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OBITUARY

Ameline Amanda Peat

27 September, 191410 July, 2020
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Ameline Amanda Peat also known as Ms. Ivy was born on September 28, 1914 in St. Mary, Jamaica to Adina Keys and Lester Peat.

She was the third of six children; she spent most of her childhood years in Days Mountain Oracabessa. She later relocated to Sandside where she resided with her family until she migrated to Plantation Florida in 2002. Ms. Ivy passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on July 10, 2020.

Ms. Ivy was a beloved mother and friend. She is survived by her six children Masie Lewis, Salome Williams, Danial Williams, Hortense Mckenzie, Henry and Retinella Taylor, Twenty Eight grandchildren, Thirty three great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

Ms. Ivy’s kindness had no limits, her love knew no boundaries and her devotion to her family was her life’s work. She enjoyed cooking for her family and sharing with her neighbors. She was loved and respected by all who knew her. She will be greatly missed but will forever be remembered.

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Tasha Beckford

3 August 2020

Ms Ivy you have truly lived🙏at 104 God have decided to call you home to be with him😇I am truly honored and blessed that I was able to meet such a magnificent phenomenal woman🙌The way you use to greet me was just amazing. You were a very caring, and loving woman🤗I use to just admire the way how you would light that cigarette and smoke it (smile) 😊you have done greatness on this earth🌹may your sweet soul rest in paradise. Love you dearly ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Donna Hallpike

2 August 2020

FROM MY HOUSE TO YOUR HOUSE on the loss of your dearly departed Miss Ivy. 🌻 May the constant love of caring friends soften your sadness. 🌻May cherished memories bring you moments of comfort . 🌻 May lasting peace surround your grieving heart. 🌻 Rest in Peace Miss Ivy we love you but Jesus loves you best.🌻

Kasia McKenzie

1 August 2020

One of my greatest joys was coming to SouthFlo to visit my granny. There was so much in you I saw in myself, a true matriarch. I always made it my point of duty to get there!

I am enormously n immensely grateful I had the opportunity to visit with you many times. You will always be remembered and never forgotten. May you now sleep in peace.

You will be missed by us all! Love you always. xoxo

Peggy, Chris, Kasia and family.

Pansy Salmon

1 August 2020

I knew Miss Ivy as a child growing up in Sandside. I was a close neighbor who played with her younger children and grand child at her home. Miss Ivy was a loving, caring and pleasant person. She always make sure everyone is taking care of. When you visit her home she was very welcoming! It is said People who live long have good genes, her age tells it All.
May her soul Rest In Peace and light Perpetually shines on her!

Rose Marie ( Janice) Walters

1 August 2020

Sincere condolences from my mother (Miss Zerodene Brown, otherwise known as *Ms. Damsel* ) , and her entire family, of Sandside, St. Mary, Jamaica. Ms. Ivy was a blessed soul.

Janice

Donna Davis

1 August 2020

Sexy that is the name I give momma because we are best friends momma pulled in. The kitchen to help counting plates and make sure all plates get food her friends from the street and her grandchildren momma was the best cook she cook the best pot roast in the kitchen with momma she cook a lot. But some people not getting food because she started sharing too heavy in the first place. Now I am doing big pot cooking momma I running the kitchen at a young age I am doing big pot momma handed it over to. Well now I am talking for my self momma was so much there for me careless who missed out too bad.i enjoy momma so much if you ask if I missed her yes I do the first two nights with out momma I wake oh my god the house feel so so miss. I cry that morning so bad yes I know momma is a hundred and something and she lived a full life. I know momma was going home because I see the change in her one just one she was asking me for a lot of water the other night I went to checked in on her asked me to come in the bed with her momma kisses my face so so hard so say this to her I will be your only grand to get take pictures and have this special moment and in bed with she smiled then went to momma and me are two best friends I am the only one of her grand who rub my face with momma we love to talk junk. Momma not perfect get over it. The Friday morning I wake up momma I say to her I don't know if I will come back and see but I did help to put her in bed rubbing her and talking momma open her eyes so wide
For me I stepped out of the room momma sleep away. Miss you sexy.

Mark Campbell

1 August 2020

May the Lord Jesus Christ lest your soul rest in peace aunt Ivey and the family members be strong in Jesus name Amen.

Madge Easton daughter

31 July 2020

Aunt ivy was a caring aunt Love her family much she is my father Easton sister I use to visit sand side when she was living there and I can remember how she use to cook the big pot of food she loves her family after she left to USA it was my privilege to go with my sister Jean to visit her even though it was a long time we didn't see her she remain same caring ask lot of questions she did say if she has money she would come to Jamaica with us we laughed such nice person may her soul rest in peace 🙏🙏 this is Madge Easton daughter greatly missed

Marva And Bev

31 July 2020

Donna, sorry to hear that Miss Ivy passed. She was a forced to be reckoned with, she hold no prisoners; speak her mind and was very kind to everyone. I would say she lived! I believe her secret to a long life was to do whatever you want and if it is your time it is your time. Oh and smoke cigarettes inside out, lol. Please share my condolences to the rest of family. I wish I could be there to mourn her with you but I am currently at military school and cannot leave. I know you are the matriarch of the family and is expected to take care of everything. Please send me a way so I can contribute what I can to help with that responsibility. Miss Ivy helped us at a time when not even our blood would. 😢 I grieve with you. May her soul Rest In Peace. 😢😢😢😢😢


Love Always
Marva

Andrea Gray

31 July 2020

Mama Ivy Peat gone but will never be forgotten,her sense of humor love and kindness for others can't be measured she shared with everyone that set foot in your yard,sometimes what she shared didn't even belongs to her when they say Miss Ivy it was the last one she say "cho wi wi get more mon". When it comes to cooking Ivy peat was the best, some of the best ackee and fried chicken back I ever had in my life came from here hands oh my gosh. Mama Ivy I'm surely going to miss you thanks for all the good memories you left with us, heaven welcome you

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