Albert Wilson "Spud" Dock (2000 - 2019)

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"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." (Matthew 5:16)

Today we cherish the memory of a young life gone too soon. Albert "Spud" Wilson Dock, 18, departed this life Saturday, January 26, 2019. The earthly journey of his life came to an abrupt end after a tragic accident caused by a drunk driver. Albert Wilson Dock, affectionately called "Spud" by his family and friends, was born on June 30, 2000, to the parentage of Reginald and Tamara Dock in Augusta, Georgia.
At the age of two, Spud moved to Hinesville, Georgia. He received his education in the Liberty County School System and was a junior at Liberty County High School where he played both football and basketball for the Panthers. Basketball awards received by Spud included 2015 All Star Middle School (first place), 2016 All Star Classic (first place), MVP of the LCHS Junior Varsity Team, Georgia Cup Championship, and AAU Basketball with the Coastal Crew Rebels Traveling Team (second place). In Spud's final game on Friday, January 25, he sank two free throws for the team win.
Spud loved his family and had an infectious smile that would illuminate a room. He was funny with a great sense of humor, humble, thoughtful, a charmer, and a jokester who was truly amazing. He was a team player who wanted everyone to win. He was serious about his education and wise beyond his years. When his grandmother lived near him, he would check on her every night to see that she was alright before going home. Spud was compassionate and caring. He often sacrificed for others and would go without to keep his mother from struggling.
At a young age, Spud attended First Calvary Missionary Baptist Church where he served as a
Junior Usher.
Everlasting memories created with Spud are left to be cherished by his parents Reginald and Tamara Dock; brothers, Justin (Shenaye) Deloach, Reginald Roberts, and Treyshon Dunbar; sisters, Reqayla Dock and Morgan Roberson; maternal grandparents, Larry and Delane Smith; paternal grandmother, Wyvonnie Dock; maternal great grandparents, Gilbert and Evang. Carrie Harris; special brothers, Qualeek Keith, Jared McKinney, Quintavious McMassey, Deven Merchant, and Quinton Newsom; aunts, Doneca Barnes, Angela (Eddie) Davis, Chandrea Dock, and Veronica (Kenneth) Hawkins; uncles, Larry (Shana) Blair, Steven Blair, Rev. Darius Dock and Albert Dock; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and many friends.
His visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday, February 8, at Dorchester Funeral Home in
Midway, Georgia.
The funeral service will be at noon on Saturday, February 9, at Liberty County High School Gymnasium, 3216 E. Oglethorpe Hwy., Hinesville, Georgia.
Interment will be in First Cavalry Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.
Funeral Home
Dorchester Funeral Home
7842 E Oglethorpe Highway
Midway, GA 31320
(912) 884-2431
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Published in Coastal Courier from Feb. 4 to Feb. 11, 2019
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