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Michael William Strange

August 18, 1979 October 16, 2018
Michael William Strange
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Obituary for Michael William Strange

He attended AO Sexton Elementary and Dunbar Vocational Academy High School. Sometime after, Michael went on to meet and marry Aimee Yvette Caffie on March 18,2004 where he gained a stepdaughter Soncerae Juanae Patterson at the age of two, where he took her in as his own. Soon after was born a daughter lmani Marquee Strange and a son Michael William Alexander Strange. December 2013, is when he then moved his family to Charleston IL where they would begin a new start. Michael moved on to Sullivan IL, where he resided until death. Michael William Strange was born August 18, 1979 in Chicago IL to Gail Renee and Michael Strange who later proceeded him in death. Michael gained a loving and wonderful stepfather Paul Stewart. Michael had two brothers Torrance Martin and Terrell Martin of Savannah Georgia. Michael was also very talented, he often spent time writing and collaborating with others on his music. He had a voice of an angel and was captured by many who knew him as Doc Boi Jr, which is a name he took and carried on after his late father. Michael started work for a company named Hydro Gear, where he continued on until death. He leaves behind to cherish precious memories: his daughters, lmani Marquee Strange, Soncerae Juanae Patterson, Nichelle Phillips, DiAsia Strange, sons Quincy Michael Alexander Strange and Michael William Strange Jr. and a host of aunts uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews from both sides.

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