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Zjockleen Rochelle Harbin-Coley was born February 1, 1983 in Detroit, Michigan to the late Reginald Tyrone Harbin, Sr. and Gloria Jean Dozier.
Zjockleen was educated in the Detroit Public School System. She attended Central Michigan and Wayne State University where she received her degree in Education. She worked as an Educator for Imaginative Minds LLC, until her health failed. Teaching was her passion, talent, and she loved children. In 2006, she had her first child which was a beautiful baby girl.
On August 9, 2012 she was united in holy matrimony to Darian Coley, Sr.
She leaves to cherish her memories a loving mother: Gloria Jean Dozier (Butler, Alabama); a husband, Darian Coley, Sr. (Detroit, Michigan); a daughter: Zhanyla Coley (Detroit, Michigan); a step-daughter: Dariana Coley, three step-sons: Kendell, Darian Coley, Jr., and Kenneth Coley (All of Detroit, Michigan); a grandmother: Eliza Thompson, grandfather: Joe Lewis, and step-grandfather: Robert Loise Thompson (All of Butler, Alabama); her God-parents: Lonnie Conners and Kimberly Green (Detroit, Michigan); Mother and Father-In-Law: Ron and Pamela Alexander (Detroit, Michigan). Two brothers: Reginald Harbin Jr. (Butler, Alabama) and Dominique Harbin (Meridian, Mississippi); one step-granddaughter: Amira Gavin and one step-grandson: Kendell Thornton, Jr. (Detroit, Michigan); her very special twin niece: Normani Harbin; one brother in laws: Carl Coley (Detroit, Michigan); two sister in law: Rhonda Alexander (Baltimore, Maryland) and Dior Coley (Detroit, Michigan), her extended family: Letitia (Shannon), Kayla, and Payton Thomas (Detroit, Michigan); two God-sisters: Chantell and Channell Avenger (Detroit, Michigan); a host of very special aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and truly awesome friends.