Asia Marie Broxton, a beacon of light and a reservoir of love, was born on June 11, 1998, in Marianna, Florida, and passed away on August 15, 2023, in Graceville, Florida. Her life was a testament to the power of love and the human spirit, and her legacy will continue to inspire all who knew her.
Asia was the embodiment of gentleness. Her heart was filled with kindness and her spirit was as serene as a gentle breeze on a warm summer’s day. She was an oasis of calm in a chaotic world, always ready with a comforting word or a soothing touch. She was a young lady who truly understood the power of gentleness, and she used it to create a space where everyone felt loved and cherished.
Born to Angie Nicole Broxton; She is survived by her mother and sister to LaToya Broxton. Asia was the cornerstone of a loving family. Her uncles Derrick, Steve, David Broxton, Larry George, and Ivory Long, along with numerous great aunts, uncles, cousins, and a host of other relatives and friends, were recipients of her boundless love and generosity. She was a beacon of light in their lives, a source of joy and inspiration.
Asia’s love for learning was evident in her educational journey through the Jackson County School District.
Asia was more than just a loving, gentle, spirited individual. She was a force of nature, a young lady who radiated positivity and love. She was a woman who understood the power of a kind word, a gentle touch, and a loving heart. She was a woman who believed in the power of the human spirit and used her spirit to spread love and positivity wherever she went.
Asia’s passing leaves a void that can never be filled. But her spirit, her love, her gentleness will continue to live on in the hearts of everyone who knew her. Her life was a testament to the power of love and the human spirit, and her legacy will continue to inspire all who knew her.
Asia Marie Broxton, you were a beacon of light in a world that often seems dark. You were a reservoir of love in a world that often seems cold. You were a testament to the power of the human spirit. Your legacy will live on, and your spirit will continue to inspire us all. Your life was a gift to us all, and we will forever be grateful for the time we had with you.
A celebration of life will begin at 3:00 in the afternoon at Salem African Methodist Episcopal Church, 5429 Browntown Road, Graceville, Florida under the directions of Christian Memorial Chapel of Graceville, Florida.