Thomas Andre Dillworth, 46, of Federal Way, Washington, transitioned to glory on Thursday, March 31, 2022. Thomas, known as Tommy or Tee Dill by most, was the second child. He was born to Jeremiah and Debra Dillworth in Saint Louis, MO, on May 26, 1975. Tommy accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized by his grandfather, Pastor George Love. He later relocated to Seattle with his mother Debra and older brother Fredrick. Throughout Tommy’s life, his love for God was displayed through his love and devotion for his family and friends. He was handsome with the “Love eyes”, a very charming smile and full of jokes. However, all jokes were off when he beat you at the dominoes, spades, or poker table. He graduated from Rainier Beach High School and later earned certifications in Welding and as a Sous Chef from South Seattle Community College. If you have ever tasted his cooking or watched him on the grill, you know that last credential was well worth it. Tommy had his mother’s entrepreneurial spirit, helping her set up Debbie’s Snacks which operated in West Seattle for a short while. This inspired him to start many of his own businesses, including catering and selling tools and clothing. Early in his career, he worked as a Sous Chef at (restaurant) and most recently worked in one of the Boeing Hangars until the end of his life. Tommy genuinely enjoyed living life to the fullest going camping, travelling, and socializing with his friends. At family gatherings, he set the tone for fun. He attended Holy Temple Evangelistic Center. He was also the caregiver for his nephew Maleek. Thomas Dillworth is survived by his loving fiancée Natashia Wright; son Donovan Dillworth, son Brycen Dillworth and his mother Kim Corbray; brother Fredrick Montgomery and his wife Wyjuana, sister Crissandra Dillworth and her husband Curtis, sister Renita Dillworth, brother Corey Dillworth and brother Michael Dillworth and his wife Cassandra; cousins raised like sisters Syria and Nakita Banks, uncles and aunts, Jerome Love and his wife Joyce, Michael Love, George Love and his wife Stephanie; Joyce Love-Lewis and her husband Paul, nieces and nephews, Jasmyn and her husband Brian, Khiry, Tavia, Malina, Emmanuel, Brieana, Jeremiah, Isaiah, Alise, My’Aysia, Amari, Nova and Zimorra; Godchildren Dawnesha and Talea Williams, Serenity Edwards, Moses Tillman and a host of loving cousins and other family members and friends. Tommy was preceded in death by his parents, Jeremiah Dillworth and Debra Love-Milton (formerly Dillworth), uncle David Love, aunts Renee Rhoades and Barbara Love and a cousin who was raised like a brother, David Love.
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