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Darold Connell Halliburton
October 30, 1976 ~ September 9, 2023 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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Darold Connell Halliburton was born on October 30, 1976, in Dyersburg, Tennessee, to the late Lerlie Glynn Halliburton and Willie Halliburton. Darold was educated in the Lauderdale County School System and graduated from Halls High School, in 1994. During his high school years, you could find him on the football field on Friday nights playing the sport he loved or at every basketball game cheering for his team. He was known to his classmates as “Heavy D” and later he became known to the community as “Phatty Hatty”. Darold professed a belief in Jesus Christ at an early age and joined Trinity Church, in Gates, Tennessee, where he served as a choir member and usher. After a 24-year battle with trauma, depression, and addiction, Darold reconnected with Jesus Christ and rededicated his life back to God, in 2018. He established a new life in Jackson, Tennessee, and joined Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Sharon Lewis-Karamoko on October 22, 2022. He publicly professed his renewed covenant to God and was baptized on November 20, 2022. Darold loved his pastor and the Wesley Chapel Church Family. He was a dedicated member. He attended Sunday School and morning worship faithfully. He helped serve during community events and church activities. Darold was also dedicated to serving the less fortunate and homeless community, in Jackson, Tennessee, by volunteering at RIFA daily. He was voted RIFA Volunteer of the Year, in 2022. He was a mentor and a brother to the men at the Oxford House, in Jackson. He loved serving people and sharing the love of Jesus Christ with them. He shared his testimony with others, and he was not afraid to tell everyone how good God had been to him! Darold’s genuine heart and encouraging words left a mark on all those he encountered. His favorite saying, “God is good all the time, and all the time God is good” will ring in our hearts forever.
Darold departed this life on September 9, 2023, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital. He was preceded in death by his mother, Lerlie Glynn Halliburton, and his twin brother, Harold Cornelious Halliburton.
He leaves to cherish his memory: a son, Isiah Halliburton, of Ripley, TN; three sisters: LaKenia (James) Jones, of Gates, TN, Stephanie (Quentin) Bonds, of Halls, TN, and Edith Halliburton, of Kansas City, MO; two brothers: Willie Halliburton, of Portland, OR, and Willie Spivey, of Halls, TN; his father, Willie Halliburton, of Halls, TN; three uncles: Willie (Carrie) Glynn, of Memphis, TN, Terry (Theresa) Glynn and Sammie Halliburton, both of Halls, TN; five aunts: Barbara Glynn, of Indianapolis, IN, Anna Glynn, of Radcliff, KY, Dorothy Halliburton, of Gates, TN, and Daisy Sims and Early Williams, both of Halls, TN, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.