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Jamari JaJuan Moore
October 21, 1997 ~ August 18, 2023 (age 25) 25 Years Old
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It is with deep sympathy, that we announce the passing of Jamari J. Moore of Ft. Payne, AL, who transitioned on Friday, August 18, 2023, at the age of 25. We ask that you keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Jamari Jujuan Moore was born in Fort Payne, Alabama on October 21, 1997, to the late Jason Barthel Moore and Tommorow Latrice Betton.
Jamari grew up in Fort Payne as a child and was relocated to Lithonia, GA, where he attended Martin Luther King High School.
Jamari better known as (Mop), later pursued a career in music production, he loved dogs, he and his brother bred bulldogs and were the owners of 48 Bully Camp. He lived life through simple pleasures, spending time with his family and friends. Jamari (Mop) was handsome, intelligent, loving, funny, and had a carefree spirit. A beloved son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend.
When you think of Jamari (Mop), celebrate the good memories you have of him. We will always remember his smile and his ability to light up a room. His presence in our lives will be sorely missed.
Jamari departed this life unexpectedly, at the age of 25, on August 16, 2023.
He was preceded in death by his father, the late Jason Barthel Moore; sister, Christian Moore; grandfather, James Lee Oates; great-grandmother and grandfather, John Betton and Elizabeth Betton; and great-great-grandmother, Willie Bell Coleman.
Jamari (Mop) leaves behind to cherish his memories his mother, Tomorrow L. Betton; grandmothers, Mary Davenport-Ayers, and Rhonda Betton; grandfather, Earl Prater Jr.; sister and brothers, Dashrunia, Desiree M., Desirae B., Keion, Kristmist, Jateya, Misaia, Shyheim, Unique, Jason ll; aunts and uncles, Alto (Peggy), John, Jerrell, Fredrick, Jamal, Shaundia, Janice, Alma and Yolanda; nieces and nephews, Yazir, Nykel, Bruni, Jasmin, London and Joslin, and also a host of family and friends.