Jean-Marc was a profound, intelligent, compassionate, honorable and loving young man. His goal was to complete his law degree in Civil Rights, become a judge and run for political office. If you asked him why, he would say “ because someone has to do the right thing! People deserve to be treated equally.” ‘He knew this at a young age.
Those who knew him, also knew his crazy sense of humor and his roaring laughter. He had a smile that could light up an entire room. When he loved, he loved 100%, and when he committed, he was all in. He knew he was destined for something more.
Unfortunately, at 24 years of age he was called home, and did not have to suffer anymore. He leaves behind his mother, father, sister, nephew, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who loved him deeply and now have the task of picking up the pieces. He loved the Yankees, Batman and th Fresh Prince of BelAir.
I leave you with an entry he wrote in his journal about his ambition, he wrote “the measure of success is not by the accumulation of wealth or the acquisition of a title, but by how much better off the world and those in it are, because you lived.” We Are blessed because you were in our lives- you impacted all of us my son, you were a light in a world of darkness.
We have to clean up the pieces with your void and all the expenses tied to his medical battle/care. I am his proud mother and would do anything to bring him back. The funds will be used to pay the medical bills and the student loans he left behind.
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