Mr. Udeh Joshua Prince “Troubleboy Prince” Osuagwu, Jr., of Greenville, South Carolina, departed this life on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Prince “Sumo” was a student at Southside High School looking forward to attending South Carolina State University in the fall. He was an aspiring artist who loved to sing, dance, and laugh. Prince was smart and lived life to the fullest. He was a conceited person who stayed in the mirror and took many pictures in every phone. He loved his family and close friends. Prince loved to play basketball and football. Prince was a person who said he was never wrong and you best believe. In his mind he knew he was always right. He always wore a smile on his face and was a big-hearted person. Memories of him will be treasured by family and many close friends.
He was preceded in death by a great-grandmother, Lula Mae “Sweet Sue” Fleming; a grandfather, William Thompson; great-great-grand-mother, Essie Morris Bookman.
Surviving are his mother, Kimberly Norman of the home; special person in his life, William Norman of Greenville; his father, Udeh Joshua Prince Osuagwu, Sr. of Boston, MA; maternal grandmother, Angelina Brockman of Greenville; grandfather, John Arnold of Greenville, SC; one sister, Donesha Cheatham of Greenville, SC; four brothers, Donald Cheatham of Bronx, NY, and Dominique “Chino” Cheatham and Daniel Cheatham, Ishmael Ezell, all of Greenville, SC; a sister-in-law, Karen Cheatham of Greenville, SC; one aunt, Angela Sullivan of Greenville, SC; two uncles, Abdul-Haliym Kujichagulia and William Brockman, both of Greenville, SC; six nieces, Destiny Miles, London Spann, Brooke Cheatham, Bailey Cheatham, Amelia Cheatham and Amalia Cheat-ham, all of Greenville, SC; one nephew, Ethan Cheatham; and a host of other relatives and friends.