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Francis Archibald Jerome also known as “Dolls”

Francis Archibald Jerome also known as “Dolls” of Victoria, St. Mark, passed away on Thursday 1st February, 2018 at the age of 57

 

He was the Father of: Nakisha, Shane, Akima and Keida, Grand Father of: Isis, Kaiden and Takio, Brother of: Laurie Jerome, Nephew of: Jane Jerome, Father in law of: Olawunmi Fraser and Chuck Bailey in the UK

 

Many cousins, other relatives and close friends including: the Jerome, Ganness, Fraser, Pierre, Mawuto, Williams and Nyahbingi family, friends and neighbours of Victoria and surrounding areas

 

Funeral Service on Friday 23rd February, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the St. Mark’s R C Church, Victoria and Interment at the Coast Guard Catholic Cemetery

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Dear family of Mr. Jerome,
I did not personally know him but the times I met him when I was out in the preaching work he always gave me an listening ear. He was kind and respectful and showed an interest in spiritual things. May the attached website bring all of you comfort.
https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live...

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My sincere condolences. Some scriptures that have comforted me are Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. May they give you hope and encouragement.

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That's was a good man to me

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I loss a good childhood friend! He was a very spiritual man in his own ways. Whenever I visited Grenada, I enjoyed his deep pilosophical conversations. Always giving praise to God and talking about spiritual things! What a remarkable man!!!He will be greatly missed! Rest well my friend! Titus Charles.

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My sympthy to the Jerome family may Doll's RIP.

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Francis will surely be missed....when ever we bounce up we chat and that can go on for quite awhile as it is always about expanding knowledge and positivity....

i saw Dolls as a naturalist and a man of the of the soil who continuously paid homage to mother nature...

but we are all destined to return back to the soil...and the earth today is enriched with the remains of Rasta dolls....

see ya...

in the meanwhile RIP my brother

Tafant

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