Xavier Love Fields, age 39 of San Angelo died suddenly on February 12, 2020
A memorial service will be held on Sunday, February 16th at 2:00 PM in the Robert Massie Riverside Chapel. Pastor Sankirk Bailey of United Community Church will officiate. Honorary pallbearers will be Cealan Reed, T.J. Crowder, Haston Fields, Alvin Carson, Terence Fields, Morris Smith, James Jeffreys, Eddie Ayalla, Noel Kruger, Cedric Fields, Shakir Muhyee and Marcus Armstead. Arrangements are by Robert Massie Funeral Home.
Xavier was born January 13, 1981, in Houston to Rondrick and Sharon Love Fields. Now when Xavier walked in a room you would know it because his smile would light the place up. He never met a stranger and enjoyed visiting with anybody and everybody. He loved listening to good music and socks, yes socks! He was known as the “Sock King” and he would never be caught in plain white or black socks, the brighter and the bolder the better! Xavier loved kids and was constantly surrounded by his nieces and nephew. The one thing that Xavier was passionate about was his family, he loved them dearly, especially his twin brother, Pierre. They were inseparable from the time they were born. He will be remembered for many things, but most importantly he will be remembered for the love he had for his family and the fact he had the biggest heart on earth.
Xavier was preceded in death by his parents, Rondrick and Sharon Fields; by his grandmother, Naomi Love; and his grandfather, Haston Fields, Jr.
He is survived by his twin brother Pierre Love Fields of San Angelo; his older brother, Rondrick “Reggie” Fields and wife Danyel Daniels of Houston; his grandmother, Rosie Fields; his nieces and nephew, Aniyah Love Fields, Danity Love Fields, Kali Daniels-Fields, Jordan Granado and Danzel Daniels; his aunts and uncles. LaRue Reed and husband Charles, Alfred Fields, Janet Brown, Bruce Fields and wife Steena, Sylvia Fields, Juanita Armstead, Shawn Love Capel, and Frances Love; and many other loving cousins, family members and friends.
The family asks that anyone who would like to or is able to contribute to a fundraiser started by Pierre on his Facebook Page, Pierre L. Fields. They greatly appreciate any contribution made in honor of Xavier.