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Zenota Alexandria Moore

January 16, 1978 — April 5, 2023

Zenota “Shontay” Alexandria Moore, 45, passed away peacefully at home on April 5, 2023.  Born in Columbus, Ohio on January 16, 1978, Zenota was the oldest & first born girl. She graduated from West High School and attended cosmetology school after. Shontay was a loving person with a servant’s heart and a passion for helping others, making them both look and feel good.  She also worked as a home health aide, where she was able to provide and care for others. Shontay briefly worked at The Ohio State University and loved all things Buckeyes!  She loved to laugh, had the biggest smile and was always the loudest person in the room! She also loved shopping, dancing, spending time with family, and cooking. Her vivacious and giving spirit will be missed by many.

Shontay is preceded in death by her father, Larry Ransom, and her brother, Lorard Almore. She leaves to to cherish her memory her loving mother, Sunday Days; brothers Guytress Clark II, Christensen Ransom and Antwyon Skipper; sister Larrisha Ransom; godmother Annette Frazier, godfather Eric Glenn; bonus children Romacio Welch and Jakhari Stapleton, and special cousin, Karen Days. Also left to cherish her memory are numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins & friends.

A private service will be held at the family’s request.  The family would like to thank Shaw-Davis for their sympathetic professionalism during this painful process.


By: Margaret Mead


To the living, I am gone,

To the sorrowful, I will never return,

To the angry, I was cheated,

But to the happy, I am at peace,

And to the faithful, I have never left.


I cannot speak, but I can listen.

I cannot be seen, but I can be heard.

So, as you stand upon a shore gazing at a beautiful sea,

As you look upon a flower and admire its simplicity,

Remember me.


Remember me in your heart:

Your thoughts, and your memories,

Of the times we loved,

The times we cried,

The times we fought,

The times we laughed.

For if you always think of me, I will never have gone.

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