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Obituary For - Phyllis M. Hartman - Grenada

Name  " Phyllis M. Hartman "
Better Know As  Tant Phyllis
D.O.B  02/28/1941
D.O.D  11/27/2017
Parish From  St. George
District  Belmont
Place of Death  Brooklyn, NY
Service Date
12/07/2017 @ 5:00pm

Details:

Phyllis Mary Hartman was born in Grandmal, St. George’s on the small island of Grenada, W.I on February 28, 1941. As a young girl she attended St. Louis R.C Girls School, where she graduated and later professed her faith in Jesus as a dedicated member of the Catholic faith
Phyllis started her career at a young age as a police officer for Grenada Royal Police Force then due to her devoted work ethics her services was requested in the government house until the mid 80’s when she migrated to the United States. Upon migrating to the United States she started her career as a Home Health Aide and continued until her retirement. Phyllis was always known to be working, even after retirement, she continued to work taking care of an elder until her unexpected demised, November 27, 2017.
Being a work-a-holic was what many knew Phyllis for, but she also knew how to have fun. Phyllis travelled to many islands including Trinidad, and St. Croix. She also played net ball, and made it her business to never miss a carnival. Every few years she would enjoy parading in her costume during old mas. While in America, many looked forward to attending her yearly fun filled bus rides to Atlantic City. It was the most talked about event that everyone looked forward to, packed with food, entertainment, and lots of laughs. In her spare time, Phyllis enjoyed spending time in the casino, crocheting, and baking.
As a result of her generous spirit and pleasant personality, Phyllis was loved by many; her influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her son, Joseph Dixon.
Her beautiful life will forever be cherished in lives of many including her soulmate, Raymond; son, Winston; daughter in laws, Eslyn and Michelle; siblings, Carroll, Maria, and Alfa; her grand-children, Amma, Amanda, Randy, Randy Jr, Kawandy, Kenyatta, Kessie, Kitwana; her niece and nephews- Pamella, Antonio “Berisford”, Gilbert, Adonis, Paulina, Lourdes, Ann, Lourene, Loudermis, Godwin, Pat, Ray, Shirley, Bernadette and a host of others; close friends, Virigna, and Judith; a host of great grandchildren and many other family and friends too numerous to mention and too important to forget.

Special Info  St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church- 331 Hawthorne St Viewing 5:00-7:00. Service 7:00 PM Repast immediately following in lower level

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  Family/Friend Info:
Contact:   ESLYN
Location:  Brooklyn, New York, USA

 
 
phyllis had rich and rewarding life. may your memories of her continue to comfort you all and may the god of all comfort take care of the ones she left behind. certainly god will comfort you as he promised at psalms 34:18.
NS
JM [12/9/2017]
 

on behalf of my mom judith campbell and my sister jennifer labarrie, we would like to express our deepest sympathy to winston, eslyn, ama, bernadette and the extended family of miss phyllis. saddened by the sudden loss but grateful that we knew her; a friendship that will never be forgotten. farewell my friend until we meet again. may god comfort and strengthen you all during this difficult time.
DAIL DESOUZA
CENTRAL NJ [12/7/2017]
 

at this difficult time in your life, we pray that god will grant you the peace that you need to get through this. sincere condolences! from bernadette fraser and family
HERMIONE FRASER
BROOKLYN NY [12/6/2017]
 

u have my deepest condolences
ELLEN
BROOKLYN [12/4/2017]
 

my sincere condolences go out to the family of phyllis, although most of you would not know me because i knew phyllis from back in the days she was a police officer. she was a quiet humble and peaceful woman who was well respected among her peers. rest in peace my friend.
LLOYDRIS JOSEPH &FAMILY
BROOKLYN, N.Y. [12/4/2017]
 

my sincere condolences to the entire family, especially winston on behalf of the desouza and abraham family.we loved her and will truly miss her. may her soul rest in perfect peace.
TERESA MUNRO
BROOKLYN [12/2/2017]
 

my heart is heavy, my eyes are fill with tears how could you leave without saying good bye,why why did you have to die. only last week i called to hear your voice and to let you know i love you. you could of told me good bye😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢. to my dad,my step-mother,my aunt berndette,my children,my sister,my brothers, my cousins, i know it's hard to know that tant phyllis is gone but would never ever be forgotten. we have to be there for each other. may her soul rest in perfect peace.
AMA DIXON
GRENADA [11/30/2017]
 

our condolences go out to winston and eslyn on the passing of his mother ms.phyllis hartman,may god comfort you during this time of grief.
DAVID &JONITA RAYMOND
EASTON PA [11/29/2017]
 

to: friend(duffy),eslyn & family no one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. however, take comfort in knowing that mom is now resting in the arms of our lord. our deepest condolences to you and your family. from :judy & family
JUDY
BROOKLYN, NY [11/29/2017]
 

i am very sorry to hear about your loss. some comforting scriptures that help me to cope is acts 24:15 and psalm 34:18 i look forward to the time when death will be no more isaiah 25:8
ROBERT
GRENADA [11/29/2017]


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