Malaya Alise PetersonJuly 11, 2006 ~ April 28, 2017 (age 10)
It is with very very profound sadness, that Southern Memorial Funeral Home of Eufaula Ala, sadly announces the passing of Ms. Malaya Alise Peterson 10, of Eufaula Alabama. Ms. Peterson a angel of God made her transition to be with her Lord and savior. In a automobile accident. We ask that you please keep the Frost family in your prayers as they travel through this difficult time. Southern Memorial is in charge of arrangements. The Ones Who Truly Care! When Only The Best Will Do.On Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 12:31 p.m., God opened the gates of Heaven and released one of his most precious angels, Malaya Alise (“Kitty”) Peterson to Karen Frost and Willie Peterson.
As the years went by Malaya grew to become a beautiful, humble, and caring child who met no strangers. She attended Eufaula Primary School from 2010 – 2013. She transferred to Abbeville Elementary school and attended there from 2013 – 2016. She moved back to Eufaula, Al and attended Eufaula Elementary School until her untimely death.
Malaya loved school. She was an Honor Roll student, received numerous awards, and maintained Perfect Conduct; she never received a demerit. She served as a cheerleader for the Abbeville Pee-Wee Association, Chair and Secretary of the 4-H Club.
Malaya’s dream was to become a Pediatrician for the less fortunate children in other countries. She wanted to offer her services free of charge. She loved to do experiments with projects, dancing, playing with her Pet Bunny, Lola, spending quality time with her sister, Malaysia, and playing dress-up in her Mom’s heels.
Malaya was wise enough to choose the Lord as her Personal Savior where she attended the Faith Worship Church. Malaya was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother, Patricia Peterson.
On Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10:23 p.m., God re-opened the gates of Heaven and congratulated Malaya for a job well done above perfection. He told her, her work was complete here on earth and that he had a very important chore list for her in Heaven and needed for her to come home. She said, “But Father, I do not want to leave my loved ones all alone.” He then said to her, “My child, don’t forget what I have Promised.” She then thought for a minute and said, “You promised that you will never leave us nor forsake us.” “That’s right”, he said! So, he took her by the hand and together they entered the Promised Land.The moral of this true story is, if you obey God and do as you are told, you too can be like Malaya and walk the streets of Gold. She will always be missed and will always be loved. So, remember when you look up Malaya will be smiling from above.
Malaya leaves to cherish her memory her parents, Karen Frost (Trashunda McNair) and Willie Peterson; a devoted sister, Malaysia Elise Hill; half brothers and sister, Dedrick King, Gavin Ware, and Zikeya Webb; Grandparents, Johnny (Betty) Butler, and Willie F Ceaser; Aunts, Sharon (Cornelius) Williams and Theresa Dunn; Devoted Aunts, Nicole Hollins and Alma (Oreo) Johnson; Uncles, Edmond Frost, Johnny Frost, Daryl (Sierra) Frost, Willie Granger, Keon Granger and Rione Granger; God-Parents, Vernice Jones and Eula M. Anderson; Special Friends, Destiny Dowdell, Shirleya Walker, Ethan Danzey, I’Yhan Anderson and Antron Mitchell; and a host of other Uncles, Aunts, Cousins and friends.