Kambon Nia Taifa Kali, born December 11, 1975, left this world to join his Lord and Savior on Thursday, February 18, 2021. Taifa was born in Columbus, Ohio, was educated in the Columbus City School System, and graduated from Walnut Ridge High School and Hocking College.
Taifa believed in hard work and investing time and energy into mastering his craft. He believed consistency was key to being successful. He consistently broke barriers as an entrepreneur and was the best mentor to the mobile home community and real estate community. He was always a source of information. He added value and wisdom by speaking insight into people’s lives. He was known to “drop gems” along his journey to those smart enough to take what he called “massive action”.
He was an active and faithful member at I Am Church, under the spiritual leadership of Pastor Julius Lancaster. He was supportive of the ministry and grew into God’s word.
Taifa loved all his children dearly. He will be remembered most for his love for the Lord, his giving heart, his supportive nature, his selfless acts, and his unconditional love for his family.
He was preceded in death by his father, Eusi Kali, and mother, Wanda Burrus.
His memory will be cherished by his fiancée, Shanel Baker; siblings, Delena Edwards, Raymond Welch, Jr., and Dawn “Akua” Clark; children, Chaya, Madison, Kamryn, Chase, Riley, Kambon, Kamiko, Princess, Malik, Kylan, and Stormi; grandchildren, Cayden, Oshea Jr., Tykuis, Stormi, Kylan Jr., Mayanna, Malik Jr., and Malikhi; and a host of other family members and friends who loved and were loved by him.
Taifa was dearly treasured and will be greatly missed by many. His legacy that he worked tirelessly to build will definitely live on.
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