We, the comrades of Unit 1012: The VFFDP, wishes Javad Marshall Fields a happy 32nd birthday, he was born on January 29, 1983. We will remember him every year on that date, January 29. Let us remember how he lived on this earth:
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Javad 'Jay' Marshall Fields
January 29, 1983 – June 20, 2005
Javad Marshall Fields affectionately known as “Jay” was born to Rhonda Marshall Fields and Marion Lawrence Fields. Welcoming Javad into the world was his big sister Maisha. Javad attended Cherry Creek Schools in Aurora, Colorado. He was involved in a variety of school, sports, church, and community activities. Javad was a member of the debate and impromptu teams for Future Business Leaders of America and received numerous district and state awards. Javad played on the Varsity Buff Basketball team and competed for the State championship during his senior year. In May 2001, he graduated from Smoky Hill High School, Aurora.
Javad was a caring and sensitive young man. Being a little brother he always looked up to his sister and they confided in each other. He loved his “Grandpa” and “Grandma.” He always had a brilliant smile, warm hug or a friendly kiss for everyone. His personality brought people together. Javad was known as a loyal and dedicated friend, and his friends came in all cultures, beliefs, and backgrounds. Javad was an active student leader at Colorado State University and was recognized by the city of Fort Collins and CSU at its first Community Civility Awards banquet. He accomplished much in his 22 years of life and in May 2005, Javad successfully graduated from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Speech Communication and Rhetorical Theory. He had big plans and a bright future with aspirations of working as a lobbyist in Washington, DC or working for a Fortune 500 company. He had planned to continue his education and pursue a law degree.
Javad loved music, people, event planning and the art of communication. He loved the “spoken word.” He was a Co-Founder, owner, and operator of WAR Entertainment and became the Prince of the city for organizing and prompting urban entertainment throughout Metro Denver. While attending Colorado State he touched the hearts of many. One such friend was Vivian Wolfe. In June 2005, Javad gave Vivian an engagement ring. They planned to relocate to Virginia; both were looking forward to starting a wonderful life together with their dogs “Coco” & “Face.” On June 20, 2005, Javad and Vivian were gunned downed and killed while driving down a street in Aurora, Colorado. Javad Marshall Fields was scheduled to testify against Robert Ray for his criminal involvement in the killing of Gregory Vann. He observed Robert Ray leaving the scene in a vehicle after the shooting. He cooperated with law enforcement authorities. He was murdered days before he was due to testify for the prosecution. The District Attorney office stated that Javad Marshall Fields never asked for or requested witness protection services.