PHOTO GALLERY: Tevin Nelson's family mourns his death

Friday, January 6, 2012 | 6:00 a.m. CST; updated 4:00 p.m. CST, Saturday, January 7, 2012

Tevin Nelson's family visited his grave on Dec. 26 to place flowers and wish him a Merry Christmas. Tevin died Oct. 31 after he was shot in the head outside of Peppers Nightclub in the early hours of Oct. 30.

Tevin Nelson poses with his girlfriend, Lillian Harris, after her graduation from Rock Bridge High School in May 2011.
Taquaisha Nelson, center, hugs her mother Trinia Nelson, right, as they visit the grave of brother and son Tevin Nelson on Dec. 26 at Log Providence Cemetery. Tevin's father, Keith Holmes, left, looks on his grave as well.
Tevin Nelson's mother, Trinia Nelson, center, along with Nelson's father, siblings, cousins, aunts and other family members search for Tevin's grave on Dec. 26 at Log Providence Cemetery. The family visited the grave to place flowers and to wish Tevin a Merry Christmas.
Ronell Willis, 6, wears a baseball cap that reads "R.I.P Uncle Slunk" during a visit to his uncle Tevin Nelson's grave Dec. 26 at Log Providence Cemetery.
Trinia Nelson, left, and Keith Holmes place plastic flowers over their son Tevin Nelson's grave during a visit Dec. 26 at Log Providence Cemetery. Tevin Nelson, who was born on Sept. 2, 1990, died Oct. 31, 2011. However, his grave marker reads both of the dates wrong.
The family of Tevin Nelson, who died Oct. 31 after he was shot in the head in the parking lot of Peppers Nightclub, created a heart shaped memorial out of candles in the same parking lot. The memorial has Tevin's initials.

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