"Let not your heart be troubled ye
believe in God believe also in me."
REMEMBERING . . . .
2015 - 2022
Today we come together to celebrate
the life of Drahcir Dylan Ajay
Brooks, a beautiful son, brother and
godson whose beautiful life came to
a setting close January 2, 2022. The
Master called Drahcir home after
enduring a lengthy battle of asthma.
Drahcir was born October 22, 2015,
to the loving parents of Ajita Brooks
and Jacob Schul. When Drahcir
was three months old, he met the
love of his life, his godmother, who
raised him along with his mom.
Amina loved and cherished him as if
he were her own. There was nothing
in this world that Amina wouldn't
do for Drahcir.
Drahcir was a first grader at the
Waterfront Elementary School. He
enjoyed reciting the Pledge of
Allegiance to the flag in the morning
at school. Drahcir also loved going
to church and riding the metro bus.
He was full of life and was loved by
many people. Drahcir also loved
li bask tball and dreamed of being a
fire . Although his life was short,
heloved life to the fullest. His
laughter, humor, and kindness
touched everyone he met, and his
presence will truly be missed. But
he left a lifetime of memories.
He was preceded in death by his
grandmother, Zenobia Brooks.
The keepers of Drahcir's memories
will forever be embraced by: his
parents, Ajita Brooks and Jacob
Schul; brother, James Boyce, Jr.;
grandfather, Tarry Patterson; god
mother, Amina Caesar; god brother
Jeremiah Ceaser; god sister, Amira
Ceasar; Nannie, Bernadine Harvey;
auntie, Theresa; extended god
parents Sharifa Richardson and
Shantiqua Ridgeway; and a host of
other relatives and friends.
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