Reginald Da'Quan Washington, son of Camisha Washington and Reginald Brown was born July 8, 1992 and departed this life February 7, 2021.
Reginald was born in Petersburg, Virginia and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. He was known and called by many names, "Reggie" and "Little Reggie."
Reggie was a member of Powerhouse of Deliverance Garden of Cathedral and was baptized at an early age. Reggie had a strong relationship with God and prayed faithfully.
During his middle school years, he played basketball as a point guard for the Mendenhall Mustangs. Reggie attended Page High School in Greensboro, NC and transferred to Laurel High School in Laurel, Maryland. Reggie received his High School Diploma.
He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America, where he obtained the Arrow of Light Award; the highest Cub Scouts award.
He was a devoted father and loved his children.
Reggie had a heart so big and showed so many the true meaning of real love and loyalty. He truly loved and was loyal to everyone he called friend. He loved making music and traveling. He was the owner of LME Entertainment, LLC; he recorded music and made so many videos. He was the light that shined when he walked in the room. Reggie met no strangers. He was an inspiration and was cherished by so many. Reggie shared his love with others and was willing to help anyone in need.
He was preceded in death by his maternal great- grandfather, Calvin Sims, Sr.; maternal great grandmother, Barbara Jackson; great grandfather, Raymond Washington, Sr.; paternal grandmother, Florine Brown; and paternal uncle, Ramon Brown.
Memories of Reggie will be treasured by his two children, Sy'ler and Sy'Ana Washington; mother, Camisha Washington (Jahmal); father, Reginald Brown; three brothers, Ny'Jael Washington of the home, Timothy Aikens, Jr. (Candace) of Greensboro, NC, Rashaun Gholson of Dinwiddie, VA; two sisters, Dymond Brown of Laurel, Maryland and Mahogany Aikens of Greensboro, NC; maternal grandmother, Blondine Sims of Miami, Florida; maternal grandfather, Raymond Washington, Jr. of Washington, DC and Thornell Bowden (Crystal) of Greensboro, NC; great grandmother, Elizabeth Sims of Greensboro, NC; seven aunts, Yolanda Thomas of Charlotte, NC, Lakisha Washington (Ricco) of Memphis, TN, Marquita Gray of Greensboro, NC, Shayla Gray-Parker (Lamont) of Raleigh, NC, Cheryl Adam (Lorenzo) of Petersburg, VA, Joyce Brown of Petersburg, VA, and Patrice Allen of Petersburg, VA; five uncles, Terrill Thomas (Cynthia) of Charlotte, NC, Tyran Pegues (Natoshia) of Winston-Salem, NC, Keith Anderson of Candor, NC, Travis Allen of Greensboro, NC, and Pastor Barry Brown, Sr. (Avis) of Petersburg, VA; devoted great aunt, Alfreda Lewis of Laurel, Maryland; devoted great uncle, Calvin Sims, Jr. of Greensboro, NC; great uncle, Garland Coleman (Gina) of Maryland; great aunt, Carla Crowell of Greensboro, NC; great aunt, Linda K. Spencer of Dillion, SC; great uncle, Deon Bowden of Greensboro, NC; special cousins, Zakkee Gillis of Greensboro, NC and Shanetta Gillis McNeil of Greensboro, NC; devoted godmother, Tamara Hawkins of Greensboro, NC; devoted stepfather, Rodney Jenkins of Brooklyn, NY; devoted godbrother, Kevin Green of Petersburg, VA; godmother, Bernice Green of Petersburg, VA, Timothy Aikens, Sr. (Angie) of Augusta, GA; mother of children, Arquesia Hodge of Greensboro, NC; close friend, Muggs of Greensboro, NC; many nieces and nephews; and a host of cousins, friends, and family.
A walk-thru viewing will be Friday, February 19, 2021, 2:00pm-6:00pm, at Cremation Services of the Triad, Inc., 1039 East Lindsay Street, Greensboro, NC 27405.
A celebration of his life will be Saturday, February 20, 2021, 1:00pm, at New Light Missionary Baptist Church, 1105 Willow Road, Greensboro, NC 27401. The family will receive friends 12:00pm-1:00pm prior to the funeral service.
Interment will follow the service at Lakeview Memorial Park, 3600 O'Henry Blvd., Greensboro, NC 27405.
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