Tiarra Michelle Butler of Frederick Maryland affectionately known as "Tee" lived a life of hope and promise until she went from labor to reward on May 21, 2018. Her struggles on this earth ended early Monday morning because of her seizure disorders at the young age of 31. Tiarra was born on March 21, 1987 in Frederick, Maryland to Paris B. Dixon and Mitchell L. Butler. \n\nTiarra was educated in the Frederick County Public School System and graduated from Governor Thomas Johnson High School in 2005. She continued her education at Frederick Community College. She spent much of her time cheer-leading, playing basketball and reading, which was her favorite pastime as English and Literature were her preferred subjects in school.\n\nTee's life began to sing its own melody as she found inspiration in reading her Bible and cooking for her children, which was inspired by her grandfather's recipes. Her personal and professional lives were in sync as Tee enjoyed playing the flute, singing to her children and freestyle rapping with her friends. Tee brought a smile and positivity to those around her, including her mother and family members alike. Tiarra enjoyed serving the community, where she always did so with kindness. Tiarra was employed at Golden Corral, IHOP, or Pier One Imports, until she found her passion at Music and Arts, Woodwind & Brass Wind Consumer Team, where her career began in 2017. Tee was an invaluable staff member which was recognized in early May 2018 with the "Employee of the Month" award. Tee was always known as a positive person whose personality shone brightly in everything that she did and with everyone who had the pleasure of encountering her. Just the like the butterflies she loved, Tee was a beautiful butterfly to us. \n\nTee was a very spiritual person who loved the Lord. She also enjoyed spending precious time with family and creating lasting memories.\n\nTiarra's memory will be cherished by: her Mother, Paris B. Dixon; Father, Mitchell L. Butler; Children, Chase Patterson Jr.; Skye Parker; Siblings, Schazaire Harris of Fredrick, MD, Nathaniel Bowie of Fredrick MD; Grandparents, Brenda Sappington, Pittsburgh PA and Johnny Dorsey of Baltimore, MD; Great-Aunt, Betty Green of Frederick, MD; Aunts and Uncles, Teronda Hamilton of Powder Springs, GA, Vera Dixon, Dane (Nicole) Dixon, David Dixon, Theresa Dixon, Elmer Dixon III, Lawrence Dixon all of Frederick, MD, David (Tammy) Sappington Jr. of Brunswick MD, Dr. Penny Sappington of Pittsburgh Pa; extended family members, Natysha Dixon, Shaynon Thompson, Devin Dixon, JaRod Dixon, Raekwon Dixon, Destiny Dixon, Tristan Dixon,Terrance Welcher and Lakeisha Frye, Jason Hamilton, Derrick Hamilton, Patrice Hamilton, Kenton Hamilton, Fallon Sappington, Katelyne Sappington, Dulce Sappington; very special devoted friends, Shairoby Sarmiento, Bethany Wims, George Pacheco; and a host of cousins, family members and friends too many to name.\n\nThe trumpet has sounded for Tiarra Michelle Butler to join beloved family members that played a pivotal role in her life; her grandmother, Bessie Dixon; grandfather, Elmer Dixon; her step-grandfather, David Sappington; and cousin, Oliver Dixon who preceded her in death.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, contributions to Tiarra's surviving children Chase Patterson and Skye Parker educational funds will be accepted by in-person donations at any PNC branch.\n\nFuneral Services will be held at Jackson Chapel United Methodist Church, 5609 Ballenger Creek Pike, Frederick, MD 21703 at 11:00 AM, with public viewing at 9:30 AM and family hour at 10:00 AM. Services will be officiated by Reverend Dr. Derek Shackelford. Professional services by Gary L. Rollins Funeral Home.