Sponsored by Derek & Broyny Vitatoe
“Leaving a legacy indeed for years to come, Sister Betty Muhammad hails from Lousianna and has been a Godsend to all that she encounters. A teacher, writer, mother, sister, friend, aunt, wife, and more, Sister Betty is a graduate of Southern University, where she graduated and became the first in a large family to pursue and achieve a post secondary education. Upon graduating, Sister Betty committed herself to service as a school teacher, where she impacted hundreds of lives for more than 30 years. Balancing work and home, Sister Betty raised two exceptional boys, Derek and Jamon, who are both fathers, family men, and successful in their chosen fields. With all the wonderful qualities possessed by Sister Betty, it is her warm heart and motherly-love that puts smiles on faces of her family and friends. Now retired, Sister Betty continues to teach and uplift individuals with her immense knowledge and experiences. She is heavily involved in numerous organizations, educating and being of service -- which is her everlasting gift to her people.”
Elizabeth Barron Walls
Sponsored by Maalikah Muhammad
“Elizabeth Barron Walls was the fourth of five daughters reared in rural Mississippi. With eleven children, she devoted her life to ensuring that they were reared in a God and “parent” fearing environment with respect for others, especially adults and the elderly. However humble her origin, she instilled in her children and grandchildren an innate thirst for excellence, achievement and community service. Their accomplishments include graduating from college as well as graduate and professional schools. Among the eleven are three attorneys, educators, business people and corporate managers as well as a multi-site restaurant owner and entrepreneur. This is proof there is no substitute for good home training. She was affectionately called “Mother” by most of her children’s friends and acquaintances. Gone from here but never forgotten, she will forever live in our hearts!”
Gloria Frasier(mother), Glenda D Frasier-McGee(Sister
Sponsored by Marva V Muhammad
Gloria Frasier, truly a classy woman of quiet strength and generosity with a deep faith in God. She had an eagle eye for detail with business sense. Above all she was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother. Glenda D Frasier-McGee, was an esteemed and passionate educator and civic leader. Her life’s mission of youth empowerment in her hometown, Englewood, NJ was accented by the loving, maternal bonds she developed with her students, who she affectionately called her “children". Glenda was a devoted wife, daughter, sister and God-mother. May Allah be pleased with my Mom, Gloria Frasier and my Sister, Glenda Frasier-McGee.
Sis. Khalidah Shaheed Muhammad, Sis. Lonora Muhammad, Sis. Safiyyah Iman Shaheed Muhammad
Sponsored by Bro. Jahleel Muhammad
To The 3 most Important Women in my Life, My Wife(Sis.Khalidah), My Mother(Sis. Lonora) and my only Daughter (Safiyyah). I thank Allah for allowing me the opportunity to be in your lives! I am a grateful Husband, son & father to these amazing, beautiful women. May Allah preserve you all and that your examples of Virtue and Femininity in the echelon of history of our Nation and world! Thank you All for growing me into the man I am today I’ve learned and am learning many lessons and I know that Allah has much more for me to learn.