Daisy Dean Tims – 1956-2021

Daisy Dean Tims – 1956-2021

Daisy Dean Tims of Solon, Ohio, transitioned to paradise on Tuesday, August 17, 2021.

Daisy was preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Lonnie Sue Dean; her beloved son, Enoch Tims, III; her husband, the love of her life, Enoch Tims Jr.; and her brothers-in-law, Darrell Tims
and Joel Williams.

Surviving Daisy is her devoted daughter, Whitney P. Horton (LaKeon); and her grandchildren, AhJamari, Jayson, and Zoë; her cherished sisters, Beverly Thomas (Billy); Peggy Williams; Floy Etta Scott (Kenneth); Pam Tims; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and sorority sisters. Daisy will also be remembered by the many students whose lives were touched by her.

Walk-through visitation will be held August 27, 2021, from 12-6 p.m.at Ruffin and Jarrett Funeral Home Chapel, 1200 Chester Street, Little Rock, AR 72202. The Delta Sigma Theta Omega-Omega Service will be held Saturday, August 28, at 10 a.m. followed by a Homegoing Service at 11 a.m., at Greater Second Baptist Church, 5616 Geyer Springs Road, Little Rock, AR 72209. Interment will follow at Haven of Rest Cemetery.

Livestream of services HERE.


10 thoughts on “Daisy Dean Tims – 1956-2021”

  • My Dearest friend and my very first BFF I am missing you tremendously! And my heart is broken! But knowing that you are with the LORD, Enoch, Trey and Mr. and Mrs. Dean gives me solace!

    May I extend my most sincere heartfelt condolences to to the family!

  • To the family of Daisy Tims, someone I have known for a very, very long time, you have my very deepest sympathy. Although she is no longer with us her life and legacy will live on in those whose lives she touched.

  • We will miss Daisy’s big smile and big personality ! She was my Soror and James classmate (LRCH class of ‘’75) and we loved her dearly. We brought in the new Millenium (21st century ) together looking forward to the future. Whitney, you have strong will , fortitude and a true identity inside you! Know that you were her joy! May God keep you during this time. Best always , James & Pamela Jenkins, Snellville, GA

  • My condolences to the family and friends of Daisy Dean Tims, I pray God provides comfort to those of us grieving Daisy’s loss. Daisy was a well loved and respected LRCH 1975 Classmate. Peace be unto you Daisy. as you join the ranks of your son, husband, and parents.

  • To the family of Daisy Dean. Daisy was just like her picture , always pleasant when she was around you. You’ll have good memories of Daisy and you will feel so loved and inside. God is always there for the family. Lean on him .

    Sincerely
    Vickie Stewart

  • My sincere condolences to the family of Daisy Dean Tims. I knew her name before I met her, she was always gregarious, shining brightly everywhere you would see her. We had a long journey together, from junior high, high school, college and work at SWBT. I am one of many who loved her for the kind and loving person she was. I pray you all take solace in the memories you have. May God’s favor bless you now and always.

  • To the Family of Daisy Dean Timms. I am so sorry for your loss as well as mine. Daisy was a classmate of mine and we graduated together in 1975. She was a beautiful person and always had a pleasant personality. She was loved I know by lots of her classmates and will be missed dearly. Family Stay Strong in the Lord and He will comfort You.
    Sincerely, Shirley Robinson Thompson

  • To The Family of My Classmate/Friend…
    My heartfelt prayers go out to you! I Pray God’s Peace and Comfort Be With Each of you.
    I Know Why The Sun Was Brighter Today…. That Beautiful Smile of Yours Daisy is Breaking Through To Let Us Know You are Home! Will Miss You!!✨💜

  • So sorry to hear of the passing of Daisy Tims, my beloved Soror. I have such fond memories of Daisy and her mother, my first Principal at Stephens Incentive School. Please know that I will keep the Tims family in my thoughts and prayers.

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