Keisha Lavon Wahidah Adams was born on April 17, 1976 at Lexington Medical Center to the Reverend Joe Louis Adams, Sr. and Ethel Vera Rowe Adams. She was a resident of Newark, New Jersey until she relocated to South Carolina. She joined Tabernacle Baptist Church at an early age. She loved to fellowship at Hall Chapel Missionary Baptist Church with her grandparents, the late Deacon George and Lizzie Bell Adams. At death, she was a full pledge Muslim.
Keisha was educated in the public schools of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina, graduating from Batesburg-Leesville High School, Class of 1994. She attended Aiken Technical College with an Associate's Degree in Management. She managed many fast food and convenience store establishments throughout South Carolina and New Jersey. She was employed by Dominion Energy until sickness invaded her body.
She leaves to cherish her memory: Abu Sumayyah Mu’awiyyah Durecout of the home; four sons – Baaba, Laith, Saalih and Mus’ab, all of Aiken, South Carolina; three daughters – Kamiylah, Nubia and Sumayyah, all of Aiken, South Carolina; her parents – Reverend Joe Louis Adams, Sr. and Ethel Rowe Adams of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina; one sister – Charmaine (Kenneth) Brown of Aiken, South Carolina; one brother – Joe Louis (Leisa) Adams, Jr. of Kissimmee, Florida; one Godbrother – Dyquan Adams of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina; eight aunts – Floree Benjamin of Charlotte, North Carolina, Shirley (Kenneth) Morris, Mary (Isaiah) Corbitt, Isabel (Terry) Salley and Maxine (Henry) Allgood, all of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina, Irma Rowe Randall and Blanche Rowe, both of Wagener, South Carolina and Geraldine (Reverend David) Dockery of High Point, North Carolina; seven uncles – Ervin (Florence) Rowe of Jamaica, New York, Reverend Ethion (Emma) Rowe of Augusta, Georgia, Charlie Rowe, Lonnie Rowe and Andrew Rowe, all of Wagener, South Carolina, Kenneth (Debra) Rowe of Edgefield, South Carolina and George Adams, Jr. of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina; two nieces – India Adams and Jada Adams, both of Kissimmee, Florida; one nephew – Jeremiah Brown of Aiken, South Carolina; mother-in-law – Debra Delong of Sumter, South Carolina; very special friends – Patricia Langford, Karene Govan and Caron Langford; a host of cousins, other relatives and many friends who will miss her dearly.
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