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Carneilous Keondray Dennison

September 3, 1998 ~ October 23, 2018 (age 20)

 

Carneilous Keondray Dennison “CD”, 20, of Apopka, FL was born on  September 3, 1998 to Condrey Dennison, Sr. and Tequila Cook.

 

He was a bright, humble and respectful young man who loved football and had a bright future ahead of him. Carneilous was loved by so many people and touched so many hearts. He attended Clarcona Elementary School, Piedmont Lakes    Middle School, and graduated from Lake Brantley High School on May 24, 2017. In Carneilous’ youth years, he played with Apopka Pop Warner Football from Mitey Mites through Senior Midgets. He then went on to play for Lake Brantley High School and then LA Pierce Community College in Los    Angeles, California to live out his dreams. Carneilous dedicated his life to Christ on January 3, 2016. He is preceded in death by his Brother: Camari Dennison; Uncle: Terrance D. Cook, Sr.; and Great-Grandparents, Mattie & Vigil Reddick and Precious &    Walter Patterson.

 

Carneilous leaves to cherish his memories: his Parents: Condrey Dennison, Sr. and Tequila Cook; Brothers: Condrey Dennison, Jr., Kyvion Bradford, and Kyron Bradford; Paternal Grandparents: Sandra Patterson, Robert Willis Sr. and Willie Dennison Sr.; Maternal Grandparents: Linda (Alvin) Richmond, James (Berthina) Cook, Rosetta Coley and Hezekiah Bradford Jr.; Aunts: Latasha   Dennison, Waukiea Dennison, Antionette (Henry) Bolden, Takeila (Craig) Davis, Juleetia Hughley, Demetree Tatum, and Artisha and Manisha Scott, all of Apopka, FL;  Uncles: Willie Dennison, Keron (Tekela) Reddick, Joseph (Tymesha) Scott, James Cook, Jr., Corey (Tonya) Murray, James Cook, III, Berium and Mario    Justice, Robert Willis and Michael Willis; Nephew: Kacen Dennison; Niece:  Hannah Grase Dennison; godmother, Tamitria Anderson; godfather, Anthony Jones; Devoted Friend, Alexus Green; Best Friends, Demtric Burch, Birthel (Pun) Bridges, Jaquez (Shugg) Hughley and Demetri King; Four God-sisters and One God-brother; and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Sorrowing Friends.

 

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