Jatera Mary L. Green was born on September 12, 1990, to Anthony Green and Vernette Green of Cumberland, VA. Jatera, grew up in Cumberland, VA. She attended Cumberland County Schools. Jatera was an active member of the Delta Gems and for years she was the manager for the Cumberland High School Track, Baseball and Football teams. She was also a member of the National Honor Society and Pulsar Club. Jatera was a loving and supportive classmate. She enjoyed laughing and will be remembered by her class for her smile, red lipstick and her cowgirl boots. Jatera graduate from Cumberland High School in 2008.
Jatera loved her family dearly; she was always ready to take part in family events. Jatera had an infectious smile and a beautiful personality. She was a great daughter, wonderful sister, best auntie, caring cousin and niece.
On August 8, 2014, Jatera’s love story began. She married Gerald Nicholas Ingram. Jatera and Gerald’s marriage would offer each other unconditional love, understanding and support. Jatera and Gerald were blessed with three loving children, Kayden Elizabeth, Gerald Nicholas and Jackson Anthony. Jatera had the career she always wanted, a stay-at-home mother and wife. Jatera was an exceptional wife and mother. Her family and home were always “picture perfect,” as she was.
On December 28, 2021, surrounded by her family, Jatera peacefully entered into eternal rest. Jatera leaves to cherish so many wonderful and loving memories to her husband, Gerald Nicholas Ingram, her children: Kayden Elizabeth Ingram, Gerald Nicholas Ingram, Jr. and Jackson Anthony Ingram. Her parents: Vernette Green and Anthony (Buck) Green. Her sister, Keya Gilliam-Hurte (Keith); Big brother, Kon Tavis Gilliam. Nephews: Brandon, Kori, Ryan, Kion, Kia, and Keith. Nieces: Mariah, Bobbi and Takia. Mother in-law: Nancy Ingram; Father in-law: William Ingram: Brother in-laws: William Ingram, Jr and Matthew Ingram. A host of aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A best friend of many years Chelsea Russell.
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