The man. The myth. The legend.
Men wanted to be him, and women wanted to be with him.
John K. Volcy was born on September 10,1995 in Port-Au- Prince, Haiti to the parentage of Mr. Sorel Volcy and Ms. Marie Louise Jacques. Early in his life, John migrated to the United states at the age of 7 years old to the land of opportunity. He attended Orange Center and Mollie Ray Elementary School. He also attended Meadowbrook and Carver Middle School, where he was loved by many of his peers and teachers because he always made it his goal to put a smile on everyone’s face. He graduated from Maynard Evans High School in 2015.
Upon finishing high school, John moved to Tampa to become a manager at Sprint, then later moved to Miami FL., after he received another promotion. Volcy was an entrepreneur, he always wanted to be his own boss and build a brand. Volcy wanted to be a motivational speaker/life coach, he wanted help people motivate people and help them find their happiness and reach their goals. He created his brand “ASH” shirts, hats and other clothing wear to motivate people.
Volcy was compassionate, loving and willing to go above beyond to help just about anyone. He was the friend to have by your side.
On Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at the tender age of 22 years old,
John K. Volcy was suddenly and tragically snatched from our lives and
replaced with memories and tears due to an unforeseen motorcycle
accident in Miami, FL . A tragedy for all those affected by this loss.
Sharing the wonderful memories of Volcy’s life are:
His Parents: Sorel Volcy and Marie Louise Jacques
His Sisters: Kathy, Joanna & Joanne Volcy
His Adopted Sister: Yolande Nelson
His Pet: Zyoose
His Grandparent: Renette Jacques
His Aunts & Uncles: Remy, Nikel, Jean Renel & Livie Jacques; Sylvia, Yvarance & Samson Valentine
His Niece, Nephews & God-children: Skyla & Jayden Metelus & Gabriel Joseph
His Cousins from the following families: Volcy, Jacques, Delice, Durin, Lamir, Lubin, Valentine, Lormeus, Degazon and a host of other family and friends who have been affected by this loss.