T’kia came into the world as a fighter. She was a 3lb 5 oz baby who decided that she was coming into this world and no one was going to tell her how to live. T’kia’s life was very precious and touched many people with her affectious smile. She loved to sing, eat and laugh. TK was full of joy and was a caretaker when it came to younger siblings. T’kia is survived by her mother Kynika Green, brother Camden Joel Green and Cole Alexander Green and sisters Aja Rene Green and Taylor Imani Green. She also is survived by her “Meme” Dasie Green and granddad James Green Sr. (Orangeburg, SC). Survived by uncles Lorenzo (Keesha) Sistrunk (New York), John Green, James Green and Mark (Shavonna) Green (Orangeburg, SC), Daquane Quattlebaum (Bowman, SC). Survived by aunts Shari Green and Martha Green (Houston, Tx) and a host of family and friends.
T’kia loved the family trips she went on and loved to travel. She loved the different foods and shopping while traveling. T’kia had her own way of dressing and presenting to the world who she was. She enjoyed living in Phoenix, Arizona and learning different languages. She had a love for Mexican food and Peter Piper Pizza. Arizona was where she advanced educationally and blossomed into the beautiful young woman that she was. T’kia will be missed on some many levels. Her family loves her and misses their Teddy Bear, deeply.
Services will proceed as follows:
The service will be held at Life in the Word Holiness Church at 3:30pm.
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