Terrance Jewell

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Terrance, affectionately known as “Tank” was born to Joan Jewell and William P. Garner on September 1, 1976 at Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.  As a young child, he attended Burnside Missionary Baptist Church and Vacation Bible School.  He attended Brookhaven High School and later went on to receive his General Education Diploma from the Ohio Department of Education.

During his early adulthood, Terrance went on to become a successful entrepreneur owning Jewell Trucking Company.  He was a member of True Love Ministries.  While being a son, father, and good friend, he found time to enjoy life by traveling, riding his motorcycle, playing chess, and socializing with friends and family.  He enjoyed attending get togethers, however, you could always count on him being tardy for the party!  He was loving and caring and enjoyed making others happy.  He was always willing to lend a hand or be there for friends and family.

We will miss Terrance’s playful personality, bright joyous smile, contagious laugh, and distinctive raspy voice.  We will forever cherish the footprints and memories that he left in our heart.

Terrance is preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert and Ruby Jackson, Sr., andCarrie O. Garner; uncle, LaValle Garner; aunt, Doris Donald; brothers, William Pierre Garner and Joseph C. Jewell, Jr.; sister, Garthene “Sherre” Council; son, Terrance D. Jewell II; nephew, Joseph C. Jewell III; and cousins, Cezaray Garner, Carlos Garner, Curtis Martin, Sade Carrie Garner, and Keith Williams Jr.

Terrance is survived by his loving and devoted parents, Joan (Joseph, C, Sr) Jewell, and William Pierre Garner; brothers, Marchese Dotson and Antoine Dotson; children, Terrionna (Donnie) Brickerson, Ayana Hart-Hudson, Madison Bowers, and Mekhi Jewell; grandchildren: Jayonna, Lea, Dalila, and Kyra Brickerson, and Tyshawn Jewell; special mentions of the ones he loved as his own, Dasjah Wells, and Brooklynn Gunnell; great aunt, Ollie Bell Milliner of Dayton, OH; uncles, Jerrel Jewell, Terry Jewell, Keith Williams,  Robert (Jada) Jackson, Jr., Andre (Frankie Lynn) Garner of Atlanta, GA, and Stephen Garner; aunts, Diana (Terence) Jewell- Hudson, Wyuca Bradham of Stockbridge GA, Collette Garner, Alyce Fay Garner of Atlanta, GA,  many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, including special cousins, Nikki Norris, Kushan Norris, Tia Johnson, Steven Moorehead, Shareef Jewell, Drelle Jewell, Curtis (Shaneata) Garner, Shalena Zeigler, and Patty Taylor-Watkins; and God sister, Arrica Scarver; and a host of other relatives and friends

Terrance will truly be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving him.

Visitation 12:00pm and Funeral 1:00pm Friday, July 1, 2022 at Mt Hermon Missionary Baptist Church, 2283 Sunbury Road.

Interment at Evergreen Burial Park.

 

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Condolence Messages

  1. RIP Tank. Love you Always ❤️

    • My condolences to the family and friends. Growing up in Burnside we all were family. Tank you will be missed, and blessed was able to speak with you a couple of months ago. Continue to rest peacefully.

      Toni Hines-Mosely and family

  2. Sending prayers of comfort to my loves family
    I’m gonna miss you Tank Love you forever my love

  3. Tray Leftenant and Candice Leftenant

    To my nephew. RiP. Candice and I will never forget the love you showed us. So until we meet again take your angel wings. we will never forget your laughter and joy.

  4. Prayers for the family and friends. Missing this man so much….love you for life!!!

  5. Monique Cheatham

    Sending prayers and My Condolences…

  6. Clements Family

    Praying for family and friends, rest easy you will be missed….

  7. Cynthia “Boom” Preston

    Tank was One of a Kind. He might have been Late to The Party but when he got there he was The Life of The Party. I’m going to miss you Tank. You was one of The Coolest in The C.O. & A Legend in my eyes. Sleep on my Brother. We will kick it Again on the other side. Prayers to Everyone that was “Touched By Tank” ❤️

  8. Shawntell Jordan

    To the Jewell and Garner Family,

    Sending prayers of peace,love and comfort during this difficult time.

  9. Jessica Jackson

    My condolences to the family especially his mother and children. Tank may you Rest Peacefully

  10. Love you always cuz!

  11. Mrs Rhonda Greggs

    Sending our condolences R.I.Paradise

  12. Love the Moorehead Family

    We love you Tank! Thanks for living up to your last name and sharing all the jewels as we was growing up cuz! Always reminding everyone you was the original Tank lol! God got a great addition to his army and you will be missed!

  13. Dorothy Longs

    Rest in peace tank.sending my condolence to the jewells family may God bless you.

  14. I love you and miss you so much t and like everybody said you were the life of the party I just wish I could talk to you one more time give you a hug and laugh with you again like we did before you went away but you’re in a better place and you are loved by everybody especially your family me your cousin was talking about you the other day I really miss you the last message I got from you was you were coming over to see me and you never made it but you’re with Jesus now I love you T-Mac Terrence Joel may God bless you and keep you with him you’re in heaven now no more worries no more pain and no more suffering you will be missed yours truly lee lee I love you cousin we might not have been blood cousins but we were blessed to call each other family my condolences to the real family you raised a wonderful person and a nice young man I will miss you with all my heart I love you Terrence never forgotten rip family

  15. I’m praying that God’s grace cover, comfort and heal all that knew and loved him.

  16. Ryan L. Johnson (RyoFromOhio)

    REST EASY MY BROTHER.
    I’ll never forget the first day he walked in Monroe Middle School. Big kool-aid smile with one gold tooth. He took me home that day, because we lived out West and he said I don’t ride the bus and you ain’t either. Until this day, I thought that was the most coolest thing ever. His own in 6th grade. Long Live Tank. I love you man.

  17. Fly high You we’re a handsome funny , Fly high in the sky
    Love ❤️ Takiesha Black

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