We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at J H Robinson Funeral Home - Wagener
Lonjamhel Kitchings born on August 17, 1984, to the late Lonnie and Juanita Davis Kitchings. Ms. Kitchings was a loving, extremely intelligent and very outgoing person who loved to help others if she could. God called Ms.Kitchings on December 16, 2021, where she joined her beloved parents.
Lonjamhel attended A-L Corbett Middle School where she joined band class and became a flute player. Once Ms. Kitchings reached Wagener-Salley High School she joined the Marching Band to continue playing the flute. While In High School she was also a part of a summer reading program and a tutor program where she helped others with their schoolwork. She graduated from Wagener-Salley High School and later obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Communications from USC of Aiken. She later became a Co-Founder of Girls in Grace.
Ms.Kitchings was a proud faithful member of the Saron Baptist church. She was a part of the Kitchen Committee, and she also served as a choir director of the youth for a year. She was a choir member from her late teenage years up until her health started to decline.
She preceded to death by her parents Lonnie and Juanita Davis. She was survived by her 2 loving sisters Nytia D. Kitchings (Wagener), RaJundra B. Kitchings (Columbia), 1 niece Karina D. Lawrence (Wagener), God Brothers Trevor Ashford (Columbia), Xavier Keitt, Arnold Davenport, Antwan Davenport, Wendell Davis, Daryll Davis God Parents Charles, and Gloria Davenport, four aunts Dorothy Martin, Vernell (Elvie) McDowell, Sandra (Anthony) Simpkins, Mablean (Rev. Patrick ) Wise, three uncles James Williams, Melvin (Connie) Davis, Leonard Davis 1 aunt Mary Frances Richardson and her great aunt Katherine Johnson and a host of friends who dearly loved her.