A Celebration of Life for Mr. Trevon Lamar Rucker, 20 of Decatur, AL, will be 11:00 am, Saturday, September 14, 2019 at Macedonia C.P Church in America with the Reverend Daylan Woodall officiating. Inhumation will follow in Decatur City Cemetery. The body will lie in repose one hour prior to funeral. Public viewing will be Thursday from 2-6 and Friday from 10-6 at Reynolds Funeral Home. Mr. Rucker died on September 8, 2019 at Decatur Morgan Hospital-Decatur General Campus.
Trevon Lamar Rucker was born on June 17, 1999 in Dayton, Ohio to Tracy Mason and Mark Drake. He departed this life on September 7, 2019 at Decatur Morgan Hospital-Decatur General Campus.
Trevon moved to Decatur, Alabama in 2010. He accepted Christ at an early age and attended First Missionary Baptist Church. He was a 2018 graduate of Decatur High School and attended Calhoun Community College.
He was a Boxer at the Decatur Youth Service where he learned to box under Mario Davis, Sr. for many years. He also worked with Coach Dale Townsend and Chris Skipworth. His trainer was Stacey Bell. He loved boxing and had the skills to become a CHAMP! Trevon worked with the DYS Summer Program.
He loved Rapping and playing videos. Trevon loved spending time with his family and friends. Most importantly, he loved God Almighty and reading his Bible.
Trevon leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Tracey Mason of Decatur; his stepfather, Duane Milliner of Ohio; his father; three brothers, Kendall Ricker of West Virginia, Kendall Rucker of Decatur and Daevontal Litimer of Dayton, OH; one sister, Tracy Shawna Litimer all of Decatur; four aunts, Timatha Mason, Lisa and Brenda Milliner all of Ohio; special aunt, Diana Hullett of Decatur; six uncles, Ronnie Mason of Decatur, Gary and Earnest Mason, Jr., from Ohio, Michael, Paul and John Milliner of Ohio; four great aunts, Dora Mae Key, Clara Mae Mason, Mary-Ellen Lucas, Aretha Foster all of Tennessee; two treat uncles, Lonnie Shackelford and Cleveland Mason of Decatur; two nieces, Ma’Kayla and Kiara Rucker of Decatur; a caring, affectionately caretaker (Granmom), Jewel Freeman of Decatur; a special caring cousin and mentor, Estella Shackelford of Decatur; a host of other relatives and friends.