Adiah Fayah Boudreaux, was a loving daughter, sister, and friend to many. She was a pure spirit with good intentions toward all she encountered. Born with sickle cell anemia, she fought in an endless pursuit to live everyday. Adiah was a warrior burdened with an illness she didn’t ask for but that didn’t stop her from being optimistic. She used her illness as inspiration to write poems, make music, and encourage others to be strong despite all obstacles against them. Through out all the blood transfusions, endless needles, and diabetes, Adiah was still determined to fight and ultimately heal her mind, body, and spirit of all illness.
We are in need of your assistance to help us raise funds to be able to put our Dee Dee's body to rest in peace. Unfortunately, the cost of the funeral expenses adds up to be much more costly due to the added cost of having to find a personal Pathologist physician to perform an Autopsy to find the cause of death after being denied an autopsy by the State Of Georgia Office. Why they denied the autopsy? Because the doctor at Grady Memorial Hospital already wrote her death certificate for cause of death to be related to "Natural" causes prior to the performance of the requested autopsy. I need your contributions to help solve this mystery of the sudden death of Adiah Boudreaux.
She fought for 21 long years, and without notice, had her last battle. She deserves an honorable burial, but due to lack of funds, accomplishing this will take the help of the community. As the world goes on tomorrow, it is our mission as a family to remember Adiah Boudreaux, our hero, of yesterday. The family is hoping to have the funds for the autopsy THIS FRIDAY to bury her within a week’s time and will be raising donations. All donations will personally be handled by the parents, Luticia and Francis Boudreaux, once collected. May you all be blessed and please donate with a giving heart to this young hero gone to soon.