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Obituary for Lamar Dion Nicks
Lamar Nicks was born to the late Joseph E. Nicks and mother Yvonne Durant Nicks, he was born on June 14, 1978 in Brooklyn, NY. Lamar was the second child of four born to this union. He was doted on by his sister and brothers who all loved this champion of a brother. Lamar was a good friend to many, the biggest NY Nicks fan, whose biggest joy was his daughter, Lilah Simone Davis-Nicks. Lamar worshiped the ground she walked on and that same feeling was reciprocated by her. Lamar grew up in Brooklyn, NY and at the age of 10, moved to Middletown, NY with his family. He enjoyed being the life of the party, telling jokes, making people laugh and not knowing when to be quiet. Lamar should've been a comedian. He was easy to talk to and kept an open mind. He always tried to see the good in every situation. Lamar always took care of everyone no matter what his situation. Lamar always took care of everyone no matter his situation. Lamar attended Middletown High School and played Varsity Basketball, afterward attended O.C.C.C. He also worked at Horton Hospital. In addition to his daugher Lilah Nicks, he is survived by his mother Yvonne Nicks, Brothers; Lamont and Jemel Nicks, and his sister Shantel Nicks, all of Middletown. Yvette Figueora, his aunt Rachel Smith, Tracy Nicks, Patricia Bradley, Alice Nicks, Bernadette Davis and her husband Dean, Deborah and John Wilson, and a host of nieces, nephews, uncles, and aunts.
My beloved brother- I will miss you so much. My heart is so sad knowing that I won't get to see you or hear your voice anymore. I hope you are at peace. I love you forever... Sham, Lamont, Jemel, and loving mother.