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Breadley Michael Jones

Breadley Michael Jones of La Digue, resided at Battle Hill, St. Andrew- Proprietor of M & C Mini Mart on Sendall Street, Grenville, passed away on Wednesday 3rd January, 2018 at the age 57

 

He was the Husband of: Carol, Father of: Vakisha and Neil, Son of: Marina and Eric, Brother of: Genise in Trinidad, Anora and Kathy-Ann in the USA Christopher and Kester,

 

Father in law of: Junior, Nephew of: Stella, Marcelle, Marjorie, William, Carlyle, Ada, Muriel, Harold, Emmanuel, Errol Haycroft and Ena, Grand nephew of many including: Venid, Uncle of many including: Naomi, Desima, Alex, Jay-Ann, Javon, Jalialah, Ken, Kenroy, Sharonna and Nicholas, Brother in law of: Adrian, Roslyn, Andrew, Eric, Kenny, Ermintrude and Bridget

 

Many other relatives and friends including: Evlyn, Michael in Trinidad, Earl in the USA, Shirley, Albert Henry and family, Jennifer Callymore and family, Gabriel John and family, Jerry, Jack Collier, Jay, Sara, Jim Charles, Staff of M &C Jones, friends and neighbours of La Digue Sendall Street, Battle Hill and surrounding areas

 

 

Funeral Service on Tuesday 16th January, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Grenville Pentecostal Lighthouse, St. Andrew and interment at The Family Cemetery, Battle Hill

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My deepest sympathy goes out to him Bradley. May he RIP

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My wife and I extend sincere condolences to Carol and the family on the passing of Michael. Fond memories of his special character will remain for a very long time. May he rest in peace.

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Sincere condolences to the family of Michael on his untimely passing. May he rest peacefully in God’s loving embrace.

From cousin Jean and Cyril on behalf of the Perryman and Henry families from Birch Grove.

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I am so sorry for your loss. Please note that the bible’s beautiful promise at Isaiah chapter 26 verse 19 indicates that the dead will live again to experience everlasting life on a beautiful paradise earth. May the God of comfort help the family to cope at this difficult time. (2 Corinthians chapter 1 verses 3 and 4).

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