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Tillisha L. Douglas, 45. was Born Thursday, August 1, 1974 in DeLand, FL to Louise May and Clarke
K. Douglas. She was educated in Public School System of Volusia County. She was a member of Mt.
Calvary Freewill Baptist Church in DeLand, FL.
Tillisha departed this life on Monday, February 10, 2020 at Advent Health Fish Memorial
Orange City, FL.
Tillisha is survived by: (5) Sons, Mershawn Douglas, Mertavris Harris, Robert Cheathem, Rodney
Cheathem and Marteria Cetoute; (2) Daughters, DeSirea Cetoute and Shatell Smith; Sister.
Evangelist Kendall (Kenny) Harris; Brother,Terry May; Godmother, Ruby Jackson; Devoted Friend,
Martin Cetoute; Special Aunt, Emma May; Special Uncle, Dariel May; and a host of other loving
relatives and friends
The Home Going Celebration: 2:30pm Saturday, February 22, 2020 at St. Paul Community Baptist Church Rev.
Kevin Caine, Pastor, 311 Garfield, DeLand, FL. 32724. Visitation Hours: 4-7pm Friday, February 21, 2020 at
ADJ Unity Funeral Home.
Frankie Lee Gainous, 70, a resident of DeLand, FL. transitioned into eternity on Tuesday, February 11, 2020
at Advent Health Orlando, Florida.
The Celebration on Life: 11am Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Mt. Calvary FWBC. 710 W. Cincinnati Ave.,
DeLand, FL. 32720. The Visitation Hours: 4-7pm Friday, February, 21, 2020 at ADJ Unity Funeral Home.
Interment: DeLeon Springs Cemetery, Saturday, February 22, 2020 immediately following the Celebration of
Frankie Lee Gainous, Born September 21, 1949 in DeLand, Florida to the late Frank and Lila Gainous.
Frankie Gainous graduated from Monroe High School in Cocoa, Florida with the class of 1967. She was
employed by Sherwood Medical Corporation for several years. She was a daughter of I.B.P.O Elks of the world.
She was well known for her homecooked meals. One of the best cooks around. She had a heart of gold and to
know her is to love her. She never wavered from her faith in Christ.
Preceded in death by her siblings Emma Lou Heath, Leroy Heath Jr. and Roosevelt Heath.
She leaves to cherish her memories five children:
Anthony Gainous, DeLand, FL; Quoshelia Wilson (Robert), Deltona, FL; Terrance Gainous, DeLand, FL;
Camella Stills, DeLand, FL; Kendran Murphy, DeLand, FL
Grandchildren – Santanna Gainous, Laquita Stephens (Warren), Ta’Shelia Wilson, Cameron Stills, J’wan
Gibson, Damion Bletcher, Nicole Sharpe, Simone Sharpe, Janaya Murphy, DeTerrion Brooks, De’Vante Barkley,
Great Grandchildren – Desire, Desmond, Tristan, Destiny, Zion, Norielle, Harmony, Ezekiel
Godson – Randall Mitchell
Special “other” daughters – Denise Franklin, Alfreda Thompson, Phyllis Jernigan, Arleigh Boetius
Special Cousin – De’Shon Baker
Special Niece – Brenda Heath
Long Time Friend – Ruby Hunter Solomon
Special Friends – Marjorie Brown, Sharon Parker, Ann Bryant, Linda Taylor
A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, grandma and auntie to many. She has touched the lives of many
and her legacy lives on. She will be missed dearly.
Jada Brewster 52, of Deltona, FL. transitioned into eternity on Monday, February 17, 2020 at Advent Health
Hospice Care Fish Memorial, Orange City, FL.
The Visitation Hour will be from 11am until 12pm on Saturday, February 22, 2020. The Prayer Vigil will
commence immediately following the visitation.
Jada A Brewster was born on September 27, 1967 in the Republic of Panama to Norris L. Brewster and
Emeteria Rios-Brewster where she grew up admiring the Panama Canal before migrating to the US. She was
the youngest of eleven children; a devoted mother, sister, aunt, friend and Grandmother who possessed a
great sense of humor. She enjoyed spending time going out on family outings and was fascinated with
watching planes land.
Jada gave birth to three children: Ninoska P Sanford 33, Johnny L. Jenkins 3rd 30,
and Carlos R. Jenkins 27 (deceased)
Surviving Siblings: Elena Mac Klaren, Rosa Diaz, Enid Brewster, Linda Dickens, Bertha Brewster-Terry
Grandchildren: Trevareon J. Simon 15, Breyon J. Simon 13, Amari J. Simon 11, Jamesha J Tillman 7, Aubrey
Jenkins 6, and Noah Jenkins 4