In 1988 born to Vicki Prater a native to Atlanta, GA, and Mark Williams a native to Charlotte North Carolina, Marquise Antonio Prater was born. As a child, he was a great baby and developed and grew to become a good student.
Marquise attended Forest Park Middle School located in Forest Park, GA. There he enjoyed basketball and played on the baseball team and ROTC. He was a great student and made good grades in school. Marquise enjoyed fashion and dressing in the best of clothes and shoes.
Marquise attended and graduated from Morrow High School in Morrow GA. He played football and baseball at Morrow High. Marquise had the most amazing smile, laughter and a very humble spirit. He enjoyed traveling and spending time with family. He was a very loyal friend. When he loves you, he never wants to let you go, If you are in his heart, he kept you there. Marquise had a way with people if you called you brother, you never forgot the way he said it; followed by I love you brother or sister. Marquise loves his mother and father.
He worked for his father at the Right Path Youth Foundation. Where he helped the underserved needs of dysfunctional people and feeding the hungry and poor. He also worked with his father at Big Silk Films where he promoted, “Stop The Violence” he traveled the world and enjoyed it.
At the age of 16, he released his first CD called the street Committee with Bobby Black and LT. He recently recorded a maxiese single songs title “Go Crazy”, “Otta Here” and “Serve Dad” all being released on Big Silk Entertainment.
Marquise music is on all platforms under “Kedo The Great”. He is a writer and composer of music, young legend. He attended Right Path Ministries located in Forest Park, GA, now Marquise is a child of God.
Zaylee, your father Marquise loves you more than anything in this world and he wanted you to know this. Proceeded him in death are grandmother’s Mrs. Betty Mitchell and Mrs. Mary Howie, grandfather Mr. Willie F. Evans and step father Vabbe Prater.
Marquise A. Prater is survived by his daughter Zaylee Prater; mother Vicky Prater, father Mark A. Williams; two sister Vestrio Green and husband Waren Green, brother-in-Law, Osia Williams; four brothers Mark A. Williams, Jr., Maruice A. Prater, Ryan Vargas and Prince Anthony Moore; grandmother Mrs. Ruth P. Evans and grandfather Mr. Benjamin Prater ; nieces and nephews also one aunt Pastor Cynthia Williams of Charlotte, N.C., cousins DJ Williams, Belinda Williams, Keke Williams and one uncle Walter “Skeet” Williams, one great uncle Mr. Walter Howie and a host of nieces, nephews, Aunts, uncles, cousins and other family and friends.
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