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Wanda Love


Sunrise: August 16, 1950

Sunset: January 29, 2019

Wanda A. (Daniels) Love was born on August 16, 1950 to parents, Edward B. Daniels
and Chlora D. Daniels She received her wings on January 29, 2019. Wanda was a caring wife to Rudolph Valentino Love a loving mother to two sons Thaedius Love (Kayin) and Vernon R. Love II; A grandmother of ten, to Amol Bilal, Davida Bilal, ZaMari Love, Zorah Love, Zuri Love, Vernon R. Love III, Erica Mayfield-Ebron, Faleicia Mayfield, Deonte Mayfield, Corey Lamp, and a great-grandmother of five: Amor Bilal, Kennedy, Nalah, Karlamis Ballard and soon to be, Malaysia Love. She is predeceased by her husband, son Vernon, grandson Amol, sisters Gloria Jean Daniels and Annie Mae Peeden and brothers Edward Daniels Jr., William T. Daniels and Franklin D. R. Daniels. She is survived by sister Eula Mae Davis, brother Anthony (Jack) Daniels, sister in law Cheryl Love-White, and a host of friends, family and the legacy of love she left behind. Wanda was best known for her vivacious spirit, her generosity and her famous barbecue.

Viewing Friday, February 1, 2019 Metropolitan Funeral Service 120 W. Berkley Avenue Norfolk, VA 23523 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Saturday, February 2, 2019 10:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Angela White says

    The light in God’s eye has brought you home Wanda. Rest now.
    Peace, God’s comfort to you , and much love to the Love/Danial’s family.

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    Christina Farley says

    Wanda love we will miss you your sister was waiting for you and the lord helped ease your pain by sending you to her.Rest my dear friend I send my Condolences to to your family I love and miss you with lots of love from Christina and kids

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    Donnell C. Alston, President, BTW Class of 1969 Alumni Association says

    To the family and loved ones of our dear classmate: we extend our sincere condolences. We will forever treasure fond memories of Wanda from our high school days. That her life was abundantly blessed in the years that followed brings us great joy. With faith in God, we can face the difficult days ahead knowing we will see her again. Keeping you always in our fervent prayers.

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