Terriance Yvain Hamilton, 52, was born October 6, 1969, in Tuskegee, Alabama, to the late Paul Hamilton and Shirley Mae Miley.
Growing up, Terriance attended Ozark City School District, played High School football as leading Rusher-of-the-Year, and was the lead singer for his school plays. He graduated from Carroll High School, class of 1989, with a Motto: “We so Fine.” He attended Miles College, Birmingham, AL, on a football scholarship, then later enlisted in United States Army.
He sacrificially served his country honorably for 20 years and retired in May 2016, Fort Knox, Kentucky. He later worked two months for the Lincoln Village Juvenile Detention Center, then as a Sworn Deputy Sheriff (Courthouse Bailiff) with the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office for two years. He was blessed with a phenomenally gifted voice to sing and graduated from Voice-Over school in 2022, pursuing a professional Voice-Over career.
Terriance leaves his devoted and lovely wife Joyce Hamilton, married for eleven years, stepdaughters Nicole and Monique, stepsons Tyrone and Malcolm, and five step-grandchildren, Karmelo, Isaiah, Malachi, Micah, and Lilo, whom he loved dearly. He leaves one biological daughter, Miracle B. Hamilton.
He leaves his five brothers, Chris Miley (Belinda Miley), Daryl Miley, Craig Hamilton, Dr. Frederick Hamilton, Rodney Hamilton, and one sister, Stephanie Newsome (James Newsome), and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and special friends.
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