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A Time to Be Born…
Katrina Lynette Stewart Daniels was born November 14, 1976 to Minnie Stewart and James Martin. She attended Thomas County Central High School in Thomasville, GA. She later attended Southwest Georgia Technical College. She worked at Walmart for nearly 20 years.
She was a devoted wife and mother to her children.
A Time to Love…
In May of 2015, Katrina Lynette Stewart and Michael Daniels were joined in holy matrimony. Michael and Katrina were married for seven years, raising thirteen children.
A Time to Serve…
Katrina was born and raised in Boston, GA.
She later moved to Thomasville, GA where she worked a number of various jobs before obtaining a career at Walmart as a Supervisor. She became a friendly and familiar face for many customers who shopped there. She was known for helping many shoppers as well as her colleagues. She was not only a co-worker but good friend to many who worked with her. Some people who knew her may have even called her “nicety”. A mix between nice and nasty because even though she was nice she didn’t hesitate to get nasty with you if you disrespected her. She was very passionate about people and working with people and doing what she could to help bring a smile to others faces. Outside of work, Katrina was known as a nurturing mother, caring friend, doting wife and phenomenal woman of God.
She loved and cherished her husband Michael greatly. Her children were her world and there were no limits to how far she’d go to protect and care for them.
Upon leaving Thomasville, she returned to her hometown of Boston after retiring from Walmart. She helped run her husband’s business, cared for her young daughter Ava Leigh Rose Daniels as well as her grandchild Brady Spence and maintained life at home for her family.
In her pastime, she enjoyed shopping, fixing up her home, going to church, attending school events with her little ones, and cooking. People always flocked to her home for a plate of whatever she was cooking for dinner or the holidays. She was known to throw down in the kitchen.
Katrina gave her life to Christ at a young age. She joined New Olive Grove Missionary Baptist Church. Led by the spirit of God, she later became a faithful member of Many Mansions church in Thomasville, GA. As a member, she wore many hats including serving as a youth Sunday school teacher, youth director and church secretary for at least twelve years. She also served on the program committee.
A Time to Mourn….
Our family sadly lost our matriarch on November 17, 2022. Katrina Stewart Daniels, favorably known as “Trina”, “Get Low”, “Glam-Ma”, “Baby”, “Miss Trina”, “Aunty Trina”, “Hurricane Trina”, “The Baddest” “Sister”, “Daughter”, “Mom” passed away after complications from surgery at Emory Hospital.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Minnie Stewart and James Martin; sibling, James Martin Jr.; step-mother, Elizabeth Martin McGriff; grandmother, Cora Lee Stewart; father-in-law: Johnny Lee Daniels; uncles: Ed Williams, Wilbert Stewart and Richard Stewart; sister-in-law, Patricia Daniels and brother in law, Henry Johnson.
Katrina Daniels leaves to cherish her memory her loving and devoted husband, Michael Daniels and between the two of them they share thirteen children: Sherale Booker (Charlotte, NC), Katina Booker (Valdosta, GA) Abigail Booker (Thomasville, GA), Earl Denoris Booker (Valdosta, GA) Ava Leigh Rose Daniels (Boston, GA) and her beloved and cherished; grandson, Brady Spence affectionately known as “Koonce”. Quadreakus Gosier, Michael Daniels Jr., Tyshon Jones, Zadrian Jones, Lamike Daniels, Darinan Daniels, Damya Daniels, Shante Riles. She also leaves behind six other grandchildren. Katrina is also survived by her siblings: Timothy Stewart, Gail Bell McNeal (Samuel McNeal), Deboraha Johnson, Pauline Haggins (cousin/sister),
Eugene Thomas (cousin/brother), Amos Thomas Jr. (cousin/brother). Katrina is also survived by her five aunts, Emma Jean Thomas (Amos Thomas), Dorothy Williams, Sarah Stewart, and Mary Francis Stewart; great-aunt, Hattie Hugans; her uncles, James David Stewart, Charles Stewart; great-uncle, Robert Williams; mother-in-law, Eddie Mae Lewis; brother-in-law, Johnny Lee Daniels, Jr.; sisters-in-law, Debbie Haggins, Brenda Daniels, Eddie Ruth Daniels and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and her loving church family at Many Mansions.