Dominique Lamarr Key was born January 7, 1998 to John, Sr. and Sherinda Key in Toledo, Ohio. He accepted Christ as a young child and was baptized at People’s Missionary Baptist Church under the Leadership of the Late Pastor Sylvester Madison. Dominique was very active in the church, attending Sunday school and displaying his musical skills on the guitar.
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“Domo”, as he was affectionately known, graduated in 2017 from Springfield High School in Holland, Ohio. It would not be long that he began to work towards his dream of becoming a famous musician & artist. He even created his stage name, Young Icee. He began to produce several music videos, acapella videos and other viral videos; a few of which got the attention of MTV. In fact, he was preparing to be featured on a segment of the show “Ridiculousness” on MTV when God chose to call his name.
Domo was known for his infectious smile. Those that knew him said he could light up a room. He had a good heart, full of talent and would give his last to help anyone! He loved his family dearly, most especially his three brothers. He had a lot of energy that was difficult for anyone to harness but God knew him best!
Dominique is survived by his parents, John Sr. and Sherinda Key; brothers, John Albert Jr., Michael Tre’Von and Deon Willie Key all of Toledo, Ohio; grandmothers, Janice Marshall, Etta Key of Toledo, Ohio; Aunts; Qillenstine (Jesse) Brown of Stockton, California, Djuana (Luckey) Roosevelt, Sheronda, (Howard) Davis, Kimberly Marshall, Melody (Donald) Brown and Anita Madison all of Toledo, Ohio; Uncles, Lionel (Alice) Caldwell, Curtis Doug Marshall, Curtis Curkie Marshall, Quillis Frazier, Derrick Key, Michael (Alisa) Key, David (Rolonda) Key all of Toledo, Ohio; godmother, Terri Goodlow-Johnson; best friend, DeVontae Lawson; a host of other great aunts and uncles, cousins, other family and so many great friends.
He was preceded in death by his uncle, Jeremy Marshall; grandfathers, Curtis Marshall and Willie Oscar Key.