On April 21, 1999 in High Point, NC, Shanetta Bostic and Ricco Washington were blessed with their son, Tyquan Von Ricco Washington.
Tyquan attended T. Wingate Andrews. He enjoyed spending time with his family and many friends whom affectionately called him “Hefe.” At an early age Tyquan fell in love with gymnastics; you would always find him turning flips. He had a passion for football, singing and dancing. He was the life of any event and there was never a dull moment when Tyquan was around. His smile and witty character kept everyone smiling and laughing.
On February 12, 2018 he received his eternal call home. He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal great-grandparents.
Those left to cherish his fond memories are his mother, Shanetta Bostic (Jamel Drack) of the home; father, Ricco Washington, Charlotte, NC, three brothers, Zyricc, Jyheem and Tavion Washington of the home; three sisters, Asia McQueen, Kameryn and Kiersten Parsons, all of Charlotte, NC; maternal grandparents, Shirlene Horne, Sherman (Jackie) Neal of Conyers, GA, Amanda (David) Jamison; paternal grandparents, Pastor Diane (James) Barber, and Joseph (Tawanna) Barrino; paternal great grandparents, Martha Copney-Wardlaw; two aunts, Fantasia (Kendall) Taylor and Rashanna Barrino; five uncles, Scottie and Stevie Horne, Joseph and Xavier Barrino, Rondrigus Davis; his godmothers, Nicky Lucas and Contessa Ledwell; godfather, Darren Mason; he also leaves a host of cousins and friends whom loved him dearly, among them a very special friend, Jamia Badger.