|Visitation||Spring Grove Funeral Homes, 4389 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223||November 18, 2022||1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||Directions|
|Funeral Service||Spring Grove Funeral Homes, 4389 Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223||November 18, 2022||2:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Directions|
Kwame-Nyeusi Jackson was born on January 11, 1990, in Oceanside, California to Richard Jackson and Molili Collins-Nyeusi. Kwame at 22 months old was brought to Cincinnati, Ohio to live with Nina Jackson and Richard Jackson.
Kwame was baptized at West Cincinnati Presbyterian Church when he was younger. He sang in the Youth Choir, attended Youth Sunday School, and participated in Vacation Bible School, Youth Fifth Sunday Service and the Summer Program. He attended Martin Luther King Academy and graduated from the School for Creative and Performing Arts.
Kwame participated in an Artworks Summer Residency for creative writing and loved writing and participating in local Poetry Slams. He also was a Youth Program Docent at the Cincinnati Museum Center and eventually worked there as an adult. Kwame loved making people laugh and helping people, which was useful in his restaurant and hospitality positions.
Kwame was preceded in death by his dad Richard Jackson; and grandmothers: Marth Crutchfield and Mary L. Meatchem.
He leaves to cherish his memory two sons: Jackson and Murphy; Mom: Nina (Dwight); three sisters: Marquitashua (Keith), Tiffany, Erika; one brother: Michael; Aunts: Rose, Kathy, Antoinette, Dottina (Ronnie); Uncles: Robert, Reggie, James, Stanley, Sonie, Ali; the Collins-Nyeusi family; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. www.springgrove.org
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