Kenyatta Barron was born November 13, 1984 in Hillsborough County to Booker T. Ray and C. Barron. Kenyatta departed this life March 18, 2018. She attended schools in Hillsborough County and continued her education at Hillsborough Community College. She loved living her life for God and being a dedicated mother to her two children. She enjoyed going to school, writing poetry, and cooking. Keyatta was preceded in death by her daughter Ron’niveya O’Neil, grandparents Mary Chaplin, Booker and Lonnie Ray, Walter and Daisy Foxworth, Godmother Gloria Johnson and uncle Samuel Barron Jr. Kenyatta leaves her cherished memories to her loving son Little Ronnie, her parents Booker Ray and C. Barron, her siblings Jonathan Barron, Alisha Barron, Javario Barron, Daisatta Baldwin, Sasha Eliza, and Tabario Cobbs. Her grandparents Samuel and Pamela Barron. Her aunts and uncles Latonya Barron, Teresa Barron, Claire Barron, Inez Foxworth, Sabrina Foxworth, Aretha Foxworth, Josephine Holmes, Carolyn McNeal, Jacqueline Monge, Tony Barron, Simmley Barron, Jimmy Foxworth, Eddie Holmes, and Rodney Baldwin. Her nieces and nephews, Carrieonna Baldwin, Roslyn Baldwin, Rodneya Baldwin, Destiny Baldwin, Rodney Baldwin Jr., Herashiona Crum. Her cousins Deontae Barron, Tony Barron Jr., Randy Barron, Tyler Barron, Olivia Barron, Cynthia Green, Chianita Austin, Tavaris, Cammi, and Marcus Nesbitt, Lisa and Elaine McCormick, Joyce Ray, Romaine Wint, and a host of other relatives and friends. A special thanks to the men and women of the Hillsborough County Fire Department, the Hillsborough County Sherriff’s Department, and to the various staff at Tampa General Hospital. Public Viewing will be held Friday, April 6, 2018 at Greater New Salem PBC, 1605 N. Nebraska Avenue Tampa, from 5-8 p.m. Family and Friends are asked to assemble at 10:45a.m. on Saturday at the church.
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