The late music personality Kelvin Gomillion was an accomplished drummer, musician, and songwriter. His death broke millions of hearts; fortunately, his music has kept him alive among his fans and family. Known for soulful and refreshing music, Gomillion worked with many big names in the industry. Sadly, the music gem died at the age of 52 on August 18, 2013.
Childhood, Sister, And Family
Kelvin Gomillion was born on 25th January 1961 in San Francisco country, California, USA. He was the son of Larry Moore and Virginia E. Moore. His mother passed away in 1995. His sister Chanté Moore is a successful singer-songwriter, actress, television personality, and author.
Gomillion was brought up in San Francisco, and later, he moved to San Diego. He graduated from Patrick Henry High School.
Career: Musical Journey, Spirituality
The brother of Chante Moore was a successful drummer, musician, and songwriter. He worked with many top musicians and artists and spent most of his time recording, writing, producing, and performing. Furthur his musical beats and jingles were popular in many events, advertisements, and TV Sitcoms.
Gomillion was also into spirituality. He was active in a Christian faith-based ministry that addresses the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women, and youth, Kairos Prison Ministry. Furthermore, he got into music due to his parents’ love for evangelism in local churches.
Cause Of Death And Funeral
Kelvin Gomillion was a happy family man. He lived in San Diego Country, California, the USA with his wife, Eerie Bohannon, and their little son Maximus Gomillion born on 26th August 2008. The little one turned 5 after 8 days of his father’s demise.
Sadly, the musician passed away at the age of 52 on 18th August 2013 at La Mesa, San Diego Country, California, USA. His untimely death shocked the entire music industry.
The reason behind his death is not clearly available yet. However, it probably seems like he died due to some illness. His small funeral was held in his hometown.
Later, his close friends organized a fundraiser campaign for Kelvin’s family, most importantly his little son. Gomillion’s close friend Wendy McKinney was the leader of the campaign.
As of now, there is no information regarding Eerie Bohannon and Maximus Gomillion. They are not available on social media platforms as well.