Services for the young man shot and killed at 25th and Norman March 29 will be held today (Tuesday) and Wednesday, according to an obituary published on the Serenity Funeral Home website.
K’Breyan “KB” Clark would have turned 20 in two weeks.
The visitation will be from 6–8 p.m. Tuesday at Restoration Bible Church in South Seattle. The funeral service starts at 11 a.m. Wednesday at 28th and Jackson’s Tabernacle Baptist Church. He will be buried at Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Bellevue.
From the Serenity Funeral Home website:
K’Breyan ‘KB’ Clark was born on April 23, 1993 and called home on March 29, 2013. KB attended Meeker Middle School, Duncanville High School (TX) and received his G.E.D. in June of 2010. KB played all sports but excelled in basketball and played on many AAU teams. More recently, KB fell in love with driving, buying and fixing cars. On January 29, 2012 KB’s life changed with the birth of his son, K’Breyan Deshawn Clark, who he loved immensely.
KB accepted Christ at an early age while attending a Union Gospel Mission youth program and urged his parents to do the same and attend church. He was a charter member of Restoration Bible Church and was one of the first members to be baptized. While at Restoration Bible Church, KB was very active in the Youth Ministry.
KB was a huge presence and his smile lit up a room. KB had swag and style and always had on a new pair of shoes and a new fit. He loved to sing, dance, rap and write music. A song he wrote was recently published which made him very happy. He also had such a great sense of humor that will be sorely missed. KB was such a loving, giving, and kind young man. He was always giving to others be it from his lunch money during his younger years to taking all of the change from his mother’s car to give to someone on the street.
KB had dreams of owning his own business and being a rap star. If you ever met KB you knew that he was someone special and born to leave an impact in this world.
Anti-violence group Standing in the Gap held a prayer vigil at 25th and Norman last week, calling for an end to youth violence in the city.