1967 Daphne 2021

Daphne Lynn “Moosie” Steen Jalloh

July 29, 1967 — March 16, 2021

Daphne Lynn “Moosie” Steen Jalloh was born in Memphis Tennessee July 29, 1967 to the late Ms Peggy Jean Steen and Mr Earl Z. Rideout Jr. She grew up with her mom and six siblings. Moosie as she was often called enjoyed life and laughter. She often called you to get a good laugh or to hear a story for the day no matter if she had heard it before she laughed as if it was all new to her. She loved dancing and good music and David Ruffin in particular was her favorite! Daphne relocated to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 2000. To embark on a new life with her three boys. Later, she met and married Sulliman and to this union two girls were born. Moosie loved to spoil her children and was excited to be a grandmother. Daphne entered into eternal rest on March 16, 2021 at Integris Southwest Medical in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by her son Tvares Whop '' Steen and brother Sammie L. Steen. Daphne leaves to cherish her memories her husband Sulliman; sons, Anthony Steen, Senyoul Steen; daughters; Sierra Phillips, Solencia Jalloh: grandchildren; Anthony Steen Jr, Clair Steen, Senyoul Steen Jr, MarkAllan Steen; brothers Jeffery (Lucy-deceased) Steen, Fenton Steen; sisters; Lillian Johnson, Felita (Walter-deceased) Steen, Donesa (Robert) Steen Jackson; Special nieces and nephews; Damien, Latasha, Dontrell, Jessica, Jasmine, Jeffery Jr, Jimmica, Tricie, Jy’miah, J’Da; host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Daphne Lynn “Moosie” Steen Jalloh please visit our Sympathy Store.
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