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Fabian R Smith

January 16, 1988 - February 19, 2017

Burial Date February 25, 2017

Visitation:  Saturday, February 25, 2017 1:00pm at Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 3113 20th Street Gulfport, MS 39501

Service:  Saturday, February 25, 2017 2:00pm at Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 3113 20th Street Gulfport, MS 39501

Burial:  Evergreen Cemetery

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Fabian Smith was born in Gulfport, MS on January 17, 1988 to Alethea Wren and Eric Sharkey.  He was the first child born to Alethea Wren.  He accepted Chirst at a very young age.  He attended Gulfport High School in Gulfport, MS, and Lonestar College in Houston, TX.  Fabian preferred to work in positions where he was able to provide customer service and meet new people.  He was very talented and enjoyed rapping as a hobby.  He did not meet a stranger.  To know him is to love him.  He was definitely an extrovert with a great sense of humor.  Fabian enjoyed every moment of life and his personality was portrayed via social media and posting videos that included him rapping, dancing, and laughing.  He loved kids.  He thought he was a model.  He enjoyed shopping, dressing well, and getting a fresh haircut.  He was known as “Fabe” and “Fabe-O”.

While residing in Texas, Fabian positively impacted the lives of so many.  He will be loved and missed by family and friends in Dallas, Paris, Houston, and all over Mississippi.

Fabe departed this life on February 19, 2017, and was preceded in death by his great grandparents, Rosie Bell and Oscar Smith, of Gulfport, MS.

He leaves to cherish the memories of his life with those who loved him the most; his devoted parents, Alethea and Robert Wren (Houston, TX); protective grandparents, Christine and Jerry Tillie (Long Beach, MS); grandmother Mary Sharkey (Gulfport, MS); brothers Carlos Hollaway, Devon Watson, Tavaris Moore, and Delmontraz Casey (Gulfport, MS); and beautiful sisters, Marquel Mitchell, and Bianca Smith (Houston, TX).  Fabe had a special relationship with his aunts, Marie “Pookie” Smith, Tabitha “TT Tab” Jackson, Tishona “Tee Smith”, and Yalonda “Nita” Veal; and a host of loving additional aunts, uncles, cousins, and countless friends.

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