Latisha Breeze-Sonny Nightwalker Yazzie; Motseahne’e (No Naming Woman) born on November 19th, 2010 to Viola Biglefthand and Ronald Yazzie was called home by Maheo on May 8th, 2020. Through her Navajo family she is from the Hightower Clan. She is a descendent of Chief Roy Nightwalker, Sr. From birth Latisha had fought hard for her life, she underwent multiple surgeries throughout her short time here on earth but that never stopped her from smiling, laughing, and busting out a few dancing moves when she entered a room. Her outgoing attitude and contagious laugh made everyone who met her smile. She had a heart of gold and you could see it every time you looked at her. Latisha enjoyed dancing, listening to music, spending time with her nephews, and playing with all her Muddy Cluster friends whom she spent endless hours with. She attended Mrs. Bauers Sunday school class regularly and one of the most dedicated Boys and Girls Club kids. She is survived by her parents; Viola (James) Biglefthand and Ronald Yazzie, siblings; Larissa (Henry), Destiny (Travis Sr.), Kelly, Tommy (Robby), Jaden, Shar-rae (John), Houston, Koda, Orion, Santana, Alvin Jr., Madison, Kaitlyn, Edwin, Evin, and Tylin. Nephews; Travis Jr., Rocklin, LeJo, Kashius Dominik. Niece; Latisha Angel Brien. Grandparents; Nancy Fightingbear, Anna Mae Ryan, Holda Roundstone, Emma Harris, John and Peggy Yazzie of Albuquerque, Fred, Jean, Jane, Edith, George Sr., Alvina, Bertha, and Alberta. She had numerous aunts and uncles. She is preceeded in death by her grandparents; Karen Walksnice, Edwin and Silas Biglefthand, Ike and Viola Washington; great-grandparents, Roy Sr. and Gladys Nightwalker; Aunt, Lucille Pearl Yazzie Fuentes; Niece; Phoenix Lonebear, Nephew; Titan Twotwo. and her namesake Latisha Joy Brien. We apologize if we missed any family members as Latisha had an exceptionally large family.