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Mr. Martez Currell ("Tez") Stevenson
January 17, 2001 ~ September 23, 2023 (age 22) 22 Years Old
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Martez Currell Stevenson was born on January 17, 2001, unto the parents of Pamela Wilson and Michael MartezStevenson which his father preceded him in death. He has 2 maternal grandmothers Debra Shumpert and Debra Ann Stevenson (Cookie) (who preceded him in death); Paternal grandfather Bennie Wilson (who preceded him in death); 2 uncles, Lil len and Somoza who preceded him in death.
Martez professed his hope in the Lord. He was baptized at the age of 7 years old. He attended Stepping into The Light Ministry, Bishop Jerome Bracely and Pastor Doris Bracely.
As a kid Martez was such a busy body but he was loving and energetic. He had a good heart, and was very well-mannered. He attended Mitchell and Hamilton Elementary School, Lift for Life Academy Middle School, and Ucity High School. Martez worked at Churches Chicken as a cook, and as a janitor at a private school for girls.
Martez loved to eat chips, candy and drink soda. He loved to watch movies, and listen to music, and he loved kids. His favorite meal was white rice, chicken breast, and he loved chicken sandwiches.
Martez also loved boxing and went to Finney’s St. Louis MMA kickboxing, Boxing, and Jiu-jitsu 5 days out of the week at 4pm. Martez thought he was the big brother/big cousin even though he was younger than them all.
He loved cars, he was very independent and determined. He always told his family and his friend that he loved them no matter what and those would always be his last words. Martez loved his family and friends.
Martez was serious but would have you laughing. He had such a sense of humor. He was a neat freak, worried about his appearance, and was obsessed with his teeth. Hygiene was everything to him and he loved to look good, smell good, and dress well, favoring designers like Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, and Palm Angels. He loved foreign and fast cars, especially Genesis and Infiniti models.
Martez leaves to carry on his legacy, his three children, Jaci, Bri’Asia, and Martez, Jr.; mother, Pamela Wilson; 9 siblings, Ali, Malcolm (Mack), Michael, Tyler, Tailor, Deandre, Lauryn (Lo), Carlos, and Tysenda; 5 nieces, Mackenzie, Legaci, Dacia, Lo’Riah, and Lincoln; 3 nephews, Malcolm (Lil Mack), Michael III, and Ali, Jr.; 5 aunties, Toya, Gracie, Ingrid, Honorae and Diona; 2 uncles, Kwais and Deandre; 6 great aunts, Donna, Minnie, Brenda, Henrietta (DeDe), Doris, Diane, and Robin (Baby sister); 1 great-great uncle, James Wilson (Uncle Bubba); 7 great uncles, Mark, Elvis, Milton, Lamar, James (J Norman), Michael (Main), and Charles (who preceded him in death).