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Epiphana Simon Mendes

12 July, 196222 October, 2020

Epiphana Simon Mendes, 58, of W. Hyannisport, MA formerly of Boston, MA passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, October 22, 2020 with her adored family by her side. She was the loving spouse of Debra Ann Mendes whom she shared 17 years.

Epiphana was born in Saint Lucia, the daughter of Michael and Mary (Simon) Alexander. In addition to Debra, Epiphana is survived by her children Melissa Alexander of Edmonton, Alberta; Nancy Desir-Frederick of Saint Lucia; Ernie Aloysia Alexander of Saint Lucia; Curtis Trevor Alexander of Edmonton, Alberta and her 5 grandchildren. She also leaves behind numerous extended family members and an abundance of friends.

Epiphana worked in childcare, which was the love of her love. She enjoyed painting, adored flowers and loved to cook. She also loved fancy things including anything with bling and dazzle. Epiphana was mostly known for her big heart and generosity.

Arrangements are under the direction of Doane, Beal & Ames in Hyannis. To share a memory or for online condolences, please visit www.doanebealameshyannis.com.

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Gwendolyn Perry

November 18, 2020

From the beginnings of our friendship through Jubae , I had nothing but love for you Epiphana, your smile was contagious, your personality was beautiful, I’m happy glad you Jubae & I shared some lovely laughs & memories. Rest in Heavenly Peace young lady . Nothing but Love for you 💔

Nadine Fernandes

October 23, 2020

I will always remember your smile cousin. For it started in your heart, was reflected in your eyes and landed on your lips. Sometimes showing your teeth. How blessed was i to watch your eye roll when someone said something you thought was outrageous. Love never dies and i know the love you had for us all will always be with us, as our love will always be with you. I will miss you my friend.
I know my cousin Debra will miss you forever. The love i witnessed between the two of you I will never forget. 17 years is a long time. you were married and seeing the love during the good times was such a joy. God bless you both. May you have nothing but good times in heaven.

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