Shamekia Bates Obituary, Shamekia Bates has died – Death

Shamekia Bates Obituary, Shamekia Bates has died - Death

Shamekia Bates Obituary, Death –¬†Shamekia Bates, who had been a resident at the Alston Brook Nursing Center and was originally from Richmond, Virginia, passed away there on the day of her passing, on Monday, December 13, 2010. The date of her passing was December 13, 2010. Since she had died away, she had been living there as a resident. She was well into her 90s at that point. A memorial service will be held at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church on the morning of Saturday, December 18 at eleven in the morning in remembrance of those who have passed away.

The ceremony will be held in memory of those who have passed away. The location of the church can be found at 8076 Quaker Lane, Bon Air, Virginia 23235. It is possible to discover it there. This is the address, in case you need it. On January 13, 1920, in the county of Dekalb in the state of Georgia, Mrs. Bates was brought into this world by her parents, Howard E. Smith and Margaret Laura McAfee Smith. Her birth took place in the state of Georgia. Her grandfather on her father’s side was also given the name Howard E. Smith. Her beginnings may be traced all the way back to the state of Georgia, which is where she was born.

She had spent a significant amount of time working as a procurement analyst for the Federal Government-DGSC in Richmond, Virginia before she ultimately came to the conclusion that she wanted to retire earlier than she had planned from her position there. The reason she did this was so that she could have more quality time with her family. Both her son John Dana Bates and her brother Howard Eugene Smith passed away before she did.

She was the last surviving member of her family. She was the only member of her family to have lived to an old age. She was the only member of her family to have reached an advanced age and she was the only one who did. She was the only member of her family to have lived to a ripe old age, and she was also the only one who accomplished this feat.

Because her death occurred before either of theirs, they had both already departed from this world by the time it took place. Her sons Jay Christopher Bates and his wife, Ruth Ann, of Chester, Virginia, and Bill Bates and his wife, Beth Bunce, of Lexington, North Carolina, along with her daughter-in-law, Diann Bates of Richmond, Virginia, and her grandchildren Patrick Eugene Bates and Brian Christopher Bates, both of Richmond, Virginia, Taylor Christine Bates of Conyers, Georgia, Grayson Bates and Taylor Dare Bates, both of Lexington, North Carolina, and John Christopher Bates also survive.

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