Ronald Ja’mal Davis
August 13, 1982- February 3, 2021
Born August 13, 1982, at Womack Army Hospital, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Parents: Ronald and Debra Hicks Davis
Being named Ronald Jamal Davis, He told his dad at a young age he wanted to be called
Ja’mal. because he wanted to make his own story. So, he was called Jamal.
Jamal Gave his life to Christ at an early age. He was baptized at St John Missionary Baptist Church, Orlando.
Jamal loved attending church and participating. In Richmond, Kentucky He and Jillian joined Vineyard Community Church of Richmond-Pastor Joe Woods.
He attended several elementary schools being in a military family. Middle school was Robinswood, and High School he attended West Orange High and graduated in 2000.
He attended Eastern Kentucky University. That was where God wanted him to be, he met, The Love of His Life Jillian M. Perry, to this union they were blessed with two children Jaylen L. Davis and Chloe J. Davis.
They were owners of Gridiron Bar B-Q & Gridiron Catering in Richmond, Kentucky.
In 2007 Jamal started to experience Health issues but Stayed Strong and kept his Faith in God.
On February 3, 2021, he answered the call of Our Lord and Savior.
He is preceded in death by:
Grandmother: Dorothy Bristol
Grandfathers: James Davis Sr.; Grover Hicks Sr.
He leaves to treasure his memories:
His Parents: Ronald and Debra H. Davis
His Wife: Jillian Perry Davis
Children: Jaylen L. Davis; Chloe J. Davis
Brother: Simon D. (Stephanie) Davis
Sisters: Kimberly (Jacques)Herring; Tara (DeNorris)Jackson; April (Taurus) Johnson
In-Laws: Hubert and Roxie Perry
Brother-in-law: Jamie (Sherri) Perry
11 Nieces and Nephews: Isaiah Davis, Tyler Johnson, Tayla Johnson,
Bryce Herring, Kellis Eppinger, Saniah Davis, Kendall Herring, Sarah Davis,
Kaiden Jackson, Kameren Jackson, Peyton Herring
A Host of Uncles: Mike (Carol) Davis; Gene (Deloris)Hicks; Darrell (Rhonda)Davis
Aunts: Denise (David)Charles; Patricia Williams; Cynthia Davis; Marie H. Davis; Debra Davis.
Sharon Davis; Pamela Bristol; Lucretia Windom.
A Host of Cousins, Family, and Friends that loved him and he loved.
JAMAL’S MOTTO: (Real Men keep their Promises) “I Do”. (author unknown)