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Louise Anna Alexander also known as “Auntweez”

Louise Anna Alexander also known as “Auntweez” born on February 16th, 1931 in Caruth, St Andrews and resided in Chapel Road, Grenville , St Andrew, passed away on March 18th, 2020 in Miami, Florida, USA.


Left to mourn are her brother: Patrick Robertson in England


Her Five Children: Harold, joseph, Annette, Yvonne and Stephany in the USA


Seventeen grandchildren: Alma, Alan , Norleen, Keshire, Kwame, Glen, Antonette, Alicia, Samuel, Mellany, Joel, Christopher, Stephen, Leaser, Ebony, Britany and Mathew.


Ten great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews including: Elma, Hayden and Joseph in New York, Gemma in Texas, Angela in Canada  and Joan and Carver in Trinidad. She also leaves behind many relatives including the McMillian family from Munich, St Andrews – Winnifred Teague (Sister V), Leroy McMillan in England and Delroy McMillan in New Jersey. Longtime friend Lewis Nicholls in England; Earla Campbell in New York; all of whom will miss her dearly.


The  burial on Thursday March 26th at 10am in  Miami, Florida.



Those we love never go away. Antweez will always be with us in Spirit. As for me growing up in Chaple Road, she was like a mom to me. For all my sugar cakes and loving thoughts she shared. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. My condolences. Stephany as always, we are connected.
Love you much!


I happily recall those years at the Grenville Methodist school when at break time we would all dash to Ms. Louise to buy her sugar cake and tarts and fudge to feed our empty stomachs. It did not matter whether or not you had the full amount of money, she would still give it to you and will give you extra to.

I recall she was always cheerful and never rough with us at all. That's unusual back then for adults were typically rough with kids. She always exhibited gentleness; she had a bountiful spirit.

There were those days of battle with the principal who didn't want her anyway on the school premises while selling. But stood up to him, insisting on her right to make a living standing just beyond the gate and we kids would flock to her. There were other sellers but she was our favorite because we always get something extra when we buy.
We liked her for she was a lovely human being, with a kind, generous, beautiful, helping heart. She lived well with the gift of life, thank God for her.


My heart is so sad. You were the best grand mother ever. RIP. We love you

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