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Jason Antonio Ford, Jr.
November 6, 1999 ~ December 16, 2020 (age 21) 21 Years Old
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His life well loved. His life well played. Now comes rest to Jason Antonio Ford, Jr.
Jason Antonio Ford, Jr. was born on November 6, 1999 to Jason Antonio Ford, Sr. and Zakiya Pritchett. He was the youngest son for both parents.
Jason affectionately known as Doodie, by family and Li Jason by his friends graduated from Carver High School in 2018. He had love for football and basketball but basketball was his heart. He had a hell of a crossover and quickness for days. He won several MVP titles on the field and the court. He was always considered a star on his teams and would have a leadership role on them as well. His senior year he made All City and passed 1,000 scoring points. He was always a team player and motivating his teammates for greatness.
He had the biggest love for family and friends. He was always there for his friends if it meant bringing them to his Grandma Shirley house to eat or spending the night. He always helped his friends and put them before himself. He really was a good to friend to have because he considered you his brother.
His life was short but it was filled with love, loyalty and laughter. He leaves to cherish his memories: His Grandmother Emma Ford; His Father Jason Ford, Sr.; His Mother Zakiya Pritchett (Anthony); His Brothers, Kelton (Miya) and Antonio; His Nephew KJ and Niece Kaliyah; His Aunts, MaShawn, Rosemary and Albretta; His Uncles, Robert, Milton, Audwin, Keith, Byron and Marcus; A host of cousins, relatives and friends who will remember Jason’s life and love of the game.