Abraham-Marcel Nairobi Pierce

abraham-marcel nairobi  pierce

September 1, 1994 ~ August 7, 2020

Born in: Freehold Township, New Jersey
Resided in: Snellville, Georgia

Abraham-Marcel Nairobi Pierce, 25, of Gwinnett County, Georgia, gained his wings to accompany his cape on (died unexpectantly at home) Friday, August 7, 2020. He was born in Freehold Township, NJ, the eldest son of Brian and Lorraine (Echols) Pierce. He attended Gwinnett County Public Schools and completed the National Guard Youth Challenge Program in 2012. He strived to live their motto “Dream, Believe, Achieve” each day. Abraham was employed by the Darden Restaurant Group, as part of the service team at Bahama Breeze, Duluth, Georgia.

Abraham was a stranger to none and a friend of many. He accepted life and embraced every moment. Abraham worked to create a balance between mind, body, and spirit by taking academic business courses while in Denver, creating exercise goals, and being baptized on May 22, 2011 at the Dekalb United Pentecostal Church, Stone Mountain, GA. During his quarter century of life, Abraham positively effective countless individuals. For those who had the opportunity to meet Abraham even just briefly, lost a brilliant glow in their life journey. Abraham perform numerous acts of service and good deeds during his time in AmeriCorps. Since his death many have written about how extraordinary Abraham was to them and the positive impact he had on their life.

Abraham will be missed every day by his parents Brian and Lorraine of Gwinnett County, GA; his brothers Isaiah-Majid and Emmanuel-Micah and his sister Jordan-Zakiyah, all at home. His brother, Joshua-Maliq O. Pierce precedes him in death. Abraham also leaves his first cousins who he lived with as siblings Rafiah N. Johnson and Khadijah N. Reed both of Gwinnett County.

He is also survived by multiple grandparents; Florine (Hamilton) and N. Leroy Washington (spouse) of Gwinnett County, GA., with whom Abraham spent many summer vacations in Florida with. David and Robin Echols (spouse) of Howard County, Md., and maintained a relationship with Abraham despite living hundreds of miles away. Pastors Alexis and Lorretta Johnson (spouse) of Barnegat, NJ preserved a spiritual connection with Abraham. Shoveling snow was not his favorite winter past time but in OG Batman fashion he completed the task asked of him by Phyllis (Pierce) and Isidore Kukou Souka Agboyibor aka Poppy (spouse) of Burlington, NJ. His family zigzags across the county, James “Jimmy” and Patricia Singletary (spouse) of Los Angeles County, CA., great grandparents Easter Mae (Covin) of Monmouth County, NJ and Jimmy Lee Hamilton of Dougherty County, GA, along with honorary grandmother, Gloria Lella of Morris County, NJ and dozens of aunts, uncles, cousins, and innumerable friends all played a role in Abraham’s adventurous life.

Our lives will never be the same without Abraham. He will continue to stay with us all through memories, images, and shared stories. The OG Batman will live on through our good deeds and positive thoughts.

Live like Abraham and “be somebody’s hero”

Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Wages and Sons Funeral Home, Lawrenceville, GA. Calling hours will be Monday, August 17, 2020 9:00 to 10:30 am. Viewing of memorabilia that represents his exploration of life will be displayed. A private celebration of Abraham’s life will be held at 11:00 am and streamed live. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to the BEGIN Program at the Center for the Visually Impaired; a program focused on children under the age of six years with visual impairments or Families of Children Under Stress (FOCUS); a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families with medically fragile children. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home.


Visitation: August 17, 2020 9:00 am - August 14, 2020 11:00 am

Room: Chapel

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


Funeral Service: August 17, 2020 11:00 am - August 14, 2020 12:00 pm

Room: Chapel

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


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Memories Timeline


  1. CandleImageSending our love to the family – praying for your continued strength through this difficult time. We love you and are there with you in spirit.

  2. CandleImageI never imagined I’d be writing this for you. I’ve been praying for your family and other friends constantly since you left ???? I’ll never understand how in such dark times God can take such a bright light. But he knows what he’s doing… I pray you have the most beautiful view up there. I’ll love you forever OG Batman ???? until we meet again. ????

  3. CandleImageRest in peace Abraham. Your light will continue to burn bright and your spirit will live on in the hearts of those who love you.

