Mr. Kelvin Toriaho Walton, Jr. was born in Randolph County, Georgia on July 28, 1993 to the parentage of Ms. Felicia D. Angry and Mr. Kelvin T. Walton, Sr. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Mr. Emanuel Bridges, Mrs. Bertha Bridges and Ms. Mary Dell Angry
Mookie’s greatest achievement was receiving his GED at the Zone in Sumter County. He furthered his educational goals at South Georgia Technical College before transferring to South Georgia State College. He was a fashion fanatic and enjoyed playing basketball and clowning around with family and friends.
He was reared by his grandparents, Mr. Wayne (Betty) Bridges and his devoted step-father, Mr. Eddie Brown of Americus, GA; he also leaves to cherish his memories, his pride and joy a daughter, Ms. Jalia M. Walton; a very special friend, Ms. Jalecia M. Smith, Americus, GA; a loving and devoted sister, Ms. Berlisha Walton, Americus, GA; his brothers, Mr. Eddie Brown, IV, Mr. Jahiem Walton, Americus, GA and Mr. Jykobie Brown, Leslie, GA; his great grandmother, Ms. Annie Rose Bridges, Americus, GA; four step-brothers and three step-sisters; his aunts, Ms. Elizabeth Milton, Americus, GA, Ms. Teresa Williams, Ms. Hatasha Holliness and a devoted aunt, Ms. Gennifer M. Bridges all of Fort Walton Beach, FL; his great aunts, Ms. Beulah Angry and Ms. Elizabeth Mable of Americus, GA; uncles, Mr. Anthony W. Bridges, Wrightsville, GA, Mr. William “Big Will” Morgan, Jr., Americus, GA, Mr. Michael Morgan, Valdosta, GA, Mr. Charlie L. Walton, Mr. James Walton and Mr. Willie Walton all of Americus, GA; and a host of other relatives and friends, including his devoted crew, Savion Bridges, Leroy Henderson, Junior King, Leon Walton, D. J. James, Andy Smith, Shemiah Cannon, Shy’nika Long, Berlisha Walton, Tityana Cannon and Brianna Angry also survive.