Trendnell Sheffield affectionately known as Da’mani. He was born on
November 24, 2003 to Anita and Clevelander Sheffield in Volusia,
County Florida. During his younger years in this world, he joined the
Sanctuary of Grace under the leadership of Pastor Tepedric Hill, where
he acknowledged that the Lord was his Savior.
He attended the public school system of Dougherty County. Where he
attended Merry Acres Middle School and then, Westover High School.
He played basketball as a kid at Live Oak Elementary up to his high
school career at Westover High.
Da’mani was a loving child, a devoted brother, and a devoted uncle. He
has always had this very heartwarming smile that will brighten up your
On October 19, 2021 Da’mani gained his heavenly wings. He was
preceded in death by his grandfather Billy Reddick his great
grandparents Bill and Gussie Reddick, Thomas and Annie Hooks, his
great aunt Evelyn Martin, and cousin Quan Sheffield.
He leaves to cherish in his memories his mother and father Anita
Sheffield, and Clevelander Sheffield. Two sisters; Trinity Sheffield, and
Trinaya Woods. One brother Tramel Reddick (Keri). Two nephews
Kingsley Reddick, and Nashton Lewis. A loving grandmother Delois
Reddick (Buddy) grandfather Henry Lee Sheffield, grandmother Shirley
(Albert) Mills. Three aunts; Shanta (Calvin) Smith, Cynthia (Marcus)
Jefferson, and Daphne Reddick. Two uncles; Danyell Sheffield, and
Fredrick Reddick. Godparents; Artavius Strum, and Cleola Fudge. A
devoted cousin; Calandria Hooks, Tecio Fowler Ryshord Humphrey,
Riyod Reddick, and Randi Holiday. He was a loving godfather to Na’Quavus Taylor Jr.
He also had a great love for all the employees at Exxon and his coaches.