Ghana Yasmin Casey was born on April 7, 1987 in Jersey City, New Jersey to Ladnor Glover and Wendy Wallace. She was one of several children blessed to this union. She was educated in the public school system. She was a graduate of the Snyder High School in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Ghana was indeed a beautiful woman. That million dollar smile she owned would light up even the darkest illuminated rooms. There aren't to many people that can do that! She was definitely a blessed woman.
Ghana's biggest, brightest and strongest smile came on the day her loving soldier, Ezra made his earthly debut. She would do all that a loving, doting mother would do for her son.
Ghana was a multitalented young lady. She was an artist. A beautiful make-up artist and hairstylist. Ghana was also a writer. She experienced so much in such a short time and wanted to share her life's journey with the world. Ghana started writing her book, but God had other plans. On March 24, 2019 Ghana Yasmin Casey completed her final chapter. Now she is writing a new book for a new audience.
Ghana was predeceased by her mothers Wendy Wallace and Sarah Casey; her adopted father St. Julian Casey Sr.; and her grandmother Dot Wallace.
Ghana will live in the hearts and minds of those she loved and those that loved her, son Ezra Maysonet, father Ladnor Glover, siblings Henry Simmons(Alicia), Jessie Simmons, St. Julian Casey, Jr., Mark Casey(Tammi), Amin Wallace, Amir Wallace, Princena Casey(Torrence Moore), Yolanda Casey Davis(Tyrone), Lisha Casey Charles(Pierre, Sr.), Kylonye Dorsainval and Sakinah Watford, and a loving host of nieces, nephews, cousins and countless friends.