Ms. Yalanda Lynne Anthony, age 56, passed away Friday, November 22, 2019. She was born in Muskegon, MI on July 20, 1963 to Charles & Landie (Potts) Walters. Ms. Anthony had been employed as a Nurses Consultant for various hospitals throughout California and later worked for AAA in Muskegon. Yalanda liked to sing in the church choir & keeping a neat & clean home. She also enjoyed watching her son's football games and her daughter performances. Yalanda loved the Lord and showered her children with his spirit.
Sons, Ronald (Tamarah) Taylor Jr. of Virginia, Sylvester "Chuckie" Anthony of Detroit; daughter, LaPrea (Nicholas Brown) Anthony of Muskegon; parents, Charles & Landie Walters; grandchildren, Ronald III, Sean, Brayden, Mylo-Benaiah; sister, Reenita (Renay) Gardner of Muskegon; nephews, Charles "CJ" Walters, Renay Gardner, Robert Gardner. She was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Jr.; nephews, Shontario Whimper.
Private family services will be held.
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Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon
To the Walters family,
I didn't personally know Yalanda , but I've known her parents Benny & Landie since our youth. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers right now. May God bless you & comfort you always!
I remember the first time I met Linnie at Zion Westside Baptist Church under the leadership of the Late Reverend Timothy Culp. Linnie "boldly and beautifully" ministered the song "No man is an island," to the congregation. Although a child myself and only one year older then Linnie I was as many that day, captivated and blessed by her demonstration of love for God. She was a gift to many, including me. I send condolences on behalf of the family of Mrs. Pinky Brown and our prayers are with you as you celebrate a beautiful life.
Tonette Brown Garner
Absolute Condolences! Rest In Peace, Lenny!
My deepest condolences to all of the family there, Yolanda was one of my childhood friends as well as family. May her love and spirit live in our hearts and minds forever. Michael Childrey
We only knew Yalanda briefly while she was my mother’s roommate at McCauley but we are very sorry to hear of her passing. We really enjoyed getting to know her and her beautiful spirit shown through .
I am so sorry to hear the news about Yalanda. She was truly an amazing friend. She showed so much love for everyone else and never thought of herself first. Every time we spoke, I'd ask how she was doing and she would always change topics to ask about my kids and what was going on in my life. I don't know if I could ever have a better friend. Her faith was obvious and I am confident that she is now with her Savior. I will forever be thankful for knowing her. As for her kids and family, I will keep you in my prayers.
Today I thanked God for the gift of Miss Yalanda to my daughter Grace. Grace loved Miss Yalanda but I didn't know how much until her death and I didn't know that Miss Yalanda was an answer to prayer. When Grace was in high school I regularly prayed for other wise women to speak into her life. I found out Friday that she has been doing that all along, up until her death. Grace told me she prayed for them all the time and she had long threads of interaction via texting. I can only imagine that meant Chuckie, LaPrea, Grace and probably multiple other kids. She was a good woman and a godly woman. I know she is safe in the arms of Jesus. Chuckie and LaPrea I am so very sad for your loss. She was a wonderful mother and loved you so very much. God bless you both. Hang on tight to Jesus.
U will be so missed u always had the right things to say...ur soul is so amazing..this is so unreal.please give my mama the biggest hugs from me and the girls...love you from all of us girla!xoxox
To a co-worker from AAA. What a beautiful person she was. I remember her having a pair of shoes on one day and I making a comment about how much I liked them. When she passed my desk that night she took the shoes off and set them on my desk and said here I want you to have these. I still have the shoes, they are beautiful just as she was.
Always remembered, never forgotten.
Gerri Green Woudstra
I love you ❤️ Cousin! You were always so supportive and in the corner of those you love. No matter the distance or time apart, you were always Linnie when we were in your presence. You are truly missed and loved. May you rest peacefully now in our Savior’s arms... Love always, Nicki
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