Mr. Jonathan Hosea DeCosta was born in Jacksonville, Florida on March 20, 1984 to his loving parents Hosea and Johnnie Mae DeCosta. At an early age he was baptized in Jesus’ Name at Jesus Only Apostolic Faith Church. He attended Andrew Jackson Highschool where he was on the wrestling team. He was a loving son, father, brother, uncle, and friend. He was caring, loving, and respectful. Jonathan had a heart of gold; he would help anybody. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed.
Jonathan was preceded in death by his grandparents Peter DeCosta, Elise Mungin, and Felton Sales.
He leaves to mourn his daughter Jaeda DeCosta, mother and father Hosea and Johnnie Mae DeCosta, grandmother Ruth Sales, siblings Corey Seay (Tasha), Bridget Hill, and Joshua DeCosta (Sylvia), nephews John Hill and Josiah DeCosta, and a host of cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends.
Funeral Service will be 11 AM Saturday February 29, 2020 at Philippian Community Church 7578 New Kings Road Jacksonville, Florida 32219. Interment will follow in Evergreen Cemetery. A visitation will be held from 3 PM to 5:30 PM Friday February 28, 2020 in Evergreen Chapel.
Arrangements are with Evergreen Funeral Home & Crematory 4535 Main Street Jacksonville, Florida 32206 (904) 353-3649.
Johnny boy you will be truly missed by many especially that beautiful smile…..Rest Peacefully my friend until we reunite again
Johnny man you will forever be missed. I love u like a brother and you always been the same as a person. We got to many memories it’s hard to count! You one person that could sell clouds to the sky and water to the sea! Always putting your daughter wishes first! Fly high my brother I love you!
Jhonny I can’t believe that you are no longer here. You are a one of a kind there person. I love you we will truly miss you. Wrico Dr will not be the same. I can’t believe believe that I will never be able to walk down our street and not see your face. My baby girl blessings took a real liking for you as her uncle as well I took to you as my brother. We will miss you big head. Rest in heaven
Cousin. I love you and you will be truly missed
To my cousin Hosea and wife Johnnie Mae Decosta I send my deepest condolences to you and family. From my family in Tampa. My God continue to strengthen you and hold you up with his right hand. Love you, with the Love of Jesus Christ.
Rest peacefully in Heaven. Man i remember us a kids playin football and basketball @ lake forest .even last conversation few months back about getting right out here. A real friend. Rest up Soldier
Rest up bro
Johnny you will be missed by me I just can’t believe it I’m so sad
Jonathan…it hurts me to write this but I couldn’t let this moment go by without saying how much you are loved and how greatly you will be missed. We were inseparable in 10th grade (lol), and even after many many years and long distances, you still and always will hold a special place in my heart. Rest peacefully dear old friend.
Family you will be missed RIH
Dear Johnny I’m going to talk to you like your here because you still are in spirit we go way back when we were teens we all would hang out go to the mall be having so much fun, but boy oh boy you definitely could rank your behind off and would win every time your presence was always a blast talking about it is making me smile you was a cool guy and a had your back friend you will never be forgotten I give my condolences to your family we lost a good one for real… love you bro rest in paradise Blessed
My condolences to Johnny’s loved ones and friends. I had the pleasure of meeting him a few years ago. He was a polite, and respectful young man who had a beautiful smile and personality to go along with it. . I will miss him. May his soul rest in eternal peace.