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Everil Kizzy Francis also known as “Short Girl”

Everil Kizzy Francis also known as “Short Girl” - well known seamstress and proprietor of Silent Fashion of Cornet’s Walk, Gouyave, St. John, passed away on Friday 11th October, 2019 at the age of 35


She was the Daughter of: Norma Francis, Adopted Daughter of: Tessil Modeste Lewis, Mother of: Vonchel Francis, Sister of: Bobby & Tahera Francis & Kennis Paul in the USA, Don Francis in England, Newgent Tillock, Carlson, Kendon, Valon, Kellon Francis, Kenneth Richards also known as “Rasta K”, David Smith also known as “Puzzle” & Hashim Smith, Cherry Ann Francis, Nurse Nathalie Phillip, Avril, Malika and Tina Smith in Grenada, Atonya and Karsha Smith in England


Niece of: Whistel, Christine, Deanne and Jellyn James, Everol Wellington and Mitchie, Aunt of many including: Kayda, Shakada, Akada, Zaya, Zane, Zelon and Zeon, Allisha Ashika, Keba, Nakita, Vishon, Carlan, Jayven, Ataya and Giovanni


Many other relatives & friends including: Dr. Jude Antoine, Gary, Trisha, Jenny, Samantha, Jenae, Jehlene, Vernice Collins and the Francis family of Gouyave, Mr. Willie Thomas, Cassie Antoine, Mrs. Norma Noel, Mr. John Wright, Lashona Ferguson and family, Itrice Lewis and family, the Barry family , Pastors Dave King & Devon Richards, Miss Pearl, Cutie, Trudi, Shariane Julien, Nerissa Fortune, Natasha James, Lisa, the Wellington and Lewis family, pastor and members of Gouyave Open Bible Church, friends and neighbours of Cornet’s Walk and surrounding areas


Funeral service on Thursday 14th November, 2019 at 1:00 pm and interment at Dougaldston Cemetery




Kizzy had the ability to make people with whom she came into contact feel welcome and special. She was pretty and she loved pretty things but I never heard her put down another person because she thought they were less pretty or less blessed than her. The way she cared for Vonchel was amazing, in particular I liked how she accessed educational help for her. To me Kizzy symbolized all things bright and beautiful and in her short stay with us God used her to brighten our lives. We were all shocked at her death and perhaps some of us are still asking why. But God's word says, "Precious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of His saints." And God's ultimate purpose of our salvation was realized in Kizzy's life. So to Miss Norma and all the rest of the family know that she is with God and that's the best place to be. Meantime we who are left behind can find comfort and strength in the salvation that Jesus alone can give and strive to be all that He wants us to be so that one day we will hear Him say, "Come you blessed, enter into my joy.."


Please accept my sincere condolences. 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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