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Nashae Williams

1978 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Nashae Williams Obituary
Nashae Shamarr Williams was born Dec. 18, 1978, to the union of Earnest Williams Sr. and Mary Maxie-Williams, of West Helena. Nashae's beautiful daughters, Malayya Deloris Issah was born on July 1, 2008, and Zhanasia Sanaa Williams was born on Nov. 5, 2010, in Helena-West Helena.
Nashae accepted Christ at an early age at Greater Power House – Adams Temple Church of God in Christ and rededicated her life in Christ September 2017. "Thank you, JESUS. We are so proud of you Shae."
She was a forgiving and loving young lady. She was a mother of 12 beautiful children whom she loved dearly. Her passion was singing and styling hair. She loved a good laugh at your expense. She was being a great mother and looking forward to a great future with all of her children.
Nashae, Malayya, and Zhanasia departed this life on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017.
Nashae was preceded in death by her parents, and her sister, Lakealea Bonds.
Nashae leaves to cherish her memory her ten remaining babies, whom she called her "12 wonders," Dekerian B. Thornton, Gabrielle U. Linzy, Imani A. Linzy, Lakaila A. Linzy, Nia L. Linzy, Landon J. Risper, Kelis D. Issah, Kelisia L. Issah, Jurnee M. Murray and Cordahlia Z. Stacy, all of Arkansas.
Nashae also leaves to cherish her memory her sisters and brothers, Gwen D. (Jessie) Mabon, Gina L. Maxie, Kovadis L. (Marie) Maxie, and Earnest C. (Tamikia) Williams Jr., all of Helena-West Helena, Wendy K. Fields of Dallas, Texas, Marvella L. (Artis) Starks of Little Rock, , Marsalius M. (Sharon) Watson of Bryant, Thurza G. (Joey) Vincent and Lakari Z. Bonds, both of Grand Prairie, Texas; a very close sister-friend, Rhonda Meabon of Forrest City; a special close aunt, Gloria Moore-Campbell of St. Louis, Mo.; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Malayya is preceded in death by her father, Malik Issah.
Malayya is survived by her sister and brother, Kaylin M. Issah and Jayden A. Bell-Issah, both of Detroit, Mich., and a very close special aunt, Jeannette (Ray) Frierson-Willie, who loved her dearly and was very influential in her life.
Malayya and Zhanasia, are survived by their sisters and brothers, Dekerian, Gabrielle, Imani, Lakalia, Nia, Landon, Kelis, Kelisia, Jurnee and Cordahlia, all of Arkansas, and by a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Malayya, a student at Stewart Elementary and Zhanasia, a student at Central Elementary, were like two peas in a pod. Always together, they loved each other, and were baptized together at the Riverside Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Marland Brown. Although they had a short time here on earth, they made big impressions with their little inquisitive minds and hands. They loved music, dancing, playing in the water, birthday parties, jewelry, girly stuff and playing with their schoolmates and neighborhood friends. They were happy little girls that loved to have fun and make their mom laugh. They were two of the most loving little girls that you could ever meet. They gave the biggest, sweetest little hugs ever.
Visitation will be in the chapel of Kincaid Funeral Services in Forrest City this evening, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 28 at 11 a.m., at Greater Powerhouse - Adams Temple Church of God in Christ, 531 Ladino Street, in Helena-West Helena, with Superintendent Alex Smith delivering the eulogy. Burial will be at Jackson Memorial Cemetery.
Kincaid Funeral Services of Forrest City is in charge of arrangements.
Published in Times-Herald on Oct. 26, 2017
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