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Keith Lamont Jones
September 4, 1985 ~ July 13, 2023 (age 37) 37 Years Old
Keith Lamont Jones was born to Mary Ellen White and Harold M. Jones on Wednesday,
September 4, 1985. He was better known by his friends and family as P-Dot. Keith was the third
born of four children. His smile was contagious.
Keith attended the Philadelphia School District and graduated from Olney High School. He was
later employed as a Roofer and also worked Construction. Keith loved the Dallas Cowboys
Football Team. He loved to rap, dance, and clown around. Keith loved his family, especially his
older brother Harold Jr. (Hizzy). Keith said, “I’ll take care of you, and protect you,” and he did.
Keith was smart and intelligent. He was loved and looked up to. His favorite candy was Nerds
and Gatorade Drink. Keith attended Triumph Baptist Church and later became a Muslim.
Keith was proceeded in death by his sister Nakiya E. White, and his brother Emmanuel Jones.
He leaves to mourn and cherish his memories, Mother, Mary Ellen White; Father, Harold M.
Jones; Brother, Harold Jones Jr.; Sister, Ellen E. Green; Foster brother Renaldo Ruiz; Nieces,
Aniyah, Joy, Anda, Madison, and Dallas; and Nephew, Naseem; Godbrother Robert Caldiz; Close
friend Rashad Lewis; His Companion of many years Jacenta English.
A host of Aunts, Great Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Friends.
I’m my brother’s keeper, you were always there for me, & I was also for you.
Now that you are gone, what am I to do, but I know one day we’ll see each other through.
Missing you, Love you.
Your brother, Harold
My life will never be the same. I can’t talk to you, or have you visit.
You are my Love and my Life. The last text I got from you, was “I Love you Mom”
“Goodnight, see you in the Morning.”
Missing you, Love Mom