Sheryce “Resi” Muse

August 09, 1973 - October 10, 2023

Sheryce “Resi” Muse

August 09, 1973 - October 10, 2023


Today, we come together to honor and celebrate the extraordinary life of Sheryce “Resi” Muse. Resi was not only a beloved daughter, mother, and guardian but also a gifted artist, entrepreneur, and compassionate advocate. Originally from Plainfield, New Jersey, she found her way to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she cultivated a life filled with boundless love, strength, and resilience.

Resi was a true creative force, fearlessly pursuing her passions. Under the stage name Sacred, she mesmerized audiences with her remarkable skills as rapper. Resi also showcased her artistic abilities as a self-made hair braider, establishing her own business called Braids by Resi. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to create The Fancy Stoner and Made by Resi, empowering others as a business consultant on their own journeys.

Family held an immeasurable importance in Resi’s life, and her love transcended all boundaries. She leaves behind three cherished children: Nyra Imani Muse, Domineek Muse, and Annyce Lynn Muse. Although her eldest son, David Muse, preceded her in death, his memory lives on through his daughter, Daila Muse, whom Resi lovingly cared for as her guardian. Resi was a cherished daughter to her living mother, Cheryl King, and a beloved sister to her two surviving siblings, Jamal Muse and Antoine Muse.

Resi’s legacy will forever inspire us to selflessly serve others, to pursue our dreams with unwavering passion, and to extend a helping hand to those in need. Her impact on our lives is a testament to the power of love, resilience, and compassion.


Sheryce T Muse’s close-knit family consisted of her late grandparents, Perry King and Jessie King. Her loving parents Cheryl King, and her late father, Patrick Muse. Her aunts and uncles Darren King, Donna King, Lamont King Sr., Patricia King, and Perry King Jr.. were a constant presence in her life, offering guidance and love. She shared a strong bond with her siblings, Jamal Muse and Antoine Muse. She was blessed to be an aunt to Aljamal, Diamond, Elijah Kejuan, Khalid, Kya, and Myla. Her cousins played an important role in shaping her life, Darren Jr., Khareem, Khaia, Kieasha, Lamont Jr, Nakeisha, Natasha, Nicole, Phillip, Sadeeq, Sarai, Senora, Taliybra, Tiffany, and Zipporah, as well as her great cousins, Aaron, Aleah, Aria, Ciera, Gabe, Josiah, Kaelynn, Khareem Jr., Nicholas and Raelynn, who were always a source of laughter and happiness.

Beyond these named relatives, Resi’s life was filled with a host of other loved ones.

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