Aleyah Omspacher Obituary, Death – When Aleyah Omspacher left this world on Wednesday, she made the passage from this world to the next one that she had been prepared for. She had been preparing for it since Wednesday. She had already invested some time in preparing herself for this particular section of the exam. Aleyah Omspacher was born on June 5, 1990, in the borough of East Meadow, New York, in the United States of America.
Her parents, Lenora Jackson and Maduro Omspacher, Sr., were the ones who brought her into the world. Lenora Jackson was born to a woman whose name was Maduro Omspacher, Sr., who was pregnant with Lenora Jackson at the time she gave birth. She moved from New York to the area near Tampa, Florida, in the year 2002, and ever since she made that move, she has not resided anywhere else in the world. She has traveled extensively over the world.
Before moving to Washington, she lived in New York. Before that, she lived in New York. She was a student at Riverview High School for a while, and her educational background includes time spent there. Aleyah attended this school at one point in her life. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Progress of Village, which she visited on a regular basis back when Dr. Sam Maxwell was serving the church in the capacities of Pastor and Teacher at the same time. She became a member of the church during the time that he was in both duties.
Cornelious Smith, Jr., more commonly referred to as “Lil Gene,” her son; her mother, Lenora Jackson of Freeport, New York, who is married to Paris Jackson; her father, Maduro Omspacher of Houston, Texas; her sisters, Imani Jackson of Freeport, New York, Takiesha Omspacher and Miecia Omspacher both of District Heights, Maryland; Raven Omspacher of South Carolina; and Yasmin Omspacher of Virginia Beach, Virginia