The Bible tells us that we are all pilgrims traveling through this world, and earth was never meant to be our permanent home. The pilgrimage of life for Tamia Green began in Orangeburg, South Carolina on December 13, 1999, when God blessed Valarie Sanders and Demetrius Green with an amazing, unique child. God saw that her life on earth was complete, so he sent his angels to Savannah, Georgia on March 22, 2021, to return his gift to her Heavenly home. Our hearts are broken into many pieces, and it is almost impossible to imagine life without Tamia, but we must accept God’s decision.
Tamia was a member of Thompson Chapel CME Church. She attended elementary and middle school in Estill, South Carolina and was a 2019 graduate of Beach High School, Savannah, Georgia. She was currently employed by Federal Express. Mia, as she was affectionally called, had a radiant smile that naturally brought light to whomever she was around. There were many things that brought joy to her life, but she loved shopping, sneakers, cooking, and playing with her dogs, Skylar and Charlie. Most individuals will always remember her as a true jokester who loved making people laugh. Her biggest aspiration was to become a truck driver.
Tamia was preceded in death by a sister, Sinyah Housey, and her grandmother, Barbara Ann Green.
Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him: but I will maintain mine own ways before him. Job 13:15
She leaves to cherish her precious memories: parents, Valarie Sanders and Demetrius Green; two special loved ones, Cedric Housey and Shakeem Singleton; sisters, Timmesha Bostick and T’Nasha Green of Savannah, GA and Demetria Francis of New York; brothers, Rashaad Francis of New York, Terrence Francis of Savannah, GA, Henry Williams of Estill, SC, and Shyhiem Green of Estill, SC; grandmother, Cordelia Roberts of Savannah, GA; grandfathers, Morris Smalls of Atlantic City, NJ and Min. David L. Wilson, Sr., (Judy) of Garnett, SC; special heartbeat, Master Teagan Nehemiah Green; special friend, Jazmyne Murray; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Due to the current state of (COVID-19) pandemic and in order to promote social distancing, as ordered by the Governor for the State of South Carolina, anyone entering the funeral home for viewing; as well as attending all graveside services must wear a mask. We will also limit the number of persons allowed to enter the funeral home at any given period during the viewing process. We ask that you leave the premise upon exiting the building. The family is most appreciative to each of you for your prayers and considerations during this difficult time in their lives
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