Gone but not forgotten

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Carmen Braunda Isaac
Date of Death: November 28, 2021
In Loving Memory of
Carmen Braunda Isaac
December 1, 2021
11:00 am
t Clark & Battoo’s Chapel then to Lapeyrouse Cemetery

Mrs. Carmen Braunda Isaac devoted Roman Catholic. Daughter of Alma Henry. Spouse of Dr. Victor Isaac. Mother of Noelyn Howard, Christopher, Hugh & Carolyn Isaac. Grandmother of Kevin & Kyle Seetal, Myah Isaac. Great grandmother of Kaleb & Kaylee Seetal. Sister of Anthony & Oslar Henry & Bernice Henry Nero. Aunt of Many nieces & nephews. Funeral service takes place at 11:00AM on Wednesday 1st December 2021 at Clark & Battoo’s Chapel thence to the Lapeyrouse cemetery.  Following Covid-19 restrictions only invited family & friends will be allowed to attend the funeral service. Funeral service streamed live on Clark & Battoo’s You Tube Channel


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Angela Day-Inniss-Pidduck

Deepest sympathy on the passing of Lorna Pierre. I have known the Pierre family all my life in various spheres of life. Lorna Pierre had a most beautiful voice…I remember her as a teacher when my younger siblings were students at Miss Moore’s Private School in Woodford Street. Alma was my schoolmate, Althea was a prefect during my time in BAHS, Norman was a colleague in the Customs & Excise Division. The family’s home stood imposingly by itself on the corner lot at Kavanagh Street and Tragarete Road – opposite Roxy Cinema. Here again I lived around the corner at No 5 Broome Street for many years. With the passing of Lorna, an era has ended. It is now left to the next generation to carry on the legacy of the Kavanagh Street Pierres.

Latchmin Marajh

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of: Carmen Braunda Isaac..
Granted we are heartbroken when we lose a love one in death. But tell me , do you feel that death ends it all? Is there any possibility of seeing that person again?
Revelation 21:3,4 describes a future time when death will be no more. Imagine a time when no one will be dying , does that sound to good to be true? The Bible assures us that Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart, and those who are crushed in spirit he saves. ( Psalm 34:18. ) very soon all God’s promises for mankind will be a reality .
Prayer and God’s word will definitely help during this grieving process.

Angela Day-Inniss-Pidduck

Dear Rhetta Don’t know if you will remember me but have known your parents all my life, and was particularly close to your late Mom – Meiling – growing up.. Am very sorry to read of your Dad’s passing and do hope that you were here with him as the last I knew you lived abroad. My condolences and sympathy to you and Peter’s siblings.