We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Anderson-Ragsdale Mortuary
Katrina Renae Luckett-Mayfield
It is with great sadness that the family of Katrina Renae Luckett-Mayfield announce her passing on
December 15th, 2021. Katrina was born on November 8th, 1968 in San Diego, California to Steve Luckett
and Bonnie Jean Luckett. Katrina's early education was completed through San Diego City schools and
graduated from San Diego high school.
She was an avid writer and wrote a passionate piece on foster care and her letter was read by Jesse
Jackson to the congress. She was very active and participated with her mother in writing various letters and
signs to be used and displayed throughout San Diego. Some of her adult work history included working in
the insurance industry, while helping her mother in the restaurant business, "Bonnie Jean Soul Food"
owned by her sister, Stephanie. She also worked in the retail industry at Walmart. She enjoyed traveling,
writing, shopping, crossword puzzles and playing basketball. Katrina was married and had one son, Kenneth
Mayfield Jr.She enjoyed being a grandmother and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and New
Paradise Baptist Church. She moved to Dallas, Texas two years ago.
Katrina was preceded in death by both her maternal grandparents, Robert Sr. and Artiree Anderson
and her paternal grandparents: Nyde Luckett and Alberta Luckett Simmons, her father Steve Luckett, sister,
Stephanie LaShawn Luckett. She is survived by her mother Bonnie Jean Luckett, son Kenneth Mayfield Jr.,
brother Steve Luckett of San Diego, California. Niece Aesha Luckett. Aunts: Janet Douglas, Celia Griffin
Cagnolatti, grandchildren, cousins, aunts and uncles.
To My Family & Friends
There was no time to say goodbye, but this I ask; please do not cry.
Remember me as you think best, the happy times, forget the rest.
Look for me and I'll be there, and you will find me everywhere.
In the gentle touch of breeze that cools the skin or swirls the leaves.
In the scent and color of the flowers, that gave me such happy hours.
On sunny days under sunny skies of blue, just look for me and I'll be with you.
You'll feel my presence everywhere, look for me and I'll be there!