D’Andre Lanier Damous (“DRE 105 DAM”), age 32 was a lifelong resident of Youngstown, Ohio and passed into everlasting relaxation on Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
Born on March 17, 1989 at the Saint Elizabeth Hospital, he was the oldest son of Laticia Marie Damous and the eldest of the third era of offspring descending from John and Elnora Sutton.
Dre was born into the Pentecostal faith at the Ebenezer Church of God in Christ underneath the management of the Late Superintendent Calvin E. Kirkland, Sr. (later pastored by Elder Ernest L. Walker). This church is wherever he gave his heart to the Lord at an early age. He served in Ebenezer’s Youth Choir and Youth Office.
In addition, he participated in the Timekeepers Drumline (which was the 1st drumline in the Metropolis of Youngstown). With D’Andre as Head Drum Important, Ebenezer’s Drumline travelled throughout the point out of Ohio profitable various awards. He produced the beats from his coronary heart and the other users utilizing their instinctive expertise would follow.
A product of the Youngstown Community Faculty Technique, Dre attended Sheridan Elementary, Volney Junior Higher and Chaney Superior University.
D’Andre experienced a excellent feeling of humor and a extensive array of passions to incorporate his passion for tunes.
Amongst several work opportunities, he was employed with Youngstown Crab Enterprise and as Head Chef at New Seasonings Café where he designed the infamously preferred “Doctor Dre Burger”. He also worked with Town Kids Treatment as a mentor to children. Forklift and householders at the age of 27.
D’Andre was a loving and caring father who usually put his children to start with.
He leaves to cherish important memories, his mother and father, Laticia M. Damous and David Lynch sister, Quiana Z. Damous cousin, D’Aaron Damous fiancée, Ciera Johnson kids, Zon’tel, Tadaryen, Zahriana, D’Andre, Jr. and Zy’elle nephew, De’Veon Damous 13 siblings 11 nieces/nephews grandmother, Anna R. Damous-Johnson aunts, Linda Sutton-Hawkins and Lawanna Damous Godmothers, Tajah Strickland and Raylette Davenport Godfathers, Adam Perkins and Hance Dennis and a host of other family members members and close friends.
He is preceded in demise by his brothers, Devon Lavelle Damous (“ManMan”) and Tyreese Keith Lynch nephew, Devon L. Damous, Jr. (“ManMan, Jr.) grandfather, Junior Damous (“Pa”) uncle, John E. Sutton, Jr. and fantastic-grandparents, John and Elnora Sutton.
Though his lifestyle was limited by man’s criteria, his influence will be everlasting and he will continue to be deeply skipped by all who beloved him.
Funeral providers will be held 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 (with contacting hours to get started at 12:00 p.m.), Jaylex Occasion Middle, 2110 Glenwood Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio.
Preparations entrusted to J.E. Washington Funeral Property (Youngstown).
A tv tribute will air Tuesday, January 18 at the adhering to approximate situations: 6:43 a.m. on WYTV, 9:32 a.m. on WKBN, 10:58 a.m. on FOX and 8:12 p.m. on MyYTV.
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