Lakeisha Dionne Clark

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Lakeisha Dionne Clark, lovingly known as “Keisha C” and respectfully
known as “Coach KC” was born June 4,1980 to Jacqueline Clark &
Tyrone Jackson. Keisha transitioned from this life on December
20,2022. She now rests peacefully in the arms of our Heavenly Father.

Keisha graduated from Marion Franklin High School and later received
her Associates Degree in Business Administration from the American
Intercontinental University. Keisha had countless pursuits, she and her
sister, Juevonna would humorously refer to themselves as “Jacks of All
Trades, Masters of none”.
Keisha was passionate about pursuing music and was a gifted lyricist &
songstress. Keisha enjoyed dancing and we all coined her the life of the
Keisha’s most recent aspiration was touching the lives of others
through motivational speech. Keisha embraced her natural ability to
inspire, motivate, heal, and encourage others. She would often say “I’ve
got to quit denying the world my greatness”.
A phenomenal woman, that was Keisha C. Keisha we all were deeply impacted by your strength,
courage, wisdom, ambition, passion, fearlessness, and love.
1 Corinthians 13:1, “And now these three remain faith, hope, and love,
but the greatest of these is love”.
Keisha’s love as a mother for her son Cameron “CJ” Reid Jr. was her
greatest motivation and proudest achievement.
2 Timothy 4:7 “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race,
I kept the faith” – well done Keisha C.
Keisha is preceded in death by Grandfather James Clark, Grandmother
Joyce Clark, Aunt Janet Marie Hill, Cousins Dezjuano Johnson Jr., Ania
Clark, & Baby Sam Woods.
“Everyone’s life is measured by the power that individual has to make
the world better”- Booker T. Washington.

Left to cherish her vibrant spirit is her son Cameron Reid Jr. (Special
friend Cameron Reid Sr.); Parents Tyrone Jackson & Jacqueline Clark;
Grandmother Dorothy Howard; Sisters, Juevonna Clark & Ashley
Lawrence; Brother Julien Clark and nephew Juelz Jackson; Aunts Joan
Clark, Minister Judy Darby, Minister Bronsha Howard and Jacqueline
Sparrow; Uncles Anthony Jackson, Nathan Howard, Christopher
Howard, & Tony Hill; Stepdaughter Jasmine Reid; Goddaughter Tianna
Briggs; Dream Team Michelle Massey & Cousin Juanaya Massey.

Keisha’s legacy will continue to live on through the lives of her devoted
cousins, cherished Cali Peeps, as well as a host of beloved family &

Visitation 11:00 AM and Funeral Service 12:00 PM Saturday, December 31, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

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  1. Caroline Pippen Jones

    To the the family and friends,

    My thoughts and prayers are continuously with you all. Keisha was a wonderful mother, an inspiration to us all. You will truly be missed.

  2. We are saddened to learn about your family loss. May the God of all comfort help to ease the pain of your grief. Thinking of you all.

  3. Tiffany Wilson-Fullen

    Sending my deepest condolences during this difficult time. Praying for strength and healing for the family. May you rest in eternal peace.

  4. Patrick and Cassandra Reid

    The Clark Family,

    Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. Remember all the good times, all the laughter, all the smiles and warm hugs and kisses. Let that carry you.

  5. Keisha,
    I thank god for the 15 years of love, laughter & cherishing our son together. Life without you won’t be easy for any of us! You gave me an assignment in your last days & I’ll always follow it. Get your rest! I got CJ from here! Continued prayers to the Clark Family.
    Love Always, Cam

  6. Lov u for life rest easy see u soon kc

  7. Christ is the answer for the world we have no other Jesus is the way… it’s well with her soul please let her rest in the precious arms of the father. TO Jakki you can cry tears of joy because you were wonderful and caring mother and grandmother and her beautiful sister I take my hat off to you..Earth has know sorrow that heaven can’t heal.
    We love you and the family.
    Officer Josh C.Combs Auntie Crissy L.Combs

    May GOD continue to shine a light on y’all and give comfort whenever you need it. In your darkest hours when you feel your alone remember OUR HEAVENLY FATHER is always with you and walking beside you to keep you standing or to carry you if need be. I LOVE YOU FAMILY and will continue praying for you.

  9. Melissa M Washington

    Such a beautiful soul ❤️ it was a pleasure talking to you on Facebook!! You giving me great advice when I snap out sometimes… I never met such a sweet person in my life!! I’m very sorry you had to go!! But I know you gave it your best shot boo!! So rest in heaven KC you will be dearly missed…. Thanks for being a great person

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