Nicole Sosa Obituary, Death – Nicole Sosa passed away on the 20th, a Wednesday, in the year 2022. She was born on November 21, 1990 in Nashville to parents named Robert Felix Baskin, Jr. and Kimberly Renea McSwiney. She was the only child in her family. Her mother had the surname McSwiney as her maiden name. Nicole liked the fact that she was beautiful to others and was aware of it. She had an upbeat demeanor and a smile that could lift the spirits of anyone and everyone around her.

She was a devoted and caring mother who centered her entire life around her family. She did everything in her power to ensure that her children had the best possible upbringing and did everything in her power to ensure that her family had the best possible life. She gave her all to the roles of daughter, mother, sister, and friend that she played in her life. Her joyful demeanor and the kind hugs she invariably bestowed on all around her will be dearly missed.

Her family includes her sister Courtney Baskin, her niece Jayla Baskin, her nephew Jayden Baskin, her aunts Renee (Scott) Osteen and Andrea (Ronny) Gibson, and her uncle Richard Baskin. She is survived by her mother Kimberly McSwiney, her father Robert Felix Baskin, Jr., her maternal grandparents James R. and Glenda K. Emery, her paternal grandmother Frances “Moppy” Butterworth, her husband Alfred “Ja

The Spring Hill Funeral Home will be the location of visitation and memorial services on Monday, beginning at four in the afternoon and continuing until eight in the evening. The Celebration of Life Funeral Service will take place at the funeral home on Tuesday at 2:00 p.m., and Linda Harp will preside over the ceremony. The burial will take place at the Historic Spring Hill Cemetery immediately following the funeral services.

It has been decided to entrust Spring Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery, which can be found at 5110 Gallatin Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37216, with the responsibility of arranging for funeral services. “The Location at Which the City of Nashville Creates Its Memories.”