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DORRIEN MITCHINSON DAVIS

DAVIS – On 27TH May 2015. DORRIEN MITCHINSON of #16 Ventnor Gardens, Apt #3 Rockley, Christ Church. Retired Postmistress of Worthing Post Office, Christ Church. Widow of Eustace H. Davis. Mother of Susan Gregory and Ron Davis. Step-mother of Janet Tryhane and Francie Toppin. Grandmother of Clint, Kelly-Ann, Tanya, Christine and Brent. Great grandmother of Shane. Mother-in-law of Geoffrey Gregory and Suzanne Davis. Step mother-in-law of Harold Tryhane and Pat Toppin. The funeral leaves BRYAN’S FUNERAL HOME Belmont Road, St. Michael on Wednesday 3rd June 2015 for St. Ambrose Church Wellington Street Bridgetown, St. Michael where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10.00a.m. for a service of thanksgiving. The cortege will then proceed to the Westbury Cemetery for the interment. In lieu of flowers, donations to the St. Ambrose Church Building Fund will be greatly appreciated. Organist and members of the church choir are kindly asked to attend. No mourning colours by special request.

3 thoughts on “DORRIEN MITCHINSON DAVIS

  1. I have a heavy heart today hearing of Auntie Dor’s passing. While I didn’t know her for a long time she became very important to me and my family very quickly. Her unreserved acceptance of us as family without question showed her kindness and generosity. I have fond memories of playing Skip-Bo with Auntie Dor, she loved her card games but I think she loved winning even more!

    Her memory lives on in my heart. Please accept my sincerest sympathies at this very difficult time.

    This quote helps me when I think of my father, it’s from an unknown Irish tombstone: “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal.” I hope it may bring you all some comfort too.

    Phyllis-Ann

  2. My deepest regret was not been able to see Auntie Dor before she passed. She is one beautiful lady with a heart of gold. My prayers and thoughts are with Susan and Ron and families.

    Love,
    Dorothy

  3. It saddens my heart to hear of Auntie Dor’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and I was happy to have known her, even for a short time. It was she who allowed me to have the connection to my father’s (Ralph Downey) past and hear all of the great stories about how they would go and try and find my father after school. My deepest sorrow is that we (Dorothy, Phyllis-Ann and myself) didn’t get down in time again to spend some more time with her but her memory lives in my heart.

    My deepest sympathies for Susan and Ron and their families at this time.

    Sincerely, Annis Downey

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