Amiira was born to Jaime Little and Otis Jerako Jackson III. on January 12th 2013.  She attended Fawcett Elementary where she excelled in mathematics, reading and science. Amirra took pride in her appearance and absolutely loved wearing jewelry. Amiira modeled the behavior of leadership through the lenses of being a proud big sister and a loyal friend.  It was no secret that she was a daddy’s girl and the apple of his eye. Both Jaime and Jerako were proud parents and loved watchng her blossom into this beautiful individual who loved everyone. She was affectionately called “Boogs” by those who loved her the most.

Amiira studied  martial arts with emphasis on Tae Kwon Do. She enjoyed water sports to include jet skis, swimming and getting sand between her toes. She rode ATV’s  and simply enjoyed being outdoors. She loved crafting and always worked to enhance her skill set. As she progressed in age    Amiira placed high value on what her hair should look like. All of these things mentioned are true testaments as it relates to the way that she was raised. Amiira had lived experience when it came to cultural diversity, and exuded exactly that. She was so loved, she was candidly the center of arguments when it came to who she would spend her time with and where. At such a young age, she was an avid traveler and strongly believed in catching flights.

Amiira is proceeded in death by her grandfather Mark Ranahan and her uncle Jakyri Jackson. She is survived by her loving parents Jaime Little and Otis Jerako Jackson III.  Her sister Zayniee Windfield. Her God parents Nary Ra and Jerry Jackson. Maternal grandmother Christine Little. Paternal Grandmother Annika Jones (Myron). Paternal grandfather Otis Jackson Jr.  She is also survived by numerous aunts uncles cousins and friends.