~~Maquon D’Mera Kimmons, age 41, was born on July 17, 1973 in Racine Wisconsin. Maquon was the only child of Linda Kimmons and the love of her life.
Maquon resided in Indianapolis, Indiana for seven years. He was a graduate of Washington Park on High School, class of 1991. He continued his education at ITT Tech, where he received his associates’ degree in computer engineering.
Maquon was employed by Amazon where he performed a variety of task for the company. However, his true passion was photography. As a budding artist, Maquon’s pictures captured the spirit of his friends and family members.
Maquon is survived by his mother, Linda Kimmons and his daughter, Isha Kimmons; his father, Albert Nunn and stepfather, Willie Gillard, all are residents of Racine, WI. His grandfather, Colvin Nunn of Racine, WI; sisters, Petra, Tracy, LeAtta and Valencia; brothers, Corey and Rommel. He is also survived by several uncles and aunts, Harvester (Geneva) Kimmons of Racine, WI, Claude Kimmons, of Montgomery, AL, Harry Kimmons, and Mabelle Kimmons of New Albany, MS, Maxine Kimmons and Eloise Kimmons of Aurora, IL, Lesia (Sonny) Driver and Don (Helen) Hill of Racine, WI, Catrina Hill and Mernia Hill of Louisville, KY, John (Jewel) Nunn, Eligie May Nunn, Colvin Nunn Jr. of Racine, WI, Marvin Nunn of Jackson, TN, Calvin(Nancy) Dudley of Florida, Chermaine (Herman) Mainor of Jackson, MS, Clayton (Depali) Cobb of Canada, Rodney Spears of Kenosha, WI, Sarah (Tony) Yancy of Maury City, TN, Jean Johnson of Detroit Michigan, Robert (Vivian) Johnson, Dean Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Judy Johnson, Angela Johnson, Ann (Gary) Fisk and a great aunt Lena May Akins, all of Dyersburg, TN. Maquon is also survived by a special young man, Adonis Smith and other cousins, family members and friends.
His Mother would like to give special acknowledgements to his childhood friends and his special friends and co-workers from Amazon.
A celebration of Maquon’s life will be held on Saturday, March 21, at 10am, at St. Paul MBC, 1123 Center St, visitation will be in the church from 9am until the time of service. There will also be a visitation on Friday, March 20 at Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home on Friday, 4-7pm. Please see Thursday’s newspaper and this website after Wednesday for his full obituary.