Devin James Jefferson, 25, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 4, 1994 to Monica Leigh Smith-Robbison and Frederick James Jefferson.
Devin was an avid fan of baseball and played for the Cincy Sox since he was 13 years old and his jersey number was #13. He also had a fascination with Wolves. Devin loved his family and friends unconditionally and enjoyed spending time with them.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Edward Meriweather and his uncle, Wallace Jones.
Devin is survived by his loving family, including his mother, Monica Leigh Smith-Robbison; fathers, Frederick James Jefferson and Keith Christopher Robbison; grandparents, Diana Lee Smith, Isaac "Mike" Estel Smith and Catherine Meriweather, his Nana Edwina Robbison; siblings, Meignliah Jefferson, Christopher Robbison, Maxwell Robbison, Danielle Robbison; nephews, Kingston Robbison and Kanaan Robbison; uncles, Michael (Monique) Smith, Dewayne Jefferson, Milton Jefferson and Keenan Robbison; cousins, Christopher (Bri) Smith, Alyssa Smith, Katie (Alex) Tracy, Chelsea Smith, Miley Smith, Wallace Jones, Jr., Moses Daughtery and Marcus Daughtery; step-mother, Danielle Guthrie; step-sisters, Macey Parker and Mackenna Parker and a host of other extended family members and friends all of whom will miss him dearly and carry his memory with them in their hearts.
Funeral Ceremony will be 11:00 am Wednesday, June 26, 2019 at Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions, 7830 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 with words of comfort and reassurance delivered by Rev. Walter "Bud" McMurray. Burial will follow at Crown Hill Memorial Park, 11825 Pippin Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45231.
Visitation for family and friends to share stories and memories will be on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at the funeral home.
In loving memory of Devin, In lieu of flowers contributions are suggested to be made to the family directly to assist with final expenses.
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