Jamorris Reashaun Swain

Passed 08/24/2021


Obituary For Jamorris Reashaun Swain

Jamorris Reashaun Swain, age 30, of Arnoldsville, GA passed August 24, 2021.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Sunday, August 29, 2021 at The Oconee Civic Center, 2661 Hog Mountain Rd, Watkinsville, GA 30677.

Survivors include: his mother, Patty Swain; father, James Martin; sister, Latensha Swain; grandmother, Hattie Swain; special friend, Letina McCommons; and step daughter, Jaliyah Redd.

Arrangements by Jackson-McWhorter Funeral Home.

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  • We weren't the closest and we haven't seen each other face to face in God's knows when, but by blood you were my brother and nothing will change that. I'm deeply saddened by this tragedy and it makes you realize how short life can be. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends, you will be truly missed. Love your sister MiondaπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

  • Jay,You will truly be missed. Your smile and your wonderful spirit. You were a very special young man .We loved you but God loved you best . May you Rest in Peace my friend.

  • You're really and truly going to be missed . We didn't talk everyday but when we did it was always field with laughter and joy . I love you man !

  • Jay...where to start. Worked with you for about 4 years... feel like I known you forever!!! Your infectious smile was always seen daily. Your positive attitude and your laughter were always noticeable. You will be missed. I keep feeling like it's all a dream and we will all wake up!!! While we will miss you and grieve with your family we know that God had other plans.You have left a big footprint πŸ‘£ n the lives of so many that love you and will miss you! Go rest high and know that we all love and miss you, but this is not goodbye, it's see you later!! What a reunion that will be!!

  • I love you so much cousin when God called you home that truly broke me I will miss your spirit your smile I promise you will never be forgotten Love you forever

  • Jay, I am truly at a loss of words because of this. Man, I sure do miss you. I remember many days at McLane when you were loading trucks and talking to you about becoming a supervisor. Once promoted, you ran with it and made a huge impact to the operation. People would listen to you. You were a great leader as well as a confidant. You were always a little quiet but I think that is because you were a very analytical person. You were slow to anger and had quick resolve. A very empathetic person, people tended to gravitate to you for guidance and would follow your leadership. I will miss your smile and laughter but most of all, I will truly mis YOU.

  • Jamorris, my dear friend, there are not enough words to describe the impact you had on those who had the pleasure of knowing you. Your kindness and humility were admirable, and your smile could light up any room. From High school days, to planning our class reunion, to long talks at the gym you always carried positivity. Your ambition, hunger for life, and love for your family was unmatched. The last advise you gave me was to keep pushing forward no matter how tough life gets and those words I will always carry with me. To have known you was a true blessing and I will forever be grateful for our friendship. Rest peacefully sweet friend. -Anabel Huizar

  • πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ With Deepest sympathy

  • Jamorris, let me start by saying Rest In Peace brother. I, like many, will never forget you. From becoming friends at Clarke Middle School to dying at wrestling practice with Coach Stoud, or just cracking up in class at Clarke Central.. I will never forget you my friend. There are not many people that you come across in life that make as big of an impact on those around them, as you made to those around you. Always quiet but what a strong presence you carried. From the first time I ever met you, I knew that I could always count on you to have my back no matter what and that I had a friend for life. And even though you have been called home, trust me when I say you will always live in our memories. Forever remembered by Philip Wierson.

  • Rest In Peace J-Mo Coach Stoud

  • Your smile, laughter, kind and loving spirit will be very much missed in the halls and offices of work. You brought so much joy and laughter to so many people. You will be gratefully missed. I promise i'll save a donut for you and try new restaurants as often as possible.

  • Rest in peace my friend!

  • Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.

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