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Rawlinson Passée

Rawlinson Passée of Gouyave, St. John, London, England; Miami, Florida and Stone Mountain, Georgia,  passed away on Wednesday 29th March 2017 in Tucker, Georgia at the age of 84. 


Left to mourn is his children:  Elizabeth and Lisa in Homestead, Florida; Suzan and Deanne in the UK; and Camille, Efua PhD, and Daniel in Stone Mountain, Georgia, Brothers: Moncalm and Crispin in  Gouyave, St. John’s, and Mikey in Huntsville, Alabama.


Grandchildren: Crystal, Salisha, David, Christina, Channa, Robert, Bria, Kimoni, Donte, Zumbi and Kiraboji.  Great Grandchildren:   Kaleah, Kennice, Ariel, Dayron, Kiley and Karter


Many other relatives and friends including:  Spouse/Partners:  Khary, Christopher, Breezy. Anthony (Deanne) 


Arrangements are for a private viewing followed by cremation.



I so wish we had more time Dad but I have many fond memories of you, may you now rest in peace, you will be sadly missed but will forever be in our hearts and thoughts. Love you always, Dee xxx


Missing you dad. I’m so glad that Rob, Dee and I were able to spend precious time together when you proudly walked Dee down the aisle in Jamaica 2015. We are left with these special memories. We always wish there was more time, but I believe you are now with the Lord and shall be in peace surrounded by love until we meet again. Love you Suzan x


You taught us many things that will help us become better versions of ourselves and for that we are thankful. Your quick wit, laughter, intelligence and generosity will be missed. We are forever grateful for the good times. Our family wishes you peace, blessings, happiness and love for your journey.


I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Some Comforting scriptures that help me to cope is acts 24:15 and psalm 34:18 I look forward to the time when death will be no more Isaiah 25:8


I am really missing our daily conversation, I know that you are in a better place now. You leaving us have divided the family into two parts, you, Marina and Claudette are gone leaving Moncalm, Crispin and myself. You passing for the first child and me for the last left many years between us; however, we shared many experiences within the family. They were not always pleasant but they made us stronger and better for it. My relationship with you evolved into a very warm and respectful one. As I learned to love myself I also learned to love you. It is my wish that you Rest-In-Peace, until we meet again. Loving you always.


My sympathy to brothers and children, especially Camille, who called to let me know of the loss. He was my good friend from school days and we kept in touch frequently when he moved to Florida. He was the cousin of my husband Alex. May Good comfort you all. Keep faith and be strong.

My dear friend Rawlin rest in Peace!

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