Obituary for DeMarcus Lane
DeMarcus Spencer Lane passed away peacefully in the arms of his parents on August 5th, 2017. During his ten years here on earth he touched many lives and was loved very deeply by his family and friends. DeMarcus loved having sweet talks with his mommy, just the two of them. He filled with excitement when he and his dad played video games , especially 2K. DeMarcus enjoyed playing basketball with his brother , and getting hugs and kisses from his sisters all day long. DeMarcus was told "I love you" so many, many times each day. He enjoyed various video games and playing with his cars.
DeMarcus attended the Yates Magnet School in Schenectady, N.Y. He had just finished the fourth grade. He leaves behind to grieve his loss his father Spencer Lane and mother DeMara Dixon Lane, his brother DeMetrius Lane and sisters SeMara and SeMyra Lane. Also survived by grandparents Stephanie Y. Dixon and Veronica T. Lane and Mark Lane. Great Grandparents Helen Kennedy and Willie G. Kennedy.
Grieving aunts and uncles include Destiny McCall, Michele Marshall, Chikera Beckford, Yolanda Shephard, Tanisha Nelson, Natasha Garrett, Byron Marshall, Joel Marshall, Dion Lane, Mark Lane Jr., Anthony Lane, and Brandon Lane. DeMarcus is also survived by 18 first cousins.
Life Story for DeMarcus Lane
Words will never describe how much I love you. You gave me my first job as a mother, and I thank you whole heartedly for that opportunity. My sweet boy I will miss you so much .You were my smiles and hugs.You were a great big brother because your brother and sisters love you so much. I know you're watching over us but you not being here is going to be a hard adjustment. The girls keep asking for you and Metri has his days. You were our rock. There wasn't a day since you got your phone that you didn't call or text me just to say hi, or ask when I was coming home. You always wanted to show me something on YouTube. I'm going to miss you coming in our room and laying on my bed just to watch t.v. or talk. You were so funny and well-spirited. Always willing to help out if needed. I'm going to miss braiding your hair and having to tell you to sit still. You loved when it was done, but didn't like to get it done. We have so many wonderful memories of you. They are everlasting. You have touched so many people. So many people love you. Your friends, family and I are having a hard time understanding and coping with this. Daddy and I are trying hard to be strong. We need your help with that baby.