Qemaun accepted Christ at an early age and held fast to her beliefs of HIS grace and mercy.
Qemaun attended the Nottoway Public Schools and the John Tyler Community College, where se studied art. Her dream was to travel and capture the essence of the beauty of the world on canvas. An avid animal lover and a talented artist, Qemaun cherished the precious moments capturing and immortalizing her babies in paints.
Qemaun worked at various jobs, Food Lion being her favorite. She worked for the Food Lion grocery chain for over twenty-five years.
Qemaum leaves to cherish her memory: her beloved mother, Mary Jackson-Hill and devoted step-father, Gary Hill of Hanover, VA; sisters, Jacqueline M. Jackson-Freeman (Eldridge) of Wilson, VA, Nicole M. Jackson of Petersburg, VA, Latrice Walls, Felicia Dance (Roy), Amanda Hill, Virginia Hill all of Richmond, VA and Joy Hill of Bowling Green, VA; brothers, Bertrond Jackson of Prince George, VA and George E. Jackson Jr. of McKenney, VA; two loving furry babies Qemaun considered as her babies, Quinn and Qupid; four aunts, Alice J. Smith and Mary Ann Alston of McKenney, VA, Ruth Davidson of Chicago, IL and Alma F. Smith of Blackstone, VA–a devoted aunt and best friend; two uncles, Arthur Jackson of Hillside, NJ and Joseph Jackson of Elizabeth, NJ; several special nieces and nephews, Kimoni, Latrel, Arianna, Deante, Aaron, Jacquell, Omari, Devon and Shawaun; and a wondrous host of cousins, other relatives and friends.
Memorial Services Friday, June 3, 2022 at 2:00PM at W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home, Blackstone. Interment private.
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