Cleveland Lorenzo Clark was born January 15, 1989, to Deborah Clark. He attended DC Public Schools throughout the city. After Cleveland witness the devastation that Sickle Cell Disease brought to his younger brother Benjamin, he decided along with their mom , to become Sickle Cell Advocates. Cleveland, along with friends and family participated in walk-a-thons, raising money for this worthy cause. \n\nIn October 1999, Cleveland along with mom and brothers participated, in the first ever filmed, Sickle Cell Disease video paid for and sponsored by, Faces Of Our Children (U.F.C.W). That same video went nationwide. \n\nCleveland, was a very talented hip hop dancer, rapper and writer. He could literally dance circles around the Late Great Michael Jackson. If you saw Cleveland dance for yourself, I assure you, you would agree.\n\nCleveland was preceded in death by his grandmother, Elouise Davis. Cleveland, leaves to cherish his memories, a loving and devoted mother, Deborah Clark, his four brothers: Antonio, Christopher, Benjamin, & Andre. . Also Patricia Cook (living grandmother). One nephew: Xavier; four aunts, Renee, Rose, Debra, and Louise. Five uncles: Dino, James, Maurice, Pete and Henry. A host Family & Friends.