Eileen Nelson, AKA The Queen, passed away on Tuesday, December 7th at 1:31pm at The New York Presbyterian Hospital in the upper west side of Harlem, New York. She was just 61 years young.
She is survived by her fiancé: Ali Bray; her children: Leo, Nicole, Tameka, Tyrone, Darwin and Cory; her grandchildren: Leo, Leah, Laheem, Nayasia, Kiyanna, Shawn, Mahogany, Charmaine, Cha’Mari, Sky, Nicholas, Tamia, Ryan, Bria,
Micah, Jayce, Tyrone, Nasir, Aaliyah, Xavier, Taylin, Angel, Amir, Jabari, Logan and Taj; and her sisters: Joyce, Jacqueline and Denise. She also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, in-laws etc.
She is preceded in death by her grandmother, Anna Mae Stanley; mother, Ann Ruth Stanley; father, Daniel Wright; Sister, Edythe Wright-Kearney; Aunt, Gloria; nephew Detective Antoin Malloy; and great-nephew, Travis Malloy II.
Born to Daniel Norman Wright and Ann Ruth Stanley on July 8th,1960 at Queens General Hospital in Queens, New York, Eileen Wright Malloy was destined for greatness. Some of her accomplishments include graduating Springfield High School and enlisting in the Army, where she completed basic training and served our country.
Changing career paths, she enrolled into York College, where she received her Associate’s degree in Nursing. After graduating York College, she held several jobs in the healthcare field, including working at Harlem Hospital, Metropolitan
Hospital, and several nursing homes. Her most memorable job was in the Pediatrics department at Metropolitan Hospital. She took pride in working with children and helping to nurse them back to good health.
Eileen is best known for being outspoken. She had an amazing sense of humor, lighting up every room that she entered. She recently got into learning about Jehovah and picked up coloring as a hobby. Eileen enjoyed spending time with her family and watching shows and movies with Ali. They spent a lot of time at her favorite restaurant, Dallas BBQ’s indulging in Texas-sized drinks and shrimps.
Eileen will be missed tremendously by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. She left lasting memories in all our minds and hearts. Now she is our Angel watching over us.
*When his time of service was completed, he returned home. – Luke 1:23*