This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Michelle Chin, born on November 16, 1980, and passed away on May 13, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Suzanne Green on May 13, 2022
It was just yesterday that we lost you, Michelle. We will live on in memory of you. There is not a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. May Jehovah keep you in his loving arms and wake you up when the morning has come.
Posted by Lorraine McKenzie on May 13, 2022
It's a year already and it seems like just yesterday......Michelle the hurt haven't subsided and I can't tell when it will but I know it will be ok someday. Continue to SIP girl.....
Posted by Yamalia Martin on May 13, 2022
Wow.. It has being a year since u left us..i still talk about u. We miss u so much Michy..
Posted by Tammy Woolly on May 13, 2022
Girl this hits hard, I still can believe your gone. I have so much to tell you but your in heaven chilling with Jesus, while the rest of us are here miserable. Your absence have left a huge void in this world. You're my forever friend, love❤Tammy
Posted by Camile Morgan on May 13, 2022
I am still in disbelief that you are really gone. I keep including you in our conversations in the office. I do hope you are having a perfect rest. Sleep on until then my friend .
Posted by Sheryl Thompson on November 17, 2021
Mich, I dreaded seeing the date Nov 16th knowing you wouldn't be here. I've always looked forward to you telling me Hbd on the 18th. You are truly missed.
Posted by Camile Morgan on November 16, 2021
Happy Birthday .  I know it would have been a happy one. 

Miss you bad girl. It's hard just thing about you. Just holding on until. Peace michy boo.
Posted by Lorraine McKenzie on November 16, 2021
....Happy birthday on the other side Michelle until we meet again....
Posted by Camesha Little on November 16, 2021
As today marked your birthday, the memories come rushing in and once again i plunge into sadness. I cant recall a day passing and I dont call your name. Happy Birthday Michelle in Heaven. Until we meet again.. rest well Michelle.
Posted by Suzanne Green on July 1, 2021
Michelle..... a bubbly, strong, helpful, loving, responsible woman. Gave her all to her family and her career, regardless of the circumstances. Easy to get along with.
The good and sweet die young. Sleep easy, Michelle. Love you forever. I know I will see you again.
Posted by Cool Breeze on June 30, 2021
I live outside Jamaica and Miss Chin as I called her served me with distinction. I could call or email any time and would a prompt response. I was taken aback when I sent you an email the other day without getting a response, only to learn on your untimely passing. I want to extend my condolences to friends, family and well wishers. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Christian Watt on June 17, 2021
Michelle, you were truly a pleasure to work with... always so pleasant and bubbly. You will be missed. RIP Michell.
Posted by Ivy Nethersole on June 16, 2021
It is very difficult to say farewell to someone so young, so vibrant, one that was so full of life. I will always remember your radiant smile and your pleasant personality.

The industry has lost a true treasure. You will be greatly missed.

Rest in peace Michelle.

Posted by Jermaine Manhue on June 16, 2021
To say I will miss you does no justice to how i feel, no amount of tears can express the pain I am feeling by losing you. Just want to say thanks for the privilege and honor of sharing a lifetime with you. There are no goodbyes, you will forever be in my heart and memories.  S.I.P Mich
Posted by Donna Mckenzie on June 14, 2021
My heart is so sadden by your passing there is not a day when you don’t cross mind . It’s so hard to come to grips with. We spoke on Sunday for Mother’s Day and just like that your gone. I give God thanks to have known such a sweet soul . You will forever be missed lady M my heart and prayers are with your family
Posted by Susan Walters-Grant on June 14, 2021
My parent will be sadly missed by all staff of the one-way early childhood center she is one of our number I parent always giving she contribute to he child development in every way you can think of sorry that we can't be there but she is gone to a place of rest and God is going take care of the family in Jesus name be strong
Posted by Camile Morgan on June 14, 2021
Mich, Michy boo, Chin....I am still coming to grips with the fact that you are no longer here with us.  It's so hard to say good bye, so I wish you eternal peace.

I'll Be Waiting for You
By Kelly Roper

Although your heart may be broken,
There's no need to weep for me.
I'm in a wonderful place now,
Where I'm happy and so carefree.

I had to go, but I've left behind
Good memories to comfort you.
Concentrate on the best times we had,
And try not to feel so blue.

For one day we'll be together again,
To laugh and sing and play.
You'll be so glad to see me again,
It will seem I was gone just one day.

So try to lift up your heads now,
And dare to set grief aside,
Because I'll be waiting here for you,
To welcome you to the other side.

Rest in peace Mich.

