Anthony Howard's home-going celebration was a "production" he would have been proud to be a part of. Friends, family, and others touched by his remarkable life gathered on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007, at True Rock Church in Detroit to celebrate the life of a truly talented young man. Friends and colleagues from the Gospel entertainment industry included The Convictor, Darius Twyman and Lexi.
Click to read Anthony's final article for DetroitGospel.com as well as a poem he'd written that was sent to us by Vanessa Lynn, CEO of 2 the Moon Productions.
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We at DetroitGospel.com are deeply saddened by the passing of one of our own; writer, producer, director, and child of the King, Anthony Howard.
Anthony departed this world on Monday, July 30, 2007, and will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved him. Active and involved right up until the end of this life, Anthony submitted his first installment of a new series of articles for DetroitGospel.com, "Anthony About Town" the night before he died. Click to read Anthony's final article for DetroitGospel.com as well as a poem he'd written that was sent to us by Vanessa Lynn, CEO of 2 the Moon Productions.
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