The funeral service will be held at 11:00 A.M., Friday, November 4, 2016 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses, 104 Packinghouse Road, Americus, Georgia. Burial will follow at Hopewell Cemetery, Ellaville, Georgia.
Jamorrian, affectionately called "Big Man," was born June 2, 1999 in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia to Mario Smith and Tiffany Johnson. Jamarion was educated in the public school system of Sumter County and was currently an 11th grade student at Americus-Sumter High School. He was a linebacker on the Americus-Sumter High Panthers football team and was also on the baseball team. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Eddie Stovall, grandmother, Theodora Thornton, and brother, Jarius Johnson.
Jamorrian was full of joy, for he loved joking with his brothers, sisters, and friends. He also spent time studying the bible and learning about God's promises for mankind.
Survivors are his parents, Tiffany La-Nee Johnson-Clayton (Myron) and Mario Smith (Andrea), both of Ellaville, Georgia; maternal grandparents, Angelita Neal (Ronnie) and Elijah Johnson, both of Ellaville, Georgia; paternal grandmother, Julia Mae Smith; ten siblings, Breana Smith, Precious Smith, Cole Smith, Jasmine Mercer, Keondra Lundy, Jamyron Clayton, Ja’Myah Clayton, Ja’Breah Clayton, Jiyah Clayton, and Jazlynn Clayton; aunts and uncles, Wylinda Smith, Jerome Smith (Linda), Antwan Smith, Rahine Neal (Ivey), all of Americus, Georgia, Katesha Tyner (Chris), Labrent Neal, all of Atlanta, Georgia, Deacon Eddie Stovall, Jr. (Chiquita), Warner Robins, Georgia, Natasha Johnson, Crystal Peeples, both of Ellaville, Georgia, Nigel Clayton, Buena Vista, Georgia, Vennie Thornton, Rhode Island, New York, Eric Clayton, De’Erica Clayton, and Anthony Clayton, all of Columbus, Georgia; devoted cousins, Quantavious Johnson and Savion Johnson, who along with Big Man and his brother referred to themselves as "The Four Boys,"; devoted friends, including Derrick Tatum, Jr., Brae'lin Williams, and Sh'Qual White; a host of other relatives and caring friends.