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Sunday Jo Days
July 16, 1961 ~ September 14, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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Sunday Jo Days was born on July 16, 1961, to Rosalee Gardner-Days and Clyde Days, Sr. As one of the youngest girls to her parents, Sunday was always filled with joy and strength from the start of her life, and she delighted in sharing it with both family and friends or a stranger in need of a loyal confidant. On an early Thursday morning, September 14, 2023, Sunday was gifted her wings and joined her two eldest children, mother, and many loved ones in heaven peacefully in her sleep at home.
Sunday graduated from Mifflin High School, and soon after, she worked as a home health aide and then later on pursued a career as a barber beautician for many years. She didn’t mind sharing her passion for the beauty industry with many family and friends. She was featured in the local Hilliard newspaper for her amazing talent as a barber beautician and gained recognition for it. There isn’t enough paragraph space, words, or time to describe my mother and her many attributes, but I’ll do my best to share a few currently at this time. To start, the words loyalty, honesty, love, and respect are what my mother stood for, and she would hold herself and those around her to them. She’d also be described as an amazing and caring mother to those in need, regardless of blood relations, as well as a cousin, aunt, and awesome friend. She’d do anything for those around her without question and would expect the same from those around her.
She’d always be described as the life of the party with her infectious and comedic personality and all-around good-hearted nature as a woman who loved to have good time whether it was by dancing, listening to music, driving around town, or indulging in long talks with both family and friends. I can’t count how the times I’d catch her having both heartfelt and funny conversations with her Sister Friends, Annette and Pam, on the phone. A few last things to describe my mother include her passion and joy for shopping for herself and others as well as helping those around her in need. It wouldn’t be right to end this without highlighting her for being a stylish woman with her unique style in both clothes and hairstyles as well as her taste in her signature long nails. To lastly say to my mom, I wouldn’t consider this a goodbye but the beginning of an unpredicted adventurous journey we both must experience separately. Give both Shonte and Lorard a giant hug and kiss for me. Forever Bear.
Sunday was preceded in death by her parents, Rosalee Gardner-Days and Clyde Days, Sr.; special cousin, Stephanie Days; eldest son, Lorard Almore; daughter, Zeonta Moore; and close
friend, Diane Jones.
She is survived by her youngest son, Guytress Clark II; bonus children, Derrick Johnson, Larrisha Ransom, Christian Ransom, and Antwyon Skipper; grandsons, Aden Cooper, Jakari Stapleton and Jayden Ransom; bonus mother, Delores Gordon; siblings, Kim Johnson, Scott Days, April Days, Tiffany Days, Clyde Days, and James Days; close friends, Joni and Cassandra; special Sister Friends, Annette Frazier and Pamela Perry; and she is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, godchildren, and many other relatives and friends.