Xaveria D. Dallas

October 11, 1975 ~ September 6, 2020 (age 44)


Xaveria D. Dallas was 44 years old at sunset, September 6, 2020, now resting and at peace. She was born October 11, 1975 in Elizabeth New Jersey at Elizabeth General Hospital to Adrienne E. Smith and Clyde O. Dallas Jr.

She attended George Washington High School in Danville, Virginia and received her diploma in 1996, then attended National Business College to study law. She wanted to be a judge.

Xaveria wanted children, but learned she could not due to her illness. She cared for the children of others, and treated them as her own.

She loved the Dallas Cowboys , mostly because of her last name and she believed them to be the greatest football team.

Xaveria liked shopping , mostly for children. She loved to cook, read and correct someone that was wrong, but she was also caring , loving and sometimes busy, but that was Xaveria.

She wanted to marry, but she never found the "right one", she would say.

She was also known as "Mookie" --a name given to her as a one-year-old. She was went by "Cookie" and "Sneezly" by her father when she was a baby.

Xaviera is survived by her mother, Adrienne E. Arrington of Campbell Ohio; Brothers Andrew E. Smith of Youngstown Ohio and Andre Nash of Richmond Virginia; Nieces Anessa, Aria and Nadia; Nephew Andrew E. Smith Jr.; Grandmother Evelyn J. Smith; Five Aunts and One Uncle.

Xavieria was preceded in death by her father Clyde O. Dallas; her fraternal grandparents, Clyde Sr. / Ruth Dallas; her paternal grandfather Lloyd Smith for whom she loved dearly and  Uncle Erick L. Smith.

Xaviera will be sorely missed and forever loved. May she now rest peacefully.

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