South Carolina. At an early age, he joined the United House of Prayer For All People. He attended Estill Training School, Estill, South Carolina.
He was preceded in death: by his mother, Rosa Brown Bing; five sisters, Shirley Bing, Catherine Bing, Jannie Bing, Gail Flournoy, and Ada English, all of Estill, South Carolina; a special and devoted friend, Albertha Brown, Varnville, South Carolina.
He leaves to cherish his loving memories: three sons, Darian, Kenny and James Bing Jr., all of Florida; one brother, Joe (Sarah) Bing, Varnville, South Carolina; two special aunts who loved him dearly, Elizabeth Garvin and Gloria Smalls both of Estill, South Carolina; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He also leaves a special lifetime friend, Mary Grant, Estill, South Carolina.