Obituary of Dae'Vion Pullum
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Dae’vion Demeatri Pullum was born on September 5, 1999 to
Betty Carter- Davis and Richard Pullum II in San Diego, CA. At
an early age, he accepted Jesus Christ and later worshipped at
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Indianapolis, IN.
Dae’vion attended Arsenal Technical High School where he
graduated from in 2017. He was a skilled worker and always
held a job in the manufacturing industry as a fork lift driver.
Dae’vion was proud of the fact that he stayed gainfully
employed; earning him the nickname “D-money”. As a hard
worker, he lived by the motto: “go hard or go home”.
Dae’vion’s magnetic personality drew many people into his
circle of life. He had an engaging presence and an inviting
personality. When he entered a room, his joyful and inspiring
spirit set the atmosphere. Dae’vion was a well- dressed young
man and loved fashion; especially shoes. Only a few shoes
from his overflowing shoe collection are on display today.
On February 25, 2021, Dae’vion departed his earthly life at the
tender age of twenty one years old. He dearly loved his family
and leaves to cherish his memory Parents: Betty and Bryan
Davis, and Richard Pullum II; Siblings: Malik Sharif-Pullum,
Imÿa Pullum, Nadiah Carter-Pullum, Alayah Pullum, Amari
Pullum, “and Nyomi Davis; Step-Son: Eren Brown.
Dae’vion is also survived by Grandparents: Vickie Heath, Rev.
Joyce Davis, Anita Green, Tina Johnson, and Richard Pullum,
Sr.; along with a host of other relatives and friends.
Dae’vion will be truly missed but never forgotten. His spirit and
energy will live on through those he touched. Dae’vion, this is
not good-bye, but rather “see you later”. We love you, King Dae’vion
“Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil: for thou art with me, thy rod and thy staff
comfort me...Psalm 23