On the blistering cold winter night of February 9, 1970, she made a strong entrance into this world. Born to Hornell H. Hearn Sr. and Evelyn Beasley was Tharonsica Tarayawn Hearn, ready to conquer the world. That same strength was maintained throughout her life. Ronsi was a trooper, a strong-willed and compassionate woman who said what was on her mind. She was unassuming and fiercely determined to be independent.
Her early education crossed several states and culminated with receiving a Certificate of Completion from San Pedro High School in San Pedro, CA. She furthered her education at various adult occupational centers in Los Angeles, CA culminating with Certifications in Retail Sales and Animal Grooming. As a young adult she attended Exceptional Children's Foundation Art Center in California where she was distinguished as a Client Success. This remains in history archives at the foundation.
Tharonsica confessed Christ as her Savior and Lord and was baptized in her early teen years in Carson, CA.
Tharonsica enjoyed being with family and friends. She participated in March of Dimes walk-a-thons for many years. Her love for animals became more apparent when she visited the family ranch in Louisiana. She loved her horses Sonny and Shugga Baby and her cow named after her. Ronsi was particularly fond of her handicapped cat, Scooter. Their bond was priceless.
She loved reading and had great interest in Autobiographies. She would spend many hours at the local libraries and bookstores. She could ride public transportation to wherever she felt like going and had the bus routes impressively memorized. Past time interest included watching wrestling, comedy sitcoms, cooking shows and writing down recipes (seldomly preparing them). She had a passion for traveling with her Mom. Travels included Hawaii, Jamaica, the Caribbean Islands, New York, and multiple other states.
Her beautiful spirit & smile radiated happiness towards everyone she met. She leaves to cherish her memories: Her Mother, Evelyn Pitre; Second Father, Paul Pitre; Brother, Hornell Hearn Jr.; Sister-in-law, Shannon Hearn; Nephews: Cayden & Caleb Hearn; Niece, Sierra Wilkinson; Uncles: Charles Hearn Jr. (Sherry); Jesse Beasley (Verna); John Beasley; Robert Beasley (Sirnollia); Edward Beasley; Great Uncle and Richard "Uncle Buddy" Byrd; Aunts: Etta Kay Hearn, Gloria Young (Jesse), Laura Simmons; and a host of cousins, family members and friends.
She was preceded in death by her Father, Hornell H. Hearn, Sr., Grandparents: Charles & Laura Hearn, Sr. and Andrew & Greta Beasley.
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