Andre Jerrod Davis

Andre Jerrod Davis was born to Valencia Crenshaw,  on January 17, 1986 in LaPorte, Indiana. Andre departed from this life at his home in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Andre was diagnosed with Diabetes at the age of 17. After his diagnosis, he enjoyed listening to Frankie Beverley and Maze and that is what got him through his difficult times and when he wasn’t feeling his best. He became a huge fan and attended as many concerts as possible. He even has a likeness of Frankie Beverly tattooed on his side. Andre was also an avid New Orleans Pelicans fan.

Andre loved spending time with his family. His niece and nephews were the stars in his eyes and his "Chipmunk" was the love of his life. His smile was infectious and heart was made of gold.

Andre being the oldest of Valencia's children was the glue that kept them all together. He developed a sense of responsibility for his sister Dalancia and his brothers Trea and Kmauri like no other. He forged a bond with each one of them that is timeless and unbreakable. Andre was the silent yet stern sibling that kept it all together.

He leaves behind to mourn him his mother, Valencia Crenshaw of New Orleans, Louisiana, special father, William Bradley Sr. of Gary, Indiana, his Grandmother, Dorothy Davis of LaPorte, Indiana, his step father, Oscar Collier of Merrillville, Indiana; four brothers, Trea Blash and Kmauri Collier both of Michigan City, Indiana,  Gage Bradley of Indianapolis, Indiana and William Bradley Jr of Merrillville, Indiana; three sisters Dalancia Blash of Michigan City, Indiana, Porsha Bradley of Atlanta, Georgia and Courtney Bradley of Indianapolis, Indiana; his special love, Talisha Roberts of Michigan City, Indiana his "chipmunk" Ahmya Tucker of Michigan City, Indiana; one niece Sa'Lay Blash of Michigan City, Indiana, three nephews, Nassier Harper, Jmyre Blash and King Blash all of Michigan City, Indiana and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers.

He was preceeded in death by his grandfather Richard Crenshaw and his great grandparents Henry and Sallie Pate.





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