Martin Luther Duncan was born on August 3, 1968 to Franklin D. Roosevelt Duncan and Sylvia Jackson in Ashford, Alabama.
Martin accepted Christ at an early age and became a member at the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church and attended Dothan High School.
Martin work for Asap Moving Company in Dothan, Alabama, and his side hustle was detailing vehicles. He was caring, loving person and didn't meet no strangers. He loved spending time with family and friends. He loved telling jokes and he was the artist of a special song “Wild Turkey” that will always be our number one hit. His favorite team was Dallas Cowboys and he loved traveling. He was very entertaining and the type of person who would make you laugh even when you didn’t want to. He was the life of the party!
He was preceded in death by his father: Franklin D. Roosevelt Duncan; his grandparents: Alfred Duncan, Maggie Duncan, and Edward Bryant; his nephew: Imran Jackson; and one niece: Johann White
He is survived by his mother: Sylvia Jackson of Dothan, Alabama; three daughters: Shalonda (Harold) Craddock, Teresa Neal, and Makaelah Crow all of Dothan, Alabama; five brothers: Willie Bryant, Douglas Bryant, Ezsy Duncan, Timothy Jackson all of Dothan, Alabama, and Bobby Lewis of Ashford, Alabama; four sisters: Sharon Duncan, Samantha Freeman, Bridgette Jackson, and Osey (Timothy) Blue all of Dothan, Alabama; eight grandchildren; his grandmother: Mary Jane Bryant of Dothan, Alabama; one special friend: Vonkeith Barra of Killen, Texas; and a host of nieces and nephews, extended family and friends.
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