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Little Miss Amiracle Da'Mya Williams
August 22, 2013 ~ October 18, 2023 (age 10) 10 Years Old
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Our beloved A’miracle Da'Mya Williams was born August 22, 2013, in St. Louis, MO to Tammy Williams (Somalia Walls) and Dennis McAlister. A’miracle entered into her heavenly abode on October 18, 2023, at the tender age of ten. Despite her brief encounter with life, her presence radiated an unequivocal joy that will forever be remembered.
From the moment she was born, A’miracle was a beacon of hope, a testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Her journey was not an easy one, marked by her medical struggles. Yet, she faced each hurdle with a grace beyond her years, demonstrating courage, love, and kindness in every aspect of her life.
A’miracle was born prematurely and not expected to survive which is why I named her, A’miracle. She was blessed with a loving family, who cherished her with an overwhelming love. Her life was a beautiful testimony of the love and care she received from her mommy, Tammy and Somalia Walls. Her brother, Jamarion was her constant companion, their bond unwavering and filled with contagious laughter. Her grandmother, Michelle and grandfather, Darrell along with her uncles Michael and Javonn, were pillars of support, showering her with unparalleled care that defined the beautiful soul she was.
A’miracle was homeschooled, a decision made to prioritize her health. This circumstance led her to form a loving bond with the Ranken Jordan Pediatric Family, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and Cardinal Glennon who provided her with an environment that nurtured her curiosity and enthusiasm for life despite her limitations.
She was a radiant bundle of joy, often described as a little girl who could light up any room she entered. Her infectious smile was a source of joy for all who were lucky enough to witness it. A’miracle was a princess in her own right, cherished and adored by her mother, who lovingly dressed her up as her very own doll. You could see and feel her joy when she watched Coco Melon or spent time with her big brother, events that brought her immense happiness.
Farewell, sweet A’miracle. You came into our world and left too soon, but your spirit, your bravery, and your love will forever remain in the hearts of her mom, Tammy Williams, and her dad, Somalia Walls; her brother, Jamarion Steed; one sister; two brothers; her grandmothers, Michelle Thomas and Arnetta Evans; her grandfather, Darrell Williams; uncles, Michael Thomas and Javon Thomas; and a host of cousins and friends who will miss her dearly. Your presence was indeed a miracle, a beautiful miracle that we were blessed to witness. Your legacy will continue to inspire us, guiding us as we navigate through life. You were, and forever will be, our brave, loving, and kind A’miracle.