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LaQuisha Brianne Jamison
August 2, 1982 ~ December 10, 2023 (age 41) 41 Years Old
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Ms. LaQuisha Brianne Jamison was born on August 2, 1982 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She made a profession of faith and was baptized at an early age at Canaan Missionary Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia. She remained faithful until her healing on December 10, 2023.
Quisha graduated from Creekside High School, where she was a gifted saxophone player for the band and a standout "short-stop" softball player for the girls' softball team. Her light and joy for the Lord shined through her remarkable sense of humor, frank language, and compassion for those less fortunate. Ask anybody that knew her. Fittingly, her favorite song was: "I Give Myself Away" by William McDowell.
Rejoice ya'll! My earthly struggles are over. No more pain; no more distress; no more lifting me up; and no more man-made ambulances. The Lord called down a legion of angels to CARRY me home - Heaven! Really, do not cry for me. I have already joined the ranks of the heavenly choir and singing praises with my grandparents Mr. Edward and Sara Jemerson, Mrs. Lillie Mae Metcalf, Mr. Joe and Versie Lee Wallace, my great-parents Mr. LS and Victoria Stigger, and my uncles James Jemerson, Charles Dixon, and Major Dixon.
To my loving parents, Dr. Ricky and Sharon Wallace. I love you! My daily good morning text messages shall always remind you that I am at Peace. Please read them when you miss me. To my siblings, Maia, Meghan and Bryce Wallace. I am so proud of each one of you. I love you and miss you. To my wonderful aunts, Eddie Mae, Cindy, Net, Chelle, Maxine and Mary Ann, including my uncles Donnie, Ricky Dale and John, I am so grateful for your love and support for forty-one years. Finally, to my incredible sons, Joshua and Austin, you cannot imagine how deeply I love you. Joshua, I have your name tattooed on my arm. I want you to know that it's okay to cry when you miss me. Jesus loves you just as much as He loves me. Jesus! When you think that the days are hard on earth, just whisper Jesus! He is watching over you.