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Markco Toaupez Radley

January 13, 1977 — February 9, 2022

Markco Toaupez Radley, also known to most as “Rockhead” was born on January 13, 1977 to Shirley Radley and the late Mose Oden in Maury County, Tennessee. He departed this life on February 9, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Rockhead accepted Christ early in life at New Brentwood Primitive Baptist Church in Franklin, TN under Rev. Nathaniel Hamilton.

Rockhead had a passion for eating and he loved cooking. He could really throw down in the kitchen! Rockhead was very happy and characteristic person, A ladies man and most of all he LOVED his family, especially his mama (Shirley) and his sisters (Chicken and Duck). He will be forever loved and forever remembered.

Markco loved life! He had a love for dancing and music; he was the life of any party. In his famous words” I’mma Boss”.

He leaves to cherish his memories, sisters Katina “Duck” Shields, Malenche “Chicken” Marable, Terrie Payne and Demetra Oden; brothers Cornelius “Cake” Gosey, Robert “Pooh” Gosey, William Oden, Delvin Oden and Lazarious Davis; children Montesha “Pig” Guzman, Mikaya Moore;, Cayley Westmoreland, Cayden Westmoreland, Markco “Lil Daddy” Radley Jr. and Neveah “Toot Toot” Radley; grandchildren Jordan and Mariah Guzman; special friend Chelsea Thompson; a host of devoted nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. Markco had a special love for his grandaddy Joe Radley and his big cuz “Rab”. Visitation Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, 11-12 with funeral to follow at fh. Burial in Egypt Cemetery.

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