Curtisa Ariese Phillips
Aug 6, 1983 – Oct 9, 2012
The Life of Curtisa Phillips
Curtisa Ariese Phillips, 29 years old, was born to Sarah & Melchester Phillips in Monroe, LA.
She attended Foster and Renton High Schools and graduated from Renton High School in 2001. She then went on to Kaplan College in Northeast CA, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Curtisa Worked for Starbucks as a Barista, an LPN at the Poly Clinic and a program analyst at Providence Medical Center in Seattle, WA.
Curtisa was a fun loving, compassionate, and caring person. She especially loved cooking and entertaining her many friends and family members for weekly Sunday dinners. Watching her favorite football and baseball teams, The Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Mariners. Some of her Favorites were; bannana pudding, homade cornbread muffins, greens, mac n' cheese and a host of other delicacies and TV inspired meals.
Curtisa often sharing many words of wisdon to inspire and uplift the spirts of those she loved. Making everyone smile ad do belly laughs. Her favorite quotes were: Go hard or go home: Be Perfect! Never make anyone a priority when they are only making you an option! The future is for a prepard person.
She had a special affirmation that she would reflect on daily before leaving her home, it stated: Everyday is an opportunity to make a new Happy Ending. She lived her life fully each day to achieve her happy ending. We will miss her, but she will never be forgotten!
Curtisa was preceded in death by her beloved father, Melchester Phillips, Grandmother Iola Bouchee, Aunt Alverlyn Elzie, Aunt Peggy Ann Evans, and Uncle Donald Bouchee. She leaves to celebrate her life and memories, her mother Sarah Phillips of Paso Robles, CA, one sister, Nikki Hobson of Atlanta, GA, two brothers. Melchester Jr. and Keith Phillips of California. Two nieces: Azalia and BriAnna one nephew, Christopher and one great nephew N'Saviur Hobson, all of Atlanta GA, Grandmother Ariese Elzie or Monroe, LA and Grandfather Melchester Woodland of Hattiesburg, Aunt: Ms. Wilma J. Jones, Tanji Calhoun, Gayle Camper, Barbara Rankins and Jacqueline Williams.. Uncles: WIllie Elzie, Mason Elzie, Bobby Hill, Robert Woodland, and a host of Aunts and Uncles, and other relatives.
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