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Mr. Latravious Montrell Reed was born on August 3, 1984 in Albany, Georgia to Tavares Darlene Reed and Curtis G. Robinson. He departed his life on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at The Dawn Greene Hospice Facility in New York, New York.
Latravious graduated in 2003 from Albany High School where he participated in the marching band, symphonic band and The DECA Club.
At an early age he joined Beulahland Baptist Church in Macon, Georgia. He moved his membership to Spring Creek Baptist Church in Leary, Georgia, where he sang in the Junior Choir and played drums for the Senior Choir until he moved away.
He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Deacon Anthony P. Miller.
He leaves to cherish his memories, a loving mother, Tavares Darlene Reed, his father, Curtis G. Robinson (Betty) of Albany, GA, his maternal grandmother, Juanita Reed, his paternal grandmother, Linda H. Kegler (Victor) both of Albany, GA, his maternal grandfather, Wilmon Reed, Jr. of Albany, GA, three brothers, Patrick Walker, Jr, Kevin Paige and Marquise Robinson (Zackeria) of Albany, GA, two sisters, Pretisea Walker and Tonisha Miller of Albany, GA , ten aunts, Lawana Mathis, Sandra Goines, Donna Robinson, Sharon Kegler, Verdell Anglin (Clarence), Janice Green (Alfonzo), Sheila Parks, Sophia Taylor (Waun) all of Albany, GA, Shakela Stephens (Alexander) of Atlanta, GA, and Cynthia Johnson (Isaac) of Savannah, GA, nine uncles, Karl Scott (Wanda) of Macon, GA, Larlar Reed, Charles Kegler, Nolan Reed, Elijah Reed, Tyrone Walker, Eddie Shorter (Dorothy) of Albany, GA, Darryl Mingo of Midland, TX and William Stringer of Arlington, GA, seven nieces, Kaydence Miller, Azhia King, Laila Walker, Alexis Paige, Bre’Niah Graddy, Michia Harper and Zandria Daniels, seven nephews, Kenyell Jordan Jr., Walton Trice Jr. Major Gilbert, Patrick (P.J.) Walker, Kevin Paige Jr., Demond Newberry and Dreshun Newberry, two very close friends, Christopher Taylor of Bronx, NY and Nashiya Hodge of Albany, GA, and a host of great aunts, great uncles, cousins and friends.
Saturday, August 6, 2022
Starts at 11:00am (Eastern time)
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Services will be held at the outside pavillion.
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