The funeral service will be conducted at 11:00 A.M., Friday, December 19, 2014 at Deliverance Tabernacle Holiness Church, 435 Elberta Road, Warner Robins, Georgia, where Bishop Charles Ellington is pastor. Pastor C.T. Johnson, pastor of Empowering Word Ministry, will officiate. Interment will follow in the New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery, Georgia Highway 26 East, Montezuma, Georgia.
Life for Jermirie Walter Hooks had it beginning in Decatur, Dekalb County, Georgia the 25th day of June 1986, one of the most happiest moment in the lives of his parents, Earl Hook, Jr. and LaTonia Manson Hooks. The spirit of this child and the glow on his face exemplified the spirit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control. Nevertheless, the life he lived on this earth on December 14, 2014 he had a new beginning in heaven. The 2nd Corinthian 5:11 says, “For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.”
Jermirie was educated in school system of Progressive Christian Academy, Macon County High School, Montezuma, Georgia and Peach County High School of Fort Valley, Georgia where as he graduated in 2005. He continue to pursue his education in aviation mechanic at Middle Georgia Technical College of Warner Robins, Georgia and later transferred to Aviation Maintenance Institute of Lawrenceville, Georgia. After completing his education in aircraft mechanic he returned home whereas he later obtained a job with Bombardia Aircraft of Macon, Georgia and he also was employed with Walmart of Warner Robins, Georgia.
He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and joined the band of Christian believers at the Dabar Ministries of Warner Robins, Georgia under the leadership of Apostle Conswella Moses Drummonds. It was more than an honor for him to be a member of the Dabar Choir and Praise Teams. His port folio contains many songs and poems he wrote from his heart and shared with all his friends and Christian brothers and sisters. He reached out to everyone and he had a dynamic personality for making friends.
On Sunday, December 14, 2014 he moved to that new city and those who are left behind, was left with a memory that will long be written in their heart. A love that will long be remembered which include: a loving son, Jermirie Angelo Earl Hooks, Jr.; parents, Earl Hooks, Jr. and Latonia Manson Hooks, Marshallville, Georgia, two sisters. LaShondra Hooks, Warner Robins, Georgia, Shernika Hicks (Morris) Byron, Georgia; two brothers, Anthony Earl Hooks, Marshallville, Georgia and Marcel Hooks, Montezuma, Georgia, Uncles and aunts, Karl Hooks (Tammy), Montezuma, Georgia, Carion “Calvin” (Carmen) Manson, Perry, Georgia, Albert (Mildred) Manson, Riverdale, Georgia, Lizzie B. (Purnell) Lee, Cromwell, Connecticut, Richard (Geraldine) Manson, Oglethorpe, Georgia, Samuel Cleve Manson, Atlanta, Georgia, Luther Manson, Fort Valley, Georgia, Henry Manson, Decatur, Georgia Bernette (James) Waye, Lawrenceville, Georgia and Wanda (Gregory) Oliver, Americus, Georgia. Great aunts and great uncles, Betty (Clyde) Zachery, Ft. Valley, Georgia, Barbara Thomas and Mary Delois (Warren) Thomas all of Rochester, New York, Joan Granville, Montezuma, Georgia, Charles (Ila), Lawrenceville, Georgia and Bill (Carrie) Thomas, Rochester, New York. A host of beloved cousins including several devoted, Jatione Hooks, Carltez Hooks, Cabresha Hooks, Nicholas Manson, Ahmad Manson, Hassan Manson, Kelli Manson, Sheniqua Manson, Liberty Banks and Lucas Manson; and a host of other relatives and friends including his Christian family, Dabar Ministries Christian Fellowship.