Kelvin Dwight Harris
August 11, 1986 - July 14, 2021
He attended schools #5, Jefferson Middle School, and Edison Tech. He later received his G.E.D and planned on attending college to pursue a degree in Business. Kelvin was looking forward to relocating to Florida to start a Sling Shot Business in Florida after graduation.
Kelvin had a keen eye for fashion trends. It was very rare that Kelvin wore the same outfit more than once. He was an avid gamer and a proficient basketball player who would gather other youths within his community and teach them how to play basketball. When he was younger, he also played for Lake Avenue Baptist Church Basketball League where he received numerous awards and trophies.
Kelvin Harris was affectionately known as Love and Lyell Ave. Love. He was just a very lovable, mannerable, adventurous, intelligent, and generous young man who would even give you the shirt off of his back. Kelvin was a father figure to many, as well as being an excellent protector and provider for his family and friends. He really enjoyed traveling and spending quality time with his seven children, family, and friends.
He is predeceased by both grandfathers, Eddie B. Harris and Francisco Martinez; Grandmother: Lee Artis Harris; Stepfather, Sylvester Thomas Sr.; and brother, Sylvester Thomas Jr. As he leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, and cherished memories, he will be truly missed by friends and family, including seven children Tavaria Howard, Tiazjah Stubbs (Mother-Immecca Howard), Darrell Wilson, Emony Harris, Ka'Nya Harris, Hezekiah Harris (Mother- Tashonna Wilson) and Kataleya Harris (Mother-Ashley Evison).
Loving Parents, Kelvin Dwight Harris Sr. and Dionette Thomas; four siblings, Angela Harris, Jocelyn Harris, Kawanda Jennings, and Kearra Harris; Grandmother, Angela Primitiva Martinez; and Twin Ride or Die, Nina Harris.
Special Girl Friend; Brittney Ellison; Special Great Aunt, Ruby T. Harris; Special Aunts, Nancy Martinez, Maria Martinez, Patrina Beasley, Cassandra T. Dearring; Special Cousins; Sharie Dearring (Mocha Marie), Victor Martinez, and Lamar Huntley and a host of other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.