Chasatte Simeon Obituary, Death – Chasatte Simeon of Chicago Illinois has tragically passed away. Chasatte was a dancer and apprentice at Move Me Soul company. She was full of life, brimming with vigor, and had a burning passion for the dance! It will be very difficult to get used to not having her around, both on and off the dance floor. During this difficult time, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Even after death, may she continue to wield power.

The company would like to extend an invitation to all current and former dancers who have participated in Move Me Soul to join them at the Harold Washington Center on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. for a special tribute class, which will be followed by the releasing of balloons. The class will be held in honor of those who have participated in Move Me Soul. The fact that we are separated by a distance of 1,100 kilometers makes it significantly more challenging to take this medication. Wow, what an incredible life.

I am completely at a loss for words to even begin to describe this. As I sit here and write this post, I have the distinct impression that reality does not even exist. I mean, it’s been hours, and I’m still here, just standing here hoping that the next move I make will bring you back. I don’t know why I’m still here. I have, unfortunately, been compelled to suffer through this nightmare version of normal life for as long as I can remember.

A title devised by man was not sufficient to adequately describe the connection that the two of us held together. You had so many dreams yoo! You were always destined to have a career in politics and make a positive contribution to the evolution of the world, one opportunity at a time. You may have shared with me how much our friendship and the times we have spent talking together have motivated you, but you have no idea how much those things have motivated me. Your level of motivation cannot be matched by anyone else. Because you were born with natural leadership abilities, you didn’t require a title to make an impact on the world.