Othaniel Lloyd Anderson

Othaniel Anderson Bryan born on September 18, 1989 at Queens General Hospital, New York, to proud parents Karlene and Lloyd. His formative years were spent in New York and he migrated to Orlando Florida at age 17.
Othaniel, affectionally called Jahmar by friends and family transitioned to be with the Lord on May 15,2022. Jahmar was Karlene’s only son and Lloyd’s fourth child.
A humble and gentle soul he was. Family members and friends were always recipients of his hugs and kisses, this practice can be attributed being the only son for Karlene (a mommy’s boy). He was a “family man”. His love for his mother, father, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews was unsurmountable. Jahmar held no grudges and is always the first to admire his fashion-conscious relatives and friends and even a stranger at times. Relatives can attest to the loving and caring young man he was. That smile of Jahmar will forever be etched in the minds and hearts of everyone he knew. “Patience is a virtue” the good book teaches and the universe can only hope Jahmar left enough patience for the world to share since he possessed so much of it.
His memory will be cherished by Karlene(mother), Lloyd(father), Lila (Step-mother), Sisters: Monique, Onisha and Akeema; Brothers: Malik, Maurice, Devon and Dontez. Eleven nieces and nephews, respectively; one great-nephew and hosts of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. The souls of the righteous are in the hands of God – there shall no torment touch them. Rest eternal grant unto him Oh Lord and may light perpetual shine.

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