Ti’ gean Rashawn Williams affectionately known as “Mann” gained his heavenly wings peacefully on Tuesday, June 6, 2023
Mann attended Chesterfield County schools and was currently enrolled in Crenshaw Elementary School (HomeBound) in which he excelled. Tigean would get bored every day and say I’m Bored to the point the teacher had to give him harder work each day.
To know Mann was to love Mann! Mann was funny, loving, caring, and kind, He loved life. Mann Loved God and would often lead the family in prayer and remind them to pray daily. Mann was the life of the party.
Mann is preceded in death by his great-grandmother, Junne-Anne Holt
Mann leaves to cherish her precious memories his mother, Shatonia Sledge; father, Orlando Macklin; dad, Raashawn Williams; devoted sister, Leiya; sister Shawnia; brothers Lil Shawn and Keivon; grandmothers, Senta Sledge and Tonette Jones; grandads, Clarence Crawford Jr. and Nathaniel Jetter Sr; great grandmother, Virginia Crawford; great-grandfather, Clarence Crawford Sr.; eight aunts (two devoted), Shamekia Sledge-Gibson (Uncle Marcus), Tiana Jetter, Danita, Christian Holt, Tina, Nikki, Jamille and Taylor; uncles, Chaz, Bee, Leroy, Akeem, and Breeze; a host of cousins, Mya, Jr, Jaiden, Booby, Hanson, Ava, Aja, Nori, Miracle, Brooke, Sydney, Bryce, Big Tiff, Symoine, Monique, Jasenta, Jsiah, John Jacob, Ahli, Boosie, Peanut, Erika, Man Man and a host of other family members.
Ti”gean was loved by so many and had a great support system. Mann Loved his family, his Marvel action figures, and his truck. His favorite car was the HELLCAT!!!! Mann and his big sister would play Fortnite for hours. He loved the ladies and would often request he be fly!!! Mann loved his mom and his father they were his everything.
A viewing will be held from 11 a.m. to Noon on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, with a service to follow at Noon at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memory Gardens.
Mann had a rare lung disease called Surfactant Protein-C Deficiency. He fought a good fight! Mann never complained he was a true fighter. He had one of the BEST Teams that he was being treated by Dr. Schechter and Dr. Kimbrough and the awesome staff at MVC. He also traveled by a private jet (which he enjoyed) to Chop Hospital in Philadelphia, they have become our extended family. We are forever grateful for them going above and beyond for Mann. They made sure Mann was well and comfortable during his many hospital stays.