Mrs. Tinnin was born in Amarillo, TX on April 17, 1974, to Robert and Patricia Davenport. She was a woman blessed with the personality that attracted people to her, which served her well during her time in college. Roshanda attended Abilene Christian College, Texas Women’s University, American Airlines Flight Attendant School which she completed and worked at the Amarillo International airport. She completed her LVN certification at Amarillo College and was employed as a health care worker until the time of her demise. She was dedicated as an infant, baptized, and remained a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church where she served on the Junior Usher Board.
Roshanda was preceded in death by her parents, her maternal grandparents, Ralph and Devorah Lamar, a brother Lambert Lamar-Adams, and uncles, Donald Ray Lamar and Joe Davenport.
Her survivors include a son Triston Tinnin, a daughter Alyssa Tinnin, former husband and father of her children, Michael Tinnin all of Amarillo, TX; five sisters: Phyllis Davenport-Clayton, Dianna Hollings White (Michael) both of Amarillo, TX; Velinda Hunter, Irving, TX; Larae Phillips, Dallas TX; Michelle Grady, Midland, TX; two brothers: Karl Dwight Davenport (Marcia) Houston, TX and Rodney Sanders (Sheryl) of Jonesboro, GA; six grandchildren: five aunts, Delphine Lamar of Amarillo, Velma Harkley of Breckenridge, TX; Eula Mae Herring, Los Angeles, CA; Viola Davenport and Martha Jones both of Abilene, TX; a special friend, Michael Charles Reed and a copious number of cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Most importantly, Roshanda was a woman who loved her family and her community.
She leaves a plethora of life-long friends, extended family and a legacy that will forever remain strong.
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