Antonio Malik Douglas was born November 2, 2001 in Apple Valley, California to Alexis Broussard and Charles Douglas. Malik was the oldest of five siblings. Malik had a special relationship with God which allowed not only him to be saved but to serve Him in ways he knew best. He participated in many outreach youth programs. Malik was never afraid to challenge himself when things got hard. Toward the end of Malik’s journey, he turned his life around drastically. He used that big golden heart God gave him to help mentor the youth of his generation and to help raise his siblings.
Malik had a personality like no other, when you were around him you could not help but to love his smile and laugh with him while he made bad jokes. He loved to rap, play ball, work on cars, and the 49ers. He also had a profound love for his job which he became a pro at in a very short time. He loved his family and cherished his parents. Malik chose at an early age to become an organ donor. His selfless acts of kindness will live on forever. Even after his passing he continues to inspire people to give to those in need. His legacy will forever live on.
Malik leaves to cherish his memory; his parents Alexis Broussard and Charles Douglas, his grandmothers Cathy Blount and Zettie Kirkwood, his stepfather Richard Martin, his siblings; Alexis Douglas, Jason Block, Jordan Broussard, Lovely and Richard Martin, Cienna and Shawn Douglas and Tichina. His aunts; Alicia, Tazi, Cathy, Joanne and Zettie. His uncles; Larry, James, Drey, Steven, Jonathan, Jermaine, Randy and a host of other aunts and uncles. God mom Carmen, cousins; Jalil, Orion, Royal Streator and a host of cousins, family, and friends. Antonio Douglas was met at the gate of heaven by his great grandmother Ola Mae Clark, and Wanda Lee Kirkwood along cousin Destiny Johnson and a host of other family and friends.