Amanda "Mandy" Maria George

14 March , 198819 January , 2019
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It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our beloved Amanda “Mandy” Maria George. She will be deeply missed by her mother Catherine George, her sister Valerie and her nephew Jevon and nieces Roxy and Jazzy. She will be sorely missed by all her sisters Alison, Carlene, Monica, Krista and Larraine. Family and friends may visit at the Jerrett Funeral Home - St. Clair Chapel (1141 St. Clair Ave., East of Dufferin St.) on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 3:00pm - 5:00pm & 7:00pm - 9:00pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Clare’s Church, 1118 St. Clair Ave. on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 10:00 am.

It has been asked that all guests attending Amanda's visitation or funeral service, do not wear the colour black. Amanda's wishes were that people do not mourn rather celebrate her wonderful and fulfilled life.


  • Visitation Friday, 25 January , 2019
  • Visitation Friday, 25 January , 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, 26 January , 2019
  • Entombment Saturday, 26 January , 2019

Amanda "Mandy" Maria George

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Sophia Smith

26 January 2019

My condolences to the family of Amanda. I know how hard it is to lose a precious member of your family. You are in my prayers. I met Amanda because she was my sister Ariels (princess) best friend. They were in the hospital together going through a sickle cell crisis. They were two peas in a pod. They loved each other very much. Amanda was broken up when we lost Ariel. I am so sorry that the family has to go through that same pain. Amanda please say hello to Princess when you see her.

Jemila David

25 January 2019

My dear Amanda,

Amanda and I met when we were 4 the first day of kindergarten. From that day we were inseparable. We lost contact in our teen years but we reconnected as adults. It was like we never missed a day. You were always smiling even when things were rough. Such a kind and gentle soul with the spirit of a fighter. The true definition of a friend. When I saw you last month I knew you weren’t doing well but you were still smiling. I love you so much Amanda you tought me how to be kind and pacient at a very young age. I will always cherish our memories all of the laughs we shared.

You will forever be my Mandy until we meet again.

Sleep in paradise

Latonya Griffiths

25 January 2019

Dear Mandy , I wasn’t ready for all this to happen my heart is so broken , I am truly blessed I got the chance to meet you when I did you were a big sister towards me a older sister I always wanted, As much as my hands would hurt I would dig to the bottom until you were happy . I’m not really sure how I’m going to cope with you not being by my side anymore fiscally I’ll definitely miss all your jokes , your smile , your happiness when I’m down , your inspiring spirit towards everybody was wonderful the time I got to spend with you was wonderful I couldn’t ask for anything better sis. Love you 💜💜

are not forever
Are not the end
It’s simply means
I’ll miss you
Until we meet again

tell Ariel hello for me 💋❤️
Till we meet again sis 💜💜
Where not done sis 💜💜

Melissa Alexander

24 January 2019

i remember and mandy and myself took javon out doing christmas shopping for granny omg...thats when i was going through the most hardest time of my life and she always gives me encouragement to stay strong and that she will always stand by me as i was for her...she always made me laugh and even when she was not well she always had a strong spirit that will never stop fighting....miss you lots my you always and forever.

Kathy Francis

23 January 2019

“I could not ask for more”. I could not ask for a more embracing and open hearted cousin. I saw Mandy more regularly as a kid and into her early twenties and the usual family gatherings. Always with a smile and warm embrace to catch up. Mandy you always seemed to bounce back. In my mind, you went to the hospital to be mended and that was easy to take for granted in the latter years. This time though was your time and believe me, lesson learned. I only wish I had talked to you more when you could talk more freely. That's why the visits over the last month meant so much to me. I’ll never forget how you reached over and held my hand and stretched your weaker arm to cover them again, you looked right at me because that day you could. This was you, warm, embracing and friendly and it gave me such peace. I’ll remember you as a social, spirited and strong willed young woman, with your own mind and that distinct style. Though I will miss you, I couldn’t ask more of you. I accept that now it's time for your rest.

Rayshanda Moore

22 January 2019

I will never forget the day we met when our parents mixed us up at the bus stop on our way for a 2 week adventure at summer camp. That was the day I made the most important friendship of 20+ years. Thank you for always being weird with me. Never condemning me for the many mistakes I made. Always lending a shoulder to cry on. Being my hype woman. Always supporting me and of course showing me what true friendship and sister hood was about. You were one of a kind Mandy! A true gem😇 you were always wanting to help and uplift others. I am honored to be your sister and best friend. I miss you dearly and so do the girls❤ but eventually we will be united again.

Sue Johnston

22 January 2019

Dear sweet Amanda, you touched so many people with your indomitable spirit!
I have such fond memories of Mandy as a little six year old girl with more energy and fight than anyone I had met - she had already survived a heart attack at that young age. Despite the hours spent in hospital and the pain she endured, she was such a free-spirit, full of ideas, always organizing everyone, championing a cause or encouraging a friend. Her love for her family was powerful. Her strength and bravery were called upon far too often over the years. She inspired me to be a better person.
My deepest sympathies to her whole family and in particular to her mother, "her rock", Catherine, her cherished sister Val, nephew Jevon and nieces, Jazzy and Roxy.
Mandy's spirit will live on in all those that she inspired.

Barbie Nelson

21 January 2019

Sky , I’m beside myself right now, I can’t believe your gone. I have pleasure of calling you my best friend, our adventurous time on gods green earth I’ll never forget. The love we had for each other was so intense and pure we loved so hard. You’d always say “Barbie you aren’t my mother “ I was so protective of you I wanted you to be fine. The conversations we had about all of this I’m sooo sorry this happened to you baby I know you weren’t done on earth. But I have to accept that you at peace and no longer in pain but that means now you really no longer in my life💔💔 god girl you know this is hurting me... I love you sky you know I do I live with our best friend tattoos until we meet again . I know your not alone you and Ariel have fun okay💋 sleep pretty okay best frennnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

Pamela Cunningham

21 January 2019

Her first trip to Jamaica, at sandcastle in ochi rios along with my daughter kadishia aka Barbie, i was the mother for her there we had a beautiful vacation that i will always treasure, along with the many thanksgiving dinners with my family she was part of my little family, rip Mindy that was her name from me.

Asia-A’aleigha Edwards

20 January 2019

Thank you for always being the best big kid ever and for never leaving me out! My mom broke it down for me that I won’t be able to see you physically she says but that you’ll walk with me, guide me and protect me spiritually because you are now my greatest angel. Auntie I want to tell you how proud I am of you because you never gave up in anything you did! I love you so much,
Love Asia💗