Stephan Shaquille Wilson, affectionately known as “Shaq”, began his life on July 15, 1993 to the parentage of Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Wilson, Sr. (LaTonya Sterling-Wilson) in Anniston, Alabama.
At an early age, Shaq accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. He attended Mars Hill Baptist Church along with his grandmother, the late Rosa B. Wilson.
Shaq was a product of the Calhoun County School System via Saks High School.
In March of 2020, Shaq met the love of his life, Vekita Mason, who had future plans of making his wife. Unfortunately, God called him home before he was able to do so.
On January 9, 2023, a beloved father, son, brother, and friend was called up to heaven in the comfort of his home in Hobson City, Alabama. Although his Earthly journey has ended, his Eternal journey has begun. He was welcomed at the Pearly Gates by Granny Rose, Mombo, Grandaddy Alex, Grandaddy Calvin, Uncle Joe and Uncle Maurice.
Shaq’s legacy will continue through: his fiancé, Vekita Mason; his children, Ziyanah Douthard, JaCarion Wilson, NiShawn Wilson, Auburee Douthard, Keaton Wilson, and Dhylan Wilson; his parents, LaTonya Sterling (Darrel Adams) and Shawn A. Wilson, Sr. (Celeste Wilson); his siblings, Cordaryl Cunningham, Sheoka Hamby, Shawn (Shundrika Wilson, Jr. Kamecha Hamby, and Nicholas (Tiara) Wilson; his aunts, Tracy (Darren) Williams, Adrianne Wilson, Noble Jean Blackwell, and Maggie Taylor; his uncles, Selwyn (Felicia) Sterling, Kelvin Sterling, Juanice (Jannie) Wilson, Cedric Mason, and Roderick (Letcia) Wilson; his cousins, Robert Sterling, Jr., Stacey Wilson (Demetrius Wright), Quinton (Bethany) Sterling, Adina Sterling-Clark, Marisha (Drucilla) Wilson, and Deodrick Wilson; his god-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Terry (Stephanie) Walker; and a host of nieces and nephews. Shaq had a passion for making people happy and showing love. He loved to dance and show his beautiful smile.
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