We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Davis Funeral Home, LLC
Celebrate the life of Cashanta "Shady Lady" Hinkle, a young woman full of life, power, knowledge, laughs and big smiles. She was well known and respected to the upmost. To love her or to befriend her, you has to know she was one of a kind. A woman who knew God and had morals.
Cashanta Maria Hinkle was born March 7, 1973 in Montgomery, Alabama to Ms. Fannie H. McCall.
She confessed Christ at an early age and united with the New Life Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Wilbert Milner. She was a former student at Sidney Lanier High School.
She departed her life September 5, 2022 in Montgomery, Alabama.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Ladreama S. Jordan; son, Kevin Hinkle; granddaughter, KéNyla Hinkle; grandparents, Leana Rudolph & Woodson Hinkle, Sr. and Welthie Wells.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories, a devoted daughter, Kelsi D. Dorsey; devoted nephew, Kenneth Jordan; two (2) grandsons, Jarceon Banks, Jr. and Jaderik Gibson; a devoted mother, Fannie H. McCall; a devoted father, Junior Wells; five (5) brothers: Anthony (DéNita) Ford, Atari Jordan, Kawaski and Rodrigius Poole and Meldon Capurs; two (2) sisters: Yumekeea Jones and Cheyanne Watts; six (6) nephews: Justin, Demetrice, Atari, DéKevin, DéAnthony and LåWoodson; three (3) nieces: Shametrice, Audriana and Antonique; devoted aunties: Olean Holifield, Evla Long, Mary Thomas (Otis), Barbara Smith, Shirley Williams (Willie), and Edith Griffin (James); devoted uncles: Henry Hinkle, Dan (Earnestine) Hinkle, Wilson (Sheila) Hinkle and Horace Hinkle; a great nephew, Kingston; best friends: LaWilda Sullen, Valerie Howard, Demetrius Williams, Melisa Walters, Tasha Rudolph (Clarence), Debra Mills (Willie), Tiffany London, Alexia Stangline and "B"; a host of cousins and friends.