Sha-Nique affectionately known as Kiki or Looney was born on December 7, 1989, at Interfaith Hospital formerly St. Johnson Hospital in Brooklyn NY to Michael Gerard Streeter and Nikita Love Davis. Sha-Nique loved the Lord with all her heart, accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior, and was baptized at the tender age of ten at Central Baptist Church in Brooklyn NY. While serving God at Central Baptist Church. Sha-Nique sang on the Rising Angels Youth choir and Praise Dance team under the tutelage of the Rev. Dr. Lenora Crump-Owens.
Sha-Nique was educated in the NYC Public School System until her family relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina. She attended and graduated from Millbrook High School. While In school Sha-Nique loved and excelled in mathematics and oftentimes received rewards for her excellence in the subject. After graduating from Millbrook High School, Sha-Nique immediately went to work for the Walmart Corporation in 2008 and then the United States Post Office in 2013 as a rural carrier. Sha-Nique loved to cook and was very good at it. She had entrepreneurial dreams in recent years and was working towards her dream of owning and operating her very own food truck. Sha-Nique worked tirelessly preparing and selling food on Poole Road where people lined up to get a plate of that good ole soul food made with love.
Sha-Nique met and fell in love with Kentezz Demetrius Bailey in 2007 and we all knew he was the love of her life. From their love two children were born Ziyonna Monae Bailey she affectionately called stinka butt and Xavier Tyshawn Bailey she affectionately called daddy. Sha-Nique loved her children with all her heart and soul. She was an affectionate, nurturing, and loving mother who made sure to expose her children to the arts and science. Everything she did was for the love of her children for they were her life.
Sha-Nique was small in stature but strong and mighty in confidence. She possessed no fear and would stand up to anyone who tried her and if you did you would end up on the losing end. Sha-Nique had a beautiful smile, a unique laugh, and a huge heart with so much love to give. If Sha-Nique loved you, there wasn't anything she would not do for you. Always selfless and oftentimes putting herself last. Sha-Nique presence was felt anytime she walked into a room with her huge infectious smile personality and witt. You were sure to get a belly rumbling laugh. She always loved to dance and will command the dance floor with her moves. Always drawing a crowd around to watch in awe. Sha-Nique was a jack of all trades growing up she was in competitive dance, karate, and tournament level tennis. She was great at everything she did!!
Sha-Nique leaves to mourn her parents Michael Gerard Streeter and Nikita Kennedy Davis; grandmother Juanita Kennedy; five grandparents preceded in death Solomon Kennedy, Eula Mae Davis, Willie Davis, Louise Streeter, and Sterling Streeter; two children Ziyonna Monae Bailey and Xavier Tyshawn Bailey; three sisters Sha-Roya Davis, Sha-Naizha Davis, and Sha-Niaya Davis; cousin/auntie Patrice; perspective Kentezz Bailey; prospective mother-in-law Ms. Carline Harvey; three nieces Makayla, Jayla and Indiya; two nephews Markel and Giovanni; two goddaughters, Akira and Jamira; three sister-friends Eva, Elisa, and Ruth (Puerto Rico); and a host of cousins, relatives, and friends. Shanique’s family was huge, and she loved them all. Family meant everything to her.
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