We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Harris Funeral Home
Jyaire Iman Wade sped off in his Lamborghini on August 1, 2022. He was the fastest 4th grader of Julia P. Bryant Elementary School. Jyaire was an active, vibrant 9-year-old who lived in Statesboro, Georgia with his mom and baby brother. His love for cars was extraordinary; from Tesla’s to Ferraris but his favorite of all was the Lamborghini. He loved to play ROBLOX, make TikTok’s, and play with his Pokémon cards. Jyaire had a natural born talent for bike riding. He was amazing on almost anything with wheels. His sense of humor, his flips, and dance moves will forever be missed. Everyone who knew Jyaire loved Jyaire and although he did grow teeth, he will mostly be remembered for that big bright eyed and toothless smile.
Jyaire Iman Wade was born on June 20, 2013, to Shalona Battle and Iman Wade. He is survived by his little brother Sahkani Johnson. Also, brothers, King, and Jesse Wade. Aunt and uncles include LaShawn Diaz-Cruz, Nasayza, and ZaDanae Caceres, Shakyla and Kahlil Flowers, Quenzell Roberts, Tierra (Rashan) Bradshaw of Hamilton, NJ, Rashaad Wade, Jahi and Jabar Coleman of Hamilton, NJ. Grandparents; Page Battle, Devon Key, Franklin A. Caceres and Crissandra Halloway of Fayetteville, NC, Roderick (Hope) Haslam of New Brunswick, NJ. Great grandparents; Sara (Arthur) Sampson of Statesboro, GA, Gina (Neil) Key, Wayne Johnson, Barbara, and Michael Mapp of Monmouth Junction, NJ, Scott Brady, and James Sheriff. Godparents; Lamar Battle, Todd Lias, Angie Battle. Special aunts and uncles include Karen Hassan, Lee Ann, and Scott Key.
Jyaire meant so much to so many people. He will be truly missed.