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Ms. Venise Simmons
Ms. Venise Simmons
Venise Simmons was born to Willie James and Vera Perryman in Los Angeles California.
Venise graduated from Hiram Johnson High School. She furthered her Education at Sacramento City College in Sacramento, California and DeHa College in Stockton, California. She was a licensed beautician and was very good at her vocation. She was also employed at the Stockton Correctional Center for years until her health failed her. She absolutely loved that job.
Venise loved to dance and had a passion for cooking and feeding everyone. She loved company. She was definitely a people’s person. She loved to play bid whist and party and she was always the last one to arrive any where. She was always late. She loved her friends deeply, especially her very best friend Ms. Jeanette Moore. They were friends since grade school. She had so many friends just know she loved all of you. Stephanie Singleton, Kim Vaughn, and Catrice Wilson, thank you for the kindness you’ve shown at this time.
She departed this life on September 18, 2023 at Kaiser South in Sacramento, California in her sister Juanita arms.
Venise was preceded in death by her parents Willie James and Vera Perryman. Two sisters Azetta Knight and Verna Perryman. Three brothers Victor Knight Jr., Kelvin Runnels and Kendall Perryman. She leaves to cherish her memory one daughter Uniese Bean, one son Amari Bean, one grandson Kyair Bean and her special love Gregory Williams. Ms. Yolanda Price she loved you so much, thank you for all that you done for her. You were always there. Five sisters Juanita Williams of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Martha and Helen Perryman of San Angelo, Texas, Dwayana and Kashia Perryman of Los Angeles, California and two brothers Thomas Quarles of Stockton, California and Thomi Perryman of Los Angeles, California. One special nephew whom she loved dearly Mr. Keith Perryman of Sacramento, California. A host of cousins, nieces, nephews, aunt, uncles and many friend.
She fought a long hard battle but now it’s time to rest. We love you and you will truly be missed. From labor to reward.