LaShun Pace cause of death
LaShun Pace a renowned American gospel singer and songwriter has passed on. Tarrian LaShun Pace was born in September 1961, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States to Bishop M.J. Pace and Bettie Ann Pace.
She was bred in a community called Poole Creek. Pace gained attention when she performed alongside her siblings in the group The Anointed Pace Sisters (Duranice, Phyllis, June, Melonda, Dejuaii, Leslie, Latrice, and Lydia).
LaShun Pace has been involved in gospel music since 1990, when she released her debut album He Lives. That album reached number two on the Billboard gospel charts. In 2003, she wrote the song For My Good but for His Glory.
Pace had been nominated for a number of awards, including the Christian Music Hall of Fame and Urban Performer of the Year.
Her sister, Lydia Pace, confirmed the news of her death. Pace died of organ failure on March 21, 2022. She had been on kidney dialysis for several years, awaiting a kidney.
She was 60 years of age.
Was LaShun Pace married? Did LaShun Pace have children?
LaShun Pace previously married Perry L. Crutcher Jr, an assistant pastor at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Pace raised her children alone after her divorce from Edward Rhodes.
Prior to Pace’s death, she had two daughters with her ex-husband Edward Rhodes, Xenia and Aarion. In 2001, Xenia passed away after a heart attack. Report from the autopsy showed she had an enlarged heart.
Aarion pursued a career in the music industry like her mother and is known today for the 2018 single, Just Wanna Worship.
LaShun Pace net worth
LaShun’s estimated net worth is $1.5 million. Pace is a very successful Gospel Singer and is listed as one of the most popular ones. The singer has however received numerous awards for her music.
When is LaShun Pace funeral? Date, time, venue, burial service, obituary poster
Lashun is the second of the pace sisters to die. The family has not spoken about when her funeral will take place. An update will be made as and when we have more information.