Thomas Pinckney

Pinckney, Thomas W., Montrose, NY. Thomas William Pinckney departed this life on Friday, February 27, 2015 at the Montrose VA Medical Center, Montrose, NY. He was born to the late Andrew Morgan and Louise Thomas Pinckney in Georgetown, SC, on January 26, 1950.

Thomas graduated from Howard High School in Georgetown, SC in 1968. He attended Morris Brown College in Atlanta, GA. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corp.

Thomas is survived by seven sisters: Valdena Blye, Dorthula Drayton, Mary Rainey, Sylvia Pinckney, Azalee (Eli) Barber, Delma Pinckney, Frances (Thomas) Allen, two brothers: Andrew (Brenda) Pinckney Jr., and James Pinckney, aunt Mary Wright, and Uncle Frank (Annie) Thomas, a host of many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral Services will take place Monday, March 9, 2015 at 10:00 AM Libby Funeral Home, Inc. 55 Teller Ave. Beacon, NY

Interment will follow in Calverton National Cemetery, Calverton, NY.

Arrangements are under the direction of Jarett D. Quick of Libby Funeral Home, Inc. 55 Teller Ave. Beacon, NY 12508 (845) 831-0179

Date Of Service
Monday, March 9, 2015 at 10:00 am

Location Of Service
Libby Funeral Home, Inc.

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  1. Baxter Barber says:

    May my uncle rest in peace.

  2. Deirdre Pinckney says:

    The love that I have for my family is endless and the love for each family member is embedded deeply in my soul…I will miss my \

  3. Fran Pinckney Allen says:

    As I struggle health wise during these difficult times in our lives, it is still vital you know I have always loved you.
    Only God has our blue print and thus your calling is greater than what anyone can comprehend.
    My prayer is simply that God will have you continually rest in peace until he reunites you with mom and dad (Lou and Red)

  4. Gloria Mosley says:

    Dear Pinckney family,
    I\’d like to express my deep sorrow and regrets for your loss even though we don\’t know each other because this enemy death shows no mercy and brings nothing but much grief and pain which I felt when it took my entire family but I\’d like to share how I received hope and comfort. I found this in what Jehovah Gods word says at John5:28,29 there Jesus states we\’ll see our love ones again because he\’s bringing them back in the resurrection. Also at Isaiah25:8 we\’re told this enemy death will be swallowed up forever. I also found much encouragement and comfort at the website jw.org and I\’m truly hoping you will also in some way find the same for this is my purpose in sharing this with you and please know I do share your grief.
    Sincerely, GMosley

  5. Greg Bennett says:

    Dear Pinckney Family,

    Commander Ed Jayroe and the members of the Andrews Post 69 of the American Legion will remember Thomas in the Opening Prayers of our next meeting. We consider all veterans to be our brothers in arms, may Thomas rest in peace in the care of our Lord. He now is at rest among many heroes in a beautiful national cemetery. God Bless you.
    greg bennett
    Adjutant
    Andrews,SC
    The American Legion

  6. Maryann Powell Turner says:

    My deepest condolences and love are with the family at this time. When Aunt Dot called me and told me the news, I became filled with memories from Howard and being at Grandma Lou\’s house many years ago. Blessed be to all. Sincerely, Tootie.

  7. Mary Greene Blake says:

    As you celebrate the life of Thomas, please know that my heart felt sympathy is with you. I will forever remember Thomas\’ legacy of love, compassion, and friendship. His life and priceless personality gave us beautiful memories that will ALWAYS live in our hearts. Please find comfort and consolation in the words of Jesus: \

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