Alysha Nelson Obituary Death – There is nothing I can do to make her heart feel better, and I do not know the proper words to say. All four of my children have been compelled to witness my deteriorating health, and I am so exhausted, y’all. I must confess that I am quite pleased with everyone, as they were and continue to be fully aware of the constraints I am under.
Even though I could sense death approaching, I was still able to take care of them, and I am grateful to God for allowing me to do so. Nonetheless, as a result of my deteriorating health, I am progressively losing the ability to continue. My liver is now afflicted by the disease, and the tumor is so large that it encompasses my entire stomach’s lower half. In addition, it is raising red flags in the organs that are close to me.
I do not have life insurance because, after receiving such a dreadful diagnosis, I was ineligible for services provided by insurance companies. I sincerely hope that anyone who reads even a portion of my account will be moved to make a charitable contribution toward my burial and funeral expenses. The greatest gift I can give my children is the opportunity to say appropriate goodbyes to the person who loved them the most.
Alysha Michaela; Beloved mother of Elayna Marie Nelson-Smith and Rayden James Brooks; Loving daughter of Heather and Bryan Randolph and Brandon Nelson; Cherished granddaughter of Vicky Miller, Kathy and Charles Nelson, Yvonne Randolph, John Lee and the late Rick Weber; Dear sister of Bryan Laveil Randolph, Brandon Charles Nelson, Natasha Randolph, Maihe Nelson, Hiram Nelson, and Chaz Nelson; Also survived by one niece Kamryn Randolph Died on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the age of 23; Colerain Twp. resident; Visitation will be held at Neidhard-Young Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt.
Healthy on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 10:00 AM until the time of the Funeral Service at 12:00 PM, with burial to follow at St. Mary Cemetery, St. Bernard. Donations may be sent to Lindner Center of Hope, 4010 Old Western Row Road, Mason, Ohio 45040. The one who endured a hellish struggle to be here in order to love, care for, educate, defend, and demonstrate to others how to live with character, gratitude, forgiveness, generosity, and integrity.