Guerla Louis Jules Paul

Last rites for Guerla Louis Jules Paul age 36 of Garden View Road, Prince Charles Drive will be held on Friday 25th September, 2020 at 11:00AM at the graveside in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard Roads. Officiating will be Prophet Stephen Munroe.

She is survived by her Husband: Evens Paul, Daughter: Rosalineda Paul, Brothers: Wilfred, James, Wilphine, Jacque, Mario, Lekinson, Rodson and Faddieus Jules, Sisters: Monique Joseph, Gertha and Selaine Jules, Marie Jules-Baptiste and Francieus Mauricette, Uncle: Elire Charliese and Luciano Francois, Aunts: Sheila Louis and Nadlia Jean, Nieces: Sargent Eranie Valcin, Redla, Erika Lully, Krystal Delancy Evans, Sargent Ebony Delancy, Fredericka Delancy, Krystin Delancy, Anthoniah, Anthonique, Antheriah Smith, Arnette, Ebony, Geoandrea, Monete and Youlanda Jules. Britney Jules, Japhenique, Zaria and Miah Jules, Maya, Mariah Jules. Jethande, Christina, Stephanie Baptiste, Nephews: Cludner, Jamond, Jamond, Jamon, Travis, Wilfred Jr., Jobens, Jacque Jr., Jacque, Dario Jules, Peterson, Wilson Baptiste, Kende, Stanly, Starenky Maruricette, Sisters in law: Laurette and Monique Jules. Brother in Law: Lafile Baptiste, Cousins: Camsus Lightbourne, Mildred O’Brien, Kendra, Kendisha, Crissey Lightbourne, Micheline Edwards. Kay Chipman, Sandra Outten, Odette Marc, Lovey, Janette and Myrtha Jean, Margette & Margret Louis, Roslyn Victor, Tasha, Shanika, Shirley, Shaianne, Angela, Kerline Toussaint, Rosita Simone, Dominique, Nadia, Wesley, George, Merlouse, Ketty, Stephanie and Violet. Special Friends: Marie Loyed, Joy Edmond, Michael Smith, Lakeisha Todd, Leslia Brice, Tiffany, Kimberly Dawkins, Marvin Munroe, Beth, Katie, Pamela Wallace, Andrea Lockhart, Phillipa Wilson. A host of other relatives and friends including 6 grandnieces and 1 grandnephew, The Mario’s Bowling Family and the C.C. Sweeting class of 2000.

The body will repose at Curtis Memorial Mortuary on Thursday from 12 noon to 5:00PM.


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