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Taj Elvett Eugene Fields was born in Yuba City, CA on May 18th, 1974. He was surrounded by a big family that loved him dearly.

Survivors include his loving wife Johanna Fields, mother Margaret Norton, step-father Duke Norton; daughters Elease and Miri Fields, and Nevaeh Bruce; sons Miguel, Elijah, Josiah and Jeremiah Fields; step-daughters Bayshta and Mariam Aguila; granddaughter Kamea Fields; sisters Grace and Therese Valdez, Marisa Schmidt and Elena Arellano; and brothers Daniel Valdez and Ricky Fields. Taj leaves numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Taj continued his education and earned a degree in Computer Science. With hard work and dedication he became employed by Sutter County as a Mental Health Worker for Human Services Behavioral and Health. Taj dedicated his life to leading, mentoring, and coaching countless youth and adults in the community.

At an early age he found love and passion for the sport of boxing. He turned his love for boxing into an outlet for his community. In 2004, Taj opened Hit Squad Boxing Center which is a non-profit organization. With time, Hit Squad Boxing Center became the "Taj Mahal of Boxing".

He received numerous awards including, Golden Gloves (1995) and an Honorary Award for Contribution to Nor Cal Boxing from the Northern California Veterans Boxing Association. In 2014, Taj had the privilege of signing Steven Rapadas and Jorge Espinoza out of Hit Squad Boxing Center in Marysville, CA with Don King Productions.

Taj was preceded in death by his father Elvett Fields.

In memory of Taj Fields, there will be a Memorial on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at the Allyn Scott Youth Center, 1830 B St., Marysville. Where do CHAMPIONS train at?...HIT SQUAD

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Nov. 13, 2016
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