Stevie Thompson

Stevie Lee Thompson

Sunday June 19, 1966 - Saturday October 26, 2019
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Mr. Stevie Lee Thompson, 53, of Piedmont, South Carolina, passed on Saturday, October 26, 2019, at Prisma Health Upstate. He was a son of the late Robert William Thompson, Jr., and Annie Mae Williams Thompson.

He was employed at Chanticleer Golf Course. He was a member of St.Matthew Baptist Church, where he participated as a Youth Sunday School teacher and was a Youth Basketball Coach.

He was preceded in death by one brother, Earnest B. Thompson.

Left to cherish many fond and loving memories are his fiancé, Tracy Robinson of the home; two sisters, Min. Diane (Eddie) Posey and Min. Audrey (Min. Ted) Anderson, both of Greenville, SC; three brothers, Freddie Thompson, Dea. Jerome Thompson and Otis (Meredith) Thompson, all of Greenville, SC; one aunt, Margaret Theresa Johnson of Due West, SC; four grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Saturday November 2, 2019 | 11:00am
    Saturday November 2, 2019 11:00am
    Watkins, Garrett & Woods Mortuary
    1011 Augusta Street
    GREENVILLE, SC 29605
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  • Interment

    Resthaven Memorial Gardens
    Piedmont Highway
    PIEDMONT, SC 29673
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Virgil Cannon

Posted at 10:48pm
Stevie and I were childhood friends. He was by far the most unforgettable person. He had a spirit about him that was so kindred that you had to like him. I was blessed to share the stage with him during our high school talent show in 1984. We rapped the hip-hop song, "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five. Stevie loved Rapp Music and he would carry his jam box with him everywhere he would go, always ready to bust a rhyme on que for anyone who would ask with absolutely no shame. God has a soldier and a warrior standing at his side. He will be dearly missed. RIP my friend! I will see you again. My most sincere & heartfelt condolences to the Thompson family for their loss, as I also knew them well.

The Tree of Life E&M Baptist Church-Family

Posted at 09:45am
Tracy, Praying that God's grace will bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead. We are praying for you & the family during this difficult time.
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Tom Thomas

Posted at 07:34am
Stevie was a true friend of mine we have been through everything together, he was like a brother to me we rapped together, played on the same sports teams, did mechanical work but most of all we prayed together and told each other that we loved each other. This was a true man of god and a legend from the Sterling community.

Patrick Daniels

Posted at 09:23pm

Well, there are no words, I know heart's wound is fresh however please understand, time is the healer.
Nevertheless, I consider it a privilege to know Stevie. In life there are people you’re glad to see come and some you’re glad to see go however, Stevie was the type you would like to see come and stay a while.
If you listened, he had a lot of wisdom and he didn’t mind sharing it. When strength is usually found numbers, Stevie’s strength came from within.
When you sit back and think about Stevie, you think of a self-made man that gave the way he expected to receive.
He was a positive influence for the youth of St. Matthew Church, not only in teaching but his optimistic interaction and demeanor.
He was a man that when adversity arose, he faced it head on. He was dedicated, resourceful, determined, an achiever against all odds, a commander of respect.
He was a fun person to be with, tasteful, understanding, loving and giving. He had a wonderful wit and an infectious laugh!
He loved God and his creation. Love never dies because his love now lives where he planted it...right in the hearts of so many. Hold out and hold on to each other. He will be missed immensely!!

God Bless You All !
Patrick J. Daniels

April Harris Posted at 11:13pm

My friend Steve I have no words because my heart is so heavy right now. We been through a lot thick and thin aleays treated me with upmost respect and love. Oh my God we use to laugh and cry together because this thing call life. Steve loved to dance and love his old school music. You will be truly missed and I will miss your call when I come across your mind. I was so proud of you and what you have accomplished. You loved your future wife and how you talked about how you loved her and wanted to marry her. My prayers are with your family. I love and miss you my friend. Love Apri Harris and Family😥😥😥😥

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