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Raven Mackenzie Jacks
January 30, 2023 ~ May 17, 2023
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Raven Mackenzie Jacks, three and a half month old, “Pretty Girl” went home to be with Jesus on May 17, 2023. She was born on January 30, 2023 at Grant Hospital to two loving parents Nathaniel and Brianna who adored her. Raven enjoyed trips to the creek with her parents and her brother Roman. Known as the “queen of headbands,” you could catch her sticking her tongue out at you, or getting you to laugh with her infectious smile that will last a lifetime. Raven was the prettiest girl you ever saw, and her joy and heart will be cherished by her family forever. She is preceded in death by her grandmother Samantha Snider. Raven is survived by her parents Nathaniel Jacks and Brianna Snider; brother Roman Holder; grandparents Jodi (Derrick Soroka) Pleger and Kevin (Heather) Jacks; aunts and uncles Mackenzie Snider, Chance Snider, Natalie (Justin) Butterfield; Nicholas Jacks, Hailey Jacks, MacKenzie Soroka, and Lillie Soroka; cousin Elijah Butterfield; many great-grandparents, cousins, extended family and friends. A special thanks to her great-grandpa Spangler whose support and help in this time of need means so much. Her family will receive friends on Thursday, May 25, from 10-12, with her service to follow at 12pm at Cotner Funeral Home, 7369 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068. Graveside service to follow. Now in the eyes of God, but in forever in our hearts.
Raven’s family requests that you not wear black or dark clothing to her service. Please wear bright colors to celebrate her bright personality. Donations in her memory may be made to her family to help with final expenses through this time of mourning.