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Xzavian King

January 30, 2005 ~ March 18, 2021 (age 16)

Obituary

Xzavian Anthony Lemontez King aka Zay aka Tator, 16, entered eternal rest on Thursday, March 18th, 2021 with his family by his side. Xzavian was born January 30, 2005 in Fredericksburg Va. 

Zay had a heart and passion for so many things, but his love for wrestling topped all sports. His time spent wrestling brought many successes for him. Zay loved family. Being with his siblings and his cousins were the major highlights for him. But outside of any of those things, Tator loved so hard. He loved his mother with almost all that he had. His deepest love and devotion went to “daddy’s boy” (Ezra) and his girlfriend Tati. They were his heartbeat.

He loved working his job at Stone-Berry River Vale Farm with Michael and Viveca Stone-Berry. And they loved him so much.

Xzavian leaves to forever celebrate his life, his mother Yolanda and stepfather Quashaan, his son Ezra James, his girlfriend Tati, two sisters, Jai’Lynn aka Tweeni, and Cai’Lyn; one brother, Braylen, and his dad, Anthony. His grandma and gdad, Neal and Lisa Harris who he loved very much and spent the last year of his life with them. Zay has the most amazing relationships with his cousins for instants, there’s Destinee, that always reminded him that she was the oldest, there’s aunt Jasmine, she had to be facetimed every time Ez was near! There’s Chris that would always tease him that Tati had him “In Love!” Zay, Destinee and Chris, they were three peas in a POD and his Godmother Brittany Harrell.

Elissa, oh boy, he would go to the end of the earth for that girl and give her the clothes off his back or the money in his wallet (LOL)! Lay Bug was the one that he and her would sit silently and read each other like a book. She was his shopping queen! They would walk to a store just to be walking the store eye shopping. Jeremiah, yes he was the one that was smart enough not to do the daredevil  things that Zay asked him to do because he knew Isaiah was crazy enough to do it, like jump from anywhere or anything, onto a trampoline. Then there’s those crazy Harris cousins that would chase him around the house and up and down stairs every Christmas and Easter. Maddison, he really loved seeing you just to see what style you would be flaunting on each occasion and then talked about it after you left. 

Then there’s another host of cousins, aunts, uncles, family and friends. Especially the pack 6…..Dameer, Vori, Terrance, Trey, Demonta, and of course LIL Kenney!

A private memorial service will be held for immediate family only.

 

 

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Services

Visitation
Wednesday
March 24, 2021

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Bruce & Stiff Funeral Home, Ltd.
1121 Old Courthouse Rd.
Appomattox, VA 24522

Private Services

Morning Star Baptist Church
497 Morning Star Rd.
Appomattox, VA 24522

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