LaDeidre Lyday-Chestand

May 31, 1988 - August 29, 2023

LaDeidre Lyday-Chestand

May 31, 1988 - August 29, 2023


The Overcomer LaDeidre Deone Lyday was born on May 31, 1988 to Marshall L. Lyday, Sr. and Cynthia L. Lyday in  Muskogee, Oklahoma.


In her primary years after the passing of her father the family relocated to Boynton, Oklahoma where she attended and graduated from Boynton Public Schoold in the Class of 2006.


She was reared in a christian home her along with her family were active members of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Boynton.


LaDeidre was an Overcomer in every obstacle life threw at her she took it and mastered it. She loved life and her family. She was bold and confident in who she was and there was no straying from that. She was an aspiring entrepreneur an author of “When Wellness Whispers” she believed in spiritual wellness.


She loved to travel and meet all kinds of people and because of her beautiful spirit she left a mark on everybody she met. Her smile lit up the room when she walked in.  In her spare time she was an avid Dallas Cowboys Fan. She would attend all social events petaining to “DEM BOYS”


LaDeidre was blessed to be mother by her firstborn and only son, Ladarion. She later met and married Brian Chestand of Atlanta and they became a blended family being blessed with two beautiful daughters, Braniyah and Liyana. Although the marriage was dissolved the couple remained as friends and co-parents.


LaDeidre was proceeded in death by her parents, Marshall, Sr. and Cynthia Lyday; brother, Daniel Lyday; her paternal and maternal grandparents.


LaDeidre leaves to cherish her memory and to continue her legacy her three beautiful children; Ladarion, Braniyah, and Liyana; six brothers, Adonis, Allen, Mark, Marshall Jr., Myran, and Shannon; one sister, Laura Jean; sister/cousin,  Carneisha Cherry a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins other relatives and dear friends.


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1 responses to LaDeidre Lyday-Chestand

  1. Butterfly kisses to my beautiful cousin. I love you and will miss talking to you!

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