On December 20, 1970, God blessed Superintendent Harold Tudman and Missionary Fannie Mae Tudman with a beautiful baby boy, Samuel Levette Tudman. He was born in Mt. Pleasant, Texas, last of six children. Samuel attended school in Mt. Pleasant, TX and graduated from Mt. Pleasant High School in 1989. During his high school years, Samuel was an outstanding athlete in football. After high school, he joined the United States Navy, where he served proudly. Samuel became a Sergeant and was a veteran of the Gulf War: Operation Desert Storm. After serving his country, he worked as a law officer for Titus County Sheriff’s Department. Later, he attended college at Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX where he studied Christian Ministry. Samuel received Christ as his Lord and Savior during his teenage years and was a member of Lighthouse COGIC where he served as a minister under the leadership of Superintendent Clerkley, in Dallas, TX. Samuel had a big heart and a passion for helping people. He began to use his talents to take care of others by establishing his own business, Strong Tower Protective Services. Samuel was a kind person who was truly loved and will be deeply missed. He was truly a man of integrity and honor.
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Samuel transitioned his life from labor to reward as he entered into eternal rest on January 5, 2019, in Grand Prairie, TX. He is preceded in death by his father and mother, Superintendent Harold Tudman and Missionary Fannie Mae Tudman, his brother, Harold L. Tudman, and a respected father figure, Elder J.C. White. Left to cherish his memories and mourn his passing, his wife, Alice Monthe-Tudman; daughter, Hajyia; stepdaughter, Khloe and stepson, Karl. His brother Supt. James Tudman (Nell); four sisters, Missionary Mae Lois White, Elizabeth Alozie, Sally Brown (Eugene), and Evelyn Madu (Robert). His uncle, Milton Cummings and aunt, Letha Henvley. Also left to cherish his memory are a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.