OBITUARY

Jamain A. Walker

January 3, 1984April 28, 2021

Jamain A. Walker, Sr. was born January 3, 1984 in Indianapolis, Indiana to James Allen Walker, Sr. and Rhonda Lea Walker. He came into this world with an identical twin, Jamelle Walker. He left his world during his afternoon nap on April 28, 2021. He can now rest in peaceful sleep until he is awakened for the opening of the Book of Life.

He lived a full life. He went to Paul I. Miller Elementary School 114. He attended Merle Sidner Middle School 59. He graduated from Broadripple High School with Academic Honors. Jamain was Broadripple High School’s Chess Champion of 2001. He was among the first to attend college with his twin brother, Jamelle, at Purdue University. He graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor in Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Supervision. He was a member of Purdue’s bowling team. He was a well known rapper on campus. He was a musical lyricist. His rap name was JTwin. He produced and starred in multiple albums. While at Purdue University he became a member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. He was known as Big Brother Owtlandish. He was involved in multiple activities through his Fraternity to improve the Black community.

After graduating from Purdue University he moved from Lafayette, Indiana back to Indianapolis, Indiana. He acquired a job at Geico Insurance Company where he worked for multiple years. He was an entrepreneur. He ran a catering business. He produced music. He was a fantastic barber.

His joy was his family. He married the love of his life, Jamiel Anne Walker on May 4, 2013. Jamain stated when he saw her, “I found the one! She’s beautiful and God fearing. She’s my perfect Black Queen!” He was a father of 4 beautiful children: Kiarrah Walker, James Walker, Jamain Walker, Jr., and Kiannah Walker. He was excited to be a father. He stated, “The best day of my life was marrying my wife and the second best day was seeing the birth of my kids. The love I have for them is intoxicating!” He was a hard working man that wanted the best for his family. He would do anything anybody asked if it was in his power.

Jamain loved to cook. He was always trying to bring family together for cookouts and family gatherings. Jamain made sure his family always went on vacation at least once a year. He felt that vacating brought his family closer together.

Jamain was a servant of the Lord who wore many hats. He was an active member of Martindale Church of Christ church. He was a Deacon in training. He was involved in multiple church programs: youth ministry, young adults, choir, music ministry, and driving the church van. He was willing and able to do anything that was asked of him.

He had a way of making himself a part of any family. He will be truly missed. He was preceded in death by Danny Walker (uncle), Marjorie Walker (grandmother), William Walker (grandfather), Mildred James (grandmother), Robert Lancaster (grandfather), Michael Vinson (brother-in-law). He leaves behind: Wife: Jamiel Anne Walker Children: Kiarrah Walker, James Walker, Jamain Walker, Jr., Kiannah Walker Sister-in-laws: Amber Adams, Brandy Vinson, Shayla Green Parents: James Walker, Sr. & Rhonda Walker Brothers: Jamelle Walker, James Walker, Jr., Javon Walker Brother and His family: Jamelle Walker & Eugenia Tanner (sister-in-law) Jamelle’s children: Eucarius Walker, Jasmin Walker, Jazarae Walker, Alina Walker, Anastasia Walker, Israel Walker, Isaiah Walker Brother and His family: James Walker, Jr. & Carrie Walker (sister-in-law) James’s children: Eliana Walker, Marcus Walker Uncles: Micheal James, Larry James, Steve James, Aaron Walker, William Walker, Jr. Aunts: JoAnn Pardue, Teresa Edmonds, Debra James, Donswella James

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 8, 2021, 12pm at Martindale Church of Christ, 2402 Dr. Andrew J. Brown, with calling hours 10am- 12pm. Interment Crown Hill Cemetery.

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Jolivette Anderson-Douoning

May 5, 2021

May he REST in peace. May his spirit RISE in power. May the Creator be pleased with his life and say Servant, well done!
I met Brother Jemain at Purdue when I was an Administrator at the Black Cultural Center. He was always kind, always joyful, always respectful toward other human beings. He was kind to me, he was kind to my daughter. Our sincerest condolences from our family to all who love him.
Sincerely,
Jolivette and Nadja

Passionate Goodman

May 5, 2021

I remember all the holidays we would spend together at grandma's house. No matter how many of us it was we were always there. I can remember being maybe 2 and Boomer bit my finger I cried so hard for so long I was terrified to get back down. I just knew my finger was gone! then I didn't understand why there was two of them at the time scared me even more cause I didn't know which one of them it was that bite me 🤣 lol but he came and hugged me and wr continued to play. Covid-19 may have taken away a lot of holidays we could have spent together before you departed this earth but one thing is for certain and two things for sure you will always be in my heart. TO BE ABSENT FROM THE BODY IS TO BE PRESENT WITH THE LORD. Cousin it's never good bye so I'll see you later 😘 love always your cousin Passionate

Tijuana Scott

May 4, 2021


I’m sorry I had to meet you this way!!! It sounds like you were an awesome young man, father, son, and everything that was needed in this world to make it positive. Hopefully , prayerfully and Respectfully I will see you in the next life rest in peace my cousin!

James Stokes

May 4, 2021

Elaine Dansby

May 4, 2021

My sincere condolences to the family. May God Bless them all.

Toya Russell

May 4, 2021

Sending Condolences from Cols. Ohio.
With deepest sympathy as you remember Jamain. I hope you feel surrounded by much love.

Toya Russell(cousin)

Ischemia Carroll

May 4, 2021

TOAST TO REMEMBER

I was married to Jamain's best friend Everett Carroll until his passing. Jamain was Everett's best man and just like Jamain to say something crazy for his toast!
Jamain stood up and said "This is my boy we been kicking since he use to steal his mom's car to come see Ischemia!"
Lol at that moment Everett and I FROZE, heart pounding looking for momma Carroll and JTwin stood there cracking up!!!!!
It was funny but even as adults we was going to take off running at our own wedding!!!!

I know that JTwin and Everett is up there acting a plum fool. He wouldn't want us to be sad so remember all the times he made you laugh and try to laugh once more.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY