Serenity  Rose Jean

Serenity Rose Jean was born September 19, 2018 to Adrien and Lakystia Humphrey-Jean in Jacksonville. From birth as she grew older, Serenity possessed a chilled and unbothered personality. She displayed a special love and excitement for her family, especially her twin sister Savannah. 

Her favorite song was “If you’re happy and you know it”. She loved the movie, “Moana” along with her favorite food, French fries. 

Serenity taught her family lessons in life on a daily basis. Her consistent message was to remain calm. She taught them to trust the process and to trust and believe God’s plan. She taught them to never give up, to never stop fighting, and to push through until the end. 

On Monday, March 30, 2020, God knew that Little Serenity’s purpose had been fulfilled here on  earth and gathered her precious soul for its journey back to Heaven.  

Serenity was a focused and determined child. She fulfilled her purpose, completed her assignment, and heard God say, “Well done, my child”.

Serenity leaves to cherish her memory, her loving parents, Adrien and Lakystia Jean; her siblings, Niana and Savannah Jean, Addison and Carter Myles; her grandparents, Donald and Betty Humphrey, Josette Lucien, and Phileas Jean; her great-grandparents, Mary Humphrey and Wilbur Smith; her aunts, “Cha Cha,” Dionna Myles, and Aisha Abba; and uncle Caleb;  a host of great aunts and great uncles as well as a host of other family and friends.

A graveside service was held on Friday, April 3, at Hilliard Community Cemetery, Hilliard.

Final arrangement entrusted to Royal Funeral Home, Inc., Jesup.


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