Felisha Sherie Hart of Salt Lake City, Utah was called back to God on December 11th, 2020 at the very young age of 27. While her life was cut short, it was not short lived. Felisha was a cheerleader, dancer, a competitive athlete, and the true life of the party.
Felisha was born January 25, 1993 to Jeremiah and Leeanna Hart. From the moment she was born, she brought a love and light that radiated everywhere she went. Her laugh lifted the spirit of all who were blessed to hear it.
Most importantly Felisha was a wonderful and loving mother to her two boys Damien and Maliki Hart. Her greatest joy and accomplishment was motherhood. She always wanted to be a mother and she loved her boys with her entire soul.
Felisha will be remembered and missed by her brother Jeremiah Jr., sister Kamisha Hart, her grandparents Michael and Vicky Scott, Ray Hart (Eve), Earl Millsap, and O. Ray Hart; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
We Love you Fee Fee.
A private viewing will be held for Felisha’s immediate family. However, family and friends are welcomed to join via Zoom December 28, 2020 12:00 – 2:00 PM – https://zoom.us/j/8012878233. A public graveside service will be held following at 3:00 PM at Memorial Redwood Cemetery, 6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, UT, 84123.
In compliance with Governor Herbert’s mandate on facial coverings, face masks are required at all services. Social distancing will be enforced.
Life Story Info
I cannot even imagine or think to understand the pain you are feeling. Thinking about it breaks my heart. Most of us here in Ogden lost a wonderful friend but Kamisha, Miah, you lost a Sister. Two boys lost a Mother. Bullet, you lost a daughter. Know that she is with God now. She was too good for this world, so God took her home to prepare a place for her family when we all go on.
From Mark, Azayis (Formerly called Anthony), Markus, Megan, Myself, Markel and the entire Mitchell and MU Family, and my mother Tina Smauldon we send our love and deepest sympathy and know I'm here if you need anything at all