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November 10, 1970 ~ January 1, 2024 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11
Tommy Albert Andre Carmichael, passed away and gained his golden wings on Monday, January 1, 2024.
He was born the third child of eleven children to JoAnn Carmichael Latiker and the late Tommy Carmichael on November 10, 1970 in Jackson, MS.
Tommy was baptized and chose his savior to be Jesus Christ in the earlier years of his life, at Damascus M.B. Church, where he continued to serve as an active usher member. He was dedicated and devoted to his call of duty for the Lord until he transitioned this life.
He received his education at Thomastown Attendance Center with the graduating class of 1989. He began his profession as a concrete finisher for Yates Construction Company of Jackson, MS for countless years until his health declined. Although his health declined, he still continued to work when possible. He was a family man, a very warm and gracious person with an extreme subtle and sharp mind.
Tommy who was affectionately known as Pop, was later referred to as Tommy P. Carmichael, as he would say the "P" stands for "Papa Smurf". His hobbies included farming, helping others, four wheelers, dancing, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Those who transitioned this life before him includes his father; Tommy Carmichael, and two brothers; Omar Carmichael and Joe Kilo Carmichael.
He leaves to treasure his memories his mother; JoAnn Carmichael Latiker, Five sisters; Rosie Hutchins (Willie), Manervia Waters (Will), Nigh Ruby Carmichael Black, Liz Banks (Charles), and Shani Quinn (Ramon). Six brothers; James Carmichael (Patricia), William Carmichael (Debra), Herbert Carmichael (Katonya), Harry Boyd, Walter Boyd, and Frank-Jack Taylor, many nieces, nephews, family, friends and a host of friends that he considered as family.
Pop will be remembered for the genuine love, laughter, and joy that he brought into our lives. It will never fade from our hearts.