I am Mr. Larhon “TheWeaveKilla” Threalkill born on June 28, 1989 in Nashville, Tennessee and raised in Memphis. As one of three boys to a single mother, I went on to pursue a career in the hair care industry as a Master Cosmetologist. Faithfully, I believed this journey was destined along with sharing my talent of singing as a Minister of Music directing church choirs. I became a successful shop owner by the age of 20 supported by my family. As a platform artist, I strongly believed that “I am a true Hair Weaveologist, specializing in all phases of hair and extensions.” I have been featured at the local and national level in hair, fashion, and bridal shows such as Bronner Brothers, Big Bad Dee, Watch Me Work, and sponsored by Silhouette Hair. As I am a thriving young stylist learning how to maintain success, I became a continuous learner attending specialty classes to enhance my craft. In the height of my career flourishing with my parents, brothers, and countless clients I fondly became known as “TheWeaveKilla” due to the techniques and skills of manipulating hair. Mental fortitude, unwavering endurance and love of faith safeguarded my path for six years as young entrepreneur until tragedy occurred. On July 15, 2015, I was shot seven times, robbed, and left for deadin a pool of my own blood by a welcomed guest in my home. I quickly lost my four employees, salon, and new home of three weeks, truck, and all sense of a “normal” life. This unexpected and life changing event shattered my lifestyle but not my faith. I am now paralyzed from the waist down, dependent upon the assistance of support systems for most of my needs. My recovery has been a true challenge with the help of all of my doctors, therapy, life adjustment classes, supportive family and friends, but I was still missing one thing, doing hair. While transitioning through the recovery process, I found solace sharing my story throughout the community locally and nationally with my “Stop the Violence” campaign being moved most by an invitation to visit with T.D. Jake at the Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas. I slowly began taking clients to see how I could maneuver from my wheelchair and truly alive again. I am currently servicing a smaller clientele with 3 to 5 clients a day depending on my health, but this is where I need your help with the purchase of a mobile standing device to better service my clients and reclaim my independent place in society as one of the industry’s leading hair stylist. All proceeds from the Celebratory Theatrical and Benefit Concert will fund the mobile standing device. Please come out, make a donation, or simply tell a friend.