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Alyssah Rene'e Rosas

February 15, 2008 ~ April 19, 2021 (age 13)


Alyssah Rene’e Rosas was born February 15, 2008 to Christina Rosas and Jevare Freeman-Handy in El Paso, TX.

She was a seventh grader at Oxford Middle School and a member of the track team. She was the first leg of the 4x1 and 4x2 relay races.

Alyssah was a social butterfly and such a kind hearted sweet girl with a beautiful smile. She always wanted to keep the peace and see the good in everyone.

She enjoyed playing and watching volleyball, especially when her sister played, basketball, and sports in general. She loved being in front of a camera, going to the arcade and Oxford square, making and watching Tik Toks, listening to music, and dressing up and doing her hair. She was a true fashionista!

Her infectious laughter and humble spirit will truly be missed by all who loved her. Left to cherish her memories are her mother, Christina Rosas (Lionel) of Oxford, MS; father, Jevare Freeman-Handy of El Paso, TX; sisters, Lexi Rosas and Aaliyah Rosas both of Oxford, MS; step-siblings, Jay Harris, Jaylen Harris, Ja’Naudia Harris, and Kha’Liyah Harris all of Oxford, MS; maternal grandparents, Tracy Carroll Reade (Dean) of El Paso, TX and Roger Rosas of Seattle, WA; great grandfather, Robert Carroll, Sr. of El Paso, TX; paternal grandparents, Derae Freeman and Jeffrey Handy (Camillia) both of Sacramento, CA; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives, friends, and OMS family.

She was preceded in death by her maternal great grandmother, Ofelia Carroll.

***NOTE: After local services, Alyssah will be flown home for a final  farewell service in El Paso TX.

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April 26, 2021

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
L. Hodges Funeral Service
38-F Hwy 334
Oxford, Mississippi 38655

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