Sherene Walema and Tatum Meins Death – Lee Williams High School student-athletes Sherene Walema and Tatum Meins has sadly passed away. They died on Wednesday after being involved in a deadly car accident that also left three other injured and transported to Sunrise Medical Center. The three who were hurt has ben named as Brady Shuffler, Reilly Feil and Cannon Cobanovich. According to report Tatum Meins recently signed a scholarship agreement to play softball in college.
What was the cause of the accident?
It was disclosed that speed was a component of attention in the investigation of the 9:50 p.m. single car rollover that occurred in the 3500 block of Louise Avenue. The statement was made by the Deputy Chief of the Kingman Police Department, Joel Freed. Both Sherene and Tatum were praised by their circle of acquaintances for being stunning individuals who put the happiness of others ahead of their own and went to extraordinary lengths to do so.
Sherene was a freshman in high school and she was 15 years old. She had a personality that was kind, compassionate, hilarious, and full of so much joy. She was so passionate about playing softball that she even made it onto the varsity team while she was just a freshman. Because that was who she was, she never skipped out on spending quality time with her family and friends, and you could always count on her to make you laugh no matter what.
Devon Cutshaw organized a GoFundMe account on behalf families of those involved in the deadly car accident that took place on Thursday 13th April 2023 with the intention of raising funds to support the medical of those in the hospital and funeral expenses of those that lost their lives. The goal of the account was to raise the sum of $75,000 but as of the time of this report the sum of $46,298 has been raise with the help of 320 individuals.
A statement from the fundraiser says “with the heaviest heart we ask for your PRAYERS for the families and friends involved in the horrific car accident last night that took the lives of 2 Lee Williams High School students and 3 others who need the power of prayer to recover. Our hearts are broken for our town and our people. Any funds raised will be dispersed between the families to help with anything they might need”.
Sherene Walema’s obituary will be released by the family
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