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Steven Randolph Chase

Steven Randolph Chase was born in Washington, D.C., on 1 March 1955 to Milton Chase and Alice Chase Coleman (Samual). Steven departed his life on Friday, 2 September 2022, at Brookdale Senior Living in Clarksville, Tennessee. Steven is survived by his brothers Van (Margaret), Keith, his sister Crystal Swepson, his Niece Ahderah Chase Roth and many other relatives. His sister Corinthea precedes him in death, as well as his mother and fa- ther. Steven graduated from Central High in Providence, RI and Central Bible College, and Evangel University with a degree in Elementary education and Theology. He was an an elementary school teacher in the Seattle area and coach. His passion was sharing his faith in God. He loved to travel and spent time teaching English in Asia. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran. He was a long-time Deacon at the Japanese Presbyterian Church (Presby)in Seattle, WA. Steven loved serving others With Christian love.
Visitation will be September 23, 2022, 6-7 at Hooker Fh. Memorial Service Saturday, September 24, 2022, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM on 2022-09-24 at Lewis Wimberly Missionary Baptist Church , 4551 Old Highway 13. Cumberland City, TN 37050. Inurnment Monday, September 26, 2022, 10:00am at Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Japanese Presbyterian Church 1801 24th Ave South, Seattle, WA 98144.


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Correction… my mind went blank… i meant to say Steven…. My apologies!!! Diana Sakamoto

Diana Sakamoto Sep 17 2022 10:52 PM

Sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. Always nice to see him at church. He loved the Lord! He had a passion for teaching and all things Asian. He especially loved Presby’s pot lucks! I had the pleasure of cooking for him the last couple of years. May you find comfort and peace in our Lord’s loving arms.

Diana Sakamoto Sep 17 2022 10:22 PM

So sorry to hear the news of Randy's passing. When I attended Japanese Presby years ago, I recalled Randy as a man who loved God, kids, and loved just being his genuine self as he shared about Jesus to others. (Plus, he liked eating good food at one of my first NW Folklife Festivals I've attended in Seattle, along with he and a few of us others who attended from Presby "eons" ago! :)) I will always have good memories of our one and only Randy Chase. Yes, God's very own!

Debbie Chan Sep 16 2022 10:50 AM