Celebration of Life

Date of BirthFebruary 06, 1969

Felicia Renee Daniel Obituary

Date of BirthFebruary 06, 1969

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Date of PassingSeptember 04, 2021

Felicia Renee Daniel Obituary

from Washington, Washington, D.C., United States

Date of BirthFebruary 06, 1969

Felicia Renee Daniel Obituary

Date of BirthFebruary 06, 1969

49 Views

Date of PassingSeptember 04, 2021

Felicia Renee Daniel Obituary

from Washington, Washington, D.C., United States


Celebration of Life

Felicia Daniel, 52, of Washington, Washington, D.C., passed on September 04, 2021. Felicia AKA Lisa was born on February 06, 1969. to mother Denise Daniel and the late Odell Daniel Jr.

Felicia received her education through District of Columbia pubic School System were she also studied cosmetology Felicia was known for her many talents one of which was good service and cosmetology,she also loved spending times helping other but she mostly enjoyed spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren.Lisa met Antonio Snow in 1993 and then married in 1995,Lisa had love for everyone and a smile that would light up any room she had the true gift to gab and was always telling jokes.

She leaves to mourn:her mother Denise Daniel,sister Michelle Daniel two brothers Mark Daniel and Kevin Burney, two uncle's Ronnie Daniel and John Burney,aunt's Rachel Martin and Sharon Smith ,Margie Hewitt and Sara Handy:six children Shanee Daniel, Brittany Daniel, Charmaine Snow, DeAndre Snow, Jasmine Snow and Antonio Snow Jr.. seven grandchildren Delonte Daniel,King Watkins , Royalty Watkins Ava Snow, Done Daniel, Azahria Chestang and London Henderson a favorite cousin Kelvin Brevard Sr seven nephews and two nieces family friends and a host of other relatives

Peom by Daughters

Forever in my Heart ❤️

The moment that you left my heart split in two one side died with you and the other side was left here with memories of all the talks we share d the laughs we had and the moments we will never have I often lay awake at night when the world is asleep and take a walk down memory lane wish I could pick up the phone and have one more chance to say I love you Remembering you is easy and I do that everyday. but losing you was hard and that's a heartache that never goes away . I will hold you tightly in my heart and there you will remain .You see life has gone on without you but I will never be the same 

I love you 

This obituary is administered by:
~ Michelle daniel ~

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