Let the memory of Ivy be with us forever
  • 74 years old
  • Born on January 24, 1942 in Darlow, Clarendon, Jamaica.
  • Passed away on April 2, 2016 in May Pen, Clarendon, Jamaica.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ivy Clair, 74, born on January 24, 1942 and passed away on April 2, 2016. We will remember her forever.

WEDNESDAY 4th May 11am at StMichael The Archangel, Tokyngton,Wembley, HA9 6SL

We thank you all for the large turnout, the full church and reception. We thank the Lord for such a beautiful sunny day making the occasion even more special and memorable. 


Posted by Everton Blair on 2nd April 2019
I continue to miss you aunt Ivy.I had fond memories of each time we ran into each other.It was great getting to meet you and having a great relationship with you.your little cuz Everton.
Posted by Carmen Graham on 2nd April 2019
We Sadly miss you auntie, you are always in our thoughts. May you rest in peace love always Carmen
Posted by Carmen Graham on 2nd April 2017
Aunt I cant be-leave its one year already. It was only yesterday I was talking to you on the phone back in Jamaica. A great woman like you will never be forgotten, you always have a good word to say and good encouragements for the younger generations. I always look forward to spending my school holidays with you and your children back in the late 1968 to 1971 those were great days. Missing you and my lovely cousins Elaine & Wendy gone but not forgotten may the three of you rest in piece. Missing you loads love Carmen.
Posted by Mark Clair on 5th May 2016
Tribute From Of Faith Baptist Baptist Mission (May Pen, Clarendon, Jamaica) Missionary Ivy Clair was a member of the Tabernacle of Faith Baptist Mission, from about 2008 until the time of her passing. She was a vibrant member and a missionary at the church where she performed her duties profoundly. This included moderating, preaching and she was the co-ordinator for our annual Prayer Breakfast of which we always looked forward to. Her last two messages that she gave was about “Repentance and Preparation (be prepared). When we sum it up,because there is so much to say, we can only conclude – She was an awesome woman of God. A positive person. She was always encouraging her brethren to stay on the battle no matter the storm. Hence her favourite song which she loved to sing a lot was “The Anchor Holds tho’ the ship is battered.”She will be missed deeply especially on Sundays when we see her empty seat. She’s always moving in the spirit and so we know and can join with Paul in 2 Timothy Chapter. 4, verse 7 that says I have fought a good fight, I have kept the faith, I have finish my course, henceforth a crown awaits her. We love her and miss her tremendously. May her soul rest in peace and perpetual light shine on her always. As a church family we take comfort in the word of God. We weep not as those who have no hope, because we know we will see her again at the resurrection morning. God bless you and to the family, you are in our constant prayer.
Posted by Viviene Daley on 4th May 2016
My dear Aunt Ivy, Your life was a blessing to all who knew you and you touch so many of us. Your memory is a treasure. You are love beyond words and missed beyond a measure. Just because you are gone physically, you are always near. You still walk with me unheard. You were a woman of strong faith and you put God first no matter what you were going through. I was blessed to have you in my life because you taught how to be strong and not to give up and always put God first in my life. You always kept your loved ones close and prayed for them always. You will never be forgotten and you are always in my heart. May your soul rest in peace. Love you always, Your niece Viviene Daley
Posted by Pam Williams on 26th April 2016
My mum always use to tell me how I was exactly like Aunt Ivy when they were children growing up. Mum loved you so much Aunt Ivy as do we all. On behalf of the Gayle family please accept our sincere condolences to her husband Uncle James and her children, Errol, Mark and Paul. You are sadly missed by us all and we know you got a place of rest. Sleep on beloved sleep on and take your rest.
Posted by Uris Smith on 21st April 2016
My sister ,words cannot express adequately how much I miss you, my family love you so much it's hard to express Love Pat and family xoxo
Posted by Veronica Wright on 17th April 2016
My dear aunt Ivy
Posted by Sonia Bellot on 13th April 2016
To errol ,mark and paul and family my heart goes out to you all on such a sad time. Your mum was a beautiful woman and I know she will live on forever in all of your hearts
Posted by Jimmy Blackstock on 11th April 2016
Thanks Ivy for the pleasant childhood memories I have of you as a classmate at Rock School. Thanks for your simple kind greetings when we meet periodically over the years. Shirley and I are so pleased that we had the opportunity to see you in January.
Posted by Jackie Boothe on 10th April 2016
Aunty Ivy was one in a million. The original trooper! All that she endured, I don't ever remember seeing her without a smile. As I child I remember playing in the house in Alperton...always loved those visits. Aunty Ivy will never be forgotten...love you
Posted by Mark Clair on 10th April 2016
“If I don’t wake up in the morning, its alright its gonna be alright. If I don’t wake up in the morning I known, its alright its gonna be alright.” She fixed it up with Jesus a long long time ago, she paid her dues and if she should leave this world before the morning comes a crown is waiting for her and some golden shoes. My friends there is no need to weep and cry. God has prepared a better place way up in the sky. So when she don’t wake up in the morning, its alright its gonna be alright. She promised the Lord when she made her start, no matter what they do she’s going through. She saw through the storm, I sang through the rain and kept on trusting in Jesus name. So if she don’t live to see the sunrise she knew she had a home on the other side. “If I don’t wake up in the morning, its alright its gonna be alright.” William Brothers song for Mum.
Posted by Weston Bryan on 10th April 2016
My condolences to the family of aunt Ivy. A flower that had left its beauty along the sand of time that all who walk that path will be engulfed and now that she is gone she will take beauties there.
Posted by EJ Cee on 9th April 2016
Posted by Loreen Graham on 9th April 2016
May your burdens be lifted, May the Angels sing your name. Let the father our lord Jesus hold your hands now that you are at peace. You were a good woman; a woman of peace, love and laughter. May God give you forever lasting peace and forever lasting spiritual life. Love great niece (Loreen) xxxxxxxxxxx
Posted by Sandra Williamson Chamber... on 9th April 2016
People grieve in diffrent ways, and it can be difficult to choose the right words to express my sympathy and support but I try to believe in my heart that the pain of losing you forever and the sadness in my heart that the memory of you will always be in my heart and you will never be forgotten from your niece Sandra Williamson knowing to others as pat.
Posted by Tina Gayle on 9th April 2016
To my sweet sweet aunt Ivey. I Know that you will never be forgotten and always loved by all of us in the family.  I was so privileged to have you as my aunt, that meant so much to me, you were such an important part of our lives.  If only we could have had you here longer, your time was so short while you were here with us.  I am so grateful that some day I will see you again and get to spend eternity with you. Rest in peace until we meet again. God be with you on your journey. Amen. Tina and Jodilee 
Posted by Tilden Falconer on 9th April 2016
".....Blessed are the dead who dies in the Lord from now on." Yes ",says the Spirit, "they will rest from their labour, for their deeds will follow them." Rev 14:13 It is my belief that the host of Heavenly Beings rejoice to welcome home a sweet Angel, a woman of God who has "fought the good fight, and have finish the race, have kept the faith," and is now ready to receive the "crown of life, which the Lord the righteous judge will award to her on that day" Sis. Ivy, your life will continue to impact us as we continue this good fight of Faith. Rest well our sister, rest well.
Posted by Judith Thomas on 9th April 2016
Aunt Ivy was a family person, she believed in keeping family close. she always had a word of encouragement for every situation. There is never a dull moment around her. She shared all she had with her family and loved ones giving of herself physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Her passing is heart breaking and she is missed by all whose life she has touched. RIP aunt Ivy.

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