Mazha Micole Reed
Sunrise – June 8, 1982
Sunset – June 11, 2022

Mazha Micole Reed born June 8, 1982 to her late parents Woodrow Reed, Jr. and Beverly Reed in Harbor City, California. Mazha attended public school in Chino Hills, California and graduated from Ayala High School in June 2000. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Science Degree and a Graduate Certificate of Completion in Life Coaching from Grand Canyon University.

At an early age Mazha professed her faith in Jesus Christ and attended Grant AME with her family, while attending various churches during her adult life while continuing her educational goals. She enjoyed all kinds of music, art especially of her favorite actress Marilyn Monroe, anything Winnie the Pooh, attending live concerts, along with watching classic and current movies, and reading. Mazha enjoyed spending time with her friends, their families and her closest trio. You know who you are.

Mazha held several jobs over her lifetime, until landing her perfect job as a college counselor at the University of Phoenix. She suffered with severe rheumatoid arthritis throughout her life resulting in hip surgery at an early age, two hand surgeries, and surgery on both feet and never complained.

She finally conquered her health challenges and purchased a home in Houston, Texas before her 40th birthday to be close to her cousins. Three days after celebrating her birthday she called her cousin Brian, stating she wasn’t feeling well. He rushed to her side and transported her to nearby Tomball Hospital where she was diagnosed with pneumonia. For a healthy person recovery would not be fatal.

On June 11, 2022, Mazha departed this life to join her parents, Woody and Beverly. She leaves to cherish her memory: Garrett LaMont Antonio Reed (brother), Woodrow Reed, Sr. (grandfather), Shielda Jenkins (aunt), Brian McCall, (cousin), and a host of friends and relatives.

Service Information

Friday, June 17, 2022
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Forest Lawn Funeral Home
8706 Almeda Genoa Rd.
Houston, TX 77075

1 Comment

  1. Dale C Bancroft on June 20, 2022 at 11:47 am

    So sorry for your loss. I knew Mazha briefly, but realized she had such a beautiful spirit, and privileged to have met her.