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Jamal Shabazz, area barber, remembered by family and community

Family and community held a memorial service for Jamal Shabazz, who was found dead in mid-May after he went missing for several days

He was found several days later after a highly-publicized search near the same area in Chester where he had last been seen

His mother wants community to know family is extremely grateful for support and donations to memorial scholarship fund

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Family, friends remember Jamal Shabazz at York memorial

Friends and family held a memorial service Saturday for former barber Jamal Shabazz, who was found dead in Chester in mid-May. Shabazz's mother Karen Shabazz has started a scholarship fund in his name for future barbers. Shabazz's brother Abdul Shabazz cut hair for the last time before the service at the Shabazz Barber and Styling II in York, which officially closed on Saturday.
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Family, friends remember Jamal Shabazz at York memorial 1:33

Family, friends remember Jamal Shabazz at York memorial

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Cancer survivor Myra Ansell 1:41

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