Gone but not forgotten

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Esther Waldron
Date of Death: June 7, 2021
In Loving Memory of
Esther Waldron
June 11, 2021
9:30 am
St. Crispins Anglican Church, Alberto Street, Woodbrook thence to the Lapeyrouse Cemetery

WALDRON, Esther age 105. Mother of Glenn Mottley (deceased) and Marlene Gilbert.  Grandmother of Natasha Moore, Glenn Jr, and Gregory Mottley.  Great grandmother of 9.

Great great grandmother of 2.  Aunt of Merle Cummings Roach. Great Aunt of Marva, Purnell, Ian, Louis, Michael, Allison, Arlene and Charlene Roach.  Funeral at 9:30 am Friday 11th June, 2021 at St. Crispins Anglican Church, Alberto Street, Woodbrook thence to the Lapeyrouse Cemetery.


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Yvette , Parkinson & Family

On behalf of the Parkinson’s family(and Darryl), we are reaching out to you, giving you our deepest condolences in the hope of giving something to hold on to, and give you a reason to continue to trust in the Lord.
Your mom may be gone from your sight, but she will never be truly gone as long as she remains in your heart.
Keep holding the Jesus,for He is your special friend.
Be blessed.

Brenda Prince

Dear Marlene,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Mudsy is gone from our sight but never from our hearts.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss, from my family and our netball fraternity.
…with sincere sympathy.💐

Jocelyn Ann Hughes

My deepest condolence on behalf of myself and the family to you Marlene and the rest of the bereaved. Aunty Esther certainly shall be missed nevertheless be strong. She lived a very productive life and she was well loved by many. God has taken her home and I am certain that she will be welcome home in glory. Just focus on those wonderful times you were privileged to spend with her: I had some moments myself very memorable one she gave me the name for my daughter. So smile when you can and cry when it comes. Remember we are all destined for that journey. Praise God we shall meet her on the other side when the saints go marching home. Gods richest blessing peace and love.
From : Jocelyn