Gastonia, North Carolina – The music world and the community of Gastonia, North Carolina, are mourning the unexpected and deeply saddening loss of Deonte’ “Tae” Lindsay, a gifted musician and artist. Deonte was not just a musician; he was a true artist with an extraordinary ability to touch hearts and souls through his music. His musical talents were exceptional, ranging from playing the guitar, piano, to enchanting vocals, captivating audiences and leaving a lasting impression.
Born and raised in Gastonia, North Carolina, Deonte Lindsay was more than a musician; he was a cherished member of his community. He pursued his education at Gaston College and was a student at Hunter Huss High School, where he showcased his musical talents, playing the tuba in the school band and displaying remarkable piano skills. Deonte was a proud resident of Gastonia and had a deep love for his city.
His musical journey was more than a career; it was a calling. Deonte served as a Music Professional at Miracle Tabernacle International Ministries, where he beautifully blended his immense musical talent with his profound faith and spirituality. His contributions to the ministry were invaluable, adding a unique and uplifting dimension to the worship experience.
The City of David shared,
It is with the humble acceptance of God’s will that The City of David announces the passing of our beloved organist Deontae Lindsay. Bishop Ranjae Crump and Lady Stephanie Littlejohn Crump along with our family solicit your prayers for his wife Treyona and their children along with the Lindsay and Littlejohn family, and all of those connected to him. Again final funeral arrangements are forthcoming.
Deonte Lindsay’s sudden and unexpected passing has left a void not only in his local community but also among people far and wide who had the privilege of crossing paths with him. The exact cause of his passing remains unknown at this moment, and further updates will be provided as soon as more information becomes available regarding the circumstances surrounding his death.
In heartfelt remembrance of Deonte Lindsay, Emily Davis Talley, a teacher from Hunter Huss High School where Deonte was once a student, shared her sentiments. She reminisced about Deonte’s vibrant personality, musical talents, and the joy he brought to every room he entered. His music had the power to touch souls, and he will be deeply missed.
A GoFundMe page is organised by Jerel Rollinson with title “Deonte’ “Tae” Lindsay”. Target of $10,000 is set for raising funds and it is stated on the page:
Deonte Lindsay was born and raised in Gastonia, North Carolina and has emerged as a true artist who has the power to make a profound impact with his music. He was a very talented musician who could captivate audiences with his powerful voice, soulful lyrics, mesmerizing guitar and piano playing.
Unfortunately, his family is left with funeral expenses. Whatever your contribution is, we greatly appreciate everything as Deonte was loved by so many. Will you consider helping us to lay our loved one to rest?
The family of Deonte Lindsay will provide details about his obituary and funeral arrangements in the near future. At this time, they are requesting space and time for healing and processing their loss. When they are ready to share the information, they will update the community on the plans for his funeral, allowing everyone to come together and honor the memory of this remarkable musician and artist.