ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Claudina Boldon 98 years old, born on November 3, 1912 and passed away on January 29, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Aisha Bowen on November 3, 2020
We love you and miss you Granny. I think of you often, rest in everlasting peace.
Posted by Marlene Olivier on November 3, 2020
Love you Granny
Posted by Aisha Bowen on January 29, 2020
Today marks 9 years since you left us, we love you Granny
Posted by Marlene Olivier on November 3, 2019
Love you granny❣️
Posted by Marlene Olivier on November 3, 2016
Happy Birthday Granny!
Posted by Anisah Boldon on November 3, 2016
Happy Birthday Granny! Love you bunches!
Posted by Anisah Boldon on January 29, 2016
Wow Granny. I can't believe you've been gone for 5 years. Missing you every day. I know you're always watching over us. I hope that you will continue to guide me as I make choices in this world. Love you forever Granny. I hope you are smiling up there!

Love, Anisah
Posted by Anisah Boldon on November 3, 2015
Happy birthday to an amazing grandmother. I cannot believe you are 103 today. I hope to one day be as generous, loving, and faithful as you were. Please remember that you are forever in our hearts and that we are all missing you.

Love, Anisah
Posted by Anisah Boldon on November 3, 2014
Hi Granny. I just wanted to wish you a happy birthday and let you know that I am always thinking of you, especially now during my senior year of college. You have always been a source of inspiration for me, so please guide me as I finish up my college career. I love you so much Granny. RIP.
Love, Anisah
Posted by Aisha Bowen on November 3, 2013
I love you Granny. You are missed and forever a part of me, you are my strength. On this day of all, you are forever loved.
Posted by CYRIL BOLDON on January 29, 2013
Mammie
Already two years..???
.We still need you and miss you...there is a void nothing can fill...holes in the wall that need plugging...
What a loss ! We miss you
R.I.P
Posted by Anisah Boldon on January 29, 2013
There isn't a day that passes where I do not think of you. You are truly the wind beneath my wings. I cannot believe that it's already been two years since you departed this earth. I know you are I'm a better place now, but I often wonder why God had to take you away from me. Being so young, I took for granted the short amount of time I was able to spend with you. I love you always. Anisah
Posted by Wilma Alleyne on November 3, 2012
How time flies but love remains, goes deeper and is forever new. Happy Birthday Mrs Boldon as you continue on your still new experience called eternal life. As we say in the Unity Organization- "I loveyou I bless you I apppreciate you, I behold the Christ in you"
Posted by Ayanna Streete on February 22, 2011
I Love and miss you Granny
Posted by Hollis Scott on February 14, 2011
Hollis Scott & family

Rest in Peace "Ma Boldon"

God broke our hearts to prove to us he only takes the best!
Posted by Wilma Alleyne on February 8, 2011
The longer our parents stay around is the closer we get to them and the more we miss them. I know for sure that she will live on in your hearts and as the first two lines of the Native American Prayer states "I give you this one thought to keep.I'm still with you I do not sleep". Enjoy your well earned rest.Condolences from Osei Sekou and Akil as well
Posted by KEnneth ARNEAUD on February 8, 2011
My condolences to the BOLDON family. I knew Ma BOLDON when i was a kid. She was a very kind and religious lady .I lost contact with the family,about 35or40 years.I met CYRIL in the pan yard in ATLANTA about 6 yrs.ago.MA BOLDON RIP.
Posted by deborah hosam on February 7, 2011
In my Rose Garden of memories
I know you'll always be
for though your're gone
from this mortal world
In my heart you'll always be

