Jevon Maurice Ayala
October 11, 1999 – October 21, 2020
Jevon Maurice Ayala went to be with his Savior, the Father God Almighty on October 21, 2020. He was born October 11, 1999 to Maurice Gary and Tawanna Ayala both of Charlotte, NC. He graduated from Meadowbrook High School in Chesterfield, VA with a degree in general studies.
Upon completion of high school, Jevon moved back to Charlotte where he held a number of jobs. The latest being in the field of solar panel installations. After a few short months on the job, he had become one of the employer’s fearless and tireless workers. He had a knack for tackling some of the toughest jobs as long as he could listen to NBA Youngboy on his speaker.
He was always helpful to those who needed help and enjoyed accomplishing any task set before him. There were few moments when Jevon did not smile. Jevon literally would light up a room as soon as he walked in and lifted everyone’s spirit when they saw him. Although not perfect as none of us are, Jevon was one of the most beautiful spirits to be around. His spirit will live long with each and every one of the people he touched along this journey of life. Jevon will never be forgotten and each day he will be missed more and more until we meet again in the presence of All Mighty God. We will always love you ever more.
Preceding him in death is his paternal grandmother, Edy Gary. Jevon is survived by his mother Tawanna Ayala; father Maurice Gary; sisters Ashley Hudson and Jazmen Gary; brothers Jordan Davis-Ayala and Jair Ayala; brother-in-law Bryan Hudson, maternal grandmother Mary Ayala; grandfather William Ayala, Jr. and his special mother Michelle Gary. Jevon also leaves behind his beloved aunt and uncle Ronnie and Tataleshona Burris and his cousins Ronnie Jr, Reggie and Royal Burris and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and loved ones.
May he always Rest in Peace.
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Jevon Maurice Ayala
November 22, 2020
May you be at peace .although My heart is heavy. You are so special and your spirit is so bright. A true Angel you are. I’ll forever have our high school memories and a video of you smiling. Condolences to the Ayala family.
Keecha Finley (Gaddy)
November 2, 2020
I’m deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. Jevon was one of my students in the after school program. Sending prayers of healing, peace and comfort to the family during this difficult time. My heart goes out to each of you.
Donna P Swan
October 27, 2020
It saddens my heart that you earned your wings so early. I thank Almighty God for blessing me to love you as my grandson, seeing you thru high school, dressing you up for prom and graduation, the laughter your smile and special request for me to make you homemade chicken vegetable soup. Your brother Eli and lil sis Zy and the rest of family will miss you dearly. Love Gma Swan
October 26, 2020
A life taken too soon but one that will have a place in your hearts forever. Remember and cherish the wonderful memories you have. When sadness fills your thoughts - remember he is in a safe and wonderful place where he will be forever protected and loved and he will live on in your hearts. Our heartfelt sympathies.
Anne and Jeff Miller