Brian LaKeith Bolden

Brian LaKeith Bolden

A Beloved Husband, Father, Brother, and Friend

Brian LaKeith Bolden affectionately known as Kenny was born October 25,1967
in Bryan, Texas at Saint Joseph Hospital to Verna Ree Bolden and Charles Taylor.
Kenny accepted Christ at an early age and faithfully served Him until his passing.
He was a devoted drummer and choir member at New Elijah Missionary Baptist
Church led by his father, the late Pastor Albert Kelley.

Kenny was educated in the Alief Independent School District. He attended Olle
Middle School and Alief Elsik High School where he was a fearless running back
for the Mighty Rams football team.

Kenny had an eleven-year career with The Kroger Company where he was
promoted to various positions. He was currently employed at Jake’s Finer Foods.

Kenny will forever be remembered for his funny facial expressions and
unforgettable catch-phrases like: “You promise?”, “That’s weak!”, “You feel me?”,
“That’s bunk!”, and “That’s Flutey!” He was a faithful fan of the Green Bay Packers,
Polo Cologne, and grape Kool Aid.
Kenny had a humorous personality, a sensitive spirit, and was incredibly
supportive of his sister, brothers, nephews, nieces, and devoted wife of seven years,
Pequietta Rochelle Bolden.

He is preceded in death by his loving mother Verna Kelley, his father Pastor Albert
Kelley, aunts Lula Effah and Daisy Grayson, and his precious grandson John.

Left to cherish Kenny’s memories are: his wife, Pequietta; children, Kiesha Lashley
(Jarrod), Bri-Anna Guillory, Alexandria Bolden, David Smith, Cameron Mims,
and LaQuisha Davis; grandchildren, Kianna, Kennedi, Tyler, Devin, Arianna, Jade,
and Leah; siblings, Vincent (Linda), Shelton, Sanitra, and Mary; father, Charles
Taylor; a host of great aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, God-sisters and brothers,
and his best friend of over 40 years, Henry Pickens Jr. (Hank), whom he spoke
with every day.

Service Information

Friday, September 10, 2021
Memorial Repose: 6 PM - 8PM
N.L. Wright, Sr. Memorial Chapel
of Serenity Mortuary
8619 Windswept Lane
Houston, TX 77063
***THE VIEWING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TO ATTEND***
***MASK ARE REQUIRED AND SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTOCOLS WILL BE ENFORCED***


Saturday, September 11, 2021
At  10:00 AM
Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church
3401 Jeanetta Road
Houston, TX 77063
Rev. Daymond Wilkins, Pastor-Elect
Pastor Donald G. Burgs, Officiating
***THE HOMEGOING CELEBRATION IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC - INVITATION ONLY***

Interment
Murphy Jones Cemetery
Richmond, Texas