Asie Lashawn Washington, a native of Alma and a resident of Walker Springs was born May 6, 1988, the first child born to Asie Lee Pritchett and Terette Washington. Asie, affectionately known as "Paper Boy", left many broken hearts when the Lord called him home on November 2, 2012.
He was a member of Antioch African Methodist Episcopal Church of Gainestown. Asie attended Jackson High School and was a 2007 graduate of Frisco City High School. He was employed with Refra Chem Linings. He was an inspiration to many people.
He was preceded in death by his beloved grandfather, Rollie Pritchett, Sr., and four uncles, Richard, Willie Ray, Clarence Earl, and Sgt. Elisha Pritchett.
Left to cherish his memories are his loving and devoted parents, Mr. Asie Lee Pritchett and Ms. Terette Washington, both of Walker Springs; his loving son, Asie Lashawn Washington Jr., (and his mother, Kayla Jordan) of Pensacola, Florida; he will also be cherished in the hearts of three sisters, Deidre, Cassandra, and Kelsey Washington, all of Walker Springs; four brothers, Brian and Darnell Washington, both of Walker Springs, Jamarkion and Donterrius Frowner, both of Manila; paternal grandmother, Ruthie Mae Pritchett of Walker Springs; maternal grandparents, McNeal and Carrie Lee Washington of Gainestown.
Loving memories will live forever in the hearts of his aunts and uncles, Helen (Bennie) Council, Sr. of Choctaw Bluff; Rawleigh (Marie) Pritchett Jr., Velma P. Leggett, Clausell (Peggy) Pritchett, Sr., Waymon (Gladys) Pritchett, Calvin (Susie) Pritchett, Sr., Sadie P. Harris, McAuthur Pritchett, Kenneth Pritchett, Valerie (Leonard) Jackson, Jr., Katherine (Gary) Pugh, all of Walker Springs, and Viola (Ray) Smith, Sr. of Mobile; Thelma (Eligha) Washington, Earnest Washington, Anita Washington, Auther Washington, Lendon Washington, Martin Washington, Victoria Washington, Vickey Washington, Carrie Washington, Mildred (Tracey) Williams, Wendy Washington and Marsha Washington, all of Gainestown; 10 great aunts, 11 great-uncles, one great-great aunt, Mary Kemp of Mobile; three nephews; two devoted, Deyunte' and Jamoz Jackson of Walker Springs; a host of cousins, three devoted, Dennis and Kayla Washington of Gainestown, and Clarence Smith of Tuscaloosa; a very loving and devoted fiancé, Daneshia Williams of Choctaw Bluff.
Services will be held Sat. Nov. 10, 11 a.m. at Greater Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church of Walker Springs; Rev. Mulvoy Taylor, pastor and eulogist. Burial in Hotel Hill Cemetery. Condolences to the family at www.viewobit.com. Services with sympathetic care and legendary professionalism entrusted to Andrews Funeral Home, Jackson.