Ivory Kizzy Jr.


May 7, 1975 - August 22, 2022

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May he rest in peace

100% of Funds raised on this website will go to the family

$10,000 Goal

Memorial Service

Saturday, Sept 3, 2022

Viewing at 11, Service at 12

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Ivory N. Kizzy Jr., born on May 7th, 1975, in Fresno, California to Jean Young and Ivory Kizzy Sr., passed away at the age of 47 on August 22, 2022 at his home in Vero Beach after a challenging battle with Cancer.


Ivory was a hardworking man and provider. He retired from Property Management & Lawncare after owning his own business for over 12 years. He spent many years volunteering for the Recreation Department in Vero Beach where he volunteered as a Basketball Coach and a Football Coach. He was a passionate and encouraging Coach who cared deeply for his students.


If there is one thing to know and remember about Ivory, is that he loved boating and fishing. This is when he was one with the Earth. He loved to fish and boasted with pride on a great catch of the day, although everyday fishing was a great day, he never spent a bad day fishing.


Ivory is survived by his Wife, Michelle Kizzy; Sons, Ivory Kizzy III (27), Avery Kizzy (25), Aubry Kizzy (14); daughters, Lakresha Kizzy (30, Ebony Kizzy (23); Grandchildren, Tranell Kizzy, Steve Perez, Demarko Allen, Mar’laya Kizzy; Sisters, Wanda Sanders, Samantha Burton; Brother, Wanell Sanders; many nieces & nephews and extended family. Ivory was an amazing husband, father, brother, son and friend. He will forever be missed.


Memorial contributions may be made to www.MyKCF.org/ivorykizzy or Lowther Funeral Home. Arrangements are made by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach. An online guestbook is available at www.lowtherfamily.com

Ivory Kizzy Jr.,

a husband, father, son, friend, and man with a loving and sincere heart. Sadly, he passed away at home on

Monday, the 22nd of August, 2022.

Ivory fought a hard battle with end-stage cancer after being diagnosed last year. His wife Michelle dedicated her days to keeping life as normal as possible for him, trying to comfort him during difficult days making sure he needed nothing. 

Ivory left behind his beautiful wife of 30 years, 5 amazing children whom he loved with every ounce of his being, and a loving supportive family. 

We at Kristina Conn Foundation (KCF) are asking our community to come together to help Ivory's family.  Your donations are tax-deductible (verify with your tax preparer) and 100% of the funds raised through this website will go directly to Ivory's wife Michelle for Ivory's final arrangements and to help with expenses while she gets back on her feet. 

We ask you to please keep Ivory's family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.


Help us, help Ivory's family.