Prince Drayquan Tylik Baldwin was born on May 11, 1997, to Kenny Williams and
Vickie Baldwin. He was raised by Alonzo Isbell and the late Deborah Ann Ellis.
He graduated from Fairmont High School in 2015 and remained living at home
until he passed. Prince Drayquan departed his life on November 6, 2021, at
Southeastern Regional Medical Center. He is preceded in death by his mom,
Deborah Ann Ellis, grandparents Mack Williams Jr, Esther Mae Nealy, step
grandfather James Edward Nealy and one aunt, Linda Faye Williams.
Prince Drayquan had the biggest and brightest smile that would light up the room.
He was given the nicknames “Dad, T Baldwin, and Runt.” Although he turned a
year older each year, he was always our baby, and he was loved by everyone that
encountered him. He loves listening to music, riding, and watching the Pittsburgh
Steelers game with his dad Lonzo which brought him so much laughter when his
dad would fuss and yell with the players during the game. It also brought him great
joy and laughter for his nieces and nephews to be in his presence and talk to him. It
was such an honor to be a part of his life and he will always hold a special part in
Prince Drayquan leaves his joyous memories with his dad Alonzo Isbell of
Rowland, NC, sisters Letongie Williams, Ledonnita Ellis (Tory), and Yolanda Ellis
of Lumberton. Biology parents Kenny Williams of Charlotte, NC and Vickie
Baldwin. Six nephews: Jaquan Moore of San Diego, CA. Jarique Moore, Jahkeem
Moore, D’Torian Powell, Deborian Powell, and Zion Arnette. Two nieces: D’Sire
Powell and Zahara Arnette all of Lumberton. He has a host of brothers, sisters,
aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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