PARYAG, Jacqueline Ann
Date of Death : 29-Dec-2019
Date of Funeral : 09-Jan-2020 (11:00 am)
Funeral Location : St. Theresa’s R.C. Church
PARYAG, Jacqueline Ann died peacefully on 29th December 2019 She was the wife of Raymond Paryag. Daughter of Mitchell and Fedora Lashley (dec). Mother of Keith, Johnny, Elizabeth, Charles and Benedict. Mother-in-law of Joanne, Lisa and Kathy. Grandmother of Jean-Keone (dec), Kim, Keitha-Rae, Jonathan, Stephanie, Jonathan, Brandon, Kayla, Wesley, Rene, Shantal, Daniel and Blaize. Great Grandmother of Shane, Samantha, Izayah, Dominic, Ayanna, Rebecca, Charlotte and three others. Sister of Sonny (dec), Ali (dec), Dennis (dec), Boyie, Felice and Michael. Sister-in-law of Professor William Aspinall, Vicky Lashley, Yolande and Tracy Paryag and the Paryags of Grenada. Aunt of Solange, Mary, Michelle, Martin and Marcia Carol (dec) and the children of Sonny Lashley. Relative of the Lashley, Allen, Alleyne, Nieves, Superville, Lara, Petamber, Miller, Lee, Gomes and Chen Wing. Close Friend of Simone Lee-Dayal, Tristan Dayal, Gilbert and Sharon Sankar. Funeral at 11am Thursday 9th January 2020 at St. Theresa’s R.C. Church, de Verteuil Street, Woodbrook. Cremation to follow at the Crematorium, Long Circular Road, St. James TO SEND CONDOLENCES PLEASE VISIT For enquiries; call C&B: 625-11
Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. From Cathy, Pat and Raymon Shepherd.
Cathy Shepherd
We express our deepest condolences to Ray and family, in affectionate and fond memory of Jacqui, our sister, aunt, godmother, great aunt and sister-in-law. Felice, Willy, Solange and Mary, Carole and Imogen, Henry and Alexander.
Willy Aspinall
My condolences to the family and friends of Jacqueline Ann Paryag. Losing someone who is dear to us can be really difficult to cope. I always find comfort in this scripture at Acts 24:15, “There is going to be a resurrection.” We can be assured that Almighty God who gives life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died. So may you find comfort from the scriptures and may the comfort that God provides help you and the family through this very difficult time.
Merlene Floyd-Bristol

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