Latonia Cal, a beloved soul who spread kindness wherever she went, passed away on February 7, 2024. Born on January 29, 1967, in Dallas, Texas, Latonia touched the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her warm personality and zest for life were contagious, leaving a lasting impact on everyone she met.
Throughout her life, Latonia embodied kindness in its purest form. Her compassion knew no bounds as she selflessly dedicated herself to helping others. Whether it was lending a listening ear or offering a comforting presence, Latonia always went above and beyond to offer her support and empathy. She had an innate ability to understand people's struggles and offer gentle words of encouragement that would uplift even the heaviest of hearts.
One could not help but be captivated by Latonia's joyful spirit. She possessed an infectious laughter that echoed through every room she entered. Her radiant smile could brighten even the gloomiest of days. Latonia had a unique gift for finding happiness in simple pleasures and spreading that joy to those around her. Her positive outlook on life served as an inspiration to all who knew her.
Latonia believed in embracing every moment and living life to the fullest. She had a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature and found solace in spending time outdoors. Whether it was taking long walks amidst lush greenery or sitting by the beach watching the waves crash against the shore, Latonia found peace in these simple yet profound moments.
Known for her adventurous spirit, Latonia enjoyed exploring new places and immersing herself in different cultures. She approached every journey with open arms and an open mind, cherishing each experience as an opportunity for growth and connection. Her enthusiasm for life was truly contagious as she encouraged those around her to embrace their own sense of adventure.
In her spare time, Latonia indulged in various hobbies that brought her immense joy. She had a deep appreciation for art and loved expressing herself creatively through painting. Her vibrant and expressive artworks were a reflection of her inner beauty and served as reminders of the joy she found in life's simple pleasures.
Latonia's memory will forever be cherished by her three aunts Ruth Hart and Catherine Green of Monroe, LA and Frankie Reed, Dallas, TX; Clifton Carroll of Atlanta, GA; and Derisha Tyler loving niece; a host of other family members and friends. Her unwavering love and support have left an indelible mark on their lives, and the mere thought of her brings back a flood of fond memories. Latonia's legacy will continue to live on through the countless lives she touched during her time with us.
She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Fleming and Mary Cal Jr. Leaves to memory.
Though Latonia has left us, her spirit will forever remain an inspiration for kindness, joy, and living life to the fullest. To honor her memory, let us remember to extend a helping hand to those in need and find joy in every moment we are blessed with. May we all strive to embody the beautiful qualities that Latonia possesses, ensuring that her light continues to shine brightly in our hearts.
Rest in peace, dear Latonia Cal. You will be greatly missed but never forgotten.