Jeffrey Donnall Meekins, 62 of Baltimore, was summoned to eternal rest on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at his residence. Born on March 4, 1957 in Dorchester County, he was the son of the late Geraldine E. Meekins and Otis Cooper, Sr. Jeffrey attended the public schools of Dorchester County, eventually graduating from Cambridge Senior High School with the class of 1975.\n \n\n Affectionately known as “Rags,” Jeffrey accepted Christ in his latter years and could be found reading his bible every morning at 7AM. He worked various jobs, with the last being BenMatt Industries in Federalsburg, Md.\n \n\n Jeffrey was a loving brother, father, uncle and friend, who never complained about anything! He always had a joke or two and loved to spend time with family and friends and would always let you know he loved you. In his free time, he enjoyed fishing, selling CD’s and selling a few items at yard sales.\n \n\n In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Carolyn Meekins-Blake and Janet Meekins.\n \n\n He leaves to cherish his memories, two daughters, Brandi Wilson of Seaford, Delaware, Leatrice Khodoo (Kevin Sr.) of Hartford County, a son, Ja’Keem Meekins of Denton, Maryland, four grandchildren, Kavon, Kevin, Jr., Kenny and Karson Khadoo, five sisters, JoAnn Meekins of Centreville, Maryland, Brenda Meekins-Walker of Baltimore, Maryland (with whom he resided), Christina Meekins of Cambridge, Maryland, Gloria Mercy and Lajuan Macant of New York; brothers, Anthony Meekins (Yolanda) and Otis Copper Jr.(Gwendolyn) of Cambridge, MD, his father, Otis Cooper, Sr. (Lois) of New York and a host aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.