Taneisha grew up in the Kansas City area and graduated from North Kansas City High School in 2005. Her interests were simple. She loved being around people. Whether that was through fellowship with friends, or deep belly laughs with family, she just wanted joy in her life.
She loved the mountains in Colorado and enjoyed traveling. As an adult, she was an Uber driver in the latter part of her career. Before that, she obtained her cosmetology license and worked as a stylist. She loved doing hair and makeup. She loved beauty. She was beauty.
Taneisha had the talent and personality that would allow her to succeed in any profession. Her talent for “the arts”, led beyond the scope of employment, and was most certainly revealed in her personal life. She was a talented singer, songwriter, producer, and performer. She could also make a mean pot of greens! Taneisha also had a passion for heat. Whether it was making hot tracks, or spicy dishes, she was all about it. In fact, she put hot sauce on EVERYTHING!
We will miss our beloved T.T. girly with her hair so curly!
Survived by her mother, Bren Stimson of Blue Springs, MO; father, Tony Cooper and his wife Laurie of Westminster, CO; her sons, Giovanni Jennings of Grandview, MO, Miliano Vega of Kansas City, MO; brothers, Joshua Cooper and his wife Amber of Lee’s Summit, MO, Justin Cooper and his wife Brooke of Blue Springs, MO; nephews, Marius Cooper of Blue Springs, MO, Camden Cooper of Lee’s Summit, MO; nieces, Olivia Long of Lee’s Summit, MO, Ariahna Cooper of Blue Springs, MO.
A memorial service celebrating Taneisha’s life will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 3, 2022, at Meyers Funeral Chapel, 1600 W. Main St, Blue Springs, MO. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. Memories of Taneisha and words of comfort for her family may be shared at meyersfuneralchapel.com.