The sun rose on Damahjion Aaron Graham on September 28, 2002 in San Diego, California. Dahmahjion was the youngest of six wonderful children God gave Damon and Micole Graham. Damahjion was lovingly known by family and friends as “Mahji”
Damahjion began his formal education at Lindbergh Elementary School. He went on to the Creative Performing & Media Arts Middle School. He continued his education over the next three years at Mission Bay High School. At the Helen Bernardy School Damahjion learned with his favorite teacher, Ms. Christy. She was always able to engage Damahjion in new and creative ways that kept our son excited about learning.
Maji lived his life to the fullest! He very much enjoyed all types of music. He would let you know how he felt if you tried to mess with whatever he was listening to at any given time. Mahji was special in many ways. He had smile that would light up the darkest room. Mahji never let any of his limitations stand in his way. He told Cerebral Palsey, “I can, I will, I did.” No matter how hard, no matter how tough, (and believe me it did get tough at times), Damahjion showed no fear. He never stopped smiling, or singing.
On February 6, 2020, the sun began to set and God called his son Damhjion Aaron Graham home. Left to cherish his life and memories are mother and father Micole and Damon Graham; brothers Lemarcus Gray, Victor Gray, and Demetrius Ollison; sisters Ahlondra Tate, and Talonda Johnson; grandparents Sonya Henry, Antonio Marshall, Walthea Graham, and a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins, loved ones, and friends.
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