We are here to honor our beloved mother, daughter, sister and most of all our friend Keneisha Shanta Kendrick. At a young age she confessed hope in Christ Macedonia Baptist Church. During her walk here on Earth, she touched so many people from a young age until she transitioned. From her beaming smile to her witty remarks, she was never one to shy away what she needed to say or do.
Her greatest joy was her daughter, Jaykla Komora Norris. Keneisha would often say that, “We come as a packge.” She was known as Ne-Ne to some just Neisha to others, she had a fearless spirit. She would talk to any and everything that came her way. From a listening ear to the warm response of what can I do to help. Keneisha worked at WalMart for over ten years and during that time was pursuing a degree in Nursing. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Calvin Williams, Jr., Maceo and Annie Mae Cleggett.
Left to cherish her precious memories: daughter, Jakalya Norris; mother, Sharon McKeithen-Kendrick; father, Patrick Cleggett; brothers, Karl McKeithen, Christopher Kendrick, Patrick Cleggett, Jr. and James Mixon; sister, Charity Kendrick, Teona Cleggett, Famata Cleggett and Meyona Cleggett; grandmother, Anna William; and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.