SIA CHRISTINE YORKER
Sia Christine Yorker was born on July 15, 1991, in Bethesda, Maryland, at Bethesda Naval Medical Center. Sia adored God, was a natural magnet and enjoyed being around children. She frequently volunteered at church and in the community. Sia attended Deltona Lakes Elementary School, where she enjoyed working as a reporter for the school television program and as a hall patrol monitor. She was a member of the school choir and enjoyed playing soccer while attending Galaxy Middle School. She mentored many students at Pine Ridge High School, was an active member of Christian Athletes, and was the soccer team captain.
Sia aspired to be a pediatrician and attended the University of North Florida and later Seminole State Community College before being accepted into the Medical Program in Gainesville, Florida in June 2011 and was scheduled to begin classes in August 2011. Enjoyed taking pictures and was frequently seen with a camera in her hand. Sia also enjoyed sports, fashion shopping (High Heel Shoes), the theater, beaches, traveling, all types of music, and spending time with family and friends.
Sia Christine Yorker (19) was discovered semi-conscious on the bathroom floor with a towel under her head, complaining that her head hurt. My husband called an ambulance and was taken to the community hospital, where she had a seizure. A CAT SCAN was performed, which revealed bleeding on the right side of her brain. Sia was immediately airlifted to Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida, to be monitored by a Neurologist; however, upon her arrival, she was immediately taken into surgery.
Sia Christine Yorker (19 years old) transitioned from earth to heaven on June 21st, 2011 due to a "Sudden Acute Brain Hemorrhage" after being in a coma for three days following surgery. It's comforting to know that Sia has touched so many people's lives in such a short time, including our own. We are rewarded in knowing that her legacy inspires and propels others to prosper and progress. What gives us the most comfort is knowing that Jesus Christ is her Lord and Savior and that being absent from the body means being present with the Lord!
Public Relations Director
Executive Director, Philanthropist, Ordained Minister, Christian Counselor at Mackie and Pammie, LLC, wife of
Mr. Albert T. Yorker & mother of their Princess Sia Christine Yorker. Paula holds an Associate of Theology, Bachelors in Pastoral Leadership and a Masters of Religious Arts.
As a mother who loss her daughter to a Brain Hemorrhage, and as a Health Care Professional, "Alzheimer's Disease Dementia Care Trainer", "Dementia Care Manager" and "Dementia Practitioner". Paula understands the prize of educating & bringing to the Community Awareness of Brain Hemorrhages, and other adverse brain conditions.
Paula and her husband Al, often lead one day Evangelism Workshops and Think Big Brain Awareness Seminars throughout the United States and Internationally. She ministers, conducts mission trips, keynotes, and speaks on Evangelism & Disciples, Intercessory Prayer, Inner Healing, Restoration, and Brain Awareness. She has served as Keynote speaker at the University of Florida McKnight Brain Institute, Global Prayer Quake Conference, Charisma Conference, featured in Charisma Magazine, Spirit Led Women and Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN). Paula Yorker is the author of WHAT DO YOU DO IN THE Midst of A Suddenly?
As Public Relations Director of Sia Yorker Brain Awareness Foundation, Albert's establishes and maintains cooperative relationships between representatives of the community, consumer, and public interest groups . Plan and arrange public appearances, lectures, contests, exhibits for Brain Awareness Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, maintain favorable relationships of the public, and supporting partners of the organization's accomplishments and agenda .
Consult with advertising agencies and board members to arrange fundraise events, purchase advertising space and time as required, to promote the Brain Awareness and Education on signs and symptoms of Brain Hemorrhages and other Adverse Brain Conditions.
Albert a retired U.S. Army Veteran, Retired nurse, holds a Bachelor of Religious Arts, traveled through India, Indonesia , Nigeria , South Africa, Ghana, Ethiopia and many other countries to offer spiritual guidance, food, shelter and Bibles to many small villages within these countries that do not receive much help from the local governments. He also serves as coordinator for many events including back to school backpack events for children and was a guest on the Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN) with his wife Paula.
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