A Celebration of Life Service Mr. Comac Orlando Love, 35 of Decatur, AL will be noon Friday, April 26, 2019 at Macedonia C.P. Church in America with Apostle Larry D. Sims, officiating and interment in Sterrs Cemetery. The body will lie in repose one hour prior to the service. Public viewing will be on Thursday, 10:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. at Reynolds Funeral Home.
Mr. Comac Orlando Love was born on September 22, 1983 to Mr. Emetheus Williams and Vera Love in Montgomery, Alabama.
He was educated in the Montgomery Public School System. Comac relocated to Decatur, Alabama at the age of fifteen.
He was a very skilled artist both drawing and music. He was well known in the Tennessee Valley and abroad as rap artist, Mr.747. Mr. Love was married to the love of his life, Heather King, on October 23, 2018. He was a loving father to his five children, Joshua, Madyson, TeMarcus, Julian and his baby girl, McKinna.
Comac was a fun-loving guy known to be very outspoken. He loved being the center of attention, while being very stylish from head to toe, he was a major shoe fanatic.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Alveta B. Hall and his paternal grandfather, Amos L. Williams, his maternal grandfather, Mark Love, Sr., one aunt, Marvina Love and one uncle, Mark Love, Jr. and one niece, Patricia
Comac leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Heather King Love of Decatur; two daugthers, McKinna Love and Madyson King, of Russellville, AL; three sons, Temarcus Moorer of Montgomery, AL, Julian Davis of Decatur, AL and Joshua King of Russellville, AL; his father, Emetheus Williams, Sr.; his mother, Vera Love; six sisters, Lametheus Love, Shamerial Love-Hinson (Mario), Tracy Stoudemire, Demetria Webb, LaKiesha Williams all of Montgomery, AL, Madison Williams of Decatur, AL; five brothers, Michael Stoudemire of Montgomery, AL, Jordan Williams, Emetheus Williams both of Huntsville, AL, Andre Hardy of Atlanta, GA, Temetheus Williams of Decatur, AL; his maternal grandmother, Beaulah Mae Love; mother-in-law, Donna King of Sheffield, AL; father-in-law, Jeff King; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Pallbearers will be: Jerry Rankin, Ernest Watkins, Quentin Byrd, Joshua Harris, Avery Thompson and Chris Newbauer. Flower Girls will be: DaZiah Williams, LaZika Scott, Justice Williams, ShaQuira Nichols and Caliyah Scott.