Dean Elliott Pastor Obituary, Michigan Minister Evangelist Has Died In A Car Accident

Dean Elliott Obituary, Death – Michigan pastor and missionary Dean Elliott tragically perished in a vehicle accident on the way to a Sunday morning sermon engagement. His life was tragically cut short. Dean had a deep dedication to both missionary service and India.

Dean oversaw the physical therapy class’s weekly Bible study when Pastor James was a professor at Grand Valley State University (GVSU). Pastor James’ wedding would ultimately be officiated by Pastor Dean. Dean stood up for people and had a kind heart for those who were lost in life and perplexed. Please offer your prayers for him, his wife Brenda, and their three grown children who all need your help. Pastor Dean had a significant effect on the lives of many individuals, and his departure will be deeply felt.

Pastor Dean Elliott unexpectedly went away this morning while traveling to a preaching appointment. He was killed in an automobile crash. We are heartbroken by the tragic departure of Pastor Dean Elliott, who was murdered in a traffic incident while en route to a preaching engagement. Please remember to pray for his wife Brenda, their two children Nathan and Lauren, and their entire family.

We value Dean’s unwavering dedication to following Jesus and his initiatives to advance the gospel. He is one of the numerous missionaries that Holland First routinely provides financial assistance to, and he has been a great help to us over the years. A strong emissary of God appeared, and blessings down from above. Dean Elliott, a pastor, and former missionary passed away the day before yesterday.

He spent most of his time and effort in India while serving as a missionary all over the world. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Brenda, their kids Nathan and Lauren, and the rest of his family and friends as they grieve the death of such a wonderful loved one. Please know that at this trying time, you are on our minds and in our prayers. Please join us in prayer as we look to God for the peace and solace that only He can give us through this terrible time.