Kecia Charisse Gary-Wasson
September 17, 1963 – March 21, 2021
Kecia Charisse Gary-Wasson was born on September 17, 1963 in Stockton California to Shirley Calbert and Wesley Gary, Jr. Kecia graduated from Stagg High School in Stockton, CA. After graduation, she attended San Joaquin Delta College.
Kecia pursued a 30 year career in the medical field. She worked 15 years at San Joaquin General Hospital and 15 years providing exceptional and extensive medical care for her disabled son, Justin. Kecia was often complimented by her son’s doctors and medical department heads for her extensive medical knowledge and the care she provided.
Kecia’s nurturing personality was a gift to many. She would give food, money, and clothing to the homeless. She provided medical and supportive care for two rescue dogs (Blondie and Teddy). Kecia’s witty sense of humor always kept her family and friends smiling. Kecia also enjoyed working in her beautiful garden, which included vegetables, fruit trees and flowers. Kecia loved her family and enjoyed all the holiday family gatherings. She was very photogenic and loved taking her pictures.
Kecia entered eternity unexpectedly on Sunday, March 21, 2021 at the age of 57 in Stockton, CA. She is proceeded in death by her mother Shirley Calbert of Elk Grove, CA. Kecia is survived by her father Wesley Gary, Jr. of Sacramento CA.; Son Justin Wasson of Stockton CA.; Husband Michael Wasson of Stockton CA.; Sisters Detria Terry-Perry and Wendy Calbert of Elk Grove CA.; Brother Wesley Gary III of Sacramento CA., and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
Kecia will always be remembered for her display of exemplary motherhood, her loving and caring towards others. Our precious angel, we love and miss you.
A viewing (Masks are required) is scheduled for April 6, 2021 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at DeYoung Memorial Chapel 601 N. California Street Stockton CA. Graveside service to be held at San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery 719 E. Harding Way Stockton CA at later date.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Kecia Charisse Gary-Wasson
April 10, 2021
Kecia seemed liked a very nice person. I am sorry for your lose. You know that God loves you and is by your side.
Lynn and family
April 9, 2021
I met Kecia and J on October 18, 2012, from that day on, my life changed as a nurse. Kecia was a Phenomenal woman and mother. I remember 1 night she and I was singing, dancing to Prince, J turned his lips up, turned his head like," ya'll please ", we laughed so hard, we cried.
Kecia, "Dr. Gary", man I learned some medical lessons from her that as a nurse, I hadn't even performed yet. If you're sick, allergies, sniffles you ain't coming in, lol.
Thank you Heavenly Father for blessing me with Your Angel, LOVE YOU Kecia.
Patrice (Tricie) Lewis
April 3, 2021
We have Soo many Memories you had just reminded me about the easybake oven fiasco. Lol Can't believe you're gone. Gonna miss you. See you when I get there. Love forever and always KITA BABY. Your cousin Tricie...