We’re celebrating the life of a queen! A strong soul survivor. The strongest woman we all were familiar with. She has inspired everyone to fight to the end, no matter the circumstances. She’s has proven to stand up for what you believe in no matter what or how long it takes you to make it. She instilled faith and strength. She lived her best life. She impacted so many lives with the way she lived her life! She always had words of wisdom and would always say; God gives his hardest battles to the strongest survivors.
She was one of those survivors, she fought until there was no more fight in her! She always stood on her word and she made sure what she said is what she meant. She was always the to show you better than she can tell you. And she loved Everyone, whole heartily. She knew just what to say, just what to do, so that the love was spread equally! No one alive can replace the love she gave, it was genuine one of a kind!
She was a solider a fighter to the very end. She stayed strong from start to finish. A true queen gone but NEVER forgotten! Forever will she be remembered and honored!! The foundation!!
She is preceded in death by her parents; Webb and Dorothy Lee Tinner, sisters; Darlene Tinner and Wanda Fay Kemp, and brothers; Charles and Grover Tinner.
She leaves to three children; Shanyka Tinner, Martinis Dauntae Tinner, & Mikkel Tinner, three grandchildren; Miosha Hill, Frank R. Hill Jr., & Eyon Tinner, sisters; Katherine Tinner, Linda Tinner, Helene Smother-Tinner, Alma Anderson, and La’Ticia Stephens-Tinner, brothers; Leonard Tinner (LT) Ronnie Tinner, & Namon Tinner, and over 30 nieces and nephews and more great nieces and nephews.
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