Love thy creator
Love thy self
Love and know your history.
This statement above Is ONE made by John Eugene Hopkins born July 4, 1952 in Boston Massachusetts. John and his family moved from Boston to Seattle, Washington to begin their amazing chapter here in Washington.
His last few words were love thy creator of all known things, and things we know as truth. Real truth.
John worked various jobs here in Washington. He held a position at the Boeing Company for 40 years until he retired in 2017. In his time at Boeing he met the love of God’s gift to him Patricia Lee Hopkins whom he married in 1979 with her son Carlos Trayvon Brown, and his first born son Jamaal Eugene Hopkins and his second wonderful son Armand Hassan Hopkins.
Through out his life he was a well advanced person in his thinking. He loved bicycles, archery, and the history of his people who he loves and has shown to all that have blessed to know John.
John was preceded in death by his parents John E. and Edna May (Patterson) Hopkins. His loving wife, Patricia Lee Hopkins. Two brothers, Timothy Patterson and Paul Patterson.
John leaves to cherish his memories 3 sons: Jamaal Hopkins, Armand Hopkins and Carlos Brown. One brother Anthony Hopkins and one sister Kemba Kujichaqulia.
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