Kisha Flanigan aka Kisha Fields-Flanigan unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, June 7, 2023. Family, friends, and loved ones have paid tribute to Kisha across social media. Kisha was an educator and a resident of Mississippi. She died at the age of 31.
Kentesa Linn a former student of Velma Jackson High School announced the passing of Kisha Flanigan on Wednesday;
Girl… I’m just at a lost for words. You hurt me so bad with this one. You were like a second mom to me. Everybody knew that you were my girl and you took me under your wing as if I was your own… you have been here for me from day one of meeting me at Velma Jackson High School… anything I needed, you made sure I had/got it. Even after high school you made sure you kept me in check as a mother would do. I thank Karter so much for sharing you with me. This hurt me so so bad. I love you and wish I could give you one last long hug… I literally had just picked you up from the airport… we were supposed to hangout tomorrow… Lord this hurt me. I love you sweet Angel. Forever my Angel. Love your Tesa. Kisha Fields-Flanigan
Kisha Fields-Flanigan passed away before daybreak on Wednesday morning. Kisha is the wife of their middle son Jason (Buck) Flanigan, head coach at Holmes College in Goodman, MS. She leaves her husband and son Karter (7).
Lisa Marnae wrote, “Karter, your mother loved you with everything she had more! Jason, her dear husband, I pray GOD gives you&your family comfort and peace during this difficult time! Kisha, rest peacefully Soror Sending my deepest love and condolences to Kisha Fields-Flanigan’s family. Still speechless.”
Ala Flenory said, “I ask the prayers for my friends and Yerger Museum Chairperson, Joan, and Al Flanigan on the death of their daughter-in-law Kisha Fields-Flanigan who passed away before daybreak this morning. Kisha is the wife of their middle son Jason (Buck) Flanigan, head coach at Holmes College in Goodman, MS. She leaves her husband and son Karter (7). Please join me in prayer for this family and her mother in Memphis, TN, and families. Rest in love Kisha, til we meet again!”