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Jeremie J.R. Washington

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Jeremie J.R. Washington – Obituary

Jeremie J.R. Washington TRENTON – Jeremie J.R. Washington, 40, of Trenton died Saturday at his residence. Born in Trenton and a lifelong Trenton resident. He was employed as a waiter at several local area restaurants. He enjoyed being a self made meteorologist and electrician. He had a passion for dancing and riding roller coasters. Son of the late James Leonard; grandson of the late Barbra Deen; brother of the late Kareem Washington. Surviving is his mother Deidra E. Washington of Trenton; 2 brothers Marcus Walker Jr. and Mwandishi Sr. & wife Claudia Walker and a sister Nekisha Laquinta Walker and spouse Michael Davis all of Uless Texas; 5 nieces Kaitra “Boobus”, Sequia, Monteka, Laila and Kensey; 5 nephews Stefphon, Mwandishi Jr., Deshaun, Samad and Samir; a special aunt Wanda Green; special cousins Kaya and Najeed; a very special member of the Family Ronald Rak of Ewing; special Friend Kevin Gilmore; as well as many friends. Words of remembrance will be shared on Saturday at 11:30 am from the Winowicz Funeral Home corner of Adeline and Beatty Streets. Calling hours will be from Saturday morning from 9:30 am to 11:30 am at the funeral home. Interment will be private for the family.

Published in The Trentonian on Nov. 11, 2016

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