U’Vante Aujsheamon Douglas was born October 5, 2000 in Wichita Falls, Texas, to Claytonia JaToy Douglas. They later returned to Amarillo; where he attended Mesa Verde Elementary, Travis Middle School, and Palo Duro High School. He was well loved by his teachers, fellow classmates, and anyone he came in contact with.
U’Vante became a member of Faith Clinic Church and gave his life to the Lord at AN EARLY AGE. He was a member of the children’s ministry and also served as an usher.
His hobbies were cars and making people laugh. U’Vante was a people’s person, he loved to clown, and have fun. Food was a big enjoyment for him and he never missed a meal from a baby on. Being the big brother, he thought he was the daddy even to his older sister, Unique, but more so to his younger siblings, UKobe and Uronna. He had a very special loving relationship with his mom, Tonia and highly respected her. Family was very important to him. His cousins and special friends were like family to him.
He is preceded in death by his big daddy: Robert Clayton Douglas who taught him everything cars when he was only three years old.
He leaves to cherish his memories, his son: Markus Javier Douglas, mother: Claytonia (Tonia) Douglas, father: Damien (Cisco) Sullivan, gran-gran: Dianna Douglas White (paw-paw Michael I.), aunt: JuanShea (Shea) Douglas, sisters: Unique Douglas, Uvonna Barnes, and Gianna Sullivan, brothers: UKobe Peterson, KeyShawn Horn, Nathaniel E. Sullivan, Christian Carr, De’ Adrian West, two bestfriends: Barry Willis and Josaya Nevarez, and a host of family and friends.
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