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Tina Denise O'Steen

November 8, 1955July 29, 2020
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O’Steen, Tina Denise, 64, went home to be with our lord and savior on July 29, 2020. Tina is survived by her husband, Lloyd R. “Randy” O’Steen; three daughters, Kimberly Oleneack, (Sandy), Amanda Murray, and Rebecca Mt. Pleasant; grandchildren, Rylin Mt. Pleasant, Ashlynn Mt. Pleasant and Serenity Pannell; brother, Rick Watts, (Monica); loving aunt, Cynthia Ross, (Chris); niece, Christina Riggs, (Billy); nephew, Joey Watts, (Krystal); and step-children, Randall O’Steen (Jennifer), Dia Mattern (Jeff), William O’Steen (Jodi), and Joseph O’Steen. Tina was born in Statesville, North Carolina on November 8, 1955 to Claude and Marlene Watts (Moses), deceased. Predeceased in death by her uncle, Bud Watts; aunt, Mary Watts; uncle, Tony Watts; and dear uncle, William “Bill” Watts. She retired from Gulf Marine Repair, Tampa in April where she was the Purchasing Manager. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and mother to her dogs, Gemma and Jackson. She touched many, many lives and will be greatly missed. Our lives will never be the same without Tina in it. A funeral service will take place at 1pm on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home of Brandon, Florida; family will receive guests from 11am to 1pm. Service will be livestreamed through www.HillsboroMemorial.com or you can copy the link below. https://www.facebook.com/HillsboroughMemorial/videos/735205537025009/

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  • Tina is survived by her husband, Lloyd R. “Randy” O’Steen; three daughters, Kimberly Oleneack, (Sandy), Amanda Murray, and Rebecca Mt. Pleasant; grandchildren, Rylin Mt. Pleasant, Ashlynn Mt. Pleasant and Serenity Pannell; brother, Rick Watts, (Monica); loving aunt, Cynthia Ross, (Chris); niece, Christina Riggs, (Billy); nephew, Joey Watts, (Krystal); and step-children, Randall O’Steen (Jennifer), Dia Mattern (Jeff), William O’Steen (Jodi), and Joseph O’Steen. Tina was born in Statesville, North Carolina on November 8, 1955 to Claude and Marlene Watts (Moses), deceased.


    Predeceased in death by her uncle, Bud Watts; aunt, Mary Watts; uncle, Tony Watts; and dear uncle, William “Bill” Watts.

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Buddy Cason

August 4, 2020

I worked with Tina for almost 17 years, and in doing so, Tina and I always got along pretty good though those years and she was a great asset to Gulf Marine.
I just can't believe that she just retired in April and now she is gone! I am saddened by her passing.

My thoughts are with the family and her friends,

Buddy Cason

Kaitlyn Roseman

August 4, 2020

I got to know Tina when I started to work at GMR and I know people were sad to see her go but very happy that she was getting to retire. She was always so helpful to me and she was pretty darn funny! Whenever there was a group setting I always enjoyed sitting next to her.

I wished she could have enjoyed more time with friends and family!

Keeping her family in my prayers.

Christina Riggs

August 3, 2020

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Kathy Hendry

August 2, 2020

Tina was and is (eternally) a bright soul that touched the lives of many people and just made this world a better place by being in it. I was fortunate enough to get to work with Tina and start a friendship that extended beyond the work place- taking a few trips with Tina a d her family to the Strawberry Festival and enjoying many conversations about her beloved dogs Gemma and Jackson, her grandchildren, her bluebird houses (which attracted some blue bird families)and her love for the changing of the fall leaves in North Carolina. I had called her not too long ago to tell her I missed her at work (she had just retired in April) and we talked about getting together for lunch. I am so glad that Tina and her husband Randy got to travel together, I just wish she could have had more time to travel more after her retirement. Tina loved her family, pets and friends and even though I know she is in God's loving arms , we will all miss her so much.💖

Melissa Hancock

August 1, 2020

Ms.Tina,
I'm so sorry for your passing. It was my pleasure to get to know you through my Mom. May You Rest In Peace. My Deepest Sympathies and Condolences to Your Family.
Sincerely,
Melissa

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