Morrio Hudson Raybon was born September 9, 1985, to the late Lucenda Hudson Tatum and Theodore Raybon in Dougherty County.
He was educated in the Dougherty County School System. He graduated from Albany High School in May 2005. He furthered his education at then, Darton College and went on to attend Albany Technical College. Morrio was an astounding artist. His drawings were featured on campuses and malls. Drawing, painting, and sculpting were his passions. He also loved the game of basketball. You could always find him on the court. He had the kindest, humblest spirit anyone could ever imagine. He lived a life where he did not bother anyone, did not take from anyone, and did not ask too many people for anything. In other words, Morrio's way of life was his own reality.
On October 18, 2022, Morrio departed his earthly life and entered into eternal rest. His death took us all by surprise and to lose him was devastating. His death serves as a reminder to each of us to treasure each moment that we have with those we love. The memories of Morrio will always be dear to the hearts of his family.
Morrio leaves to cherish his memories: his father, Theodore Raybon (Lynda); his sisters, Jessica Williams (Will), Nichol Raybon, Santeyona (Trovokyo) Williams, Yolanda Thomas, and Joy (Marhna); his brothers, Orenthial, and Rodriquez (Erica); his three special nieces, Shinique, Antoinette, and Cadesha; a loving aunt, Mother Leola Judge, a special aunt, Tine; his uncle, George (Alice) Hudson, and his aunt, Teresa Anthony, who loved him to life; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family members and childhood friends.
**Special thanks to Mrs. Harris the entire staff at Carver Gym.**