Shondale L. Latimer – 7-13-2019

Welcome to the
memorial page for 

Shondale Lee Latimer

December 29, 1976
~ July 6, 2019



VISITATION - Saturday 7-13-2019
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
2:00 PM-3:00 PM

FUNERAL SERVICE - Saturday 7-13-2019
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
3:00 PM


Shondale Lee Latimer was born on December 29, 1976 in Neptune, New Jersey to Laretha and Sammy Junior.

Growing up Shondale loved being outdoors.  He enjoyed fishing, swimming and spent many of his days at the beach; swimming, surfing and just being free in the water.  Shondale had the gift and ability to take things apart and put them back together again.

Throughout his teenage years, Shondale was into body building.  He entered many body building competitions and won 1st place trophies in many competitions.

Shondale worked for Metro Marketing in Toms River where he worked in sales.  Shondale was always known to be a jokester and always had someone laughing.  He kept a smile on his face and loved to talk.  Shondale could create a song just from snapping his fingers and doing a little two step.

Shondale was predeceased by one of his favorite cousins David "Big Cuz" Robb.

Shondale's memory is carried on through his children Dennis Ward, Imir Esdaile, Ky'era Pryor, Kysun Pryor, I'Shaun Latimer, Jayden Latimer, J'shaun Latimer; his grandchildren Sci'miir Esdaile, Ky'yer Esdaile and Zaila Esdaile.  Also carrying his memory are his "Ma" and "Pop Laretha and Sammy Junior; his "Big Sis" Tykilia Latimer; his two nieces Shavon Shobe and Sa'mya Kirk; one of his favorite cousins Michael Latimer and a host of family and friends.

Shondale was always known for saying "Damn what the people say."  In his older years his new motto was "Love is Love."  He will be remembered and loved by many because LOVE IS LOVE!


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2 thoughts on “Shondale L. Latimer – 7-13-2019

  1. Yvette Simmons says:

    My heart is truly broken truly truly broken. This man was wonderful. He was funny very outgoing, just a wonderful person .Now he’s RESTING PEACEFULLY IN GOD’S LOVING ARMS.

  2. Tyleah Willis says:

    Rest In Peace Shonie…Peace

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