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Tanika Currie

MEMPHIS, Tennessee


August 23, 2021
MEMPHIS, Tennessee


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E. H. Ford Mortuary - MEMPHIS Obituary

Tanika Denise Currie was born July 16, 1984 in Memphis, TN to Anthony Brown and the late Terri Lynn Smith who proceeded her in death.

Tanika accepted Christ as her personal savior at any early age at Greater Mount Moriah Baptist Church.

Tanika graduated from Hamilton High School Class of 2002.  She received her Master's degree in Human Resources from Bethel College.

She was united in Holy Matrimony to the lover of her life, her soulmate, Mr. Renaldo Currie on November 13, 2016.

Tanika departed her earthly home on August 23, 2021 and leaves behind to cherish her precious memories; devoted husband, Renaldo Currie of 6 years; father, Anthony Brown; three sisters, Tarecka (Reginald) Wright, Tabitha (Demarcus) Cox, and Temika Bouie who resides in Memphis, TN; a sister-in-law, Larrian Currie; a brother-in-law, Jermarous Devose; a loving mother-in-law Barbara Currie; three special aunts, Cheryl Parrish, Sandra Parrish, and Beatrice Hooks; a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and her best friend/sister Toya Stevenson-Knowles.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. We love you all.

Tanika, I remember my first day at Progressive Insurance, you open your arms and heart. You were so helpful. When I resigned you did the same thing! I will never forget! You told me everything will be fine, just believe it! Guess what, everything is fine and I believe it.
You are such a beautiful, sweet, loving, caring young lady. I remember that big beautiful smile and that beautiful face. Your personality and positive attitude was contagious! ❤ I never seen you sweat, you always kept...

My deepest, most heartfelt sympathy , I send my condolences to your family. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. You love has left precious memories. Love Hamilton Class of 2002 !

I am thinking of you and your family, Tanika. I am so thankful I had the chance to know you working together at Progressive. I truly cannot believe you are gone because you are someone I will always remember as full of life, living each day to the fullest. For that reason and countless others, you will always be an inspiration to me. I will always cherish our time working together.

I wish you and your family my deepest sympathy. Wishing your family comfort at this time. I will truly miss working with Tanika at Progressive and our daily chats about life. She was the sweetest, most kind, and giving person.