Thomas Jeremiah, a black harbor pilot and fish market owner in Baltimore City, publicly denounced those responsible for his arrest on charges of inciting slaves to support British forces; Lieutenant Governor Bull ultimately granted him an amnesty.
Arizona Cardinals need a wide receiver and could draft either Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy or Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb as potential options. Henry Ruggs may also make an excellent fit.
Early Life and Education
Jeremiah Henry hails from Portland, Oregon where he attended Applegate Elementary School, Irvington Middle School and Trinity Lutheran School before graduating from Lincoln High School and going on to Clemson University for college studies. Today he serves as defensive end with the Washington Commanders in NFL action.
He is also a former member of the progressive country rock and soul trio Ex Granny’s Intentions (Jack Costello & Guido DiVito), as well as Johnny Fean Band. In these capacities he toured extensively and recorded multiple demos on 4-track tape.
He leaves behind his beloved wife Donna McKnelly Giddens Holleman; son Dr. Jeremiah Henry Holleman; daughters Jenny Harkness and Helene Hassell of Starkville, MS; grandsons Jeremy and Scott Holleman as well as great-granddaughters El Ora Nicole Holloway and Suzanne Lumb; as well as two stepgrandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends whom he was fondly remembered by.
Jeremiah Henry was an American football defensive end who played for the Washington Commanders during the 2023 NFL season. Prior to that he had previously been part of New England Patriots practice squad and signed as a free agent with them on August 31, 2022.
Jeremiah Jeremiah earned first-team All-America recognition from Associated Press, Walter Camp, Sporting News, FWAA and Phil Steele during 2021-2020 at University of Washington. He amassed 142 tackles, five sacks, four forced fumbles and two recoveries over 27 games played for them.
He is also an accomplished musician, performing in a trio consisting of former Granny’s Intentions members Jack Costello and Guido DiVito as well as Johnny Fean (ex Horslips). Their repertoire covers songs by Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, The Lovin’ Spoonful and The Band.
Achievement and Honors
This scholarship was established to commemorate Master Jeremiah Henry Kendrick who courageously battled sickle cell disease up until his death due to complications following a bone marrow transplant. He excelled academically while volunteering extensively within his community.
As a sophomore, Jeremiah Henry led his team in tackles and was recognized with both All-SAC and HERO Sports First Team Defense honors. He played an integral part of an interior linebacking corps featuring Darryl Foster, Jarod Fountain, AJ Valentine as well as rising juniors Anfernee Moffett and Troy Cunningham who all earned All-Conference recognition during their sophomore campaigns.
He is survived by his wife Donna McKnelly Giddens Holleman; son Dr. Jeremiah Holleman (Karen), of Charlotte, North Carolina; daughters Jenny Harkness of Starkville Mississippi and Lorene Utz from Yazoo City Mississippi; six grandchildren (Jeremy and Christopher Holleman; Sarah Holloway; Scott Hassell and David Hassell; one great-grandchild Henry Holleman), along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Jeremiah Henry was an individual who believed family should come first. With many talents to his name and an infectious laugh that brought laughter to those he met, he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Born and raised in Oregon, he attended Applegate Elementary School, Irvington Middle School and Lincoln High School – graduating as valedictorian of each. Shortly after leaving Lincoln High School he found work with a company as an associate sales representative and quickly established themselves as top sellers.
After being elected to the Massachusetts legislature as a Whig, he was instrumental in founding both the Free Soil Party and Know-Nothings before eventually joining the Republican party as chairman of Military Affairs during the American Civil War. During this period he advocated emancipation for slaves as well as supporting laws to aid relocated Southern plantations owners and freedmen.
Jeremih has amassed an immense fortune through his professional career. As a football player he earned huge amounts, signing lucrative endorsement deals as well. Additionally, this former striker won both the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Champions League tournaments.
Along with his impressive singing career, the singer has also established himself as a successful rapper. He has released multiple albums and can often be found performing live music venues.
Jeremiah Stutzman and Carmela Mendez had two children together before parting ways in March 2021, although Jeremiah had also dated other women prior to that. On Facebook he shares photos of his children as well as appearing in several episodes of Breaking Amish. Since April 2021 he and Carmela Mendez are officially in a relationship.