Temesha Daise, 41, of St. Helena Island, SC passed away on Sunday, November 21, 2021, at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are entrusted to Allen Funeral Home of Beaufort. We welcome you to provide your thoughts and memories on our tribute wall.
Temesha Bailey Daise was born on March 14, 1980 to Laverne Bailey Doe and Kenneth Doe Sr. She was raised on St. Helena Island, South Carolina. She was baptized at Faith Memorial Baptist Church where she played the piano for the Sunbeam Choir. She obtained her education at Beaufort High School and graduated on May 27, 1998. After graduating, she furthered her education by becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Medical Assistant and Certified Phlebotomist.
She was a devoted wife, mother, daughter and friend. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, vacationing, shopping and enjoying life. As a woman of faith and integrity, she leaves a legacy built on morals and high standards. On November 21, 2021 the eternal Father called his daughter home. In addition to those who had a hand in rearing her, she was preceded in death by her great grandparents, Frankie and Mary Young, her grandfathers, Ernest Bailey Sr., Macon Doe and granduncle, George Young. Temesha’s legacy will be cherished and carried on by her loving husband, Harold Daise, Jr., loving children, Nysheemia Nicole Daise, Zariah Temesha Daise, Shalia Ruffin of Burton and her only son Harold Ernest Daise, III, her only grandson, Zane J’san Daise all of St. Helena Island, SC, her mother Laverne Doe, father, Kenneth Doe, grandmother, Victoria Bailey, mother and father-in-law, Rosemary and Harold Daise, Sr., siblings, two special brothers, Kenneth Doe (Phylisha), Jason Doe (Janae), Antonio Gantt and sister, Felicia Wright, loving uncles, Ernest Bailey, Jr. and Steve Bailey, loving aunts, Maxine Jenkins and Victoria Habersham, sisters-in-law, Carmenlita Jackson (Tim) and Demetria Allen (Patrick), cousins: Stephanie Tebo of Columbia, SC, Demetria Jenkins of St. Helena Island, SC, Andre Habersham of Whitsett, NC, Victoria S. Coley of Charlotte, NC, Godparents, Joseph and Pearlina Bryan of Fayetteville, NC, special friend, Demtria Jenkins and cousins that are more like sisters, Monae Jenkins and Michele Williams. She also leaves a host of grandaunts, granduncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends and other love ones.
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