  4. CandleImageI never thought I’d be so broken an not knowing what to do as the past week has been so hard for me. I know with your great personality u wouldn’t want any of us friends an family to be sad but we cant help but to miss u. Me an u had been friends from 5th grade all until now an we had some great times together growing up in snellville. August 7th an September 1st might be two hard days for me so far but I’ll never for get our great times and bad days. I cant pull myself to delete your number out my phone ik that will take some time. You were suppose to be the Goddard to my kids but I believe in spirit u will be there me an an watching over us all. Rest in pest bestfriend and God bless.

  5. CandleImageTo be in your presence was very life changing because you always trying to make everyone happy with them corny jokes or always ready to be of service and I appreciate you being my son’s uncle Batman always coming to the rescue…But this time I wish I could have rescued you ???? We love you beyond life itself and please travel safely into the spirit realm My King ????????❤️

  6. CandleImageRest in Peace Abraham. You will forever be in my memory as that young man attempting the rope swing for the first time when your Dad and I took you tubing.

  7. CandleImageSigning on for the whole Team on deck, love from your Atlanta Falcons Family, we’ll be watching and standing at your shoulder in spirit!

  8. CandleImageMy condolences goes out to the Family. Abraham was like son to me . I’ll miss you so much. A smile that was always warm and wonderful to see. You would always say mom wow that taste delicious. Rest in Peace my son we will see you again one day. You are in God arms and present. Your light will continue to sunshine on this journey. RIP MY SON GOD HAS YOU NOW. KEEP THAT SMILE! I will always love and miss you.

  9. Signing for my girls and I. Brian & Lorraine we love you guys. Sending comfort to both sides of family during this most difficult time

  10. CandleImageBrian and Lorriane,
    We are sorry that we could not be there in person with you today, but know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God continue to shower you with his comfort and peace.

    Abraham, rest in the glory of God!

  11. CandleImageThank you for always being so kind to me and as well to others And just being a light to all . You will b missed by the whole Bahaman breeze team. Rest easy

  12. CandleImageI will cherish the memories that we shared. Family, I love you! I’m sorry I couldn’t be there is person but I am with you in spirit. I pray the GOD continued Love! GOD BLESS!

  13. CandleImageMy thoughts and prayers are with you family. May God continue to comfort you and strengthen you during this time. Rest in heavenly peace Abraham! You will be truly missed.

  14. CandleImageI wish you peace during this difficult time. I am sending you my kindest thoughts and most heartfelt wishes that you are surrounded by people who love you. Please know that I’m just here to give you the help and support that you need.

  15. CandleImageLorraine and Brian, I pray for you and your family. I pray God will comfort you and give you his peace.

  16. CandleImageWhat beautiful tributes to this young man! He obviously made his mark on this world in a positive way. Rest easy Abraham.

  17. CandleImageAbraham, may you continue to shine your light on us in spirit. I still can’t let you go but I know you are in a better place and will be watching over me. I love you so much and miss you already.

    Love auntie Falone.

  18. CandleImageCousin Lorraine and Brian,
    I was saddened to hear of your loss. I couldn’t physically be there with you today, but I was with you through the live streaming of his celebration of life.
    May Abraham Rest In Peace.

  19. Our last moments shared would never be forgotten, Abraham priceless phenomenal journey he had taken from GA to NYC , picking up his friends going back and forward to Atlantic city , visit his grandma and cousins. As we question him about tolls Abraham said no charge ! I said boy i know your mom is going to tear you a new one, when they get those tickets in mail omg. Abraham was so exciting of the scenery and thing he had explored, tolls went over his head . Abraham was truly enjoying life and everything that came with it. RIP OG Batman (Poem A letter From Heaven)

    Love Mr. & Mrs. Barnes (lonnie) cousin’s keeper

  20. CandleImageLoving memory of your son, was a blessing , the memories will always be treasure. They were loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measure. The loss of your son is one of the greatest losses in life. I am thinking of you during this difficult time and I am here for you whenever you need me. I hope that your memories of your son bring you peace , comfort and strength.

    Rip OG Batman Love Cousin Lonnie and Family.

  21. My brother from another mother. I cant beleive its come to this. I dont know what to even say but I’m going to love you and miss you forever. Keep watch over me Batman. I’m glad your home.

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