Nasir Karim Ahmad was the second born child of the late Dawud Ahmad and Virginia Molden on August 15, 1969.
On September 21, 2014, at the Wilson Hospice House in Albany, Georgia, the Lord said that his child had suffered enough, and called him home.
He confessed to Christ at an early age, later joining Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church. He graduated from Calhoun County High School in 1989. He then joined the Army and served six years. He was employed at Shaw Industries for ten years.
He leaves to cherish his memories six sisters Aishah (Sam) Robinson, Wakeysha (Vinson) Clemons both of Arlington, GA, Rabbia Ahmad, Detroit, MI, Aquilah (Kareem) Ahmad, Atlanta, GA, Tayyaba (AJ) Ahmad, St. Louis, Sister Ahmad, Michigan; one brother, Ronald Echols, Detroit, MI; a Goddaughter, Tanyia Williams, Blakely, GA; two nieces, Tequilla (Fat Tat) (Ronnie) Davis, Edison, GA, Tyesha Clemons, Arlington, GA; three nephews, Jeffery (Ricky Scaggs) (Russia) Robinson, Quintavious and Dante Clemons, Arlington, GA; three great nieces, T’nya (Nya), Akeelah (McFluffy) Bradley, and Kelis (Did) Davis, Edison, GA; two great nephews, Jemarcus and Jody Robinson, Arlington, GA; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. A longtime companion, Blanch Jones, Bainbridge, GA and a special friend, Stanley (Studdie) George, Arlington, GA.