“He gives power to the weak, and to those who have no might He increases strength. Even the youths shall faint and be weary, And the young men shall utterly fall, but those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.
Mr. Je’Aarian Scott Belin was born June 5, 2001 to K. Jason Williams and Patrina Belin, Sr. in Augusta, Georgia. Je’Aarian entered into eternal rest on Sunday, April 21, 2019.
Je’Aarian, affectionately known as “Jay”, was our typical 17 year old who was loving, caring, outgoing, adventurous, quirky and fun to be around with an infectious smile. He loved listening to music, hanging with friends, being a big brother and cousin. Jay had a deep passion and a unique skillset for electronics, which he used to repair cell phones for friends and family. Jay yearned for the next adventure after high school as he excitingly planned his future, as he had high hopes and dreams for his future. Jay’s goofy faces, his smile, his laughter, and pulsating personality will be deeply missed by all who were fortunate enough to meet him. He selflessly gave of himself in his final moments to show us that humanity still exists.
Je’Aarian attended Hannah Pamplico schools while living in Pamplico, South Carolina with his grandfather Bobby Belin. Jay also attended schools in Kentucky and Florida during his family’s military travels. At the time of his death Jay was attending New Hampstead High School, where he was due to graduate with the class of 2019. Upon graduation, Jay planned to either join the military or attend Full Sail University. Jay had ambitions to pursue his passion for Fine Arts. Jay had a creative spirit which beckons how great he would have been.
He leaves loving memories to be cherished by his parents K. Jason Williams and Patrina Williams and two brothers Jason Williams and Zerik Williams of the home in Savannah, Georgia. His maternal grandparent Bobby Belin of Florence, South Carolina. His paternal grandparents Earl (Mary) Williams Jr. of Silverstreet, South Carolina and Charlene Halistock of Newberry, South Carolina. His great-grandparents Earl (Betty) Williams of Silverstreet, South Carolina. His aunts Shena Belin of Florence, South Carolina, Jessica Stuckey of Johnsonville, South Carolina and Janice (Aborigine) Stuckey-Young of Lexington, South Carolina. His uncles Marvin Stuckey of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Earl (Tiffaney) Williams III of Lexington, South Carolina, Juan Penny of Kingstree, South Carolina, Douglas Eric Stuckey and Travis (Michelle) Stuckey both of Lexington, South Carolina. His Godparents Samantha (Timothy) Orange of Florence, South Carolina. Special friends Nevaeh Walker, Rashawn Kinsey, Airalyn Shor, McKenna Smith, Ciyna Clark and a host of cousins, great-aunts, great-uncles, relatives and friends.
Je’Aarian was preceded in death by his grandmother, Bessie S. Belin; his great-grandmother Lizzie Durant Stuckey and Artiemishel Belin; his great-grandfather Douglas Stuckey Sr. and Ozell Sonny Belin.