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God blessed us with one of his angels LeJon Sherrod Hines. LeJon was born on the 18 th day of August 1975 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was given to Barbara Ann Hines and Jon David Hines to love and care for. LeJon was called by many different nicknames “LeJon, Rod, Sherrod, Bam-Bam (he was a strong toddler), or if he was in trouble; you heard “LeJon Sherrod Hines”! Sherrod loved to play practical jokes on his cousins and friends, he was goofy, loved to laugh but was a protector and a comforter of those he loved. At a very young age he accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior and was a member of the Young Peoples Division (YPD) at Avery Chapel AME Church. He attended Highland Park Elementary, Kaiser Elementary, Taft Middle School, and graduated from Northwest Classen High School where he played football and basketball. He was loved by his classmates and known as the class clown. He possessed the biggest humor and always had everyone laughing. One thing about LeJon is that he loved his family. Family meant everything to him. He comes from huges families who are located in Oklahoma and Maryland who loves him dearly and will truly miss him. He enjoyed going fishing, bowling (love talking trash competing against his dad) and spending quality time with family.
God called his son home to walk the streets of gold on August 24, 2021. LeJon leaves behind to cherish his delightful memories: The love of his life Tianna Bostic, his mother and father step-mother Linda Hines, his two daughters: Siearra Nicolette Statum 22, Briana Zhena Hines 21, a son Lashawn Sherrod Hines 14, and a grandson: Tahj Kahari Lashawn Hines 1. A blended family Alexandria, Michelle and her children Alina, Josiah, Rosa, and Sofia; Noel, and her child Nicholai and MaKaylah Bostic. God children: Antuan, Kendric, and Ashley Green. His best friend who was more like a brother from another mother Derick Stanfield, step- sister Tiffany McGee, step-brothers Cory and Sean Shaw. A host of cousins, aunties, uncles, nephews, and nieces.
Toni Lewis says
I started praying for Hines when I first learned of him being ill. I am so sorry for your loss. I continue to pray for your strength and peace in your time of sorrow. I enjoyed working with him at OCHA.