Quashai C. Harrison was born on August 3, 1993 in Dade City, Florida to the Late Tier R. Giles and Derrick Harrison. Quashai was affectionately known as "Quap" or "Cupcake" to her family and friends. Quashai attended schools in the Pasco County School district. Quashai spent most of her adult life working in the Culinary Department at Heartland of Zephyrhills where she had a true passion for cooking and preparing food items for the residents there. She recently started working in the cafeteria of Henderson Hammock Charter School in Tampa, Florida. Quashai often stated that cooking for those who needed her was her calling from God. Quashai enjoyed Bible study and fellowship with Minister Greg and Carlotta Mathis. She had a love for music, drawing, watching vampire films, having dinners with her great aunt, Evelyn, and spending time with her grandma, Carolyn who she affectionately referred to as "her drammahh". She is preceded in death by her mother, Tier Giles; and grandmother, Luvenia Harrison. Quashai was called home to rest on the early morning of January 28, 2021. She is survived by her grandmother, Carolyn Gibson (Johnnie), her father, Derrick Harrison (Shawana); siblings, Shatierra Giles, Shekeva Giles, Kiara Harrison, Tashara Giles (Hakeem), Derrionte Harrison, sister/guardian, Ashley Giles, Ty'Vonteis Harrison (Aleesha), Derrick Harrison II, Davarious Harrison, Derricka Harrison, Desmond Harrison, Jaquanne Harrison, Josiah Harrison, Omarion Harrison, Aniya Harrison, Jemyra Felder, Jamall Tellis, and Marktwan Pulley; uncles, Booker Robinson III, Alexander Tillman; aunts, Lashandra Banks, and Amber Smith; favorite aunt, Maya Giles; favorite niece, Yoneaj Peyton "Girl"; favorite cousins, Ya'mauri Morrell "Puntua" and Zion Young; favorite great aunt, Evelyn Church; best friends, Amber Burkett and Sonia Williams; close friends, Traci Tucker; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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