Mr. Yusof Lettes Youmans was born February 7, 1973 to Mrs. Gloria Dean Washington and Mr. Charles Stevens, Jr.
“TC” as he was affectionately known grew up and began his early education in Hardeeville, South Carolina where he graduated in 1991 from Jasper County High School.
TC had a passionate love of basketball and because of his love his nephew, Tranard caught hold and is soon to graduate from a four year college and to start at Southern Wesleyan University on a 2nd full scholarship. He was gifted with the ability to do Landscaping and to cut hair soon to open his own business called “Total Confusion Glory Cuts”
He was introduced to Christ at an early age, where he joined St. Stephens Baptist Church. TC was a man of great faith, he loved people, loved to joke with family and friends and dance even though he had no rhythm. TC loved to enjoy life.
Sadly on Friday, April 12, 2019, God sent his Angel to carry him home. He will forever be missed by everyone who knew and loved him.
He leaves to cherish his memory: four sons, Mr. Kenyatta E. Austin of Buffalo, NY, Trusef L. Youmans of Bluffton, SC, Jarod Barnwell of Ridgeland, SC and Ta’jah of Bluffton, SC; parents, Ms. Gloria Dean Washington of Hardeeville, SC and Mr. Charles Stevens of Savannah, GA; two brothers, Lucius A. Washington of Hardeeville, SC and Jimmy Bacon (Paula) of Savannah, GA; one sister, Toniqua Williams-Sims (Lance) of Hardeeville, SC; four nephews, James (Janay) Williams, Sammy Chisolm, Tranard Ferrell, Jr. and Jimmy Bacon, Jr.; two grandnephews, Miguel Williams and Sammy Chisolm, III; five nieces, Taris Williams, Traniqua Williams, Tranay Williams, Jasmine Bacon and Jaylen Bacon; two grandnieces, Jaylyn Williams and Samiya Chisolm; seven aunts, Ms. Edna Mae Rivers (Curtis) of Hardeeville, SC, Edna Elizabeth Stevens, Helene Stevens, Cynthia Stevens, Diane Stevens, Alfreida Stevens of Savannah, GA; uncles, Mr. Jerome Washington (Maxine) of Hardeeville, SC, Mr. Dennis Stevens, Mr. Nathaniel Stevens, Mr. John Henry Stevens of Savannah, GA; grand uncle, James Kelly (Bernice) of Hardeeville, SC; along with a host of cousins, friends and love ones.