Peaceful 09

Elqwanza Watson

1990 ~ 2022 (age 32) 32 Years Old


Elqwanza Tarquetta Watson was born February the 5th 1990. She was a blessing going to Latarsha Watson-Wright and Elkin Williams. She was the first born of three from her mother “Qwanza” is what everyone called her.

She was educated through the Dade County School systems and graduated from Carol City High school. “Chief Pride”

Elqwanza was mean and humble all in one she was mean because she didn't mind speaking opinion and telling anybody how she felt with no regrets. Humble because she was sweet and kind hearted. If she was cool with you she would give you the shirt off her back. In 2008 at the age of 18 she was diagnosed with lupus, a few years later she developed kidney failure.  

Elqwanza lived her life every day to the fullest of her ability. She enjoys spending time with her family and taking care of her nieces and nephews. Wherever her mom went she was never too far behind.

While spending time with her family during the Thanksgiving holidays Elqwanza was called home on November the 27th 2022.

She leaves to mourn her devoted parents mother Latarsha Watson-Wright(Lathario Wright Sr.), father Elkin Williams (3 Sisters): Corneika Hinton, Elkisha Davis, and ElKendra Williams. (3 Brothers): Lathario Wright Jr., Elking Williams and Elkin Williams Jr. (4 Aunts):Katrina Crump Brazzel(Travis), Veaka Crump, Marian Jones, Tyquana Wright. (3 Uncles): Jimmy Maultsby, Eric Williams, Tyrone Wright.                         (7 Nieces): Elkiria, Kennedy, Zaria, Pearl, Stage, Danielle and Kenyla. (6 Nephews): Elkino Jr., Elking Jr., Elkin Jr., Kenard, Ke’Ari and Ke’Zari. (Her Roxy Clique Auntie Anne, Tron & LayLay. Special cousin Randy Williams. A close friend Keke along with a host of loving aunts, uncle, cousins, other relatives and friends. Special memories of her deceased brother Elkino, sister Lakeitha and aunt Mshinda. Who were near and dear to her heart.

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