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Eva Pearl Tims

Pearl Tims PhotoEva Pearl Tims, age 93, of Crockett, passed away Friday, October 9, 2020 in the Winfield Nursing Center. Pearl was born April 11, 1927 in Crockett to parents, Samuel Lee Blackmon and Fannie Anner Bowdoin Blackmon. She enjoyed quilting and loved to visit with family and friends. She was also a longtime member of the New Energy Baptist Church.

Pearl is survived by children, Bobby Glen Tims and wife, Helen of Crockett, Sue Wink and husband, Junior of Kennard, Olen David Tims and wife, Dorothy of Tonopah, AZ, Judy Hopson and husband, Danny of Crockett, Arthur Lee Tims and wife, Tina of Crockett, Deborah Joyce Pyle and husband, Tony of Crockett; grandchildren, Rebecca Clinkscales and husband, Sam of Crockett, Roy Tims and wife, Aliscia Deeann of Crockett, Jason Wink of Kennard, Annette Wink of Kennard, Kevin Hopson and wife, Jessica of Savannah, Larry Langford and wife, April of Grapeland, Michelle Luevanos and husband, Ezekial of Boerne, Shanna Kay Bates and husband, Chris of Rockport, Brandon Pyle and wife, Jourdan of Centerville, Brittany Bladen and husband, Gary of Centerville; 29 great-grandchildren; 4 great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and friends.  She was preceded in death by husband, Olen Tims; daughter, Eva Jean Langford and husband, Bo; grandchildren, Melissa Willford, Chris Tims, Robert Tims; parents, Samuel and Fannie Blackmon; brothers, Earl Blackmon, Johnny Blackmon, Samuel Blackmon; sisters, Gladys Blackmon, Annie Mae Beard, Fairy Lee Cooper, Sybil Ruby Beard, Mary Frances Ashley.

Funeral services for Eva Pearl Tims will be held at 11:00 Wednesday, October 14, 2020 in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow in the New Energy Cemetery. Visitation will be at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday prior to service.

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  1. We are so sorry to hear Aunt Pearl has passed. My heart is with you all. Louis and Debbie

  2. Arthur, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending condolences to you and your family.

  3. So sorry to hear of Mrs Tim’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to all her family. June & David Currie

  4. Aunt Pearl was a beautiful soul. I always enjoyed every opportunity that I had to visit with her. She was always so hospitable both emotionally and physically. During our last visit, she was her usual joyful self. She showed us pictures of family members and various things she had in her room related to the Scriptures. She showed us her greatest treasure, her Bible. She told us family stories and lifted everyone’s spirits with jokes and laughter. She talked about her love for family, and for God and His Word. As Jesus said, “It is from the overflow of the heart that the mouth speaks.” Her heart was full of love for God and others. I think she understood God’s formula for joy: J-O-Y (Jesus, others, and then yourself). She lived her life for her Lord, Jesus. She lived so much of her life for the sake of others. She was a person of prayer. Just hearing her voice put me back in touch with my own grandfather and his memory. We had a phone conversation sometime back on a Sunday morning before I went to the church to preach. We prayed over the phone and when I walked into the church that day I was encouraged and strengthened. She always thought I looked like her twin brother, my grandfather, Thomas Earl Blackmon, Sr. When my grandfather was alive he loved telling me on his birthday how he was only half of his age because he and Pearl were twins. I can imagine them reunited, both smiling from ear to ear and laughing with joy!

    Love and prayers for all of you, and I wish I was there with you as you celebrate her life and mourn our loss.

    Joshua Lee Blackmon, Sr.

  5. Rick and I are sorry to hear of to Beccas grandmother’s passing.All of you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
    Rick and Mary Majeski

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