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Friday October 22nd, 2021
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Saturday October 23rd, 2021
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Latosha Newsome, 37

Ms. Latosha Youvette Newsome was born September 19, 1984, to Marilyn
Newsome and Billy C. Rankin in Jackson, Mississippi. She attended Magee High
School and graduated in 2003. She confessed Christ at an early age and united
with Zion Hill M.B. Church in Mendenhall, Mississippi.

Latosha transitioned to her final resting place on Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
Latosha leaves to cherish her precious memory: a very loving and devoted
mother, Marilyn Newsome, Magee, Mississippi; a loving father, Billy C. Rankin,
Collins, Mississippi; two children, Eddie Newsome and Miracle Newsome, both of
Magee, Mississippi; three sisters, Victoria and Louise Newsome, both of Magee,
Mississippi and Nicole Smith of Collins, Mississippi; four brothers, Robert "Chucky
Newsome, Magee, Mississippi, Ladarius Childress, Cruz and Tony Smith, all of Mendenhall, Mississippi; her maternal grandmother, Betty Mangum Smith; her special friend, Robert Ball; her best friend, Nikki May; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Latosha was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Minnie McLaurin; her
grandfather, Eddie Byrd; her aunts, Angelia Byrd, Michelle Camper Smith; and
her cousins, James Lockett, Jr. and Jasmine Camper.

The Newsome family acknowledges with deep appreciation the many expressions of love, concerns and kindness shown to us during the transition of our beloved Latosha Youvette Newsome. May God bless and keep each of you. Please continue to pray for us as we travel this journey.


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