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Jamayla Ervoni Marlowe

July 10, 2017 — April 12, 2021

A Life to Live
JaMayla ErVoni Marlowe was born in Nashville, Tennessee on July 10, 2017 to AnYetta JaShee Marlowe Bink, was educated at Coca’s Daycare in Davidson County, where she was potty-trained, and learned her beginning requirements to start her life for future opportunities, she was advanced, smart, happy and full of love.


Peppa, was the middle child of three loveable girls, she loved her Gaga and Papa, waited on him every night before she went to bed, waking everybody up in the morning, affectionate, outgoing, who didn’t meet a stranger, happy, independent, the center of attention, ran the household always into something, doing something, aggravating the girls, and being the disobedient child, love to eat anything and everything, especially shrimp, love to talk on the phone, love dancing, played well by herself with her imaginary friends, always fussing at her baby dolls, she was our future money maker baby, loved lip gloss, fingernails, eyelashes, makeup, weave & hair color, anything that could make you more beautiful she loved, she wanted to grow up, so she could wear these things, she was honest, letting you know when you need to comb your hair and complementing you as well, no matter how bad your day was she made you feel wonderful and special, she touched you spiritually and gave you that angelic uplift, to know her was to love her, our chocolate bunny.


JaMayla, was preceded in death by her great-great aunt Juanita M. Mumphrey
Mayla, leaves to cherish her memory with, mother AnYetta Marlowe, two sisters Lamiya Da’Shay Marlowe, AnTania DeVari Butler, grandparents Jamika Marlowe (James Lillard), Ray Jones, Virginia Fletcher, James Pinchon Sr., Devoted great-grandparents Janice Marlowe & Richard Jones, God-Parents Shameka Holt & Juan , Special friends, Marcus Sharp, Coca, Juan, Joe-T and Fat Boy, a host of half-sisters, half-brothers, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, and cousins, a host of other special relatives and friends too numerous to name


To My family, To My friends
To know me, was to love me
It’s okay to cry, It’s okay to laugh
I’m gone, I’m missed, but not forgotten
Every now and then, you will hear my spiritual whisper in your ear
I held my peace sign up for a reason
“ I’m at peace ”
Your Angelic uplift, Bink
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