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Naomi M Dabreo
December 6, 1929 ~ January 10, 2024 (age 94) 94 Years Old
My very dear and loving mother has now ended her lifelong journey here on earth and is now in her permanent home with the Angels up in Heaven.
This journey began 94 years ago when she was born, on a tiny Island in the Caribbean called Grenada.
As a child, she enjoyed playing outdoors with her other siblings in the warm sunshine of this tropical paradise. She enjoyed many days swimming in the pristine waters of the rivers and frolicking in the sun on the sandy beaches.
My mother grew up enjoying the homegrown fresh fruits of the island like mangoes, oranges, and plums grown on this tropical rainforest Island. She would sometimes climb the trees to get those she couldn't reach from the ground and eat fresh grown vegetables from her parents' garden.
My mother met my father Peter there and gave birth to eight children, of whom there are now four who survive her, in addition to many grandchildren, great grand, and several great, great, grandchildren begotten from her lineage.
And now that she has accomplished her life's work here on earth, our good Lord has decided the long voyage is over, and it is time for her return home.
So, we must not grieve too much for her, now that this journey has ended.
Our good Lord has her cradled in his loving arms and is taking her home so she can rest peacefully in his Heavenly Kingdom.
I love you and miss you my beloved Mother, you are, and always will be, the Queen of my heart.
I am, and continue to be, your devoted daughter Elsa.
My Mother's favorite quote was "let me tell you something" She would say this whenever she wanted to have the upper hand in a conversation, especially when she knew she was on the losing end. Remembering her this way brings a smile to my face, and I think that's the way she would like to be remembered.