On July 22, 1973, Lateef Stubblefield was born to Elaine Stubblefield and the late John Harris in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He departed this temporal life for his eternal life on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.
He was educated at Westinghouse High School, overcame a somewhat tumultuous lifestyle, and to his credit he became a welder and property owner. Lateef obtained his CDL license and became a successful entrepreneur by establishing Stubbz Trucking.
People gravitated toward Lateef because they knew he was special, a characteristic he inherited from his maternal grandfather, Barney. People were drawn to "Teefy" because he could relate to the struggles of other people. He became a role model for men who fought to conquer repeat offenses.
Leteef leaves to mourn his mother, Elaine Stubblefield; three siblings Rashi, Nahlah and Tanay; four children: Layla Stubblefield, Andrew Pendleton, Elsie Redman, Teagan Lateef Stubblefield; and a host of family and friends whom he loved dearly.