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Elizabeth Flanders also known as “Lylia Thomas”

Elizabeth Flanders also known as “Lylia Thomas” of Lower St. John, St. Andrew, passed away on Sunday 30th September, 2018 at the age of 66


She was the mother of: Selma Thomas, Melissa Marrast Wells in the USA, and Teres also known as “Kishell, Grand mother of: Brianna, Kodi, Deron, Kaylah and Terrel, Sister of: Evadney Lowman in the USA, Ruby Flanders in Canada, Lecia Flanders in Aruba, Verona and Mahon Thomas in Grenada, Sister in law of: Lucy Thomas, Mother in law of: Mondel Wells, Nice of: Harford Flanders, Jerome Flanders and Osra Christopher


Aunt of 31 including: Maureen, Florina, Gemelyn, Lindy, Carol, Alan, Jean, Kevin, Glen and Erva, Grand aunt of many including Terron, Teddisa, Lerina, Lerine and Vesta, Many other relatives & friends including: Marina and family, Marian Jeffrey and family, Catherine Richards and family, Mason family of Hermitage, Flanders and Thomas families of St. John and Hermitage, Ms Ceteria, Tilman Thomas and family, members of the Hermitage R C Church, friends and neighbours of Lower St. John and Hermitage


Funeral Service at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tivoli, St. Andrew on Wednesday 17th October, 2018 at 2:00 pm and Interment at the Tivoli Cemetery



My deepest sympathy to her entire family especially Mr.Harford Flanders and may she rest in perfect peace in the arms of Jesus.


She lived her life one day at a time.
The words she shared were always kind.
she loved us all with her whole heart.
We can close our eyes and pray
that one day she will come back,
forever I hold her in My heart
and in the hearts of those she have touched.
We miss you sweet angel,
more than you can imagine.
Today you stand in God's bright light.
Watching over us day and night.
God has you in his keeping
we have you in our hearts and
In our hearts you will remain
until the day we meet again...


My sincere condolences. As you reflect on cherished memories to be comforted also take to heart our Creator’s loving promise to end death and all forms of suffering. He will soon reunite us with our loved ones to enjoy a life of true happiness and peace forever. (Revelations 21:3-4; John 5: 28, 29; Titus 1:2).

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