Ikesha Reed-3-27-2021

Welcome to the
memorial page for 

Ikesha T. Reed

 December 6, 1985
~ March 13, 2021



VISITATION- Saturday 3-27- 2021
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
9:00 AM-10:00 AM

FUNERAL SERVICE - Saturday 3-27-2021
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
10:00 AM
Link to view virtually: https://vimeo.com/528456534

White Ridge Cemetery
246 Wall St.
Eatontown, NJ 07724

Ikesha Tacara Reed was born December 6, 1985 to Hillard Murray and the late Edna Reed at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, NJ.  She was the youngest of two children.  Ikesha was a lifelong resident of Long Branch.  She attended and graduated from the Long Branch School System.  She was known for her love of arts and crafts and volunteering at the food pantry at different churches.  Ikesha was a social butterfly and she enjoyed music.  She had the ability to bring out the best in anyone that came in contact with her.  Ikesha's smile was contagious.

Ikesha attended many churches.  She had a love for the Lord.

Ikesha is predeceased by her mother Edna Reed, her grandfather Rev. Richard Reed; two uncles, Richard Reed and George Reed, and her aunt Sarah Reed all of Long Branch, NJ; her grandmother Wilhelmina Murray, her grandfather Charlie Murray and her uncle Charlie Murray Jr. all of South Carolina.

She is survived by her father Hillard Murray of South Carolina, her brother Tyshon Murray (Divine Life) of Long Branch, NJ, sister-in-law Charlene, her grandmother Edna Reed, aunts Linda Reed and Loretta Reed, her uncle Tommy all of Long Branch, NJ; her aunts Ginger, Willia Dean, Cynthia and Abbie, her uncle Tyrone all of South Carolina and three nieces Amirah, Mylani and Zyhara as well as a host of cousins and friends.

Ikesha will surely be missed by all.  We will miss her laughter and beautiful smile.


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2 thoughts on “Ikesha Reed-3-27-2021

  1. Vanessa Elem says:

    My thoughts and prayer to the family. May she rest in peace

  2. donna cetrulo says:

    Ikesha was a valued member of our food pantry team. She took her job seriously, and was proud of a job well done.
    During slow times at the pantry she would crochet beautiful projects. As she left the pantry each week, she came into the gym, waved to everyone and said “Good bye my people”. She will be missed.

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