When considering Aaliyah's track record, it's befitting that her name means "The highest, most exalted one, the best." Her parents, Diane and Michael, decided on the name based on the high hopes and expectations they would have if they had a daughter. Her success as both a recording artist and actress actually makes the name of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Aaliyah made her dreams come true. At 22, she not only had a very successful recording career but also established herself as a motion picture actress and an accomplished business woman....
I stay true to myself and my style, and I am always pushing myself to be aware of that and be original.
Aaliyah Memorial Fund
In her precious 22 years, Aaliyah achieved more than many do in several lifetimes...
An illuminating factor was her conviction to touch and help others. The Aaliyah Memorial Fund was created as a vehicle whereby her fans, friends, and family can contribute to and support causes that Aaliyah found important. The Aaliyah Memorial Fund was started in 2001. For Aaliyah and her comrades that left us August 25th, 2001, there is much we can do as a benevolent community to keep Aaliyah's dream & legacy alive.
Central Park Conservancy and New York City have dedicated a Weeping Willow tree to our beloved Aaliyah on the lake in central park. It is located at the Cherry Hill Fountain and next to Strawberry Fields. This weeping willow tree was endowed in memory of Aaliyah by her family. What has started as a delicate […]
We feel this special statement… So to Keeth Wallace (family friend), Eric Forman, Anthony Dodd, Gina Smith, Doug Kratz, Scott Gallin, Christopher Maldonado, Luis Morales, and Baby Girl. You are not forgotten, we love you and your families. There is no time set for when grief ceases. Sometimes pain is so heavy, emotionally and physically […]
A Very Special Poem Dedication titled “Tower” by Rashad Haughton: Also, some Song Dedications from the Haughton Family for this Special Day: “Right Here Waiting” by Richard Marx “Truly Madly Deeply” by Savage Garden “Just To See Her” by Smokey Robinson “For You” by Kenny Lattimore “The Way We Were / Try to Remember” by […]
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