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You know I loved you. Thank you for all the support over the years. You were my best friend of all my friends. I ’ m grateful for all we got through. I was by your side until your last day. Continue to comfort me and be by my side. I ’ ll definitely need it now. Amaree misses his GG so please comfort your “ stink stink ”, as you called him.

You know this one is hard. To be on the phone with you one night, then the next night you are in the hospital?!?! But …. I will get through this. You are my Guardian Angel now. Me, Kassidy and Amaree ’ s. You know Amaree keeps asking about his GG. I am glad we got the chance to become close. We acted like brother and sister a lot of the time. Thank you for raising me to be a “ clean ” man - you know its some nasty folk out there. :). I regret never thanking you for my name, Kerrion D ’ Arte. You know D ’ Arte means artist and I am quite the artist. I wanted to thank you for this name when I receive my Grammy Award or my BET Award but ….

The Homegoing Celebration for the Life

Sunrise July 9, 1967

Sunset November 15, 2022

You will be missed Shun Shun/Mom Antonio said he loves you Shun Shun

Eastgate Missionary Baptist Church

Life Reflections of

Shundalan Nichelle Wiley Armstrong was born on July 9, 1967, to John and Sylvia Scott Wiley, in Dallas, Texas. At an early age she joined Morning Star Primitive Baptist Church and later united with Eastgate Baptist Church. Shun was the oldest of three children. She was a graduate of David W. Carter High School, class of 1985. Shun had her first born, Kerrion Wiley, and soon after she met Darwin Armstrong in 1985. They were married March 28, 1992. To this union one child was born, Kassidy Armstrong. Shun enjoyed line dancing, eating Mexican food, and any opportunity to hangout with family and friends. Shun was employed at Chase Bank for over twenty five years. She ended her employment at Kids University, where she loved taking care of the babies. Shundalan was preceded in death by her grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Myrtis and Jessie Scott, Mr. and Mrs. U.L. and Blanche Wiley. She leaves precious and cherished memories to her father and mother; John and Sylvia Wiley, brother, Terrence Wiley (Althea), sister, Kizmet Bell (Jimmy), son, Kerrion Wiley and daughter, Kassidy Armstrong, grandson, Amaree Williams, four nephews; Antoine Jones, Jr., Tranard Wiley, Trenton Wiley and Devin Bell, one niece, Kourtnee Jones, two great nieces; Raelynn Jones and KaMyiah Adams, one great nephew, Kaleel Adams, seven uncles and four aunts, best friend Andrea (Mia) Robertson and a host of other relatives and friends. She will be greatly missed, but never forgotten.

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