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Sandra Thomas-Phillip also known as “Sanny” and “Cap”

Sandra Thomas-Phillip also known as “Sanny” and “Cap” of Mt. Rich, St. Patrick, passed away on Monday 1st February, 2020 at the age of 57


She was the wife of: Desel “Papa” Phillip


Daughter of: Queen Paul


Adopted daughter of: Clera David


Mother of: Nardine, Kevon, Cindyann, Nyron, Denson, Christelle and Jimal


Grandmother of: Matthew in the USA, Stephen, Amari, Shonnel, Nhyela pronounced (Nee-el-a), Ramarco (Ray-mar-co) in the UK, Vishon, Kyla and Zalen


Sister of: Bertrand, Janice in Jamaica, Jessian, Shirley and Gordon in Trinidad, Van Jean in Canada, Patsy, Desmond and Glenroy


Adopted sister of: Bandy and Sister David, Sister in law of: David Chaplin


Aunt of many including: Sheena, Niesha, Kennod, Nelinda, Elijah Chaplin, Grand aunt of many, Niece of: Kathleen in the USA, Hannah in Canada and Ann Fleming


Many cousins other relatives and friends including: Hilda in the USA, Pablo, Ezra, Helen, Menny, Sarana, Rebekah, Denise Phillip, Z, Phiona, Terrance, the Paul family of Mt. Rich, Mt. Reuil, Rose Hill, Conference, Victoria and Chantimelle, the Thomas, Mc Leish and Noel families, members of St. Patrick Diabetic association and Snell Hall SDA Church, Mr. Anthony Boatswain, Rhona Young, friends and neighbours of Mt. Rich and surrounding


Private Funeral Service



Sanny Covid19 has placed a major separation between us. you fought a long and painful battle. Your pain and suffering is over now. I'm so sorry that I cannot be there in person. I miss seeing you and talking with you every day. You will always be in my heart. Rest in peace you will be missed and never to be forgotten. there is no words to express how I feel. Z Hilda and I are with you in spirit. Our love and sympathy goes out to the entire family especially her children who work so tireles to care for her. We love you and miss you . Rest In Peace.


A strong woman who was the lifeline of her family! She carried with her the power to endure pain and the courage to sacrifice. She had the power to create and nurture LIFE! She is the epitome of LOVE! She has lead by example and taught me more than she'll ever know. Although we know that tomorrow is not promised,,,we are never really prepared to deal with the loss of loved ones. This is a huge loss. I only find comfort in knowing that her warrior spirit fought longer and harder than anticipated. Her memory will forever live on ... as I try to smile thru the tears. Too sad for words! Virtual HUGS to all of my family, friends, extended family far and near and anyone that had the pleasure of knowing Sanny. cousin, my sister, my my ANGEL! Suffer no More! ETERNALLY BLESSED! Family, I am with you in spirit! COVID sucks!


Aunty Sanny my mind knows that you're in a better place where there is no pain and where you are at peace. I understand that, but wish I could explain it to my heart. Though your smile is gone forever and your hand I cannot touch, you left so many beautiful memories I will treasure forever.
P.S. If you see Mommy and Daddy say hi for me.

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