Naheem Hogans-Henderson


Second Baptist Church 110 Rev. Dr. Isaac S. Cole Plaza, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010, 09:00 am - 11:00 am


Second Baptist Church 110 Rev. Dr. Isaac S. Cole Plaza, Atlantic City NJ US 08401 Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010, 11:00 am


Atlantic City Cemetery Pleasantville NJ US 08232 Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010, 1:00 pm

Obituary of Naheem Shamir Hogans-Henderson

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Naheem Shamir Hogans-Henderson, the boy fondly called "Heem," was born to Michelle Hogans and Robert Henderson. HE was their dream child, and came into this world as a beautiful dream. His life began on the 20th of August in 1986 in the Atlantic City Medical Center, Atlantic City. Sadly his life ended on the 2nd day of October 2010 in the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center - City Campus. Naheem was a devoted Muslin and was a member of Masjid Muhammad. He participated in daily activities including prayers, lectures and classes. He seemed most at peace when speaking of his lord, Allah, the Most Gracious, Most Merciful. Because of this love for his lord, he earned the name "Professor." The Professor would try to teach everyone the word and love of Allah -- everyone who was willing or not. Heem learned many things at school. He excelled to the best of his ability at Indiana Avenue School, Albany Avenue School, Central Junior High School and Atlantic City High School from where he graduated with the Class of 2004. He was lastly employed as a porter at the Royal Suites Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Galloway. Heem loved participating in variety of activities including: being a professional BMX Mongoose Bike Racer; riding dirt bikes; playing football and basketball; doing any activities on the computer, drawing, writing, speaking, lecturing and playing the drums. He was an original member of the School House Stomp Steppers Drill Team. He was a family man and was looked up to by many in his community both young and old. He was a one in a million young man, who still believed in respect for his elders and protecting his family's values. Heem was a very loving person and will be most remembered for grabbing you by the face and kissing you on the lips just to tell you that he loved you. He loved his children and enjoyed spending time with them and his nephews. It was his greatest past time, next to spending time at the Masjid. He was pre-deceased by: his grandparents, Willie Barkley, Evelyn and Paul Henderson; and uncles, James and Andre Henderson. Naheem is and always will be missed by: his parents, Michelle Hogans, Robert Henderson, and father figure, Michael Seney; grandparents, Rebecca and Lawrence Gaines; two sons, Nazeem and Muhammed Henderson; companion, Areisha Moore; three sisters, Naheemah Hogans, Jazmine Seney, and Nasheemah Alexander; brother, Shamir Henderson; nephews, Robert Curry, Nadre Hogans, and Rah'sim Alexander; aunts, Tina Hogans (Jim), Nadine (Jerry) Snow, Christal (Larry) Snow, Charlotta Muhammad, Kim, Flora and Latasha Henderson; uncles, Kevin and Willie hogans, Paul and Christopher Henderson; great-aunts, Rachel (Lindsey) Dean, Laura (George) Powell, Mary (Paul) James, Josphine (Sam) Freeman, Naima (Abdul-Aziz) Ali and Halima (Zaire) Muhammad; great-uncle, Luffee (Latifah) Muhammad; three special cousins, Mahagany and Niambi Hogans and James Gould; two godsisters, Brittany Walden and Jordan Brown; godbrother, Christopher Brown; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. Loving Submitted, The Family
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