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September 8, 1986 ~ June 26, 2022 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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Shaneay Nek’iah Varnor was born at Beth Israel hospital, in Newark NJ on September 28th, 1986 to parents ; Talaethon Motyczka and Issac Wade, Sr.
Shaneay was jovial and had a zeal for life. She never lost her faith and would thank God for every hurdle she climbed and every obstacle she overcame.
She especially enjoyed celebrating every single birthday because she knew each year was a gift from God. Shaneay was very particular on how she wanted things and would make sure, her cake was beautifully decorated and her birthday event was one for the books. Shaneay always put her best foot forward and when you saw her, her nails and hair were always on point. Shaneay had a smile that lit up the room, and you could see those dimples a mile away, she would always say the dimples were a family trait. She loved dressing up and living life to the fullest, she had an affinity for sneakers and was a lover of all genres of music. She was very fond of cooking, her grandmother who was an excellent cook thought her and she found joy in cooking for her family and friends.
Shaneay passed away on, June 26, 2022 and is preceded in death by her son Isiah and her loving grandmother, Judy Davis who raised her.
She leaves behind a host of nieces and nephews whom she loved cherished dearly. They knew they could always call aunty Nay if they needed anything, she was there when they called. She also leaves behind brothers; Isaac Wade, Julian Thomas, Curtis Thomas, Sabion Wade, Jamil and Anthony Varnor, and sisters Latasha Wade and Lisa Motyczka, a host of uncles, aunts, and cousins, including Tammy Hale, who was more like a sister than a cousin.
Shaneay we are going to miss your warm nature and your infectious laughter.
You loved many and you were loved by us all. Until we meet again, see you in the morning.