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Morria Monique Cullins
May 24, 1976 ~ November 21, 2022 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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“Let your light so shine before men, that they might see your good works and glorify your father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16
Morria M. Cullins was born May 24, 1976, in Detroit, Michigan, to Mae B. Cullins and Morris Candy Madison in Wayne County. Morria confessed Christ at the age of six at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. Under the leadership of Walter Davis, Sr., Morria received her early education at Lillibridge Elementary. She graduated from Lake Providence Senior High School.
Morria enjoyed making friends and completing crossword puzzles. Morria always enjoyed church services and family outings. Morria served as an usher and choir member at Calvary Missionary Baptist Church and at Mount Wade Baptist Church. Growing up, Morria was very active in family travels and present at many
quartet activities. Her favorite song was “Walk with Me, Lord.”
“Nikki,” as the family called her, never met a stranger. She loved everyone and loved to talk; and she kept in touch with everyone often by phone. Nikki had a smile that could brighten your day.
Morria was preceded in death by her parents, Mae B. Cullins of Lake Providence, Louisiana, and Morris Madison of Detroit, Michigan.
In her passing, Morria leaves to mourn and cherish her memory: five siblings, three sisters and two brothers, Jacqueline Cullins Williams (Christopherson) of Greenville, North Caroina, Etta Cullins of Monroe, Louisiana, Precious Cullins of Monroe, Louisiana, Kenneth Hathorn of Monroe, Louisiana, and Reginald Cullins (Shalawn) of Indianapolis, Indiana; ten nieces and nephews; and seven great-nieces and great-nephews; one uncle and two aunts on her father’s side, Keenan Davis and Joann Davis of New Castle, Delaware, and Donna Rasario of New Castle, Delaware; two aunts and two uncles on her mother’s side, Berth Bell of Detroit, Michigan, Rosa Crocket (Cleon) of Epps, Louisiana, William Hathorn of McComb, Mississippi, and Clifton Hathorn of Carrolton, Texas. Morria was preceded in death by two uncles and two aunts on her father’s side, Harvey Davis of New Jersey, Norman Davis of New Castle, Delaware, Patricia Davis, and Delinda Davis of Wilmington, Delaware; one uncle and three aunts on her mother’s side, Leroy Carr of Detroit, Michigan, Marvalean Brown, Erma Graham of Detroit, Michigan, and Etta Hunter of Lake Providence, Louisiana; and a host of cousins, friends, acquaintances, and co- workers.