Marshuana Shawniece Nicole Randall AKA “Nicey” began her earthly journey September 21, 2000 at 12:41 p.m. She was born unto Shawn and Trinisa Walker Randall.
Nicey was loved by many. She was passionate, intelligent, adventurous, giving, gentle and loving all around. Her passion was baking, family, singing, and dancing. She enjoyed music, writing poetry and creating recipes. She eventually wanted to become an inspirational speaker and mentor. She wanted world peace.
Nicey was a 2019 graduate of Malvern High School. She received many rewards and achievements during her high school years. She completed four years of ROTC, became a member of the Talent Search and Upward Bound at Ouachita Baptist in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She wrote a poem that won her a trip to St. Louis to be honored. She also attended American Legion Auxilliary Girls State at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. After graduating high school she started her college career at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She was also a member of First Missionary Baptist Church of Carthage, Arkansas.
She is preceded in death by her uncle John Dinneco Walker and aunt Adrienne Taylor.
She leaves behind her parents: Shawn and Trinisa Randall of Carthage, AR, her siblings: Deshawndra Randall (Carthage, AR), Cascenyetta Randall (Little Rock, AR) Joshua Randall (Hawaii) special siblings: Hersheko (Tashia) Berry (Little Rock, AR), Zatoria Jones (Carthage, AR), Antwuan Johnson (Irving, TX) her grandparents: Johnny and Virginia Walker (Carthage, AR) Keith and Darlene Fountain (Carthage, AR) her niece: Avrielle Dismuke (Little Rock) her nephew: Josiah Randall (Carthage, AR), Her uncles: Nicholas (Batina) Walker (Malvern, AR), John Taylor (Chesapeake, VA), Keith (Crystal) Fountain ( Chesapeake, VA), aunts: Nathesha Walker (Carthage, AR), Kateena Walker (Hot Springs, AR), Cherelle (Levell) Fountain-Neely (Warren), Shauntelle Fountain (Warren), her besties: Araven, Natrice and Caliyah and host of great uncles, great aunts, cousins and friends.
Nicey, we love you and we will miss you. Until we meet again…………….
If I Could
If I could but see, again your face,
Oh how much my heart would race,
And nothing could ever efface,
The mem’ry of our last embrace.
If I could climb to Heaven’s gate
And just look in to watch awhile,
Then I know I could joyfully wait,
If I could see your happy smile.
If I could hear the song you sing
And your laughter bless my ears,
Then grief would lose its sting
And a smile would dry my tears.
But faith would lose its esteem,
And Heaven’d lose its stealth,
So we must be denied this dream,
If Heaven is to keep its wealth.
- G W (Bill) Marshall
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