ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Damita L. Fleming 27 years old.  She was a loving daughter, sister, mother, niece, cousin, and friend.  Damita was born on September 14, 1982 and passed away on July 27, 2010 from colon rectal cancer. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Paula Davis on July 9, 2012
I miss my friend so much. Man I miss our conversations, laughter, joking and how you kept me in check. You made come to realization about a lot of things. Damita was the sister I never had and a friend I loved so so much. Man I wish we could talk just one more time. I love you man and I miss you much Damita. You were a beautiful mother and friend. I love you Mita!
Posted by Taleya Williams on August 6, 2011
This is for my little sister. Missing you and loving you everyday. You were a patient and strong young woman with a big heart. You endured a lot, some things we knew about somethings we did not know. But I do know you put it in God's hand. God's will was done and you are HOME.

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Posted by Paula Davis on July 9, 2012
I miss my friend so much. Man I miss our conversations, laughter, joking and how you kept me in check. You made come to realization about a lot of things. Damita was the sister I never had and a friend I loved so so much. Man I wish we could talk just one more time. I love you man and I miss you much Damita. You were a beautiful mother and friend. I love you Mita!
Posted by Taleya Williams on August 6, 2011
This is for my little sister. Missing you and loving you everyday. You were a patient and strong young woman with a big heart. You endured a lot, some things we knew about somethings we did not know. But I do know you put it in God's hand. God's will was done and you are HOME.
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Our "Phineas"

Shared by Taleya Williams on August 6, 2011

We had so much fun together growing up making up our own games and activities.  My brother  and sister and I would set out in the morning trying to figure out what we were going to do for the day. Then our little sister, Damita, (whom we called geeky)would say.."ooh, I know what we can do today, we can build a clubhouse".  Now don't ask me how many summers and weekends we attempted to build this clubhouse, but that was our mission. I am sure there were other things she suggested to do, but the clubhouse one just sticks out because it was said more.  It wasn't until recently while watching Phineas and Ferb with the kids, did I realize why she like it so much..she was a version of Phineas..that was so funny to me and I had to share it with her son Tray, who laughed.