A California University of Pennsylvania football player and Central Catholic alum Jamain Stephens has died.
The university made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon.
“Jamain was such a wonderful student with a smile on his face every time you saw him,” said Athletic Director Dr. Karen Hjerpe. “His personality was contagious and he made such a positive impact on everyone he met, according to a statement posted online on September. 8, 2020 by radio.com
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Krystal Garcia wrote
Sending prayers to all who had the pleasure of knowing Juice . He was such an amazing you.g man with an unmatched personality .
Malieka M. Pace wrote
This is just heartbreaking news. My prayers go out to his family and all of his friends. I pray they all hold their memories close. May GOD bring you peace.
T.l. Nuzzo wrote
What an incredible young man. Both my boys are deeply saddened . Our deepest condolences to his family. He will always be remembered.
Pamela S. Coutch wrote
Deepest sympathies to his family and friends. We remember Juice best from rugby. I will remember his smile and his larger than life personality. May he raise you up on eagles wings and bring your family peace.
Amy Rust wrote
This is so sad. I remember watching Juice practice and play Connors 1st year at Central. Good player & Always smiling Sending prayers to his family and friends.
Shani McGrath Love wrote
One of my boys’ dearest friends, and honestly like another son to us. A genuinely kind hearted young man, and one of the most loyal friends my sons could have.
He will be missed. Our hearts are broken.
Pamela Guercio wrote
This is a terrible loss… Juice was a great positive influence to everyone who met him. He was one of the first people Dom met when he started at Central and he couldn’t stop talking about him. Rest with God Juice. We will pray for your family’s strength and you will not be forgotten.
Diane Wynn wrote
Colin Wynn and the Wynn Family offer our deepest sympathy to the Stephens Family on the loss of Jamain (Juice). Central Catholic Brothers Forever.
Mary Alice Armour wrote
I’m so very sad to hear about the loss of Jamain. May God hold his family in the hollow of His hands.
Lisa Dabinett wrote
What an incredible young man. My son played rugby with him. He always had the most amazing attitude and love towards everyone – always lifted up and cheered for others. He exemplified everything good about Central, sport and the human race. He had love…
Kimberly Elle wrote
Juice played football with my son for two years – he was the most kind, gentle teenager and we always loved seeing and talking with him. And FUNNY! He had a great sense of humor and such a sweet way. Rest in Heaven, J. You will be so missed. Prayers and hugs to his family at this incredibly sorrowful time.
Maureen Folan wrote
What a wonderful young man who always reached out to others to raise them up – May he now be raised up to walk with Jesus in paradise and May his family be wrapped in the arms of the Holy Spirit forever.
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