To everything there is a reason, and a time to every purpose under the heaven a time to be born and a time to die.
On Sunday, July 30, 2017 the death angel was released from heaven to call from labor to reward our beloved one Tavin Tyrue Molock, “Juice” as he was affectionately called. He departed this life at Peninsula Regional Hospital in Salisbury.
Tavin was born March 17, 1985 to Tina Molock and Gregory Walls at Dorchester General Hospital in Dorchester County. He had a heart of gold, and would do anything for his family and friends. He helped so many family members and friends in many different ways. Tavin was such a good person and was loved by the young and old. Everyone loved being in his presence. Most everyone knew him by his nickname, “Juice.”
Tavin was educated in the Dorchester County Public Schools, graduating from Cambridge South Dorchester High School, class of 2003. In high school, Tavin was a star athlete, but football was his passion. He had at least 20 universities interested in his ability. Tavin was employed with various jobs and the last place of employment was District photo in Beltsville, MD.
Besides his parents he leaves to cherish loving memories a daughter Zaimira Beasley; a brother Ja’Won Molock; maternal grandparents: Cleodore and Edna Molock and a paternal grandmother Frances Walls; four aunts: Kim Molock-Adams (Terry) of Gretna, New Orleans, Anisa Molock-Thomas (Wayne), Glen Burnie, Vandola Woolford (Russell), Vonell Walls all of Cambridge; three uncles: Roderick Molock (Edna) Hurlock, Lionel Molock (Teresa), Glen Burnie and Tony Walls all of Cambridge; a godmother Karen Sampson of Cambridge; 3 godchildren: Lanayja Ames, Haarlem Marine and TaVonte’ Anderson all of Cambridge; 2 great aunts: Marvell Macer (Michael) Cambridge, and Ruth Walls of Easton; 4 great uncles: Ernest Lee (Gerlean), Boyd Lee (Coleda), Marcellus Dockins (Geraldine) and Calvin Dockins all of Cambridge; 3 special friends: Tyrell Cornish of Salisbury, Robert Marine II both of Cambridge, and Darrin Early of Clinton, and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends.