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Kelvin LaShon Lomax

January 1, 1988 ~ December 5, 2020 (age 32)

Obituary

Mr. Kelvin Lashon Lomax, 32, of Thomasville, Georgia, formerly of Cartersville, Georgia passed away suddenly on Saturday, December 5, 2020.

A Funeral Service will be held Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 12:00PM (Noon) at Mack Eppinger and Sons Funeral Home Chapel, 210 North Bartow Street, Cartersville, Georgia 30120. The body will lie in state from 11:00AM until the hour of service.

Due to COVID-19 regulations and guidelines, physical distancing practices will be in place, and MASK ARE REQUIRED for those that will be admitted to the service. The family is the main concern during this time of bereavement and space will be limited. We have to ensure the family is able to attend the service, so there is a possibility of some friends not being admitted . However, the service will be LIVE-STREAMED.

Kelvin LaShon Lomax Sr., was born in Calhoun, Georgia on January 1, 1988 to Shanita Lomax and Deshannon Davis. He is known as Little Shun to family near and far. Kelvin accepted the Lord as his Savior at an early age and was very passionate about his ministry and serving the Lord. He was a member of the Praise Team , the choir and was a leader in Mime Ministry at Thankful Baptist Church of Kennesaw. Mime was a passion in which he used to spread the Lord's word and always uplift others. Everyone that knew Kelvin, knew he loved to dance. He recently joined the social media craze, TikTok gaining 28.9K followers, where you can see him ministering through mime to uplift others.

Shun was an all out sportsman, he coached and played on many football teams over the years which led him to winning a championship ring. Shun helped inspire many on and off the field through his coaching and playing. Kelvin loved football and his favorite team was Florida State University. Shun enjoyed watching football games and "beating the breaks off" his brothers and father in Madden. When he wasn't playing the game, he would throw-down in the kitchen.

Kelvin graduated in 2010 from Turner Job Corps Center for Culinary Arts. He was an amazing chef and his food business "Special K" was one of the ways he connected with the community around him. Kelvin enjoyed cooking and sharing meals with his family. He often jumped into the family "cook-offs" to prove he was the better cook during our family gatherings, boy are we going to miss his Mac-N-Cheese! He enjoyed grilling out and took great pride in his preparations, bringing the family together. Full of fun, laughter and jokes.

Shun enjoyed spending time with family, friends and the community. He enjoyed making people laugh and did an amazing job at making everyone he came across feel loved. Shun orchestrated the Juneteenth Celebration. He helped to plan the events that are held once a month on Summer Hill, focusing on bringing the community together to support the growth of small businesses.

Kelvin loved his children most of all, and enjoyed spending quality time with them.

He is preceded in death by his Grandmother, Katie Bell Lomax and his Aunt Kimberly Ford.

He is survived by his children; Teagan Lomax, Amari Lomax, Kelsey Lomax, and Kelvin Lomax, Jr.; father, Deshannon Davis (Judy); mother, Shanita Lomax; sisters, Veronica Lomax, Kendra Montgomery, Katrina Davis and Mercedes Williams; brothers, Adam Davis (Heather), Ray Montgomery,Jr. and Xavier Davis (Christina); fiance', Keshundra Wheeler; his beloved dog, Roxy; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Condolences may be expressed at: www.mackeppingerfuneralhome.com

Mack Eppinger and Sons Funeral Service, Inc. are in charge of the arrangements.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Kelvin LaShon Lomax, please visit our floral store.


Services

Funeral Service
Saturday
December 12, 2020

12:00 PM
Mack Eppinger and Sons Funeral Home
210 N. Bartow Street
Cartersville, GA 30120

Video is available for this event


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