Majaha Manning


Majaha Chetaun Manning was born on January 10 1965 in Columbus, Ohio to Robert Archibald Sr. and Marilyn Manning.

Chetaun was raised in South Field and attended Marion Franklin High School, where she was a star athlete in multiple sports and top of academic student.

Chetaun graduated from the University of life with a Master’s to whoop your tale. Just kidding she graduated from the Bryman Institute as a billing and coding Specialist.
Retired and moved to Tampa, Florida and Loved the beach.

Chetaun was proceeded by in death by her father Robert A. Manning, mother Maryiln Manning, brothers Robert A. Manning Jr and Marshall Manning, sisters Tanya Manning and Savara Manning and ex husband Wilson Miller III.

Chetaun is survived by Brother Timothy Wade, Children Darius Manning, Sala Manning, Niko Miller, Wilson Miller IV, Jeremy Wade and daughter in Love Antionette Manning. Grandchildren Tyjaun Pendleton, Nikyaya Manning, Dariah Manning, and Aaliyah Manning. Nieces Tracey Manning, Mikera Manning, Keve Manning and Sandy Wade, Nephew Marshawn Brown, Johnny Brown, Ryan Wade, and Petgrand kids King, Mango, Grey and Cornbread. And an Array of more nieces and nephews.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Private Funeral Service 11:00 AM Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at New Birth Christian Ministries, 3475 Refugee Rd.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Shelia D Baxton

    No farewell words were spoken
    No time to say goodbye
    My deepest condolences lots of prayer and love to Lolita and Darius her two hearts along with the grands. Mom fought a good fight . She lived her life with no regrets. Although it hurts today tomorrow even next year were going to see her infectious smile again. So Chetaun the bus route not finished till we get there.
    Love your big sis ,

  2. Beverly Snow-Chavis


    You will be sorely missed. You were one of the sweetest young ladies in Southfield.
    Your smile lit up a room & your kindness
    was insurmountable.
    Rest in GOD’S arms❤️❤️❤️You

  3. We would like to extend our condolences to the family.
    May God comfort you through his word the Bible and the gift of prayer.
    Truly sorry for your loss.

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