Obituary of Brandon Jackson Green
It is with great dismay to announce the sudden death of Brandon Jackson-Green at the tender age of 35 years. Our hearts are deeply saddened. Brandon was a kind, helpful, and loving person. He touched the lives of so many people, and we miss him very much! He would have been celebrating his birthday on June 20th, Father’s Day. We are trusting in God to provide funds in order for Brandon to receive funeral arrangements. Your generous donations will help alleviate the financial stress that our family is facing. May God bless you! Thank you so much for your help! Click the red button below to donate.
The Jackson Family
Brandon Julian Jackson-Green, 35, passed on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Brandon was born on June 20, 1985, at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC, to the late Zelda Jackson and Stanley Green. Raised in Silver Spring, MD, Brandon grew up attending the First Church of Seventh Day Adventists and participated at both public and Adventist schools for his early education. Brandon later attended Montgomery Blair High School and the University of Maryland Global Campus, where he studied finance.
A Jack of all trades with numerous career interests and passions, Brandon had an entrepreneurial spirit. He was, most recently, an admissions counselor for online education platform 2U and had a long career as a mixologist and event planner. His many talents include a lifelong love of music from playing piano, bass, and singing and composing. He was heavily involved in The Urban Nation H.I.P.-H.O.P. (Hope, Integrity, Power, Helping Our People) Choir, Co- Founded by Dr. Sheila Johnson Newman formerly Co-Founder of B.E.T. Black Entertainment Television and CEO & Music Producer Dr. Rickey Payton, Sr. The Choir has shared the stage with many noted celebrities including performances at The White House and many other venues.
Family and friends were the essential things in Brandon's life. He loved organizing reunions and gatherings that brought people together. He will be remembered for his generous spirit, unwavering loyalty, and his love for others.
Brandon was preceded in death by his mother, Zelda Ann Jackson. He leaves to cherish his memory his father, Stanley Green; His daughter, Mezzi Zelda Jackson and two sons, Roman Rayan Jackson and Jordan Carter Jackson; three sisters Bianca Jackson, Allison Rogers, and Denise Green; two brothers, Bryant Jackson-Green and Stanley Green Jr.; and dozens of other friends and family members.
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