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Corey R. Jackson, Jr. "MAN-MAN"
June 20, 2002 ~ November 12, 2023 (age 21) 21 Years Old
Corey was a loving, caring and strong-willed young man. He was an athlete and a leader. He loved playing football and video games. He was a big Dallas Cowboys fan. He was very protective of his mother, which made him a great son, grandson, brother, and nephew who loved his family and friends.
Corey was born on June 20, 2002, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the youngest of three born to Shemika Hamilton. Corey attended West Oak Lane Charter School from K-8 and then went on to Upper Perkiomen High School where he received his high school diploma. He also received his HVAC certificate from Western Montgomery Career Technology Center.
Corey was employed with Allied Universal Security services. He was very excited about his position there and was looking forward to moving up within the company.
Corey leaves to celebrate his life and cherish his memories: his parents, Dominic and Shemika Hamilton; his siblings, Dontae Dupree and De'Jah Jackson; his four step sisters, Dominique, Dezire, Treassure, Dianna;his loving grandmother , Minnie Ladson, his aunts and uncles, Annette Ladson, Kelly Goldwire and Barry Goldwire; his great aunt and uncles, Anna Rose (Robert) and Marvin Goldwire; his godmother, Alieia Nash and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends too numerous to name.