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Taniyah N. Morgan


Sunrise: June 30, 2006

Sunset: February 23, 2024
Viewing Thursday, March 7, 2024 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 5605 Portsmouth Boulevard Portsmouth, VA 23701 Service Friday, March 8, 2024 1:00pm Fourth Baptist Church 726 South Street Portsmouth, VA 23704 Interment Olive Branch Cemetery Cpl J M Williams Avenue Portsmouth, VA 23701

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    Devette Copeland says

    Words can not express how sadden I am of your passing. I’m trying to stay strong for my daughter, your mother and sisters. You were a sweet young lady and I appreciate the bond u and my daughter had. May u rest in the arms of the Lord until we meet again. See you later for now.

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    Tonya blow says

    You was a beautiful sweet young lady god is a awesome god god gain a beautiful angel always had a beautiful smile.

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    Donna Hampton says

    To my family (Clax) I’m praying for you and the family. Just want to say I heard great things about your beautiful daughter. She will be truly missed by my granddaughter and grandson and all her classmates at IC Nocum class of 2024. It is a small world my grandkids said they use play together in douglas park and going to the same school not knowing they were related until now. I pray for your strength and peace that passeth all understanding. I love you cousin.
    Love, Donna

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    Ebony Williams says

    I sat n pondered on what to say as tears rolled down my face about the beautiful young lady I watched grow up. She was smart, loving, respectful and sometimes spicy when she wanted to be (LOL). She was always helpful to me when I asked. Everytime we saw one another it was always hey Ms ebony. Even tho that made me feel old I admired the amount of respect she had for me. The day I got the news that u passed my heart broke and has been broken ever since. I Will miss u forever. U may not b here with us physically but the memories u left with us will forever b a permanent print on our hearts. I love you rest in peace babygirl. ❤️❤️

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    Sandra Killebrew-Brown says

    The Bible tells us absent in the body present with the lord, weeping may endure for a nite but Joy comes in the morning on the behalf of the KILLEBREW FaMILY we are saddened to have known that God has went in his garden and picked one of his flowers my great niece and has given her a crown of life what a day it will be when we all get to heaven and rejoice together again what an impact she left on the world God had his hands on her the day she was born the legacy lives on God doesn’t make no mistakes in life he only lone her to us now she must go back with him we LOVED her but GOD loved her best sleep on my little black Barbie doll what a beautiful young lady with lots of JOY see you on the other shore😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇😇

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    PATRICIA A BLACKMORE says

    For his anger endureth but a moment: in his favor is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. PSALM 30:5.
    To the family of my great-niece, I and my family the Blackmore’s are praying for God’s grace and mercy and that God will see you all through this time of breavement, she was a very sweet angel, and she had a smile that lights up the room when you are in her present. I leave these words of encouragement to Tenkia, Deborah Killebrew my sister, her father and his entire family. If you are sad let it be only one night tho, if you cry only one night tho let go and let God. We loved you baby girl, but God loved you best look to Jesus. From your Aunt Triciann as you called me. Also from Curtis, sr.,Curtis jr., Patrice, Kaleb, Keene, Jaloni. RIP!

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    Shirley Collins says

    Sending healing thoughts. No words. May she Rest in Peace.

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    Tenika Morgan says

    My loving daughter who I will forever miss I’m deeply hurt but I know she my angel now and with her heavenly father I’m thankful for kind words and all the support keep us in prayer

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    Marva Davis says

    To the family Elder Ernest & Deaconess Marva Davis extend condolences to you we pray that God will give you the strength to endure and the peace that you need we love you.🙏❤️

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    Leisha Barnes says

    To the bereaved family take peace in knowing that you shall see her again for His word tell us so! BE encouraged, BE at peace, and LOVE ONE ANOTHER!

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    Mrs. Shelia Parker says

    To know that God has called such a sweet angel home is heart wrenching. To have known you from a newborn baby in our office with Ms. Scott to a beautiful young lady preparing to graduate from high school, you will always hold a special place in my heart. Rest well sweetie and continue to watch over your family.

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      Althea Killebrew says

      I’m sitting hear thinking about you and still not believing that you have left us all back here feeling so lost Niyah you left me but until we meet again love my beautiful black barbie RIP.

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