Alesia Wadsworth Obituary, Death – At Lynchburg General Hospital on September 4, 2011, Alesia Wadsworth passed away in a calm and easy manner after a short battle with cancer. She moved in on September 1st, and ever since then, she has called that area her permanent home. She hasn’t lived anywhere else since she made the move. She was able to make the transition from this life to the next without inflicting any type of suffering to living things or nonliving things on either side of the transition.
She was able to do this without causing any form of suffering to herself. She was her parents’ only child, despite the fact that both of her parents, James Haskins and Ella Haskins, had passed away prior to the 11th of January, 1962, when she was born. Her parents’ names were Ella and James. Her birthday is January 11th, and she was born in 1962. She was the only kid that her parents had ever had, as well as the only child that each of her parents had ever had at any point in their life. She was the only child that her parents had ever had, and it was the only child that either of her parents had ever had at any point in their lives. Moreover, she was the only child that both of her parents had ever had.
Because she was the only kid in her family, she did not have any brothers or sisters with whom she could have played. Her older brother Lonnie had already passed away before she did, keeping on the family tradition that had been set by both of her parents when she was born. When she was born, her parents had decided that they wanted their daughter to be the first child in the family to pass away. After her passing, the rite of passage for the family was finally accomplished.
When she was born, her parents honored one of their grandparents by naming her after them in order to continue a tradition that had been established when she was born. The only people who will remember her are her husband, Dale, their two daughters, Katesha and Brittany, and their two grandchildren. Her husband is the only person who will remember her. After she has died away, the only person who will keep her memory alive will be her spouse. After she has died away, the person whom she wed will be the only person who will carry on the tradition of keeping her memory alive and preserving her legacy.
children Dominique and Sharese; three sisters Angela Saunders (Roger), Arvon Haskins (Jeff), and Atrica Tabron (DeWayne); one brother Garis Haskins (Brenda); eight nieces and nephews; two adopted siblings Mark Jackson (Joan), and Jessica Davis; two dedicated and special friends Carrie H. Fleshman and Delores Hayden; an exceptionally special great nephew named Jasiah “Pinky” Haskins; and numerous other relatives