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Jamaal IBN Husam

1949 - 2015

Jamaal IBN Husam, 65, of Ridge Avenue, Milton passed away on July 15, 2015 at his Home.  Born in Dayton, Ohio on December 20, 1949 he was the son of Phyllis (Adams) Hill and the late Timothy Hill.


Jamaal graduated from High School in Dayton, Ohio and worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for 30 years.  He was a member of St. Paul’s A.M.E. in Milton and was president of council 13 AFSCME.  He enjoyed cooking for his neighbors and the local firemen.  He liked to fish, watch basketball, and he was an Ohio State fan.


He is survived by his mother Phyllis Hill of Ohio, his companion Edie Bastian of Milton, three daughters Natalie Fuller of Maryland, Natasha Fall of Ohio, and Nakeisha Barnes of Florida, three sons Ishmael Husam of Milton, Roman Husam of Montoursville, and Joshua Husam of Milton, two brothers Anthony Fuller of Ohio, and Zubair Husam of State College, a sister Crysta Baker of Ohio and many grandchildren.


A time of remembrance will be celebrated on Monday, July 20 from 4:00 to 6:00 PM at St. Paul AME Church 232 Willow St. Milton, PA.


Such a great person. He always waved and said hello when we were out. The street will not be the same without his smile he always had. Prayers to the whole family in this difficult time. Neighbors at 142 Ridge Lee and Nicole Beaver

It was my honor to have served with Jamaal on AFSCME Council 13's executive board. We usually sat next to each other at board meetings. We had great fun together on union trips, always looking out for one another. He had great love for his children and spoke of them often. Rest in peace my brother!

Karen Dorich

My condolences to the family. I knew Jamaal for many years thru our involvement with AFSCME Council 86. Jamaal was the type of person who would make you laugh at any time. He will be greatly missed.

Tom Perrin, Former President
AFSCME Council 86

Sorry to hear of the passing of Jamaal, My condolences to the family he was very nice man had the pleasuer of meeting him at Council meetings held by AFSCME. He was dedicated and source of knownlegde he will be sadley miss!

My Condolences once again to my AFSCME Family & Friends

R.I.P Jamaal

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