Mr. William “Mike” Deaderick, age 60, Jonesborough, passed away Thursday, August 29, 2019 at his residence.
Mr. Deaderick was born in Johnson City and the son of the late William Byrd & Velma Houston Deaderick.
He was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Deaderick worked at Auto Electric.
Survivors include his life-partner of 43 years, Bonnie Hensley, Jonesborough; son, William Matthew Deaderick; daughter, Michelle Esterline; step-daughter, Melanie Hensley; step-son, Joey Hensley; sisters, Deborah Deaderick Cloyd and Patricia Deaderick Garland; grandchildren, Callie Yelton, Natalie Vosburg, James Esterline, Joseph Esterline and Kayden Esterline; special aunt, Nellie Smith; and several nephews and nieces.
Funeral services will be conducted 3:00 pm Sunday, September 1, 2019 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 1:00-3:00 pm Sunday prior to service. Interment services will follow at Bethesda Cemetery, 4659 Cherokee Rd. Jonesborough, TN 37659.
Pallbearers will be Hobie Arrowood, Robert Jones, Tim Silvers, Russell McCurry, Tyler Christianson and Randal Miller. Honorary pallbearers will be Keith Kyker, Wayne Scott, Rodney Ramsey, Rob Cole and Larry Gregg.
Memorial donations may be made to Bethesda United Methodist Church 4659 Cherokee Rd. Jonesborough, TN 37659.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Janice Ruth Houston Bailey
|This sudden loss of Mike is very difficult. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with all who are hurting now. May the living God, the God of all comfort, comfort each one of you now and in the days ahead.|
|We are so saddened to hear about Mike's death. My
daughter worked with him at Auto Electric and
every day she worked she would get him a pals tea
and frenchie fry. We will pray for all the family
and friends and please remember my daughter too
in your prayers as she is having a hard time with
the loss. God bless all the family and may God
give you comfort.
Mike and angela Cameron |
|I remember the cherry tree around the corner of your mom & dad's house where we would sneak and get the cherries. God bless you and RIP cousin.
Greg Deaderick (Arthur Dale Deaderick's son)|
||Sandra Kyker Holt
|Sending our heartfelt sympathy to the entire
Deaderick family. My Dad, James Kyker, really
appreciated all of the help and repairs that
Mike did for him on the farm. He felt so
relieved when Mike came to help him. I know my
brother, Jim, will miss him as someone he could
count on. God uses so many people to bless our
lives and Mike had a special assignment which
he filled. You all are in our thoughts and
prayers. (I am under the weather and will not
be at the funeral home but you will be on my
mind) May God Bless, Sandra Kyker Holt|
||Jennifer Cloyd Tipton
|I know I love you Uncle Mike.And I will miss
seeing you at work when I go there to deliver
parts and passing you on the road and waving to
one another.I will always remember good times that
we all had together. Family is very important in
this Life .We often take it for granted.We
sometimes say and do hurtful things to one another
out of anger or pride. Things that can't be unsaid
or undone.Then we regret having said or done
things. I hope you knew how well thought of you
were by so many people and that you were loved.
Love Always your niece Jennifer |
||Junior,Sam ,Kitty Houston & Mark Haselden
|Mike will be greatly missed by us! Hoping peace
for all the family at this sad time .Hugs and love
to you all !|
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