Jalil Muhammad, age 19, of McDonough, passed away Wednesday, June 30, 2021. Prayer Service will be held Sunday, July 11, 2021, 2:30 PM, Lovejoy Cemetery, 1492 Lovejoy Road, Hampton, GA. A Memorial Dinner will be held Sunday, July 11, 3:30 PM, Akhirah's Cafe, 5134 Old National Hwy, Suite D, College Park, GA 30349, 404-228-3721.
Who was Jalil Q Muhammad?
Jalil’s life was a struggle of love, and challenges but was a joy and a source of laughter and enjoyment. Jalil was non-verbal autistic but despite his condition he hugged, and embraced often. Despite the difficulties of his life, he had plenty of joyous days that were full of music, good food, adventurous hikes, hot days at the beach and riding his dad’s motorcycle. He loved to sit and listen to his father and others have deep spiritual discussions that often was the theme of his home life. Jalil loved to sit in the car and bounce to his music. He enjoyed that so much, he was a hazard to transport, but he enjoyed long rides.(Ask his bus drivers) He loved nothing more in this world than to ride and listen to his jams. He was a super strong young man that was lovable and generous to his siblings. He often shared his food or drink, with or without your permission. He loved to laugh and yell out loud singing. He attempted his best at hitting the notes of his favorite recording artists like Usher, Trey Songs, John Legend, Anita Baker, Mary J Blige, Busta Rhymes, 50cent, Joe and the many Dj Khalid records.
Jalil touched a lot of people to be a man of no words. He was loved and cared for by his many medical professionals at Marcus Center for Autism; Nurses Monica & Sara and many hours with psychiatrist Dr. Helen Paneritis. He attended several schools in his life but spent his last years being loved and cared for greatly by the staff of JB Henderson GNETS school in McDonough, GA
Jalils 19 yr journey in this world ended abruptly and traumatically, but he left this world in a state of peace and contentment, sitting in the back of a car with his headphones on listening to his IPad. Jalil’s life is a reminder to not live your life in vain. We should take a lesson and learn to love the music of life, played by each human soul that chooses to respect the A tone of the Grand Orchestra of civilization. We must do better and learn to live in harmony. The evil of senseless violence and disrespect of human life destroys the melody of peace. Let the beat and loving memory of Jalil’s heart rock on in ours. Rest in Power Jalil Qudir Muhammad!
“And the beat goes on.”
Jalil was the 3rd child of Lori A. Windley - Muhammad of Jamaica Queens, NY and Tommie Muhammad of St. Louis, Mo
Roy Davis(PBUH) and Anne Windley(PBUH); Tommie Price Sr. and Deborah Hester-Clark(PBUH)
He was survived by 4 siblings; Amir M Rahman-Muhammad, Isis M Muhammad, Aliyah Muhammad, Ilyahs Muhammad; and 6 step brothers and sisters; Laya Bowens, Idris Muhammad, Tre Muhammad , Salaam Muhammad, Quran Muhammad, Hadiyah Muhammad. He was cared for and raised by his Mother Lori and later his step mothers April Bowens-Muhammad and Chantaunya Muhammad in his final days.
Where he was from
Jalil was born into a large family based all over America but primarily in MO, NY, SC, FL, TX, CA and GA. Jalil was born into this world in Austell, GA. He lived in Atlanta, Ga, San Antonio, TX and Orlando, FL
Tanika Price, Andrea Windley, Sara Windley and Wanda Windley
Kelly D. Price, Tonolono Price, Latron Price, Tobias Price, Charles Windley
(Jalil has many great uncles and aunts not mentioned)
Jalani Lori Anne Rahman and Ava W Rahman
Lanesha Price, Kia Price, Jamel Price, Trevon Price, Lil PeeWee(Tony Jr) Price, TaMel Price, Tania Price, Tamia Price, Ray Price, Candace Price, Cameron Price, Christian Price, Carmen Price, Raven, Ra’Aminah, Ilias(Champ)-Price, Yahanna(YahYa)Price, Tyania Franks and Tiara(Shake)Price. (Jalil has a host of 2nd and 3rd cousins not mentioned)
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