Deidra Simone Hebert

Jul 29, 1999 – Jan 16, 2019

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Obituary

On July 29, 1999 at Swedish Medical Center, an angel was born to Lakisha Renee Swayzer and Yusef A. Hebert. We called her Deidra “DeDe” Simone Hebert.

Deidra lived a wonderful life despite the adversity she faced every single day of her life. She received an outstanding accomplishment when she earned her high school diploma from Highline High School in June of 2017, graduating with honors.

During her 19 years Deidra touched so many lives and was loved deeply by family and friends.  She enjoyed listening to jazz, shopping, lights and being held close by her mother.  Her life was a gift to all who knew her.  She will be missed dearly, but we are overwhelmed with joy knowing she is no longer suffering or in pain.

Deidra departed this life on January 16, 2019 in her mother arms peacefully at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle WA.

She is preceded in death by her God Father, Nathaniel Ford.

Deidra leaves behind her loving mother Lakisha Renee Swayzer. Twin brothers Demetrius and DeAndre Tackett of Seattle, WA. Great Grandmother Mary Swayzer of East Palo Alto, CA. Grandparents James and Shirley Ealy of Las Vegas, NV., David and Rosa Swayzer of Fremont, CA. Aunts Natasha (Robert) Reedus of Houston, TX, Shantel Ealy of Kennewick, WA, Sabrina Staples of Tukwila, WA.  and Pamela Fields of Atlanta, GA. Uncles Henry Fields of Palo Alto, CA. Dalyn Swayzer of Atlanta, GA. God Parents, Gwen Ford of Seattle WA and Michelle Lewis of Seattle WA and her god brothers and sisters.  Two cousins whom she shares a special bond with Sajryic Staples and Carianna Ross both of Tukwila, WA. As well as a host of Great Aunts, Great Uncles, Cousins and Friends.

Guestbook

Lakisha Swayzer
Seattle, WA
Jan 22, 2019

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