On, June 29, 1994 RayShauna Ranae Webber also known as “Noon” was born in Seattle, WA to her mother Desiree L. Webber and Dante Lee King (step-father Lonnie Dade Sr.). RayShauna was a social butterfly and an empathetic spirit she could change the ambiance of any room with her graceful personality. RayShauna lived with a purpose to love, uplift and nurture everyone she came in contact with-from young to old. Her family was the center of her existence. She took pride in protecting them at all cost. RayShauna went to Cleveland High School and later finishing her studies in Sedro Woolley, WA while receiving her GED through Job Corps. Upon returning to Seattle she met and partnered with her soulmate Tommy Drake and together, they welcomed the love of her life Amariauna Drake. Following her passion for people RayShauna started working at Leon Sullivan Health Care Center (Nursing Home) where she was noted to be very compassionate, reliable and consistent. RayShauna then moved on to Starbucks (23rd & Jackson) where she thrived as an employee. She was also recognized by colleagues and management as Employee of the Month. RayShauna maintained a supervisor position at the Juanita-Kirkland Safeway until her untimely death. “Noon” excelled tremendously as a young woman her strengths demonstrated her to be strategically detailed and dedicated. RayShauna held many titles as a terrific daughter, beloved big sister and a confident mother. RayShauna will be remembered by her outgoing charismatic nature and delicate touch. She was preceded in death by her great grandmother Ruby Lee Webber and father Dante Lee King. Noon was survived by her mother Desiree L. Webber and stepfather Lonnie Dade Sr.,grandfather Eric Johnson ;grandmother; Barbara Webber, Aunts; Jasmine Webber and Tonya Lawhorn, Uncle DeVille Pace SR, life partner Tommy Drake, their daughter Amariauna Drake, her sibilings Zaniya Warr, Lonnie Dade Jr, DaRaya Dade and Fayth Littles, Briyonna Porter, Steven Abrahamson, DaVontae, Emery, Tykiesha. She’s also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles who will truly miss her.