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Celebration of Life Dominique LeChelle Kirvin

On October 23, 1984; an angel was born, Dominique Le’chelle Kirvin at University Medical Center in Seattle, WA to Michelle Brown Jackson and Claude Donald Kirvin, Sr.

Dominique passed away peacefully at the age of 37, in her home on February 13, 2022.

In Dominique’s younger years she had the pleasure of living in Phoenix, AZ with her great-grandparents where she attended Martin Luther King, Jr Elementary and Benjamin Brook Academy. Dominique later moved back to her hometown of Seattle, where she developed a strong passion for cooking, in which, she specialized in “extravagant foods.” This passion led Dominique to enroll in Fair Start Academy, where she graduated at the top of her class with a Culinary Arts Degree in 2016.

Dominique has many other talents such as singing and drawing. She also loved to dance, she taught her siblings and cousins all the latest dance moves. In addition, she knew how to design clothes. One of her many dreams was to become a professional clothing designer.

However, Dominique’s greatest blessing was the birth of her only child, her son, SincereIsaiah MyKing Claude Kirvin, whom she thought the world of and loved beyond measures.

Dominique was very strong and resilient, with a beautiful smile. She always had a lot to say, was gifted at ensuring she had your attention and that you were listening to whatever she was saying.

Dominique was the oldest of all her siblings and she will be truly missed and never forgotten. Dominique leaves to cherish her memories, her mother, Michelle Brown Jackson (Jerome); her father, Claude Donald Kirvin, Sr (Bridget); son, SincereIsaiah, her brothers, Eugene, Ronald, Isra-el, Derek, Claude,Jr., Suntray, Shannon Jr. (Maria), Jerome Jr., sisters, L’Shanaye, Jessica, Sinatra, Shantia, Kisawna; Grandfather, Omar Brown, Aunts, Leasha, Donna, Evelyn; Uncles, Blake and Charles, and host of nieces, nephews, relatives, extended family and friends.

Dominique is preceded in death by her Great-grandparents, Evelyn T. Flowers and Corinthian Smith; Grandmothers, Ruby L. Kirvin, Frances Lewis, Grandfather, Charlie Kirvin, Aunt Tira Flowers and Uncle Michael Brown.