D-man had a passion for rapping and gambling. He was the life of the party everywhere he went. He had a way of making a “bad situation” funny (if you Dman than you know). He enjoyed family gatherings he would come in like “Hey Ya’ll” He would make you mad one day then turn around and make you laugh the next. His goofy spirit will forever leave an impression in your heart. He will be deeply missed and forever remembered.
D-man was preceded in death by daughter, Baby Aaliyah Evans; grandmothers, Sylvia (Sue) Williams and Pearlie Mae Evans; grandfather, Clinton Darryl Williams; great aunt, Addie Thornton; aunt, Traci Lynn Simmons, and cousin, Kennedy Parker Hunter.
He is survived by his mother and father, Sharon D. Evans, Clinton D Williams (Teresa); sister, Kenya Evans; daughter, Aniya Courtney Evans (Ashley Harding); nephews, Kylan and Kyrie Williams; aunts, Nikita Evans of Florida, Crystal Evans of Texas, Carletta (Anthony) Collins, Marita Williams, Nora Williams, Tonya (Teon Sr.) Wynn; uncle, Rainer Evans III (Shelia); step-siblings, Clifton, John, Kenny, Dawnielle, Donovan, and Kenyon; best friend, Chey “Dolla” Norment and a host of cousins and great cousins.