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It is with profound sadness that Megail Trammell, of Lanett, AL and Anthony Whitlow, of Cartersville, Georgia must share in devastation and complete heartache that our precious, son Ampmeko Zyquan Trammell, age 19 who was called from this life to intern at Heaven's Gate on Friday, August 25, 2023. "Meko" as he was affectionately called, was a wonderful son, very caring and respectful and will forever live through the hearts of those who knew and loved him. We ask for your continued prayers as we grasp to God's Unchanging Hand while we sort through life without "Meko" here physically.
In Loving Memory Of Ampmeko Zyquan"Meko" Trammell
Ampmeko Zyquan Trammell affectionally known as “Meko” departed from this life on August 25, 2023, at the age of 19. Meko was born July 29, 2004, as the eldest son to his mother, Megail Trammell, and father, Anthony Whitlow in Lanett, Alabama where he lived as a resident. Meko was a beautiful soul, a caring and respectable young man.
Meko was reared in Roanoke, Alabama where he made friends with his peers when he attended Knight Enloe Elementary School and later Handley Middle School. Meko’s family later moved to Lanett, where he attended Lanett Middle School. He completed his studies at Lanett High School and graduated with the Lanett High School class of 2022. While in High School, he was on the Lanett “Panthers” football team; and was also a baseball player. Despite his athletic achievements, Meko remained humble. Meko was an all-around great young man; his parents never had any problems with him. He was a sociable young man; Meko and his friends would spend time together at the West Point Dam, where he loved fishing. Meko was jovial with all his family and friends. He was vibrant and colorful. His favorite colors were red and blue. Meko loved living his life to the fullest. Meko had many passions, he LOVED — LOVED — LOVED Church’s Chicken and Yianni's in The Valley. His "dream car" was the Scat Pack Charger. He was a very responsible young man being employed with Interface in West Point, Georgia as a set-up technician. Meko’s greatest joy was spending time with family, especially his grandparents. Meko and his family were members of Rehope Baptist Church, where he was baptized under the leadership of the Reverend Dr. H. L. Jones.
Meko leaves a flood of very precious memories to be shared with his mother, Megail Trammell (Robert Harris) of Lanett, Alabama, and father Anthony and Angelica Whitlow of Cartersville, Georgia; Luther McCray like a father to Meko; Margie and Albert Owensby who loved and cared for Meko like parents; seven devoted siblings: Timmeka Trammell, Lutravion McCray, Mikael Smith, Breanna Whitlow, SaDaijah Whitlow, Veronica Margarito and Adrian Margarito; Paternal Grandparents: Monique Bell-Whitlow (pre-deceased) Jarome Whitlow; Maternal Grandparents: Shirley Trammell and Michael Phillips; Meko’s beloved high school sweetheart of three years, Aukeeviah Chelcy; and a host of friends and family along with the Lanett High School Class Of 2022 to reflect on Meko’s warm spirit.
PASTOR: Reverend Dr. H. L. Jones, Pastor, Rehope Baptist Church, Lafayette, AL
OFFICIATING: Reverend Calvin Trammell, Pastor, Canaan Baptist Church, (Welch Community) Roanoke, AL
EULOGIST: Reverend Mark Phillips, Rehope Missionary Baptist Church, Lafayette, AL
OTHER MINISTERS SHARING THE ROSTER: Reverend Calvin Trammell (Canaan Baptist Church, Welch), Elder Keith Nolan (New Life Worship Center, Roanoke), Reverend Gilbert Staples (First Baptist Church, Roanoke), Reverend Kelsey Barnes (Goodsell United Methodist Church, Lanett), Reverend Mark Phillips (Rehope Baptist Church, Lafayette)
VOCALISTS: Elder Keith Nolan, Ms. Angela Roundtree
ACTIVE PALLBEARERS: Family & Friends
FLOWER BEARERS: Family & Friends
PLEASE NOTE MASKING CONSIDERATIONS...
The State of Alabama does not have a state-wide mask mandate however, WE ASK all visitors and guests of the family to please note that the incidence of COVID-19 cases throughout Alabama are rising.
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Our sincere prayers for comfort and peace are sent forth during this time of sadness; and as always, we express deepest gratitude to our communities for sharing with the Trammell and Whitlow families during the very difficult loss of their young adult son, Meko.