Celebration Of Life obituary

Celebration Of Life Obituary

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

February 06, 1999 - June 04, 2022

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Celebration Of Life obituary

Celebration Of Life Obituary

Feb 06, 1999 - Jun 04, 2022

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Jenay Sheresa Nealy

Jenay Sheresa Nealy, was born on February 6, 1999, in Detroit, Michigan.
Jenay was the oldest daughter of the late William Nealy Sr. And Eunice Nealy.

One brother Lionel Nealy Sr. preceded her in death.

Jenay attended Schofield Elementary school in Warren, Michigan. On December 13, 2009, the family relocated to Phoenix, Arizona where she attended Tuscano Elementary and Santa Maria Middle School where she was a cheerleader. She graduated from Sierra Linda High School in 2018.

After graduation she attended Empire Cosmetology School. She then worked numerous jobs until she found her love for caregiving. She worked for Endeavor until her health stopped her from working in July of 2021.

Jenay enjoyed playing volleyball,roller skating, swimming and bike riding with her siblings. She loved to listening to music and watching movies, her favorite horror movies. She also loved crafting.

Jenay leaves behind to cherish her memories her mother Eunice Nealy, William (Belinda) Nealy, Rod(Annette) Nealy, Tamia(Hugo), Mariah Nealy, Lamar Golston of Detroit, Mi, William III Patrick Nealy, and Angel Nealy. Great-Aunt Beverly Brown of Fort Worth Tx, Great-Uncle Dwayne Gill of Lansing, Mi. Two Aunts, Denise Canada, Katrina Clay and Two Uncles, Burnell Love of Detroit and Burnell Wade. A host of family and friends.

"I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die."

-St. John 11:25-26

Jenay my oldest, and strongest sister she’s been through so much this hurts me more then anything she was so young jenay was only 23 years old. yes she did go through depression and yes it was hard for her but every time she would stick it out and be happy.i do look back on how we had good times on how we would laugh hard until our stomachs hurt I didn’t think this is how it would be without a older sister. I do still look at our videos and laugh but this does hurt me every day more and more.i never thought this would happen I was so close to her our bond was so unbreakable she would usually come to me whenever she needed to laugh and I would make that happen. But I do think about how she won’t be yelling for me at my graduation and won’t see me get married.i really wish she could of stuck this out for one more time. it’s crazy on how I wont hear jenay saying can you cook for me or mommy can u make me chicken and bring it to me it’s only 8 minutes away (her favorite words). I wish she didn’t go but god said it was time for her to go so she won’t struggle no more 23 is way too young. I love you jenay.


“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Matthew 11:28-30

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