Devon’Jare (DJ) Grant - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Devon’Jare (DJ) Grant

September 23, 1997 - December 9, 2022

Devon’Jare (DJ) Grant, age 25, of Perkasie, PA passed away on Friday, December 9, 2022.

Born in Baltimore, MD on September 23, 1997, he was the son of David L. and Tashonia S. (Dennison) Grant. Honored to serve his country, DJ was currently serving in the Air Force Reserves, where he was a proud “Dirt Boy”.

DJ had a passion for everything baseball. He would take his “girls” to the park for practice, throw the ball around outside, and never missed their games. He loved fishing, singing, dancing, gaming, billiards and visiting the beach. During the summer you could catch him spending his time doing crazy jumps in the pool with his “girls”, or pretending to know how to skim board at the beach. During the winter, you could find DJ putting down an abundant amount of food around the holidays, going to the bounce house with his “girls”, and snuggling up on the couch watching movies.

To say Devon’Jare was an amazing man, husband, step father, brother, son, would be an understatement. He had a passion for life and love that was completely unmatched. The amount of love and light that went out the day he went to be with God will truly be felt for the rest of our lives. We will miss his random dancing in the kitchen, his shower music concerts, his laugh, his own way of showing how he loved you, the way he made everyone feel included & accepted and his ridiculously charming smile. He was beautiful, he was amazing and he was good.

He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Eugene Grant. In addition to his parents, DJ will be truly missed and forever remembered by his loving wife; Brooke A. (Stichter) Grant; sisters, Trinitee Grant, Treasure Grant, and Carolyn Nicole; aunts, Chyna and Eden Giles; grandmothers, Priscilla Giles and Nancy Spies; stepdaughters, Bria, Brayla, and Brielle Jones; and numerous extended family members and friends.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 1 pm until 2 pm on Sunday, December 18, 2022 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 275 E. Main Street, Middletown, DE where a memorial service will begin at 2 pm. Interment will be held privately.

Any family members or friends who are unable to attend the service can live stream the service by clicking here.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in DJ’s memory may be made to Bucks County Opportunity Council by clicking here to help low-income communities in Bucks County or to the Black Mental Health Alliance by clicking here to help support mental health in black communities.


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13 Condolences for Devon’Jare (DJ) Grant

  • Tish, Dave and girls, so sorry for your loss. I have no words but I can only hope that your memories of your time with DJ can help you navigate through this difficult time. 🙏🙏🙏

  • Our hearts are so devastated and we wish we can have that time to hug you and say we love you. We will miss your sense of humor and your infectious laugh. Until we see you again love you always.

  • DJ was an amazing and kind young man.
    I am sorry for your loss. You’re all in my thoughts and prayer. Dave, Tish, Trinity and Treasure

  • You will forever be the most genuine, hardworking, free spirited person I have ever met. You understood the meaning of love and family, and you even opened yours to me. I will forever thank you , Trin, and the Grant family for that. To the Grant family, his daughters, and his wife I’m deeply sorry for your loss. Von’jare has a presence that one could never forget or ever replace. Von’jare you will forever be loved.


  • Tish, Dave and girls, we our so very sorry for the loss of your son and brother, Devon. May your faith give you strength during this very difficult time.

  • I will miss you so much. You will always be my grandson. Say hi in heaven to your grandfathers. Im so sorry you left us all so soon. I love you dearly.

  • Sending our deepest condolences. Prayers to you and your family.

  • Sending my deepest condolences to the family and friends of such a beautiful young man. May God comfort your hearts.

  • Rest in peace brother. I only knew you for just shy of 2 years but when I first met you in DEP (delayed entry program) we clicked and had lots of fun. I’ll never forget our “what’s ya name?!” Joke when running on the track every UTA. I’m happy I went to the 46 APS Christmas party and got to hang with you a little bit. You will forever be a part of team Dover and the United States Air Force. Fly high brother. Brooke, never be afraid to reach out if you need anything even though I’m quite far away. Stay close and stay strong. We all have your back.

  • Devon was a great man, he was funny and loving a great father and someone who will be truly missed by so many. My deepest condolences, he was a great man and I hope that the love and laughter he has given everyone and the love of everyone here can help you through this time.

  • I send my deepest condolences to the Grant family. I have no words to express my sadness. My prayers are forever with the Grant family. The world has lost a great young man. He was kind, loving, respectful and hard working. He understood family love and loyalty, at such a young age. And he worked and aspired to be great. I have such love and respect for the man that he was. May God grant the family and us all comfort and peace, in this difficult time of grief.

  • Deepest Sympathies, May his light comfort you as with time you will find your smile come before your tears, big hug. Fran (Kimi’s mom)