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Alyyus Jacobi Michael Enoexpettiford passed away on June 14, 2024 at just 16 years old. Alyyus was a young man with a great sense of humor and a lot of love to give. Born on December 12, 2007 to Michael Enoexpettiford and Remel Brantley in South Bend, Indiana. Alyyus loved skateboarding, anime, and his close relationship with his sister Makayla. Family meant everything to Alyyus. He adored his family and was always happy to be surrounded by their love and laughter. Alyyus was a very polite, respectable, and sweet young man known for his charming smile. Alyyus was a loving son and the little boy with four sisters.

Alyyus’ legacy will live on in the lives of his parents, Michael Enoexpettiford and Remel Brantley. He also cherished his siblings, Ke’ara, Qiana, Summer and Makayla, as well as many aunts, uncles, honorary family members and friends he loved. Alyyus’ paternal parents, Denise Bradley and Michael Enoexpettiford Sr., his maternal great-grandmother, Marjorie Reynolds, his great-grandfather, Calvin Montgomery, and his cousin, Keshawn Tyler, predeceased him.

Alyyus’ family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers, kindness and donations. Special thanks to Principal Shawn Henderson, Riley High School, South Bend Community School Corporation, South Bend City Council, Boyd & Son Funeral Home, Laymen Chapel Church and the entire community during this difficult time as we continue to seek justice for Alyyus’ untimely and senseless death.

Alyyus’ public funeral service will be held on Friday, June 21. The viewing will be from 10:00 a.m. to noon (EST) at Laymen Chapel Church, 303 S. Kenmore Street, South Bend, with Pastor Terrell Jackson officiating.

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