SAY THEIR NAMES

(THE MANY NAMES UNKNOWN PROJECT)


DWIGHT R.B. COOK and DEBBI BLACKWELL-COOK Remember their son...

D'RODERICK JEFFERSON-COOK "D-RoCK" (1984-2013)

- THE YOUNGEST OF FIVE CHILDREN

- A MAN WITH A BIG HEART

- D-Rock Loved his family and everyone he met he          treated as a friend

- HE Loved to make people happy and was a mentor of    young men

- He loved to cook and even to BBQ in the snow

- Sang in the Boy's Choir of Harlem

- HE PLAYED VIOLIN AND PIANO

- HE WAS A SOUND ENGINEER FOR THE MURPHY FINE ARTS      CENTER

- "D-Rock" was a Spoken-Work Artist

-  A Member of the Order of the Feather AND BONNET


KATHRYN COOPER NICHOLAS, Founder of Sisters Saving The City

Remembers her son...

ANDRE J. NICHOLAS (1986-2014)

- ANDRE WAS A LOVING SON WHO LOVED HIS FAMILY AND        FRIENDS

- ANDRE LOVED THE LORD

- HE LOVED MUSIC, SANG TENOR, PLAYED PIANO AND TUBA

- ENJOYED DANCING

- LOVED TO COOK AND CREATE HIS OWN RECIPES

- GRADUATED OXFORD AREA HIGH SCHOOL IN OXFORD, PA

- ATTENDED BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY

 

 


ALICE OAKS, President of S.A.V.E. (Survivors Against Violence Everywhere) Remembers here two sons...

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IRVIN BERNARD LAWSON JR "NEPHEW" (1976-2008)

- IRVIN WAS MY FIRST BORN

- HE WAS A Loving Son

- KIND and GENTLE

- FATHER OF FOUR

- UNCLE OF THREE

- WALBROOK HIGH SCHOOL, CLASS OF 1993

- LOVED TO PLAY FOOTBALL AND LACROSSE

 

LARRY WALTER HENDERSON JR "BOX" (1983-2014)

- LARRY WAS MY BABY BOY

- KIND AND GENTLE 

- HE WAS A LOVING SON

- FATHER OF THREE

- UNCLE OF FOUR

- DOUGLASS HIGH SCHOOL, CLass of 2001

- VISUAL ARTIST

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DOROTHY JOHNSON SPEIGHT, FOUNDER and National Executive Director, Mothers in Charge Remembers her son...

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KHAALIQ JABBAR JOHNSON (1977-2001)

- LOVING and PEACEFUL KIND OF GUY

- LOVED TO WORK WITH CHILDREN

- A BIG BROTHER TO MANY

- TALENTED BASKETBALL PLAYER

- EARNED HIS B. S. in Sociology from University of          Maryland Eastern Shore

- Worked as a Middle School Counselor to Children      with Behavioral Challenges