Jimmy De'Andre was born December 17, 1973, in Clarksdale, Mississippi to the proud parents of Jimmy Fair and Ms. Vernon Tartt Wagner Fair.
Jimmy was educated in the public schools in Clarksdale, Mississippi. He finished his secondary education at Coahoma Agricultural High School in May of 1992. Jimmy later attended Coahoma Community College and received certification in culinary arts.
Jimmy was no stranger to work. In fact, he was considered a Jack of all trades, but he mastered culinary arts. He loved to cook and he would often cater events for family and friends. Jimmy relocated to Georgia where his skills and craft were quickly noticed by Reef in Atlanta, Georgia and Cococakes by Coco also in Tucker Georgia.
Jimmy was a friend to many. He was recognized by his family and friends for being debonair with a keen eye for fashion. When he walked into the room, everyone would take notice. Jimmy was a mild mannered person who had a great love for his family and friends. He was extremely proud of his children and assured a loving presence in his home and extended the love to his family and friends.
Jimmy departed this life on March 14, 2023 in Atlanta Georgia, leaving sweet memories for his family and friends. Today Jimmy De'Andre has run his race, kept the faith and rests in his Master's joy.
Visitation will be held Friday March 24, 2023 at Royal Funeral Home from 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM. The Celebration of Life will be Saturday March 25, 2023, 1:00 PM at Coahoma Community College Pinnacle. Burial will follow at Oakridge Cemetery.
Jimmy leaves to cherish his memories a son Tyshun Wagner of San Diego, California, a daughter Kennedi Alexandria Wagner of Clarksdale, Mississippi, sisters Sharon Thomas of Augusta, Georgia, CaShara (Joey) Dunbar of Oxford, Mississippi, and DaTricia Thomas and Lenora (Rodney) Hodges of Southaven, Mississippi; brothers Marius (Kalisa) Fair of Des Mones, IA, Carlos Fair, Cordero Fair, and Melvin (Irma) Thomas of Clarksdale, Mississippi, Tony Perkins of Southaven, Mississippi, Walter (Gwendolyn) Wagner, of Biloxi, Mississippi, and Tywon (Theresa) Robinson of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; God mother Patricia Furdge, special nieces Bri Ana Anderson, Amaria Ford, and ArShonye' Henderson; a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins, family and friends.