DeAmbrois "Dee" Savoy Harold was born in Wichita, Kansas on November 11, 1987 to Barbara Jones and Raymoan Harold. He transitioned from this life peacefully on January 15, 2021 at the age of 33.
In 1989, Dee moved to Salem, New Jersey with his father and grandparents and received his early education in the Salem City School District. He was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Salem where he attended Sunday school and church services regularly with his grandmother and was baptized at the age of 10. It was later that Dee attended middle and high school in the Clayton, New Jersey school district. Throughout all his years of school, Dee was an avid sports fan and enjoyed playing football, baseball, basketball, as well as track and field. After high school, Dee returned to Wichita where he started his family. He was previously employed at the Green Chef in Swedesboro, NJ and Evergreen Pallet Company in Park City, Ks.
Dee's children were the lights of his life! Spending quality time with them, his family and friends was his favorite thing to do. Dee loved being around people and would bring a smile to your face just from walking into the room. His sense of humor was like that of no other, laughter would fill any place where he was present. Dee's personality was larger than life and he had a giving heart of gold!
Dee's memory will forever be held in the hearts of his family and friends. He was preceded by his grandfathers, Eldridge Bernard and Raymond C. Harold; brother Ra'mir Harold; nephew, Ty' Marion Blacknell, and niece Londyn Parker.
Left to cherish Dee's memory are his parents: Barbara Jones and Raymoan and Tammy Harold; grandparents: Marva and Medford Williams and Georgianna Harold; three children: Sy'Unna Harold (LaQuetta), DeAmbrois "DJ" Harold (Sy'era), and Malani Harold (Malika); three sisters: Tara (Adrian) Patterson, Tiffany Davis, and Sasha Harold (Quidone); 7 brothers: Tommy Blacknell, Travis Bass, Rashawn Harold, Mario Grier, Ra'Mon Roots, Isaiah Harold, and Jeremiah Harold; two Godsisters: Shavonn Teat and Angela Harold; an aunt he was especially close to, Rama Anderson; 11 nephews, 12 nieces, and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.
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