We regret to announce the passing of John Roger Phiniezy, 65, of Jamestown, SC who entered into eternal rest on Thursday, August 6, 2020.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the family will not be receiving guests at their residence. The family appreciates all of the calls, texts, cards, support and most of all for understanding. Please continue to keep the Phiniezy family in your prayers.
Life Reflections of Mr. John Roger Phiniezy
John Roger Phiniezy affectionately called “Dee Dee” was born January 5, 1955 Jackson, South
Carolina to the late Henderson Phiniezy, Sr. and Dorothy Williamson Phiniezy. He departed this
life on Thursday, August 6, 2020 Jamestown, South Carolina.
John was baptized at Bean Pond Missionary Baptist Church in Jackson, South Carolina. John
attended Aiken County Public Schools and was a graduate of Martha Schofield High School.
John was a “Jack of All Trades” who could repair a car or literally build a house from the
ground up. He was also an accomplished photographer.
He is preceded in death by two sisters, Lorraine P. Williams and Belinda Elaine Phiniezy; one
brother Lucious Eugene Phiniezy; two aunts Carrie Doe and Ada Mae Roberson.
He is survived by two sons Travis (Alicia M) Phiniezy and Jamie Phiniezy of Augusta, Georgia;
one daughter Christia (Brandon) Sinclair two brothers, Charlie Dunbar of Newark, New Jersey
and Henderson (Loretta) Phiniezy, Jr of Beech Island, SC; three sisters, Ernesteene (Samuel)
Baldwin and Carolyn (Robert) Neal both of Aiken, SC; Christeene (Christopher) Mitchell of
Augusta, GA.; one great aunt, Ada McDaniel of Aiken, SC; a special niece Vanessa Phiniezy
Henderson of Jacksonville, FL; and a God Brother, Dexter Fordham of Jamestown, SC; Ten
grandchildren: Travis T. Phiniezy, Tykell K. Phiniezy, Tehran K. Phiniezy all of Augusta, GA, and
Jaden D. Phiniezy of Aiken, SC, Ka’Liah Brown, Ft. Leonardwood, MI; Kai’Lah Dennis, Na’Miaya
Brown, Ny’Eem Richardson, Na’Jyis Richardson, and E’Yan Richardson all of Moncks Corner, SC
and a host of other loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
God saw the road was getting rough and the hill was hard to climb, he gently closed
his loving eyes and whispered “Peace be Thine”. The weary hours, the days of pain,
the sleepless nights have passed, the ever patient worn out frame has found sweet
rest at last.
THE FAMILY WANTS TO SINCERELY THANK YOU ALL FOR LOVING AND CARING FOR HIM.
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