Survon DePaul Narcisse

Mar 17, 1969 – Jun 23, 2017

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Survon "Sur" Narcisse was born to Oliver and Flordia Narcisse at Madigan Hospital in Tacoma, Washington. He graduated from Foss H.S. in 1987, where he played football and basketball. He attended Fort Steilacomm C.C. for a period of time, but because of his love for people, really enjoyed selling houses and embarked on a career in Real Estate, where he earned his license in 1995.

He met the love of his life at Infinity Lounge in the Doubletree at Southcenter and married Ingrid Russell on March 3, 1994.  Together they were blessed to have Aliyah Narcisse on June 22, 1998.

Survon had many passions, among those included his love of music, sports, writing, bringing people together and making people laugh.  He also loved dogs, had a huge softspot for all breeds and always had one by his side. He always had a kind word to say and was always ready to lift up someone's spirit. He would do whatever he could for you and had an affinity for making anyone feel like they mattered.

He performed stand-up comedy and did a BET comedy video, published books, wrote articles for the Tacoma News Tribune, was a rapper who wrote and produced his own music, played guitar and piano, sang in the church choir and really enjoyed helping people. 

He is survived by Ingrid, Aliyah his mother Flordia, father Oliver, brothers De Leon and Von Narcisse, sisters Jasmine, Jonae and Lolita Narcisse, cousin Franklin Maccotan and Aunt Etha Martin. In addition he is survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews from California to Louisiana to Connecticut.



Tony Berry
Buckley, WA
Oct 2, 2018

I worked with Survon on a condo project in Tacoma. I loved his wisdom and sense of humor. I just found out he passed when I was on facebook and noticed that he had a 'remembering' above name. I was looking forward to hanging out with him now that I'm in the south end.

Winslow Barger
Puyallup, WA
Jun 26, 2018

I'm so happy I had the opportunity to get to know Survon. He was so kind, talented and hard working. He was so gracious to appear on our television show in Tacoma and he was a big hit. I'll miss you Survon.

Lawrence and Sharon Sanders
Nashville, TN
Jun 30, 2017

Ingrid,Aliyah and extended family members, We are keeping you in prayer today as you say goodbye to our good friend Survon. We will always remember him as a fun and loving husband, brother and father. He will not be forgotton.

Kenn Trout
Bonnylake, wn
Jun 30, 2017

From the Proteam Marketing family to yours Ingrid, our Prayers are with you and Aliyah.

Rhonda Hitchcock
Auburn, Wa
Jun 29, 2017

I would like to express my deepest Sympathy to your family.

I was a receptionist at John L. Scott in Federal Way, WA.

when Survon became an Agent. I enjoyed knowing him very much. He always had a big smile and a great attitude.

He was a very smart young man and wonderful with people .

God Bless the Narcisse family and friends during this very sad time.

NaTasha Russell
Baton Rouge, LA
Jun 29, 2017


May your memories comfort you during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Aliyah.

Miriam Ransom
Port Angeles , Wa
Jun 28, 2017

There will never be another Survon! His unique personality, contagious laughter and happy attitude will forever be remembered. Gone but not forgotten.

Janice Payne
Covington, WA
Jun 28, 2017

To Survon's family and friend. May your hearts be comforted with memories of your time with Survon. Your all in my heart, thoughts and prayers.

Mike and Dianne McKay
Tacoma, Wa
Jun 27, 2017

We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the Narcisse family. Flordia you did such a great job raising the two sons Von and Survon that we knew. May time heal your broken hearts. Our thoughts are with you.

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