OBITUARY

Zyliyah Sincere Irvin

July 19, 2016February 18, 2019
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How do you write an obituary for a two year old? How do you make the world understand how much better so many lives were made because of the existence of such a tiny girl, with so few stories to choose from? We must shine a light on the life she had and the lives she impacted, while not forgetting the absolute tragedy that brought us to this day, and the task of penning the words to cement her story; one she will never get to read but will be held close by all of those, through whom her memory will carry on, forever. Zyliyah Sincere Irvin was born on a bright, warm, sunny July day, and it is no coincidence that bright, warm, and sunny is the very attitude with which she greeted every day and everybody. Like a typical two year old, Liyah enjoyed bubbles, coloring, dogs, music and playing in the water. She loved to dance with her Mimi, pose for pictures with her Auntie, and sing songs with her Mommy. She was beyond head strong, silly, and as sassy as she was sweet. She loved trains, planes and any toy that makes noise. She was uniquely her own and her stand out personality always left an impression on anyone lucky enough to have met her. In death, as she was in life, Zyliyah is hope and love, and as such, she leaves behind an important legacy. In addition to our hearts, our angel will live on in the hearts of the families that will be blessed with the gifts she leaves behind for others; the gift of life.We hope that the takeaway from this tragedy will be a grim reminder to make your actions and intentions precise, hold your family close, tell them you love them, appreciate every moment possible, don't take anything for granted, and be aware that anything can happen, for better or worse. We come out of this knowing that, if only for a short time, we got to love, cuddle, play and learn with this beautiful soul, and that can never be taken away from us.Welcomed to her heavenly home by her Great Aunt Sandi Lindsey and her Great Grandfather Don Oliver.Forever missed and cherished by: Mother, Jasmine Irvin; Mimi, Donessa Irvin; Pawpaw, John Irvin; Aunty Grace Irvin; Great Grandmothers Joyce Rogers and Emma Taylor; God Father Andre (Dre) Burr; a multitude of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends; Father JoeVon Foust; Grandmother Keisha Townes and Aunt Jelysa Foust. To honor this tiny hero, let us all take a page from her book: Blow the bubbles, splash in the puddles, pet all the puppies, take all the pictures, shake it if you've got it (and even if you don't) , and sing at the top of your lungs.In lieu of flowers, please donate to the final expenses at gf.me/u/qvv35b. Condolences may be left for the family at www.berryfuneralhome.com

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Barbara Moore

February 27, 2019

I found this little angel the night of the accident. And I think of her everyday.when I go by their.i can still smell the sweet baby smell of her .and picture her in that little fur vest she had on .I still cry at times not understanding the why..the day they turned machines.off a bird came to me on my porch that day.at first I thought it was dead but wasn't I held it for long time.then that evening it went on its ways...had to share that ...I have wonder if it was her way telling me she is ok

Tiffany Bradley

February 22, 2019

Jeanette Mcilwain

February 21, 2019

Sorry for your loss and prayers are with you take it one day at a time amen

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How do you write an obituary for a two year old? How do you make the world understand how much better so many lives were made because of the existence of such a tiny girl, with so few stories to choose from? We must shine a light on the life she had and the lives she impacted, while not forgetting the absolute tragedy that brought us to this day, and the task of penning the words to cement her story; one she will never get to read but will be held close by all of those, through whom her memory will carry on, forever.

Zyliyah Sincere Irvin was born on a bright, warm, sunny July day, and it is no coincidence that bright, warm, and sunny is the very attitude with which she greeted every day and everybody. Like a typical two year old, Liyah enjoyed bubbles, coloring, dogs, music and playing in the water. She loved to dance with her Mimi, pose for pictures with her Auntie, and sing songs with her Mommy. She was beyond head strong, silly, and as sassy as she was sweet. She loved trains, planes and any toy that makes noise. She was uniquely her own and her stand out personality always left an impression on anyone lucky enough to have met her.

In death, as she was in life, Zyliyah is hope and love, and as such, she leaves behind an important legacy. In addition to our hearts, our angel will live on in the hearts of the families that will be blessed with the gifts she leaves behind for others; the gift of life.
We hope that the takeaway from this tragedy will be a grim reminder to make your actions and intentions precise, hold your family close, tell them you love them, appreciate every moment possible, don't take anything for granted, and be aware that anything can happen, for better or worse. We come out of this knowing that, if only for a short time, we got to love, cuddle, play and learn with this beautiful soul, and that can never be taken away from us.

Welcomed to her heavenly home by her Great Aunt Sandi Lindsey and her Great Grandfather Don Oliver.

Forever missed and cherished by: Mother, Jasmine Irvin; Mimi, Donessa Irvin; Pawpaw, John Irvin; Aunty Grace Irvin; Great Grandmothers Joyce Rogers and Emma Taylor; God Father Andre (Dre) Burr; a multitude of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends; Father JoeVon Foust; Grandmother Keisha Townes and Aunt Jelysa Foust.

To honor this tiny hero, let us all take a page from her book: Blow the bubbles, splash in the puddles, pet all the puppies, take all the pictures, shake it if you've got it (and even if you don't) , and sing at the top of your lungs.


Condolences may be left for the family at www.berryfuneralhome.com