Shanta L. Magee

Springfield, Massachusetts

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I miss you my sister. God had a plan for my sister. He needed you more than I did. Whenever it rains I sit here and think about you and Garland. It hurts more than anyone would ever know. I hope you save a seat for me in that beautiful place called heaven. You left a peace of you inside me . LOVE YOUR LITTLE SISTER

May heaven be as bright as you was!!

Thinking of you, Meka, and your family at this time. My deepest condolences for the family.

What can i say, my sister was a determined wasn't in her vocabulary. I'm glad i got the opportunity to spend time with her before her death.We both learned a lot about each other in brief time, I knew God sent me to Indiana to be with her,at first i question myself, i was like out of all places i'm in Indiana but i know why now, things happen for a reason. I had to go through adversity to get here but i got to Indiana with my sis, she gave me a place to lay my head when i wasn't...

Forever my sister and friend, my god comfort the family. And forever your smile and, zest for life remain with me.

Shanta was a beautiful person... I can't say it enough because it's true and everyone who met her will tell you the same. She was constantly bringing the family together because she knew the importance of the bond. We only met once and talked mainly through FB but she was always shining her light on everyone... just precious. There aren't enough people like her in this world. To the people [friends and family] she leaves behind know she'll never be forgotten. She's hard to forget once she...

She is asleep and will be awaken at her appointed time of the RESURRECTION.

God took you to that place of Serenity..where there will be no more tears, pain, sickness or death..We Love and will miss you, God loved you More .

God comfort at this time


Shanta's Obituary

On October 19, 2017, surrounded by family and friends, Shanta L. Magee passed away after a battle with cancer. Shanta was born in Gulfport, MS. Pre-deceased by her mother, Rev. Ora Magee-Lee, she is survived by five beloved children, Alena, Zion, and William Magee, and Kavaughn and Israel...

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