Deandre Tyrell Cobb was born September 16, 1986, by his mother Felicia F. Johnson Cobb and father James M. Cobb who live, to forever cherish Deandre in their hearts. And Deandre made his transition to the Lord on December 10, 2021, he was 35-years old when he made his transition. He preceded his grandparents in death, Peryola Johnson and Ella M Cobb (Grandmothers),and Grandfathers (William Johnson & Amber C Cobb). Deandre attended Mc Kay elementary school in Chicago Illinois and graduated with his diploma. And from there he went to Hubbard high school also in Chicago Illinois and graduated with his high school diploma. Deandre professional life was working as a Security Officer which he really loved, he worked in the security field for 15 years. Companies he worked for were, Security Professional, Sentinel Investigation, and Security Logistics. Also, Deandre pursued construction work as a part time job, Deandre was a diligent man, he was a diligent Entrepreneur.
Deandre also cared to help his family members become successful, with teaching them ways to become financially stabled in a positive way. He was someone that really loved his family his mother, Felicia, and father James Cobb. Deandre leaves behind three minor children’s who he extremely loved with all his heart, his eldest son Keondre Cobb (15-years old), Jeremiah Anderson (5-years old), and his beautiful baby girl Dior Cobb (2-years old). Deandre list of surviving siblings are eldest sister Lisa Johnson, Delicia Harris (Larry Harris), and four surviving brothers, eldest brother James Cobb Jr. (Felicia Cobb), And Julian Cobb (Christine Cobb), Antonino Campbell and youngest brother Quentin William. Deandre has four aunties who live, and to forever have Deandre in their hearts, he also has five uncles who live to forever cherish good memories of Deandre in their hearts.
Deandre has a host of nieces and nephews, and cousins who loves him very much. And he will forever be in their hearts. Deandre hobbies were, playing the play station games and he would always make sure he got every Play Station system that came on the market, he also loved going fishing with his parents, and he loved to go out to the finest restaurants because he loved tasty food. And at times he would travel out of town, he also loved going out with his guy cousins. And his two best friends (Hakeem & Tim). Deandre was a caring brother especially to his two sisters Lisa and Delicia, every Mother’s Day he would always make sure that he would get them a Mother’s Day card that specially fitted their character. And when birthdays came around, he did the same for his beautiful mother Felicia and father James, and sisters. Deandre had a giving genuine heart to give to others, especially his family.
Deandre Tyrell Cobb Spiritual Up-Bring
Deandre Tyrell Cobb were taught by his mother and father to believe and have faith in the Lord Jesus Christ when he was a young boy. And later own in his adult life he became a member of Jesus Christ of Greater Faith Church under (Pastor James M. Cobb and Felicia F. Cobb) located at 5117 S Racine St, Chicago Illinois 60609. Deandre Tyrell Cobb were also baptized during his adult life and whenever he did attend church he would love to stand up and clap to the music praising the Lord. However, Deandre had an imperfect nature just like all of humankind born into this world with a sinful nature, and because of the seed (The Word of God), that was planted in Deandre heart as a young boy, is what lead him back to the Lord a week before his transition. Deandre had truly confessed his sins before the Lord and turned to the Lord in wholeheartedly faith. And was re-born spiritually before the Lord a profound change had taken place in his heart. And this was incredibly special for Deandre Tyrell Cobb that he experienced new life in Christ meaning to be born from up above before he departed this world.
Visitation Wednesday, December 29, 2021 10:00am until time of Funeral Service 11:00am at First Church of Love and Faith 2140 W. 79th Street, Chicago. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery, Chicago.