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Mr. Jeremy Antoine White
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.

Mr. Jeremy Antoine White was born on Oct.2, 1979 to Ms. Patricia White and the late Mr. Jerry Wilson in Atlanta.

He received his formal education in the Newton and Dekalb County Schools System. Jeremy accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at Bethel Grove Baptist Church of Covington. He was also a member of Free Gospel Church of Stone Mountain. Jeremy devotion to serving others was an essential part of his life and practiced the gift of giving on a daily basis.  

Jeremy White was a “Jack of all Trades”. His favorite hobbies were cooking on the grill, he loved to BBQ and playing cards. Also, a mechanic to some. He was loved by many. Jeremy met his wife Zita of twenty-one years, in August 1997, began dating in December of 1997 and was married on April 6, 2012.  

J.C. was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Wilson; grandparents, Tommy and Edna Mae White; uncle Charles Lynch and one aunt, Shirley Lynch.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his wife, Mrs. Zita Craig- White; children, Yazmyne Craig, J'niya Craig-White, Jayla McNeal (Reni McNeal) and Latonya Craig; mother, Ms. Patricia White; two sisters,  Mr. and Mrs. Johnerton (Twaneisha) Gilstrap and Ms. Shaffany White; two brothers, Mr. Jerrod Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold (Kenyatta) Wilson; seven nieces, Alexis, Kenya, Jariyah, Kaisley, Alexia, Trinity and Victoria; four nephews, Gary, Anthony, Antonio and Johari; mother-in-law, Mrs. Rosie Craig; father-in-law, Mr. John Craig; brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johari (Janterra) Craig; two devoted friends, Mr. Derrick Johnson and Khalil and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

A funeral service was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 8 at Murray CME Memorial Church,4100 West St., Covington, Georgia 30014, with the Rev. Bobby Hall officiating. 

The family of the late Mr. Jeremy Antoine White would like to express their sincerest appreciation to each of you for your many acts of kindness shown to them during their hours of bereavement. Your love and support will never be forgotten. May God’s richest blessings shower upon your life.