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Trayvond Denard Ball “YOSHI”
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home

Mr. Trayvond Denard Ball was born on Aug. 11, 1995, to Ms. Jenifer Holden and Mr. Douglas Plair. He was the fourth of seven children. 

Trayvond was raised in Miami, Florida. In 2009, he and his family relocated to Liberty County. In 2011, they moved to Newton County where Trayvond attended Newton County Public Schools and was a member of the football team. His athletic ability and leadership helped the team to excel.

He embodied an overwhelming personality. He loved to spread his charm and sweet spirit everywhere he went. Trayvond’s smile, humor and charismatic charm would light up any room he entered. He loved spending time with his children

Trayvond leaves to cherish his memories, his mother, Ms. Jenifer Golden; father, Mr. Douglas Plair; step-father, Charles Williams; daughter, Kalani; grandparents, Mr. Charles Golden, Sr. and Mr. Artice Plair; sisters,  Laquisha Golden, Dominique Golden, Miami, Florida, Tommisha Ball and Hernisha Fleming, Covington; brothers, Coartez Golden, Herbet Fleming and Kameron Fleming, Covington; aunts, Sherlyn Golden (Terrance), Covington, Barbara Moore (Frederick), Miami, Florida; uncles,  Charles Golden, Jr., Alabama and Jamal Scott, Miami, Florida; god-mother, Adriane Williams; girlfriend, Barbara Killingsworth; best friend, Demarcus Hightower and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends.

The funeral service was held Sunday, Oct. 1 at 3 p.m. at Sims Chapel Baptist Church, at 61 Sims Chapel Road, in Covington, with Rev. Cecil J. Rozier Sr. and Minisher Justin Dunn officiating.