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Tibria Qeshea Sparkman of Columbus, Georgia passed away on July 24th , 2020.
Tibria was born in Columbia, TN on April 18th, 2003.
Ms. Sparkman was a junior at Hardaway High School. She aspired to become a lawyer. Tibria had a love for family, friends, food, beauty, and fashion.
Tibria is survived by her mother and step-father: Nicole and Hyron Miles; sister: Reagan Sparkman; father: Frank Sparkman; Grandparents: Reyna and Curtis Bialick, and Diane Sparkman.
A service to honor Tibria will be held Tuesday, August 4th, 12pm, at Tibria’s family home.
The Sparkman family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation – Columbus 7500 Veterans Parkway Suite A Columbus, Georgia 31909. 706-577-0055. The family request that you please leave online condolences and a fond memory below.
Jaylen Griffin says
It still doesn’t even seem real. Bri you should be here getting ready to graduate next year with us. You did everything right & it’s not fair that you had to be taken from us so soon. We got close in school & I’m so sorry I didn’t maintain that close friendship. You were so strong through it all when we did talk your were always positive not even acknowledging the negative outcome that we all feared. You brought joy & laughter into all of our lives & for that you will truly be missed. Rest easy bri you won’t be forgotten.💙
Asia Westry says
Tibria , I hate the fact that you had to leave everyone so soon. It’s so unreal. When I first met you freshman year , you were the first person to talk to me in 2nd period. I enjoyed every moment with you. All your positive words, I will forever keep a positive mind because of you bri💕. I love you , watch over me girl .
Elizabeth Hand says
Rest in peace babygirl. Ik we wasnt that close in middle school but you were always so nice to me and I’ll never forget when we was at the dance🥺 I hope you having fun in heaven
Nevaeh Sorrell says
It honestly hurts my soul to even have to type this because I never thought I would have to. We used to joke and laugh about how we was the same person and how we was going to be friends forever because we couldn’t get rid of each other. People used to come up to me and asked me if we were best friends, but little did they know we were sisters. Family. Even before you got diagnosed with cancer we were very close but this just made us closer. Cancer didn’t stop you from being Tibria Sparkman. We still joked , we still played , we were still us. When it was time to have those hard conversations, you was so strong even when I wasn’t. Even though while you was alive I said everything I had to say and we spent all the time in the world together. This is me saying my final goodbye to you. I hope you look down on me and watch over my actions because even you know I didn’t wanna do anything without you. And its going to be so hard to move on. So thank you for being my sister , thank you for all the sleepovers , thank you for the games we went to , thank you for the jokes and laughs and giggles , thank you for all the fights and disagreements , thank for all the love and joy , thank you for all the hugs and pushes thank you for everything and just thank you for being you. I’ll forever make sure your mom and regan and hyron are ok. I love you and I miss you so much. Rest in peace
Keniya Willis says
I remember the last time I saw you & it was on April 13th, 2019 at your birthday dinner. That was one of my friends birthday but I decided to come see & hang with you & I’m glad I did because I never knew that’ll be the last time I would see you. I miss you so much Tibria. I miss the times we had back at Richards. You were so smart & bright . You had a whole future ahead of you. Im glad you’re in a happy place & not suffering anymore. Long Live Bri ❤️
Demetrius Jessie says
R.I.P TIBRIA💔 I remember when I had came to Richards 7th grade year and we had mr. tambyln class Together. You were so nice and sweet to me and everybody you came Across. As the years went by, me and you wasn’t as close as we was in middle and high school but the love never went away. I’m so happy you don’t have to suffer anymore❤️ F*CK CANCER!!!!!! UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN😪💯❤️
Jaylan Wynn says
Long love you Tabria it was crazy they day you checked out and never came back was such a strong girl always kept a smile on your face we had fun in middle school and the few memories we shared in high school may you Rest In Peace ❤️
Ariana Nicholson says
I cant believe tomorrow makes a year. I just walked across the stage a few months ago, and i couldnt help but think about you being there. I made sure that they gave you a chair though. I pushed it from the beginning of senior year to then. I know how much you loved the color blue so i got you blue roses. I rewatch our videos every chance i get to hear your laugh or the jokes you’d make. You should be here w us right now and you aren’t. I still havent found it in my heart to accept that this has happened. I talk to your sister from time to time to make sure her and your mom are okay, she says “we’re hanging in there” or something along those lines every time, but i know its nowhere near being okay. Id do anything to have a conversation with you right now about anything. We were supposed to take a trip to cali and all, but ill be sure to go there just for you. Words cant begin to express how much i miss you twin. All i have to comfort me is this yellow stuffed animal your sister gave me, our messages, and videos from freshman & sophomore year. I find myself losing focus on the track i need to be on, but i end up thinking of what you’d say if you were here and get back on it. I wish i wouldve talked to you more when it came to the end. You’re forever in my heart sweet girl..