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Shamaya Lynn biography: 13 things about Altamonte Springs, Florida woman


Shamaya Shanté Lynn was an African-American woman from Florida, United States. She loved to cook, a skill she learned from her grandfather Philbert Davis.

Lynn was born in Miami, Florida. Here are 13 more things about her:


  1. She was the third oldest of Adrain Lynn and Alicia Davis‘s children. (a)
  2. She is Tiambe Lynn, Zechiria Lynn and Timaya Johnson‘s sister and Vincent Avery Jr., Jalyn Armsrong and Jaiya Armstrong‘s sister-in-law. (a)
  3. She was La’Carvia Lowry‘s stepdaughter. (a)
  4. She was Vincent Avery‘s step daughter-in-law and Linda Bellamy‘s daughter-in-law. (a)
  5. She began her formal education at Charles R. Drew Elementary School in Miami. (a)
  6. She was in a relationship with Veondre Marquez Avery. (b)
  7. She and Veondre have two children together. (a)(b)
  8. She lived in the Oaks of Spring Valley Apartments in Altamonte Springs, Seminole County, Florida with Avery and their children. (b)
  9. She was one year younger than Avery. (b)
  10. In 2008, she moved to Orlando, Orange County, Florida with her mother and siblings. (a)
  11. In 2019, she received her high school diploma and gave birth to Veondre Avery Jr. She previously worked for Checkers Restaurant. After giving birth to her second child Royale Avery, she was employed by the New Balance Shoe Company, which allowed her to work from home. (a)(b)
  12. On August 11, 2021, Veondre Sr. was out of the home when one of their two children found his father’s loaded and unsecured firearm in the child’s Paw Patrol backpack on the floor of their bedroom. The child fired a single shot, striking her in the head while she was on a Zoom video conference call with her co-workers. One of the co-workers called 911 and when Altamonte Springs Police Department officers arrived at the apartment, they found Avery performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on her. She was pronounced dead at the scene. (b)
  13. She died at the age of 21. She was preceded in death by her siblings La’Chaiah Lowry and Lacarvia Lowry, Jr. (a)


Veondre Avery (©Seminole County Jail)
Veondre Avery (©Seminole County Jail)


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