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Dayzha Monae Gomez

March 23, 1996 ~ July 6, 2023 (age 27) 27 Years Old

Dayzha Gomez Obituary

Dayzha Monae Gomez was born in Brooklyn, NY on March 23, 1996 to Carlos Gomez and Angela M. Ingram. Dayzha received her first and middle names from her mother’s three sisters, and she was named after the girl in the song by Tony Toni Tone, “Ask of You.” The lyrics say “I love you Dayzha (spelling changed because it was pretty).  Coming from a family of believers, Dayzha accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at a young age. Dayzha was educated in the New York City public school system and was a very aspirational young lady with dreams and goals. Dayzha was close to her family, especially her mother and her Nana Margaret (whom she lovingly referred to as “my ole lady”). If there was food involved, Dayzha was there. She loved her Nana’s and her Aunt Teresa’s cooking, and she loved a party.

Our sweet Dayzha returned to the loving arms of our Lord and Savior due to major illness on July 6, 2023. She was preceded in death by her mother, whom she absolutely adored, Angela M. Ingram, her great-grandmother, Gatsie Miller, great-grandfather Jimmie Miller, great-uncle Jimmy Harold Miller, and brother-in-law Robert A. Lopez. In addition, Dayzha was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Carlos Gomez, Sr. as well as two uncles, George Perez and Pedro Morales. She leaves to celebrate her life her loving father, Carlos Gomez, Jr.; dedicated stepfather Tony White; devoted stepfather David Delaney; cherished maternal grandmother, Margaret Ingram-Heyward (Willie); four sisters Natia Ingram, Kaylah White, Destiny Gomez, and Barbara Pagan Gomez; beloved step-sister, Anastasia Dial; three maternal aunts, Deirdre Niasse, Michelle Ingram and Teresa Ingram; four paternal aunts, Nancy Garcia, Betty Spillane, Iris Menendez, and Marisol Gomez; seven nephews and one niece, Kairi M. Ingram, Zahmir M. Lopez, Sha’Nai M. Williams, Nathan J. Munoz, Adrian Ramirez, Yosiah Ramirez, Yonsiel Ramirez, and Sha’Niyla M. Williams; close first cousins Jamar M. Ingram, Brandon M. Bynum, and Tarin M. Blanding; two great-aunts, Bobbie Miller and Lecia Miller; a devoted cousin, Kimberly Henley; and a host of extended family and dear friends. Her memory will be especially treasured by Sha’Nai, with whom she shared the most incredible and loving bond. The family will announce a private Memorial Celebration of Life to be held on an upcoming date.



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