Vance B. Poole Sr.
1972 - 2019
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Stepped off the treadmill of life's journey on to the Chariot of eternal glory Sunday, September 1, 2019. Born May 30, 1972 to Vera A. Poole-Johnson and the late Michael S. Scott. Vance, affectionately known as Deek, confessed Christ at an early age at Apostle Church of God in Chicago, Illinois. Vance attended Linbloom High School in Chicago and transferred to Horace Mann High School in Gary where he graduated in 1990. He attended Daily College in Chicago, Illinois before relocating to Sacramento, California; during which time he attended school, married, and had a family for 10 years. He relocated to Gary and eventually moved to Chicago, Illinois; he worked at Woodbridge Pavilion until he made his transition Sunday, September 1, 2019. He leaves to cherish him memory: mother Servant Vera A. Poole-Johnson, five children Kayla Vanice Poole of Virginia; Korey of Sacramento, California; Vance, Jr., Jayen, and Michael all of Coppell. Texas. One sister: Rhonda E. Clemmer; one uncle: Jackie Williams; three aunts: Rosemary (Colonese) Williams; Ledora Williams; Elvertice (Randy) Dunbar; Special cousins Byron (Tray) Williams; Desmond (Tamara) Crews; LaTanya (Larry) Biggers;; and a host of cousins, relatives and friends. Visitation Friday September 6, 2019 from 9-11a.m. with funeral service to follow at 11:00a.m. All services at the Guy & Allen Chapel.

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Published in Post-Tribune on Sep. 5, 2019.
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September 15, 2019
I'll always love you, my big little brother. Til' we meet again. Keep the light on for me.
Rhonda Poole
September 8, 2019
Rev Johnson, So sorry to hear of your son Vance's homegoing. Prayers and condolences are sent to you and your family. May God comfort and strengthen you all during your time of sorrow. God Bless you.
Florine Weston
September 6, 2019
I'm so grateful / blessed that we were able to get together and celebrate with you one last time.

Marvelous Smithers!

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