Obituary For: John Henry Plummer, Jr.
John Henry Plummer Jr. (a.k.a. “Junie”) was born on June 21, 1954 in Philadelphia, PA. to the late John Henry Plummer Sr. and Maude Ethel Plummer. He was affectionately called “Junie” by his family and friends. Junie was educated in the Philadelphia School District where he attended Overbrook High School. He was loved and respected by his neighbors from the 49th and Hoopes Street Family. Junie was someone they could depend on in their time of need.
His employment history included Bryant Moving Company where he worked alongside his father until the business closed. He then went on to work for Charles Davis Moving and Hauling for many years and was later employed by the Ottley House until his health began to decline.
Junie was a man who loved his children and grandchildren. He would always look out for their well-being and safety. He did his best to watch over his children and teach them to be productive members of society. Although Junie practiced Islam for many, many years, he later joined the Ezekiel Baptist Church under the leadership of Reverend Brian D. King, Sr., where he attended bible study and church services.
Junie was preceded in death by his wife Gwendolyn, sons Izim and Ameen, grandson Tymir, and two brothers William (Hasan) and Calvin. He leaves to mourn his daughter Lucretia, and sons: Tyree, Tyron, Tyrone, Tysean, and a bonus son, JR. Sixteen grandchildren (with one due next month). He had one sister Pauline a.k.a. “Sissy” (Pastor Darrell Fittimon), one brother Walter, and one sister-in-law, Theresa as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and especially, his 49th and Hoopes Street Family.
Obituary: Ameen Hakeem Greer-Plummer
Ameen Hakeem Greer-Plummer was born on August 23, 1993 to the late John H. Plummer, Jr. and Gwendolyn Greer-Plummer and was raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Ameen was educated in the Philadelphia Public School System. He later enrolled in Job Corps and received a certificate for a Fork Lift Operator and was employed in the labor and construction industry. Ameen enjoyed writing his own rap songs & performing them for anyone who would listen! He had a special ability of telling you his life stories through his music, as if he was telling you a story.
Ameen practiced Islam his entire life and as a teenager he took his Shahada and became a Muslim. In 2010, Ameen met Kylea Roscoe and the two have been inseparable ever since! Along their love journey, they had three beautiful children, whom he cherished and adored so much. Family was everything to Ameen and he had a special relationship with all of his nieces and nephews, and enjoyed spending quality time with each of them.
He leaves to cherish his memory two sons Ky’Lee Tymir Greer, Ameen Hakeem Greer Jr.; one daughter, Khloe’Dior Gwendolyn Greer. Two sisters, Lucretia Greer-Plummer, Tykia Greer. Five brothers, Tyree Greer, Tyron Greer, Tyrone Greer, Tysean Greer and Izim Greer who preceded him in death. A host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins & Friends. His children’s mother and also the love of his life, Kylea Roscoe & a dear friend, JR.
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