Eric Steven Westfield – Obituary

by Lynn McMillen
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Mr. Eric Steven Westfield, 52, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, at his home.
Also known as “Tough,” and “Eric the Great (ETG),” he was born Aug. 23, 1960, to the late Kathryn Rogers Westfield and Jonath Waddie Westfield in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Eric attended Kirkman High School in Chattanooga and was accepted into the power operations training program at the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant. He spent his 30-year career as an instructor, a shift manager and a senior reactor operator before retiring in 2008.
Eric loved the Lord. He was a faithful servant who never failed to help someone in need. He was a dedicated deacon at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church and volunteered for a number of activities. Eric also was blessed with many wonderful and dedicated friends who stood by his side until the end of his life.
Eric’s memory will always live through those who loved him. He leaves behind his wife, Dihanne; children, Rajaunnda Gandy (Ricky), Erick Mathis (Bonnie). Ambre Brown Morley (Sean), Tanyesha Westfield. Erica Sullivan (Michael), and Meyori Brown; and a god-daughter, Katrina. Eric shared a special bond with his identical twin brother, Derick (Angie), and was extremely close to his brothers, David Westfield (Teralene), Danny Westfield (Tina), Andre R. Massengile and Jason C. Massengile (Michelle).
Eric, along with Dihanne, had a host of grandchildren, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and close friends.
Visitation with the family will be 6-8 p.m. Monday at Thompson and Son Funeral Home, Florence.
Funeral services for Mr. Westfield will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, Florence, with the Rev. Trevor Crenshaw officiating,
The body will be placed in the church one hour prior.
Burial will be in Tri-Cities Memorial Gardens.
Thompson and Son Funeral Home, Florence, directing.

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