Ceontez L. Tucker

October 22, 2000March 27, 2018
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Ceontez L. Tucker, 17, student at Northeast Magnet High School passed away March 27, 2018. Ceontez was very happy young man, he was loved by all, had an infectious smile that just made you smile back at him and will be missed dearly. He is preceded by his brother Lestat “Bubba” Daniel. Survived by his guardians and caregivers Eric and Karen Hodge, siblings Jennifer (Keith) Hare, Samantha Tull, Jerod Chastain, 2 nieces, 3 nephews, his beloved dog Wolfe and his birth mother Riska Tucker. Celebration of Life Service, 2pm, Tues. April 3, 2018 at Hillside Funeral Home West Chapel.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Ceontez L. Tucker

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Josie Gibson

April 4, 2018

Ceontez stole my heart with that great smile! For a while I was the only one he would give kisses to. When teased about giving kisses to anyone else he thought that was so so funny! I love him & will miss him!
He was so blessed to have my brother Eric & sister in-law Karen
as his loving parents!
Josie Gibson (aunt)

Linda McGuire

April 3, 2018

Atondra, my sincere condolences to you and your daughter . And the entire Tucker Family. May God Give You The Strength That You need to, endure your loss. That young man, Fought A good fight. Blessings to you All.

Vickie Rutherford

April 2, 2018

Ceontez could always bring a smile to anyone's face. He was such a special person. Much Love and prayers to all of his family and friends.

carrie smith

April 2, 2018

My sweet boy. My heart aches that I'll never get to see that smile of yours again. I will always keep our memories deep within my heart. I cherish our time we had together. We laughed and laughed. And even on my bad days when I came to take care of you, you would smile and laugh and every time that always took my bad days and turned it around. Even when you had moments of being stubborn and I said " don't be a "butthead" you laughed and from then on that's what I would call you. I'm so happy that you are free now. And running around with Bubba. I love you sweet boy, and I'll never forget our times together. Thank you for allowing me to be apart of your life. I will never forget you or the bond we had. We love you.
Love Carrie. Allie, and Dominic

Harry Simpson

April 1, 2018

Godspeed Ceontez... A beautiful butterfly now free of its binding cocoon.

Yvonne Thompkins

April 1, 2018

Atondra I am Praying for you and your Family! May the Peace of God surround you!😍😍😍

Clarissa Fiedler

April 1, 2018

Cute, sweet, and handsome little Ceontez! How I remember his most beautiful smiles and giggles when I would visit--and how he loved music. I remember seeing him would pout and turn away when he wasn't happy about something. He could let you know, but smiles and giggles were more the norm. Such a delightfully precious child! Thank you for loving him and giving him safety and security for 15 years as your child, for watching over him day and night, through doctor visits, surgeries, and troubles of every kind.

Dave, Tifona and I are so sorry for your loss. Know that Christ is also touched with the feelings of your griefs and trials and He understands (Hebrews 4:14-16). He has felt so many griefs and sorrows (Isaiah 53) and will bring them all to an end. As you grieve, I pray that God will comfort you with the blessed hope of seeing him restored to perfect health and ability at the coming of our Lord who died and rose to make it possible. I remember our talking about this several times and know you have always looked forward to that day. May this hope lessen your grief and fix your focus on the wonderful realities beyond-- when death and pain are past and you can be reunited with both Ceontez and Bubba.

You are an inspiration! Thank you! Keep loving and protecting all those who need it. Keep looking to God for strength. Wish we could be there.
With all our love and prayers,
The Fiedler family

Shirley Wilson

March 30, 2018

My heart goes out to Ceontez’ family. He was such a treasure, had a wonderful sense of humor, and could light up my classroom, along with his best buddy, Nehemiah. He left footprints on my heart and will never be forgotten. Shirley Wilson, his teacher grades 2-5.