Tyvihon’s Obituary Tyvihon Kyzier Banks (also known as “TY”) was born on Sunday May 11, 2003, on Mother’s Day, to Andrea Lee Banks at Mary Washington Hospital. He was also the son of Cornelius Antoin Chapman of Woodford VA. Ty lived a great life, and walked into the open gate into the arms of Jesus on March 11, 2019, where he will find happiness and rest. Ty was preceded in death by his uncle, DeBrouski Mathis, Jr., and godmother, Rochelle Duncan. Ty attended Shiloh Baptist Church New Site, where he served as a junior usher, on the children’s choir, and worship leader on Sunday School Days. Ty was baptized on September 6, 2015, by Pastor Anthony A. Parrish, Sr. Before becoming a member at Shiloh New Site, Ty was in attendance at The Salvation Army Church, where he would ride the church bus, and Third Mount Zion. He loved playing basketball, football (VA Tech and the Redskins), wrestling with his brother, and being goofy with his siblings. He also enjoyed family movie nights with popcorn w/extra butter. Most of all, Ty loved being with his family. He played AAU Basketball, Track and Field, and school football. Ty was a sophomore at James Monroe High School and was employed at Dunkin Donuts. He is trusting to give strength to those that he leaves to mourn: his mother, Andrea; father, Cornelius; brother, D’Mari Banks; a sister, Ta’Kiyah Banks; his grandparents, Chanie D. Mathis and DeBrouski P. Mathis of Fredericksburg, VA, Willie A. Banks of Fredericksburg, VA, Darryl Lee of Woodford, VA, and Felicia Chapman (Jose Duin) of Fredericksburg, VA; great-grandparents, Mary Gray of Fredericksburg, VA, and Audrey Banks of Woodford, VA; aunts and uncles, Breya Banks of Fredericksburg, VA, Tenia Mathis of Fredericksburg, VA, Tamaira Chapman of Fredericksburg, VA, Amanda Brown of Spotsylvania, VA, Sarah Weins of Spotsylvania, VA, D’Angelo Mathis of Port Royal, VA, Jeremy Lewis of Richmond, VA, Christopher Chapman of Fredericksburg, VA, Donté Lee of Spotsylvania, VA; godparents, Toshima Brown, DaNikka Brown and Travis Brown; 20 great-aunts and great-uncles; and a host of other relatives and friends. We know God had planned your life and your path had been directed and blessed for 15 years. You taught and molded us with so much love and wisdom, so we thank you for blessing us with all of your love. We will always cherish you and the memories, and we promise never to forget your many acts of unspoken love. The Banks/Chapman love will never quit. With much love. Read More
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Tyvihon Kyzier Banks May 11 2003 March 11 2019.
Death notice for the town of: Fredericksburg, state: Virginia