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Jordan Dominick Eubanks
December 15, 1992 ~ March 1, 2023 (age 30) 30 Years Old
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Jordan Dominick Eubanks was born December 15, 1992, in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, the beloved son of Ebony D. Smith and Henry A. Eubanks Jr. Jordan attended McKeesport High School and obtained his Highschool Diploma.
On Wednesday, March 1, 2023, Jordan would lose his life to senseless violence, protecting himself until the end as a warrior against lost souls. He was a responsible Licensed gun owner for multiple years without incident. Jordan Eubanks was not a gangbanger, drug dealer, or drug addict… He was a son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend. Worked hard, had no interest in worldly possessions, and was not a threat to anyone! A young man figuring out life his way the best way he knew how… Jordan will forever be remembered as a WARRIOR.
Jordan was an introvert who stayed in his own bubble described by his Mother. A beautiful spirit who believed in his faith. Focused on fulfilling the goals he created and caring for the people he loved nearest to him. he never caused any trouble nor sought out any. A young man whose character spoke volumes and whose values succeeded him. He showed true, unwaveringly, unconditional, and consistent love above and beyond anything anyone could imagine. If he trusted you, he allowed you into his personal space, as he possessed a discerning heart. Jordan loved focusing on his inner thoughts and ideas rather than what was happening externally. He wasn't into crowds but loved spending time with the ones he loved and those who loved him. Jordan and his Mother's morning routine was to have coffee. Jordan would call and ask if she had made her coffee. If she had not, he would come over and make a cup for them to enjoy and then have their mother-and-son conversation, which was always inspirational and motivational for them two.
Sir Master Jordan leaves to Honor his Heroic Memory: His Mother, Mrs. Ebony D. Smith (Father, Damien Lee), and Father, Henry Alvin A. Eubanks, Jr., Six Brothers: Henry A. Eubanks, III (Booder), Devin Lee, Ammiel Parks-Lee, Damien Hemingway-Lee, Jayvon (Mister) Harris-Eubanks; Three Sisters: Jazmine Farrah-Eubanks, Jada Harris-Eubanks, Ramiyia Lee.
A Host of Grandparents: Mrs. Linda Blake (Tyrone), Mr. Darnell Mitchell, Minister Antonie Lee (The Late Christina Lee), and The Late Henry Alvin Eubanks, Sr. (Frances). A Host of Aunts and Uncles: Ingrid S. Eubanks, Donna M. Eubanks-Newton, (Richard), Harvest Mitchell, Darnell Smith, Vaughn Lee, Antoine Lee.
Nieces and Nephews Jordan cherished and loved with all his Heart: Amira Eubanks, Prince Henry A. Eubanks, Henry A. Eubanks, IIII., Jayla Blakey, Demetrius Edge, Jr., Jazmire Edge, Dre-Muan Edge. Honorary Nieces and Nephews: Kieajah Carpenter, Kiearah Carpenter, Kiemoni Thompson, Kiemere Thompson. Along with Aunts and Uncles, cousins, and friends.