Miss you Ma Boldon - thanks for your knowledge and love!
Posted by Theo Cayenne on February 7, 2011
I will always have very fond memories of Ma Boldon. During my years playing soccer with the Islanders, her support for both of her sons and the team was unmatched. I can still remember her teasing my then four year old daughter Andrea, who is now twenty-eight, about showing up at one of our games all dressed up and trying to walk in heels. My heartfelt sympathy to all family members.
Posted by Michael Pierre-Davis on February 6, 2011
My memory is of Ma Boldon at Caribbees' games. She was a staunch supporter. May she rest in peace. To those left behind, please accept my deepest condolences
Posted by Annemarie Stephens on February 6, 2011
It has been years since I’ve seen Ma Bolden, with her move to Florida---but I remember clearly it was on a flight going to Trinidad for Carnival---Ma was way into her 80’s at the time. I loved her spirit; her family was blessed to have her with them for as long as they did. She has truly fought the good fight, may she rest in peace….
Posted by sylvan murrell on February 6, 2011
Lives of great men and women, all remind us that we can make our lives sublime, and departing leave behind us footprints on the sands of time. Footprints that perhaps another,travelling through life's solemn main, a forlorn and shipwrecked brother, seeing shall take heart again.Ma Boldon definitely left her FOOTPRINTS on the SANDS of TIME.We will miss you. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Cleopatra C on February 6, 2011
Ma Bolden was a woman among women. Always a warm and pleasant greeting, coupled with an inviting smile. You will truly be missed. God has gained another ANGEL to watch over and guide us. Forever in our hearts.
Posted by Carl Wilkinson on February 3, 2011
I met Ma Bolden thru My dearest Pam and Gerry. I will always remember (Ma Bolden) her soft, sweet, welcoming smile and the kind way in which she spoke to me. To Ma Bolden's Family "My Deepest Sympathy" at this time.
Carl Wilkinson
Posted by Charles Olivier on February 2, 2011
Though we know death is certain, the passing of a mother remains hard to accept. There is an emptiness and lonesomeness that will last for a very long time if not forever. However, the wonderful memories of "Ma Bolden" as she was affectionately called, will be a source of comfort to all. Our sympathy and love go out to th Bolden family. May you all find solace in knowing we care.

C & W Olivier
Posted by Owen & Yvonne Streete on February 2, 2011
Knowing Ma Boldon has enriched our lives and we are saddened by her passing. She has lived a full life and has now moved on to a better place. May her soul rest in peace.
Posted by Zeeska Lee on February 2, 2011
RIP Claudina Boldon, a Trini Rosa Parks from Nelson Street who refused to have her children sit at the back of the bus.
Posted by Aileen Clarke on February 1, 2011
Ma Bolden will always be missed by me-Years ago when Pam and Gerry were living in California Ivisited at a time when I was going through my personal healing-she gave me a book of prayers to read I wrote down a few and to this day these prayers are part of my morning meditation.This is just one: "I cast all burdens onto my Christ within and go free".She has gone to that eternal place-
Posted by Aisha Bowen on January 31, 2011
Please join us in celebrating Claudina's life:

Viewing: Thur Feb 3rd 5p-9p
Venue: Scarano Funeral Home
Address: 9000 Pines Blvd Pembroke Pines, FL 33024

Service: Fri Feb 4th 11am
Venue: St. Bonaventure Catholic Church
Address: 1301 SW 136th Ave Davie, FL 33325

*Celebration of life immediately after service at Olivier residence*
Address: 2543 Jardin Ln Weston, FL 33327

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Posted by Aisha Bowen on November 3, 2020
We love you and miss you Granny. I think of you often, rest in everlasting peace.
Posted by Marlene Olivier on November 3, 2020
Love you Granny
Posted by Aisha Bowen on January 29, 2020
Today marks 9 years since you left us, we love you Granny
Recent stories

Teachings....

Shared by Omar Olivier on March 12, 2011

Granny has always shared her words of wisdom with me! One that she told me when I was a little boy; "Never spend your last dollar out of your wallet"! And still till this day I aways make sure I never spend that last dollar.

There is so many more but that is one that replays in my head every single time I open my wallet. 

Shared by Anisah Boldon on February 1, 2011

 I remember driving down to San Jose to go swimming in Uncle Leroi's pool. She made me feel so "small." She was in her eighties and swimming laps and I couldn't even swim past the stairs! I also loved going to the mall with her and trying on hats.

Peaches and sugar

Shared by Abiola Boldon on February 1, 2011

Whenever I went to California in the summer, she would make me peaches and sugar. I think she picked them off the tree in Aunty Marlene’s backyard. I remember thinking it was the best thing since slice bread :-)!!! To this day, I cannot have peaches and sugar and not think of her.