Jonathan Howard Obituary, Lifelong Beaumont, Scarborough Resident Has Died

Jonathan Howard Obituary, Death – Jonathan Howard of Beaumont, Scarborough has suddenly and unexpectedly passed away. His was born on March 25th, and his parents, Cynthia Jackson Howard and George Howard Jr., were the ones who brought him into this world. When completing his high school education at O. Perry Walker, he went on to work at C&R Consulting Inc. after he received his diploma. Jonathan was a loving and supportive parent to his four daughters, whom he doted on constantly. He was always there for them when they needed him. Jonathan was well-known for his contagious smile as well as his ability to make everyone he interacted with feel happy and laugh more frequently.

When he had any free time, two of his favorite things to do were to listen to music and to spend time with his family. In addition to that, he liked to ride motorcycles in his spare time. Before Jonathan was even born, his great-grandparents George Howard, Sr. and Maggie Howard, Elmo Weaver and Annie Weaver, his great-uncle Harry Jackson, Jr., and his great-aunt Barbara Hughes all went away. The celebration of Jonathan’s homegoing will be attended by his family, which includes the four gorgeous girls that he leaves behind: Darrion Washington, I’kia Wilson, Addison Adams, and Bailey Howard.

Cynthia Jackson Howard and George Howard Jr., both of whom treasured their son, were his doting parents. Cynthia Jackson Howard was his mother, and George Howard Jr., was his father. His devoted step parents, Sandra Howard and Calvin Baloney, who are never absent from his life. Prystal Wilson was a devoted companion to him and he had her. His four sisters and brothers, Rene Howard, Delilah Howard, Serria Williams, and George Howard III, are all people who have a spirit that is similar to his own. In addition, he is survived by a loyal sister-in-law named Cassandra Howard and a devoted brother-in-law named Irvin Robins.

Both of these people will miss him deeply. Madelline Carter, Phyllis Weaver Bunch, Larry Jackson, Bruce Jackson, Eric Weaver, Creola Carter, Olivia Howard, George Howard Jr., and Gerald Howard Sr. are some of the people he has left behind to celebrate his transition into the next life. Other loved ones include Eric Weaver and Creola Carter. Cardell Ross, Joe, and Ronald Keys are three exceptional and devoted friends who have known each other for a considerable amount of time. He also leaves behind a vast number of relatives and friends, including nieces, nephews, cousins, and other members of his family and friends who were very important to him. He will be sorely missed by all of them.

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