Lawrence Mond Jefferson, Jr. was born November 12, 1985 in Birmingham, Alabama to Carthenia Jefferson and Lawrence Mond Jefferson Sr. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Sixth Avenue Baptist Church where he was an active member of the Choir, Boy Scouts, In-Step Ministry and the Usher Board.
He attended Princeton Elementary School, Huffman Middle School and John Carroll Catholic High School where he was a member of the Campus Ministry, football team, and back to back 6A 2003 and 2004 Championship Basketball Team. Lawrence graduated from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey with a dual degree, Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Business Administration in 2008.
He was employed with the Social Security Administration as a Teleservices Representative Instructor.
Lawrence received many special honors including The National Publication Among Outstanding Middle School Students, Who’s Who Among American High School Students, National Dean’s List, and was inducted into The Future Leaders of America. Lawrence was a member of the Accounting Club, Criminal Justice Society, Chess Club, a Basketball Mentor for Northeast YMCA, Secretary for Motivational and Moral Committee, and a Mentor for New Federal Employees.
Lawrence was a student ambassador whose travels took him to China, Hungary, Europe, Australia, and many other places throughout the U.S. He received numerous awards for community service, character, and academic excellence.
On July 3, 2015 Lawrence returned home to our Heavenly Father. He is preceded in death by maternal grandparents, Walter James and Lottie Bell Evans, great aunt Luscenda Threets and godfather, Joe Flowers.
Lawrence leaves to cherish his fond memories, his loving and devoted mother Carthenia Jefferson; aunts, Phyllis Evans, Faye Evans, Barbara Jean Minor of Mobile; godparents, Patricia Threets Flowers (Irvington, NJ), Melvin and Lisa Bimbo; godchildren, Aaliyah Searight, Mikah Willis and Jaylen Willis; Special friends, Bryna Reid and Justin Willis; many other relatives, special loved ones, and a host of friends.