Pauline Naomi Granda
November 10, 1945 – August 5, 2019
Pauline Naomi Granda, aged 74 passed away on August 5, 2019, while in the care of Hospice House of the Treasure Coast in Fort Pierce, FL. She was the widow of Henry Paul Granda with whom she shared 22 years of marriage at the time of his passing.
Born in Hampstead, Jamaica, W.I., St. Mary Parrish, she was the daughter of Alva Lindo and Iris Mae Cammock. She received a scholarship to and attended Aberdeen Primary and Junior High School. From there Pauline went on to graduate from Nursing school at the University of the West Indies, where she would work for the next 51 years as a registered Nurse. She was employed by Family Home Health as a Clinical Manager, in Port St Lucie, FL.
She was a member of Hope Lutheran Church. She enjoyed traveling, shopping, wrestling, going to dinner with her friends and being with her kids and grandkids. She will be remembered for her wonderfully giving spirit, her smile, her laugh and the beauty she showed inside and out. Pauline loved nursing and her coworkers and patients loved being around her, as she was dedicated to helping others because it showed in her work and her work ethic.
She is survived by her daughter Shelley Tillman (Steven) and grandson Devon M Brown of Port St Lucie, FL., son Codi Fletcher (Theresa) and granddaughters Caylin Danielle Fletcher of New Jersey, Jessica McCoy and Alexis Deeson of Port St Lucie, FL., and daughter Francoise Granda a.k.a. “Gigi” of Port St Lucie, FL. Her most treasured cousin, Faye Bansie (Monique, Richard, Aliyah, and Gabrielle) of Hampstead, Jamaica. Her stepchildren, Patrice Ann Granda and children James, and Theresa and great-granddaughter Empress of New Jersey, Michael Granda of Ft Myers FL, and Stacey Corke of New York. Pauline also leaves behind to mourn her loss 3 sisters Hyoline, Lefulia, and Loverna and 2 brothers Merton, and Enos and 17 nieces and nephews. One sister in law, Flora McKenley of Orlando, FL. and One Brother in law, Raphael Granda (Ghislaine) of Missisauga, Ontario. Her honorary children Donette McKenzie of Canada (Cylvanna, Shyanne, and Gregory), and Angelique Savino (James and Naomi) of Queens, New York and her adopted family The Felix’s of Port St Lucie and the Smith Family also of Port St Lucie, that all lovingly referred to her as mom and nana. She will also be missed by all of her friends, coworkers and everyone that crossed her path. She is predeceased by her husband Henry Paul Granda, her precious grandson Raland R Brown, her beloved mother Iris, her most cherished sister Hazel and her incredible brother Marvin.
On August 16, 2019 from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. a viewing will be held at Aycock Funeral home located at 1504 S.E. Floresta Drive, Port St Lucie, FL. and on August 17, 2019 at 10 a.m. a funeral service will be held at Hope Lutheran Church located at 1750 Lennard Rd, Port St Lucie, FL.
Memorial Contributions may be made in Pauline's honor to Hope Lutheran Church 1750 Lennard Rd, Port St Lucie, FL 34952
- Visitation and Celebration of Life Service Friday, August 16, 2019
- Funeral Service for Pauline Naomi Granda Saturday, August 17, 2019
Pauline Naomi Granda
August 17, 2019
I first met Ms. Pauline through her son Codi Fletcher who is a close friend of mine. A beautiful woman of God with a sweet, kind presence. You will truly be missed. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel. RIH Ms. Pauline.
August 14, 2019
I met Pauline at Ardenne High School we were a close group of 7 We were both from St Mary. She was 6 months ahead of me in Nursing at University Hospital School of Nursing. We were always in touch after coming to USA and later met in New York. I moved to Florida and she later moved her family to Pt St Lucie. My family and I were there after Paul passed but a while back we lost touch. I will always cherish the good time s we had. Rest in the Lords arms my friend.
August 11, 2019
Pauline was a batch mate in nursing school a wonderful, loving young lady, went to her wedding when she married Fletcher,she moved to Chicago, I moved to NY she moved to Queens sometime later. I remember her kindness every day wheni I am in my kitchen because she & her second husband Henry gave me a beautiful high grade kitchen knife set for my wedding gift which I use daily. for the pass 44 yrs.Since she moved to Florida we lost touch. My support of love, prayers are with her family. Her beautiful memories will continue to be a part of me daily. In sharing with your grief, may she rest in peace until we see her in the hereafter. May God continue to comfort her family as they enjoy the unique memories they have as they bonded then with her. Lovingly Lois Vaz
August 9, 2019
Pauline, my beautiful friend. I will always remember your laugh and that amazing smile. I never heard a negative word come from your mouth. I'm trying to accept that Heaven has gained a warrior and I have lost my dear friend. I am so blessed to have worked side by side with you. God's speed my friend until we meet again. I love you.
August 7, 2019
I didn't get to know her that much but I got to meet her in person before she passed away everyone will miss you aunt Pauline
August 7, 2019
Pauline was an amazing nurse and leader. She was a dedicated employee and her commitment to her team was envious. She was a friend like no other. She will be greatly missed. Rest in eternal peace Pauline.
August 7, 2019
I will never forget this fine lady. She was one of my most favorite nurses. She had a wonderful laugh and a beautiful sense of humor. I will miss you dearly Pauline. May you rest in peace