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D Antorrion Cook

D Antorrion Cook

December 17, 1991 - January 25, 2018

D'on Antorrion Cook ("Pooh Pooh"), age 26, a resident of Mobile, Alabama, was born on December 17, 1991 and departed this life peacefully on January 25, 2018. <br /> He was a humble and strong minded young man with an adventurous spirit, very photogenic, with a passion for traveling, spending time with friends, his nieces and nephews, and loved spoiling his mother. <br /> He was blessed with a special gift of working with the youth as a mentor and motivational speaker at the Dearborn YMCA-Pathway to Employment. He enjoyed his as an insurance adjuster for Allstate and Pilot Catastrophe. All in all, he was full of life and lived life to the fullest. <br /> He was preceded in death by his loving and devoted step-father Randolph Freeney, Sr., and infant brother Randolph Freeney, Jr. <br /> He leaves to cherish his memories a loving mother, Brenda Freeney, Father, Don Cook, two brothers, Gaither Coleman, Christopher Wilks, one sister, Courtney Austin. Grandparents: Lewis and Joyce Ann McCall; four nieces, Jasmine Wright, Gracelyn Dixon, Symphony Allen, and Phoenix Thomas. Five nephews: Don Terrio Wright, Houston Wright, Asten Prince, Jacob Nelson and Kingsley Wright. Three god children: Dan Andrews, Camryn Pritchett and Brighton Pritchett. Three devoted friends: Kenny Richardson, Erica Page, Tina Andrews. Three devoted cousins: Faith Pritchett, Jade Carter and Shiquita McCall. One devoted aunt, Kaffy Griffin, and a host of aunts, uncles, family member and a multitude of friends.

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