Jermaine Hamilton was born and raised in Far Rockaway, N.Y., in St. John’s Episcopal Hospital on March 5, 1985, to Pansy Hamilton and Steve Taylor. He was the oldest of four. Jermaine worked as a construction worker. He was loved because of the love he always gave to everyone who had the honor of meeting him. He was everyone’s favorite “Gentle Giant” as they would call him. Jermaine was a family guy, loved to be around his loved ones having a good time with a laugh that was one of a kind.
Jermaine had a smile that was so contagious no matter what mood you were in, you could not help but to smile back and with his hug that would pull you close to him. His favorite hobby was fishing. He was the best son, uncle, brother, and father anyone could ask for.
Jermaine has gone home to be with his grandparents, Marion and John Hamilton.
He leaves to mourn his parents, Pansy and Steve; siblings, Taria Hamilton, Tanisha Hamilton and Dashawn Obee; his son, Jermaine Jr. Hamilton; and daughter, Shaniyah Hamilton; his stepfather, Dwayne Obee; his grandmother, Deloris Maddicks; his uncle, Musonga “Sonny Goodtimes” Maddicks; Ran, bonus brother, Anthony “Goodie” Hamilton; aunts, Carol and Janice Hamilton; a niece, LaJhae Flagg “PrettyMissMissy;” cousins, Shanna, John, Cequanm Anthony, Tyrone, and plenty, plenty more relatives and friends.
Celebration of Life Services will be conducted Saturday, September 24, 2022, at 3 p.m. at Macedonia Baptist Church, 330 Beach 67th Street, Averne, N.Y. Pastor Evan Gray will officiate.
Graveside Services will be conducted Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 1 p.m. at Chestnut Grove Baptist Church Cemetery in Statesville, N.C. Members of the family will receive friends prior to the grave service.
Family Funeral Service Inc., Brooklyn, is in charge of the Celebration Services and Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home, Statesville, is in charge of the Interment Services.
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Rutledge and Bigham Funeral Home is serving the Hamilton Family.