Kerry Dejuan Griffo was born on March 8, 1967 in Stuttgart, Arkansas to JoAnne Lloyd and Jerry Griffo. JoAnne later married Larry Loudermilk, who raised Kerry and his twin sisters Kawanda and Lavonda. Kerry transitioned this life on Sunday, October 17, 2021 in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
He was a graduate of Stuttgart High School, Class of 1985. Kerry was a Desert Storm veteran who served in the Air Force ranking as Staff Sergeant. He was employed by the Social Security Administration for numerous years in Atlanta, Georgia.
Affectionately known as Tehuti Re and Kedar Griffo, Kerry received his Associates Degree in Business and his honorary Doctor of Divinity in Comparative Religious Studies from Holy Tabernacle Ministries. He was the founder of Zoser Research Society and authored eight books on subjects ranging from ancient cosmologies, politics, religion, occult sciences, freemasonry, and the economy. In addition, Kerry was a public speaker who co-hosted a television program and radio broadcast. He was a member of the Al Mahdi Shrine, as well as a 33rd degree Freemason.
Kerry was family-oriented, a financial advisor, and teacher/mentor to young men. He was a lover of seafood and crab legs. To his family, he was the perfect handyman willing to do anything and everything to assist.
He was preceded in death by his daughter Gabrielle Griffo and grandparents Alex & Della Griffo and Odis & Zora Lloyd.
Kerry leaves to cherish his memory his children Courtney Chapman and Kamryn Chapman, both of Denver, CO, Erin Griffo, Kedar Griffo, and Arian Griffo, all of Atlanta, GA; two grandchildren whom he loved dearly Kaci Jackson and Kori Jackson, both of Denver, CO; parents Larry and JoAnne Loudermilk of Stuttgart, AR and Jerry (Brenda) Griffo of Little Rock, AR; sisters Lavonda Taylor and Kawanda Wofford, both of Stuttgart, AR, Mary Green of Pine Bluff, AR, Stephanie Reed of Gould, AR, and Sydney Griffo of Little Rock, AR; brothers Sherman Roberts of Houston, TX, Larry Loudermilk, Jr. of Stuttgart, AR, Terry Loudermilk of Little Rock, AR, and Terrance Loudermilk of Gould, AR; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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