Murquis Antjuan Malone was born on May 15, 1986 to the late Gracie Malone and Marcus(Trindad) and James and Juanita Malone in San Diego, California. He attended school at Green Elementary, Pershing Middle School, and Patrick Henry High School. He was an athlete who played basketball, football, and participated on track teams. He completed his education with a GED.
Murquis was a member of New Creation Church and was involved in spiritual growth classes, youth activities, and served as an usher.
Murquis was a construction laborer and was employed with UPS. He loved spending time with his children, playing basketball, passing time with family and friends, and pursuing personal development to be the best version of himself. He was generous and always willing to help those in need. He lived, loved, and laughed. Murquis had a contagious smile, and a good sense of humor that will missed, along with the numerous enjoyable memories we will cherish.
On Saturday, May 23, 2020, Murquis Antjuan Malone transitioned from labor to reward, to join with his mother Gracie Malone, grandparents Roscoe and Willie Mae Malone; aunts Katherine Williams and Michelle Williams, and godsister Renee Collier, all of whom preceded him in death.
Left to cherish his memory are his parents James (Tara) Malone and Juanita Williams-Malone; grandmother Dorothy Green; godmother Linda Lassiter; two daughters London and Arianna Malone; son Edrick Malone; five sisters Takisha (Fred) Jackson, Erica (Stephen) Cook, Precious Moore, Bianco Walker, and Jennifer Malone-King; god-sister Tiffany Coleman; two brothers James Dominic (Geminelle) Malone and Jason (Jessica) Malone-King; six nephews Tylur Passmore, J’Dyn Jackson, Jonathan and Jamarian Brown, D’moni Render, and Jason Izaiah King; three nieces Chloe Render, Kyle, and Ava King; seven aunts Orie (Bernie) Ware; Leatrice Vaughn, Anna (Sinclair) Malone-Anderson, Charlene Malone and Katherine; six uncles LC (Kathy) Malone, Roscoe Malone, Robert, and Dennis Williams; and a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, family and extended San Diego family.
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