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Tommie Leroy McCausley

May 14, 1965 — September 18, 2019

Tommie Leroy McCausley went to be with his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. Born on May 14, 1965 in Petersburg, WV, he was the son of Linda (Raines) McCausley of Moorefield and the late Leroy McCausley.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Calvin “Elwood” & Anna (Hefner) Raines, paternal grandparents Tommie & Pauline (Raynor) McCausley, uncles William “Duke” Raines and Wayne McCausley, daughter-in-law Stephanie Bible McCausley, and nephew Michael Dove.

Tommie is survived by his High School sweatheart of 37 years and loving wife of almost 34 years Phyllis Sue (Srout) McCausley; four sons Tommie Leroy II (Rosa), Christopher Ryan, Cory Aaron, and Eric Annan; four grandchildren Olivia Bible, Jacob McCausley, Callen McCausley, and Aubriauna Marquess; one brother William “Grump” McCausley (Rachel); two sisters Tammy Miller (Jimmy) and Patty Fazenbaker (Bernie); uncles Calvin “Bob” & Juanita Raines and Tommy & Peggy McCausley (Suffolk, VA); childhood friends Jay White and Ronnie “Flash” Crites along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Tommie graduated from Moorefield High School in 1983. While in school, he was employed at Hawse Food Land and after graduating started his employment at Hester Industries where he worked for 20+ years. In 2003, he began his employment with American Woodmark Moorefield Plant and later moved to the American Woodmark South Branch Plant. Tommie had a strong love for his family and friends and was, in return, loved by so many in the community. Tommie never met a stranger and always had a helping hand.

Tommie’s favorite thing to do, other than be with his loved one’s, was to break out his DJ equipment and entertain. Throughout the area he was known as DJ TMAC and rarely ever a musician, song, or lyric, Tommie didn’t know and he had a love for music like no other. Throughout his life Tommie enjoyed roller skating and was a drummer for many different local bands including Zodiac, Common Sense, The Keplinger’s Blue Grass Band, among many more. He was a diehard Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Baltimore Orioles fan and collected many different baseball caps.

To quote Tommie “We all just need to get along.”

One of his favorite Bible quotes “Faith, Hope, and Love and the greatest of these is Love.” 1 Cor. 13:13.

Funeral Services will be conducted 2:00 PM Sunday, September 22, 2019 at the Fraley Funeral Home Chapel, 107 Washington Street with Pastors Scottie Riggleman, Jack Bosley, Jack Turner and Rick Bergdoll officiating. Private Interment will follow services. The family will receive friends from 4 – 8 PM Saturday at the funeral home.

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Saturday, September 21, 2019

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Sunday, September 22, 2019

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