“The Lord himself goes before you and will be with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Deuteronomy 31:8
MR. JAHI MALIK MISHOE, {22} the oldest child of Tahirah N. Mishoe Johnson and Jimmy Lee Gause, was born on March 08, 1995 in Conway, SC. Jahi departed this life on Saturday, December 02, 2017.

Jahi attended Horry County Schools and was a graduate of Conway High Class of 2013.

He was “full of life” from birth; regardless of the situation, Jahi always had a smile on his face. He enjoyed football and playing video games. He played football as a young boy and in his adulthood he became a HUGE fan of the New England Patriots.

He attended South Carolina State University where he had dreams of becoming an electrical engineer. He was currently employed at Conbraco Industries as a Finisher.

Jahi was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Regina W. Mishoe and uncle, Ivan S. Mishoe.

He leaves behind to cherish his memories his life loving parents, Tahirah Mishoe~Johnson {Thomas Johnson Jr.} and Jimmy Lee Gause; two {2} sons, Kendrick Davis and Jahsiah Mishoe; one {1} sister, Malaika M. Mishoe and five {5} bonus siblings all of Conway, SC; his maternal grandfather, Levernon Mishoe; maternal bonus grandparents, Thomas and Nellie Johnson Sr. and paternal grandmother, Annie “Emma” Stewart {James “JC” Stewart}; three {3} aunts, Rhonda {Paul} Goss of Conway, SC, Denisha Mishoe of Conway, SC, Theresa Mishoe of Conway, SC; seven {7} uncles, Anthony {Amy} Mishoe of Myrtle Beach, SC, Shawn {Cathy} Mishoe of Conway, SC, Tony Mishoe of Conway, SC, Gaylon {Kimberly} Gause of Hemingway, SC, Jeremy Stewart of Hemingway, SC, Sedric {Tina} Johnson of Red Bluff, SC and Kevin {Ebony} Johnson of Conway, SC; a loving and devoted girlfriend, Jazzmen Amsden; a very loving and special cousin, Paul Mishoe; a childhood and lifelong friend, Cody Shelley along with a host of loving family and friends.

Visitation will be held 6:00~ 8:00 PM Friday, December 08, 2017 at Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel. Funeral Services will be held 1:00 PM Saturday, December 09, 2017 at Word of Life Christian Fellowship Church. Arrangements are entrusted to Ocean View Funeral Home Conway Chapel.


15 Responses to MR. JAHI MALIK MISHOE

  • Constant prayers for one of the best families I no…Till this day you will never be forgotten.Fly high you beautiful soul and watch over us all till the day we meet again…

  • May God be with the family during this time. We are praying for you.

  • Sorry for your loss praying for the family.

  • May God be with our family during this time. Peace be to all.

  • My heart goes out to each & everyone that is suffering the loss of this young man, To his parents, children, girlfriend, other Family members, & my little cousin, his life long friend “Cody” your all in my prayers! Fly high young soul! ♡☆♡ •¿•

  • My condolences to you and your family, your son Jahi will forever be miss

  • May God be your rock through the time to come as you go through this loss. I love you and you and the family have been in my constant prayers.

  • Tahirah, god will see us all through this, we all are praying for gods grace and mercy to see us all through this. We are all so sorry for not being there, but we are praying, we love you!!!

  • Praying for the family

  • Grief is a process different for everyone. Don’t let anyone rush you. Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you have come. Remember everything you have faced, all the battles you have won, and all the fears you have over come. You Can Do It!!!
    Love to my family,

  • Love and prayers to my dear family! God will give us his strength.

  • May God please be with family and friends at this difficult time. Our prayers and condolences are sent to family and friends.

  • May God grant the family grace as you travel on beyond our sight. God be with you

    Rev. Diane Gardner-Slater and family

  • My deepest condolences on the loss of your son. May your beautiful memories sustain and bring comfort to you during this difficult season.

  • Gone but never forgotten thats a promise

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