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Rio Henderson

Sunrise Mar. 25th, 2000

Sunset Dec. 28th, 2017

Shcikita Thomas

Sunrise April 27th, 1978

Sunset March 13th, 2018

"Kita" as we all called her was diagnosed in August of 2017 with triple negative stage 4 breast cancer. She made it her mission to document and preach the importance of self-examination and testing. Not only did Kita advocate for breast cancer awareness, she advocated for cerebral palsy awareness and inclusion. Her oldest daughter, Rio, was her oldest of 4. Rio had cerebral palsy. Rio passed away peacefully in her home on Dec. 28th, 2017, leaving behind her 3 siblings and mother. 

Kita was not afraid of death, she was afraid of what would happen to her children. She was concerned with her children being ok.  Before her health started to take a serious turn for the worst, she made it a point to ride this life out until the wheels fell off. 


Rest Easy "SisStar". Job well done! We salute you and Rio. 

Helping families who care for loveone's with special needs find resources. 

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