Thomas Wayne Causey, “PAW”, born March 3, 1955 to Anne Causey, who preceded him in death. Wayne married Karen L. Andrews on December 17, 2001. He worked Pipeliners Union 798, United Association from November 4, 1974 to April 1, 2015. Wayne was a very hard worker and loved Jehovah and his family. No matter what state he was working in, he could always find a Kingdom Hall close by.
Wayne’s life was not without purpose. He learned to love the Creator of life and dedicated his life to Jehovah on July 15, 1987. He lived a life of devotion and dedication, preaching and teaching the truth he had come to love to all whom he would come in contact with. Wayne was always present in the ministry and an example to his family.
Wayne leaves to cherish his memories to his wife, Karen Causey, his daughter Tanya Roden, one granddaughter, Megan Jones (Tae), one grandson Ethan Lane Roden (My Little Buddy), one great-grandson Kingston Levi Roden (Levy Boy), and a host of loving relatives, spiritual family, and friends.
Rev. 21:4 “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.”
When you were alive, our love for you was never disguised. When you were alive, your front door was always open. When you were alive, our eyes were opened wide. When you were alive, our ears were not deprived. When you were alive, your advice was true, strong, and always stern. When you were alive, your advice was like a token and never meant to be broken. When you were alive, our secrets were never broken. When you were alive, our wisdom grew far and wide. When you were alive, our family was whole and tough like stone. When you were alive, we were never alone. When you were alive, life was much more divine. Now that you are gone, I know when I get to Kingdom’s Gate, it will always be open.