Tameko Lawand Barham

Born: Tue., Feb. 17, 1976
Died: Fri., Jan. 18, 2019


Visitation

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Journey Church


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Sat., Feb. 02, 2019
Location: Journey Church


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Tameko Lawand Barham suddenly departed her life on January 18, 2019 in Federalsburg, MD. She was born on February 17, 1976 to Kenneth Moses and Lavern Barham Moses in Cambridge, MD. She was 42 years old.
Tameko graduated in the class of 1994 from North Dorchester High School.  She was employed by The  Chesapeake Center in Easton, MD. Tameko had a passion for culinary and was a great cook.  She loved preparing great meals for her family, friends, and clients at work.
Tameko leaves to mourn her passing, her loving parents; Lavern Barham Moses and Kenneth Moses, her two sons; Javonte and Jerel Holland, one brother; Andre’ Barham, Sr. (Kimolyn) of Vienna, MD, a god-sister; Ashaki Johnson (SC), one niece; Sytira Barham, one nephew; Andre’ Barham Jr., one grandmother; Vina Moses of Cambridge, MD, and one grandfather; James Barham of Hurlock, MD, three aunts; Lucretia Johnson (SC), Sharon Moses of Cambridge, MD, Teresa Barham of Federalsburg, MD, Shirley Craven of Hurlock, MD, one great uncle; Carl Barham (Delores) of Columbia, MD, three uncles; George Wright of Hurlock, MD, Gary Barham Sr. of New Jersey, Lamonte Barham Sr. of Salisbury, MD and a plentiful host of cousins and friends.
Tameko was preceded in death by a grandmother, Gladys Barham, a grandfather, John Bird and a special godfather, Gerald Aldridge.
Tameko was a loving daughter, mother, sister and aunt who loved her family deeply.  She loved to gather with family and share her love of food through cooking and laughter.

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Claretha Williams
   Posted Sun January 27, 2019
I wish to send my condolence to the Barham and Moses family during the time of loss I pray God gives you the strength that you need to carry on that he build a fence all around you all and keep you safe in Jesus name amen

Wykeia Wilson
   Posted Sun January 27, 2019
My prayers are with the family, praying for strength, praying for peace for all her close loved ones. I’m so sorry for y’all lost she was a great person with a great heart! May she RIP ❤️Wykeia

Cherie Messick
   Posted Mon January 28, 2019
I worked with Tameka at the Chesapeake Center. She helped train me and showed me lots of cooking tips. We became friends and worked really well together. Her family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you during this time. Love Cherie Messick

Joyce Rosse
   Posted Mon January 28, 2019
Praying that God will give the family strength to go through in your time of sorrow. God will give you peace in the middle of the storm.

Almira I Hubbard
   Posted Mon January 28, 2019
To the family, you have my deepest sympathy at this difficult time and my prayers are with your entire family! God will see you through!

Sylvia Bolden
   Posted Tue January 29, 2019
To the Barham and Moses family our condolence to all of you. Death is not a easy pill to swallow but just trust and believe in God and he will see you through it all. "One Day At A Time"

Sylvia, Lynn, Britt and Tee

Chakiera Williams and Family
   Posted Tue January 29, 2019
I would like to Express my deepest sympathy to your family. We are sending our love and prayers. There are never often the words to Express the way you feel. I do know with love and prayers will get you through this. Sending my thoughts and prayers to you all. To the children just know as you try to heel heaven has gained a loving angel.

ARLETTA PITT
   Posted Tue January 29, 2019
I pray for each one of you that God will continue to give you the added strength that you need. I pray that God will give you all exactly what you need to make it through this horrific time. God makes no mistakes as to who He chooses to take from us. We all must be ready for the time not known to any of us that He will be ready for us. I love all of you. I've known you all for more than half of my life and I'm here for you if you need me for anything. I hope you know that with a sincere heart

J Bolden
   Posted Wed January 30, 2019
With my sincere sympathy to your family; May your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to the family. Please be strengthened from (Isaiah 61:1,2) our God Jehovha "binds up the broken-hearted and comforts all who mourn"

Angela Chester
   Posted Wed January 30, 2019
To the family,
My prayers are wish you and my heart is heavy. I got to know Tameko through work at the Chesapeake Center. She and I worked in the house together. She was a real joy. She truly loved her sons whom she spoke of a lot. Stay strong and remember that she is in a better place and looking down on you all.

O.Jones
   Posted Thu January 31, 2019
I would to send my condolences to the family for the death of your loved one.This is a time that no one welcomes.I did not know her personally ,but i knew the family very well. [James,Gladys and Carl].At times we can not find the right words to say,but the Bible can say it better than we can[ John 11:25] .We all look forward to that promise from God.

Ronnell thompson
   Posted Fri February 01, 2019
to the barham family,heard wonderful things about tameko. didn't know her. how proud you should be of her. prayers and thoughts are with you.

Tia Collins
   Posted Fri February 01, 2019

Dish Garden with Fresh Flowers was sent by Tia Collins.

Sorry for your loss. Tia Collins and Family Valerie Ellis and Family


Maureen Newcomb
   Posted Fri February 01, 2019
My condolence to the family.I pray that God give all of you the strength to go through this difficult time.

AnIssa Robinson
   Posted Fri February 01, 2019
To the family, I'm so sorry for you'll loss. We always called each other sis. Working at the group center for boys we used to take walks down the road calling ourselves exercising. Lol. Always was in competition with what we cooked and who cooked it better. Lol. Even tho I didn't get to see you that much anymore, we still knew the love was real. Rip Sis and know you'll never be forgotten. Tears.

Eddie Malone
   Posted Sat February 02, 2019
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