The Life of LaQuisha Albert-White
Through It all She Trusted the Lord and Rested in Him!
“But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while,make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you.” I Peter 5:10
LaQuisha Albert-White, 34, entered eternal peace on Saturday, June 8, 2019, with her father and family members by her side at the Center for Hospice Care, Roseland, Indiana. A true fighter to the end, LaQuisha held on until the Lord called her name to come unto Him.
LaQuisha was born on October 18, 1984 to the late Calondra Arnez Robinson, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and her father Aaron Bernard White South Bend, Indiana. She graduated from Alma Justice Seeworth Academy. Upon her graduation from high school she become a general manger for Dollar General.
She relocated to South Bend, In, November 2018. LaQuisha loved to paint, and she loved music. Her favorite color was pink. The spiritual meaning of the color of pink stands for tenderness and love. LaQuisha was a tender soul with so much love for everyone.
Left to cherish her memory are her loving father, Aaron Bernard White; brothers: Gregory Bedford, Christopher Albert, Stephan Robinson, Donyea Robinson, and Torryon Robinson, all of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Deshawn Price, Austin Texas, Isaiah White, Indianapolis, Indiana, Aaron White Jr., Buchannan, Michigan; sisters: Shaneka Ball (Jason), and, Shalisa White, Oceanside, California, Shadacia White, Lewisville, Texas, Riona Edwards (Ronnie) Highland, Indiana and Aryn White, South Bend, Indiana.
Loving grandmothers: Thelma Albert, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Della White, South Bend, Indiana. She also leaves a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends that will always cherish her memories. Her close friend was her dog, King, who will miss her as well.
She is preceded in death by her mother Calondra Arnez Robinson, her grandfather, Merrill (Lucky) Brown.
The family wishes extend their gratitude to Meadow Lake Estates, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Trailpoint Village, South Bend, Indiana, for the loving care of our precious LaQuisha.
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