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Jonathan P. Wesson
Husband to Natasha Mays Wesson and Father of Jada Eboni Wesson, Wisdom Wesson, and Gaurdian to Peaceful Price

Jonathan Wesson, current resident of Orange Park, FL. was diagnosed with Lupus back in the 2000, but did not have any serious problems up until 2006. In early 2006, Lupus and high-blood pressure caused progressive damage to his kidneys. By March of 2006 he would later be diagnosed with End-Stage Renal Disease, which caused him to have to start Dialysis immediately and would be in need of a Kidney Transplant.

Updates (3)

November 29, 2019

It's been 9 years and the journey continues, feeling blessed to have been given this opportunity and doing the best I can to stay healthy. Each year brings up new challenges, my goals are to conquer those challenges head on with the support of my family.

November 27, 2018

Well it's been an 8 year journey living with a donated kidney from my brother and things are still going strong. Every now and then I think back to when I was spending up to 18 hours a week commuting back and forth to Dialysis and now majority of my time after work is spent with my children. I'm blessed to have that time back for myself and with my family.


November 27, 2018

Thoughts, prayers and love to my brother and his family.

Soulful Saxes
Fall 2000

James Dantley

January 5, 2018

The members of the Collegiate Heights Church of Christ in Dayton Ohio made A financial contribution. Thank You Brothers and Sisters in Christ.

Stephen Wesson

November 28, 2017

Jonathan throughout your life I've watched as you have meet every challenge laid at your feet. Back then, illness accelerated you to be responsible, consistent and accountable. I couldn't imagine what you were going through back then until I was presented with the same health challenge. Dialysis is hard and at the same time it generates new hope during every treatment. Everyday I use the example of how you've walked the walk through years of dialysis and now as a recipient of a donated kidney. Your attitude through it all has been impeccable. Over the years you've grown into being a man of intregrity and strength. Your patience, stamina and endurance are gifts that are critical as you take care of yourself, your family and the work you are doing in Jacksonvile. You have become a great family man, you've been blessed to have a tremendous, supportive wife and your children are as smart, beautiful and well behaved as an I have known. God has truly blessed you all these years. Continue to be a blessing to him. God is available to you all the time. Matthew 7: 7 Ask and it will be given to you; seek you find; knock and the door will be opened to you. Sincerely, your father.

Stephen Wesson