We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Jackson Professional Funeral Services
With sincere compassion, we respectfully announce the transition of Ms. Kisha Natasha McTier. A native, and resident of Montgomery, AL. Ms. McTier transitioned on Monday, May 16th, 2022. She was 44. A public Prayer, Balloon Release and fellowship will be held Saturday, May 28th, 2022 @ 10AM from the grounds of Jackson Professional Funeral Services.
Kisha Natasha McTier was the first-born twin to parents, Mary McTier and Tommie McTier, Jr. On April 19th, 1978, God allowed her to be born just four minutes ahead of her sister, Tisha. Family and friends embraced the blessings and joy of their births.
Through the guidance of their parents, Kisha and Tisha were introduced to Jesus Christ at an early age. New Canaan Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Eddie Hill, Jr., was the setting for much of her initial Christian Education. Later in life, Kisha welcomed conversations about the goodness of God, and his plan for His own. She loved the LORD.
Kisha had a natural, quick-wit that allowed her to bring tons of laughter to every family gathering. When Kisha entered the room, the atmosphere changed and hearts were made light by her comical additions.
Kisha transitioned on May 16th, 2022, after an extended illness. She will be sorely missed. Her legacy of love lives on through her parents; her children: Shakira McTier and Kanye McTier; granddaughter: Kaloni McTier; sisters: Tisha McTier (Regus) Williams & LeAnna McTier; a brother: Eric McTier; nephews: Shaquille McTier , Grant McTier & Jordan McTier; nieces, Zamya McTier, Zarie McTier & Zoey McTier (whom Kisha adored); great nephews, Isaiah and Za'Ryan McTier, and a host of other relatives and friends. Kisha was not only loved by family, but also very special friends, Zola Hamilton, Patrick McCain and Chrissy Hogan.
Jackson Professional Funeral Services is grateful to the family of Ms. McTier for entrusting the final care and arrangements of their loved one to our caring and dedicated professionals. We solicit your continued, sincere support, and prayers for her family as they navigate through this experience.