Celebrating the life of Jacobie M. Moran
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She received her education in the Richmond public school system, and graduated from L.C. Byrd High School in 2007. She was employed by Food Lion.
Jacobie had many that love her in so many ways. She was all about being loved by her big happy family and all of her lovable friends. She had the biggest beautiful smile as well as the meanest frown when down. She was very lovable but she also would speak her mind when you got her wrong. She loved shopping at the mall, having fun, and big pocketbooks. Her favorite restaurants were Apple Bee’s and Olive Garden. She was very happy when her nephew Shamel Dremon was born, but was joyful and blessed when her son Javion Mytese was born. October 7, 2010 was a brand new day and life for Jacobie. She would talk non-stop about her future with her family and son. Her life was cut short suddenly, but Javion put that sparkle in her beautiful brown eyes. Jacobie had her whole future ahead of her but early Sunday morning, October 10, 2010 the Lord called her home. He left her wonderful son Javion here on earth to carry her spirit through him. She will be greatly missed but her soul is also free.
Jacobie was preceded in death by her grandmother, Irene Bailey; great grandparents, Authur and Thursday Bailey, Aldophus and Jeanette Moran. She leaves to cherish her memory: her son, Javion Mytese Moran; her parents, Derrick (Lenise) Williams, Jimmy (Chandra) Bailey, and Theodore (Monique) Cole; grandparents, Ethel Lee (Eddie) Williamson, Shirley (Leo) Moran, and Andy (Barbara) Cole; brothers and sisters, LaQuan Shanice Moran, Giovannie Battle, DaJon and Javonn Bailey, Theonya, Taja, Janique and Lil Theo Cole; godparents, Eric and Alicia Wills; godsons, Montese Jackson and Raymel Smith; aunts and uncles, Karen (devoted), Rhonda, Ella, and Andre Kanisha Bailey, Debra, Wilbert, and Jamal Moran, Terrence Holmes and Tyrone Fields, Jr.; devoted nephew, Shamel Dremon Moran; devoted cousins and friends, Terrence and Tierra Moran, Nisha, Tiffany, and Kee Kee, Tremond Demond; and a host of other relatives and friends
Funeral Services Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at Redeem COGIC, Richmond with interment in the Dale Memorial Park, Chesterfield.
Michael W. Hawkes Funeral Home of Amelia in charge of the arrangements.
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