Keisa Trelease EBERHART

January 5, 1976April 12, 2019

Mrs. Keisa T. Eberhart was born on January 5, 1976 in Atlanta, GA to the late Mr. & Mrs. James & Dessa Rae Moreland. She was the younger of two beloved children. She received her primary education from Grove Park Elementary School. She graduated from Harper High School and attended Albany State College.

Keisa joined First Corinth Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and served in the youth and young adult choirs and the Cabin Creek Congress of Christian Education.

Keisa loved her family and friends and lived life to the fullest. She worked as a Call Center Specialist for the Georgia Department of Revenue/Motor Vehicles Division for 17 years. She married Mario N. Eberhart on February 17, 2006. Keisa was called from labor to reward on Friday, April 12, 2019 at Harbor Grace Hospice in Atlanta, GA.

Keisa is survived by her husband, Mario and two sons, Kenneth Gates, Jr. and Kemari Raphael Eberhart all of Atlanta, GA; one brother, James Stefan Moreland of Atlanta, GA; nine nieces and nephews, Khristopher and James of Atlanta, GA, Dessa Rae of Inver Grove Heights, MN, Derrick of Denver, CO, DejahRae, Noah, Micah, Doree, and Mikale all of Atlanta, GA; one aunt, LaVerne (George) Jenkins of Greenville, GA; three uncles, Leo Combs of Atlanta, GA, Mack Combs, lll of LaGrange, GA and Horace Combs of Greenville, GA; mother-in-law, Julia L. Eberhart of Atlanta, GA; and many cousins, other relatives and friends.

Forest Lawn Funeral Home, College Park, GA is in charge of the arrangements.


  • Visitation Saturday, April 20, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 20, 2019

Keisa Trelease EBERHART

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Kelita Brown

April 21, 2019

Just want to bring some comfort to Keisa son Kenneth.For the past two years I have seen the love and respect that Kenneth had for his mom in the way he took care of her it’s so rare that you see a young man take care of his mother. That just goes to show Keisa did a great job raising Kenny . She was definitely loved and will be missed. Rest In Peace Keisa