Octavious Dionte Martez Clark

Staff Written Obituaries

January 2, 1991-November 27, 2020. 

Graveside Services for Octavious Dionte Martez Clark were held at 1 p.m. Sunday, December 6, 2020, at New Enon Baptist Church Cemetery, 2410 Godfrey Road, Madison, Georgia. Minister Timothy Hawkins, Sr., officiating. 

Octavious Dionte Martez Clark was born on January 2, 1991, in Covington, and died November 27, 2020. He was the second child of three born to Felicia and Lee Clark. In his early age, he joined New Enon Baptist Church, where he joined the New Enon Sunbeam Choir and the Men of Unity. He graduated from Morgan County High School in the year 2009. He played football and basketball during his school years. His motto was “What time it is? Game Time!” Octavious was a well-put-together young man. He always kept a smile on his face that would light up a whole room. 

Octavious was very opinionated and strong in his beliefs. He was also well-versed in sharing his thoughts and opinions with others. He was loving and loyal to those he knew. He worked with Hawkins Construction and Walton EMC for years. He was also a dog dad of five: Coco, Simba, Lil Man, Sasha, and Player. His sister, Deshanti “Bunni” Cooper, and his grandfather, Johnny Clark, preceded him in death. 

He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother, Felicia Clark; father, Lee Clark; two sisters, Delicia Stephens (Rutledge) and Leeshondra Clark (Madison); two brothers, LeeVontre Clark (Monroe) and Quantavious Freeman (Social Circle,); two nephews, Khouri and Khyrie; two godmothers, Tomeka Hawkins and Machelle Clark; one grandfather, two grandmothers; a special aunt, Marshae Evans; and special friends, Katreesa Taylor, Adarius “Money” Mohone, and Phillip Greene. He also leaves behind Dad (David Cooper), three sisters, Nichelle, Dashia, Destiny Cooper, one brother, Daveon,  two nephews, Oakland and Makale, a Grandfather and Grandmother and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and devoted friends of Growth and Development.

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