Kwame Kapri McElroy, 20. Sunrise April 10, 1990 – Sunset October 27, 2010. His life wold ssem too short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of existence far exceed the quantity of tme in which one lives.
Kwame leaves behind his parents Krala McElroy and Victor Harvison, stepfather John McGrew, children Xavieer Cunningham, Zariah Miior Gray, Kwame Kapri McElroy Jr. and Zamyah Michelle McElroy, siblings Tracy, Keshawn and Kataya McElroy and Korya Carpenter, grandparents and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
Kwame was a person that loved you no matter what. He displayed a love that Christ displayed for you and I regardless of your faults. He knew how to love unconditionally. He had a special love for his two little sisters Korya and Kataya that was near and dear to his heart. Kwame enjoyed playing basketball and football. The last thing on Kwame's mind was the assurance that his children wold be loved and properly cared for and nurture. He also had a special place in his heart for his children's mothers no matter what their difference may have been.