Christiana Lewis

Christiana Lewis of Radix, Mt. Parnassus, St. George, passed away on Thursday 12th August, 2021 at the age of 97


She was the Grandmother of: Gillian Turman, Jason and Jasmine Wardally


Great grandmother of: Bryanna, Joshua and Bethany Turman, Stepmother of: Beryl and Bernard Williams and Magnita Alexis


Many cousins, other relatives and close friends including: The Pastors and members of Mt. Parnassus Church of God andthe Latter-day Pentecostal Church of Tempe, Mr. Abel Newton, Lydia Thomas, the Henry family, Granger family of Mt. Gay, Raphael, Lionel and Winston Andrews, the Andrews family from Mt. Parnassus, Members of the Salvation Army, the Wardally and Budhlall family, friends and neighbours in Trinidad, USA, Radix, Mt. Parnassus and surrounding areas


Private Funeral Service and Interment 

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  • Comment Link Jillian Christine Wardally-Turman Wednesday, 08 September 2021 10:17 posted by Jillian Christine Wardally-Turman

    Muzzy, as she was so fondly referred to as by many who knew and loved her, was a pillar of strength not only in her family, but in her community. She worked hard for everything she had and never took anything for granted. Muzzy served as an example of strength, determination, spirituality, and Godliness and was always willing to help someone in need regardless of how little she had. She was selfless and fearless. When I was a child, I used to think that she was harsh and too strict. But the older I got and realized how much of a knuckle head I used to act, the better I understood why she had that disciplinary style. It yielded great results. Thanks to Muzzy, I have grown up with a strong sense of self, morals, and a desire to help others. Muzzy taught me to always be circumspect in my walk so as to not shame God, and be the best person in all aspects (especially spiritually) that I can be. I write this in tears because I know I will not see her again on this plain, but in my heart I know I will experience her presence again when we meet in heaven. I miss her but she will always be in with me. In my heart, in my memories, and when I look at my own children when they exhibit the behaviours reflective of my teachings, which are the same as what Muzzy imparted in me. I'm glad my kids got to meet her before her transition. Never good-bye, only so long...Love you Muzzy.