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Eslyn Valentine Allen neé Thompson also known as “Neh neh”

Eslyn Valentine Allen neé Thompson also known as “Neh neh” of Morne Jaloux, St. George who resided at Green Street, St. George’s, passed away on Saturday 9th March, 2019 at the age of 88

 

She was the mother of: Anne LaCrette in the USA, Karen Allen-Phillip, Shawn Allen in the USA, Step mother of: Selwn Allen in the USA, Grand mother of: Colin and Rick Phillip, Zachary Allen, Great grand mother of: Faheem Phillip, Mother in law of: Edmund LaCrette and Cyril Phillip, Sister of: Jean Peters and Yvonne Thompson and family in the UK, and Victor Thompson, Sister in law of: Sandra Thompson

 

Many nieces and nephews incl: Annette Hinkson and family, Faith Tyndale and family, Justine Knight, Jason, Karen, Mandy, Betty, Carol and Junior Thompson, God mother of: Grace Grant, Patrick Banfield and Evita Maitland, Many other relatives and friends incl.: Henry and Florence Scoon, Nina Grant and family, Neva Pitt, Doreen Batson and family, Gordon Alexander and family in Canada, Andrea Harry in the USA, Lydia Phillip Jones and family, Lynette Gabriel, Kelvin Vincent and family in the USA, Thompson family in G’da, Trinidad and USA, friends and neighbours of Morne Jaloux, Green Street and surrounding areas

 

Funeral Service on Wednesday 20th March, 2019 at 1:30 pm at the St. George’s Anglican Church, St. George and entombment at the St. George’s Center Cemetery

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Comment: 

Please accept my deepest sympathy. The bible’s promise at 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 26 states that "the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing." This shows that the God of all comfort will soon end death once and for all time. May this promise strengthen you during this difficult time! A life of true happiness and peace awaits us all. (Revelation chapter 21 verse 4; Acts chapter 24 verse 15)

Comment: 

Please accept my deepest sympathy. The bible’s promise at 1 Corinthians chapter 15 verse 26 states that "the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing." This shows that the God of all comfort will soon end death once and for all time. May this promise strengthen you during this difficult time! A life of true happiness and peace awaits us all. (Revelation chapter 21 verse 4; Acts chapter 24 verse 15)

Comment: 

Hey Karen, my deepest condolences to you and family. Hope god give you the strength and courage to sustain during this difficult time.

From :Ann-Marie Alexander and family in New York

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