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Myeisha Monaye Brown was born on January 24, 2001 in Nashville, Tennessee to the union of Shawnta Brown and Quincy Taylor. She entered into enteral rest on Saturday, March 19, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Myeisha attended Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), where she was an honor student. She received her high school diploma through the Department of Labor and Workforce Development in March of 2019.
Myeisha affectionately known as “SOSA”, loves poetry, writing, reading, music, rapping, and fashion. Myeisha was just unparalleled; she even exited the womb trying to hit the ground running. She was very intune with her spiritual self, her heart was bigger than her body.
Myeisha was very gifted with her words, she loved to debate, and she was very skilled with her writing. She loved her family and was a proud contributing member of Epic Girl for life. Myeisha also cared so much about young women having a voice especially around the issue of incarceration and trauma. Myeisha was universally intelligent and loved deeply by us all.
Myeisha was preceded in death by her father, Quincy Lamont Taylor, grandmother, Elvester Taylor, grandfather, Robert Dement III., aunts, Janice Brown, Regina Little, uncle, Kenneth Brown, and brothers, Lil Quincy Brown, and Demariontae Brown.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories mother, Shawnta Brown, step-father, Jason Hockett, brothers, Reginald Brown, Quinshawn Brown, sisters, Shawntrice Brown, Aalexus Taylor, Quineesha Brown, Sha’ Myree Brown, QuinNiyah Taylor, Akela Hudson, grandmothers, Carolyn Dement, Nadine Taylor, devoted God mom, Stacia Freeman, devoted aunt Monica Taylor, devoted friend, Deontez Blair, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews, that loved her dearly!
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