OBITUARY

Justin Anthony Needham

August 27, 1982April 10, 2018

NEEDHAM, Justin Anthony, 35, of Ruskin, FL, passed away on April 10, 2018. Born in Tampa, FL, he was a retired Hillsborough County Deputy Sheriff, was a member of the West Broad Street Baptist Church, enjoyed fishing, hunting, diving, but mostly spending time with his family and friends. He served his community for 13 years before retiring to spend time with his children to attend all their sporting events. Justin was a huge Tampa Bay Buccaneer's fan and an avid Florida Gators fan. Justin was many things to many people but his favorite role was being a dad. He is predeceased by his maternal grandfather Fred Bennett and is survived by his wife Shawna Needham, sons Ryken and Ayven, daughter Leikyn, parents Thomas & Catherine Needham and sister Lacy. Visitation will be Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 1:00 pm, with funeral service at 2:00 pm, both at Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. Flowers will be accepted or donations can be made in Justin's name to Largo Medical Center at 201 14th St. SW, Largo, FL 33770 or One Blood at 1680 S. Missouri Avenue, Clearwater, FL 33756.

  • FAMILY

  • Fred Bennett, Grandfather
  • Shawna Needham, Wife
  • Ryken Needham, Son
  • Ayven Needham, Son
  • Leikyn Needham, Daughter
  • Thomas Needham, Father
  • Catherine Needham, Mother
  • Lacy Needham, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 17, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 17, 2018
REMEMBERING

Justin Anthony Needham

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Clayton Partridge

September 15, 2018

We are so proud of the man that our great nephew, Justin Needham grew up to be. He was for certain his dad all over again. Easy going father, husband, son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin as well as friend and without fail, steady and solid as a rock. Steady and solid as a rock also defines Justin as a child growing up playing his game of baseball. Always the ultimate sportsman. When injury interrupted baseball aspirations he then decided to enter the increasingly dangerous field of law enforcement serving and protecting us in the county.
Again, We are so very proud to call this man our nephew.
Clayton and Nancy Partridge

Jonathan Rodriguez

April 17, 2018

To my best friend, Justin, we shared so many memories bud I can’t just pick one. But I can say you were my Brother and I love you. Your body may be a bit tired but we still have you in our hearts. Justin, I couldn’t have asked for any better friend, you always had my back, as I had yours. I know you are in heaven watching over us just waiting for us to come home. I will never forget our time together as best friends and will cherish all the memories we have. I love you, bro and can’t wait until the day I see you again, my brother.

Simon Family

April 15, 2018

Our condolences to Justin's family members and friends. May you be comforted by the Bible's assurance that Jehovah God will restore life to those who have died, in the future. ( Acts 24: 15 )

Jeremiah Lavine

April 15, 2018

Justin was a great young man and was always a great influence on my younger brothers. From our times hanging out at the house to the big get together at Islands of adventure, we always had great times. I do wish we could of hung out more as time went by. Congrats on your wonderful journey in life. From your family to the way you always helped out others , my friend you created a great legacy that will never be forgotten.
Love you brother,
-Jeremiah

Aunt Debbie Lawrence

April 13, 2018

Justin around 14 in Roanoke VA, riding our horse Major .

Marie Bower

April 13, 2018

Taking care of Justin was one of the greatest honors I could ever have. From the first time we met and we instantly bonded. He was a great father, husband, son, brother, friend and listening to the stories Everyone shared were amazing. He and his family are constantly in my thoughts ❤️

Aunt beverly Brantley

April 13, 2018

I will always remember Justin for his tender heart.. as he cared for his children and cooked many meals for my sister (his mother in Law). He was always kind and gentle with her and tried to make her comfortable as she fought het battle with cancer.
He was a gentleman and will be missed in a world where gentlemen are few and far between. RIP Justin
. Love aunt Beverly

FROM THE FAMILY