We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hamilton's Funeral Home
On January 19, 1996, Devonte Rayquan George was born to Willie Ray George and the late Lizzie Stephens George in Walterboro, South Carolina.
As a kid he liked to go fishing and playing video games. He kept a smile on his face and loved his family and friends.
As a kid, Devonte grew up hanging around Hamilton's Funeral Home and later as a young man he became a very important part of the staff.
Growing up Devonte attended Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
He received his education from Forest Hill Elementary, Colleton County Middle and graduating class of 2014 from Colleton County High School. After high school DeVonte further his education and skills at Palmetto Training Inc. in Walterboro where he received his welding certification.
In 2017 Devonte became a proud father to his son, Devonte (DJ) George Jr.
He was preceded in the death by his mother, Lizzie Stephens George.
On May 30, 2022 Devonte transitioned to eternal rest.
He leaves to cherish his memories his loving son Devonte George Jr. (DJ), his father Willie Ray George (Cindy), his aunt that reared him Ruth George, his loving brother Deshawn George (Jasmine), his loving sisters Renolder Murray, Jessica Varner (Mario), Rachael Bazzle, Tanisha Griffin (Shawn). Aunts, Eartha Lee Chisolm (Oscar) Louretta Johnson, Jenette Mosley, Netha Mae Stephens, Etta Mae Sumpter, Gwendolyn George, Janice George, Uncles Leon Stephens (Adlene), Willie Stephens (Vonnetta), Lawson George (Ruth Ann), Thomas George, Ugene Donaldson; one grand Aunt Nancy Milton seven nieces, and three nephews, his loving, cousins, family and friends. A special cousin Marie Thompson and a special Friend Raven.
Please keep the George family in your prayers.
ATTENTION: Due to the COVID- 19 virus pandemic and in the effort to help stop the spread of the Virus. Walk through viewing only and please remember that face masks must be worn at all times as you enter funeral home and service. We will only allow a certain number of individuals inside the funeral home at one time. Please, remember to keep your distance as much as possible, and wash and sanitize your hands. Thank you for your cooperation and with helping us to do our part in stopping the spread of the Virus.
Please leave the Family a note of Condolence, light a candle of remembrance, or order a floral remembrance piece. Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. And whether I go ye know, and the way ye know. John 14:1-4