Posted by Islandboi876 yardi on June 12, 2021
Truly a great loss. Happy to have known you and your warm personality, walk good.
Posted by Davidee Myers on June 11, 2021
Michelle, I am still loss for words, your bright smile and positive personality will truly be missed. I my condolences to your family and the entire FFK team.
Posted by Michael Leon on June 11, 2021
I am still numb...Michelle your transition was so sudden. I will miss your quiet demeanor and genuine kindness. May you sleep in eternal peace. My deepest condolences to the family and to her fellow FFK team.
Posted by Anthony O'Gilvie on June 10, 2021
It is with deep sadness that I learned of the passing of Ms.Chin.
As a client of FFk I got great customer support from her. My motor vehicles are due for reinsurance around the time of Boys' and Girls' champs and as soon as I enter the customer service department Ms. Chin decked in something purple and I would have great conversations about that great institution despite being surrounded by our arch-rivals chief of whom was her supervisor. I admired her fortis spirit. Sincere condolences to the FFk family, her immediate family, and friends. Rest in peace Ms.Chin a real KC supporter. I will always remember you.  Fortis Forever.
L.Anthony O'Gilvie, JP
Posted by Ann Marie Bankasingh on June 10, 2021
This is so hard. I cant believe this is real. You brought happiness, joy and laughter to all who met you; you will be sadly missed. 
Posted by Marsha Sanderson on June 10, 2021
Words have failed me!. I am still in shock and utter disbelief that Michelle has left us. That ever bubbly personality and laughter is gone forever. May we find comfort in her legacy and strength in her memory. Sleep in perfect peace my dear friend.
Posted by Omar Allwood on June 10, 2021
Michelle, you were taken from us far too soon. I am still processing the reality of you no longer being around. I will definitely miss you and our moment where we would catch up. I pray for strength, resilience, comfort and understanding for your family and friends.
Posted by Dale Wanliss on June 10, 2021
Shock, disbelief were the 2 emotions I felt when I heard. I cannot imagine you without that bright warm smile. You impressed me with the way you cared for your family & your inclusiveness in all things FFK.
You will never be forgotten, Mich....SIP
Posted by Karlene Walker-Fearon on June 10, 2021
There are never the right words to say when you lose someone. Mich, you had a personality that made everyone feel special no matter what. Rest well my dear and I pray for your boys and family as they deal with you not being here. Sleep on angel.
Posted by Aisha Olton on June 10, 2021
Michelle your passing was just so sudden and something that hit all of us so hard. It is a difficult thing to express the essence and spirit of an individual in a simple note, but I just want to say, you will be truly missed. Your unwavering commitment to your family was evident in the way that you spoke about your children, especially your youngest son Liam. 

Our hearts and prayers go out to your loved ones, and we hope God gives them the strength to persevere through this difficult time.

Rest well Michelle.
Posted by Carela Graham on June 10, 2021
I visited this site several times to give my tribute but wasn't able to put my fingers to the task. 

Michelle, we spoke the week before hearing of your passing about a mutual client of ours, we laughed and your words to me was, ok let us see what insurers will say. I got the information and was penning an email to send to you when just as I was about to click the send button I got the news. I asked several times which Michelle because this could not be for real.

I remember the days I would call and say Mich you have any phone card and your response would be is it for your mom (when she was here) or Kyle because you had those number readily available and as soon as you know who to send to in a minute the credit was sent.

You were always accommodating even when you had a lot on your plate I knew I could depend on you. Mich you will be missed, SIP friend
Posted by Julian Gray on June 10, 2021
Michelle, A focused, strong, and happy mother, loved her family and friends and was widely loved and respected. She was a people person who will be missed and cherished. 
Posted by Kennesha Richards on June 9, 2021
Sighhh. Where do I start? Michelle Chin aka (to me) likkle bit or 99lb chinese. You were an ardent supporter of KC in Boys' Champs and Brazil in World Cup, two teams I cannot stand and you NEVER missed a chance to tease me and everybody else that wasn't on your side. Di amout a time mi threaten fi squash yu and all yu duh is tease mi even more and as mi mek afta yu, yu tek off like kite. Lol Lol. Yoga classes - ahh bwoy. Anybody who knows me knows that I have a major back problem and in yoga class you found pleasure in walking all over my back to ease my pain. It was always hilarious cause yu up deh a behave like yu deh pan trampoline and ask mi "mi a dweet hot?" but my back always felt better when you were done. During work, no matter how many 'run ins' we had yu still answer anything mi ask and still help if mi ask. Yu never have a clue how fi kip malice. ‍This is how I prefer to and will always remember you, no other way. I'm writing this and I still don't believe that you're no longer in this realm. You left this earth wayyyyyy too soon but I hope the other realm is ready for you and your bright and colourful personality as they're in for a treat. Sleep in Peace Michy Boo❤❤
Posted by Silena Marshall on June 9, 2021
Michelle, I’m still in disbelief that your gone, even our relationship was just over the phone, your personality was nothing short amazing.

You will not be forgotten.

Rest in peace.
Posted by Mitzie Williams-Wollaston on June 9, 2021
My dearest Michelle, my Michyboo, my best friend of 27 years, my BFF. I miss you so much. My heart is still in pain, still in denial of your passing. Not a week go by throughout the years and we don’t talk. I love you and miss you so much. You are a true definition of a friend, there is none like you, the most humble, patient, kind sweet hearted soul. No one can replace the friendship we had. Although we were miles apart but we were always close to heart. I remember the first day we met in High School we were inseparable since then. Didn’t know the day before your passing would be the last time I would talk to you. We had so many plans for next year when you will be here in the US with me. I once ask God “why”….. but he knows best, I will continue to Pray. Sleep in Peace my Michyboo……I love you, kiss my Godson Tai-Lee.
Posted by Orette Duncan on June 9, 2021
Michelle, still can't believe you are gone. Still here remembering how you would call and demand certain things as if you were my boss. Still seeing your huge eyes pulping out at me and your smile that's just priceless. Will never forget the support at our football matches, even when we were playing your team.

You will forever be in our hearts. So so sad.
Posted by Kay Lee on June 9, 2021
My name is Marcha Lee and Mich as I affectionately called her an I were friends for 27 years so this is my tribute to my beautiful and amazing fren Gone way too soon...

If it was just your smile...
If it was just the way you supported those you love and cared for
If it was just your kindness
If it was just the way you would show up to one of my events and just laugh at me while I was in shock to see u.... but so happy to have you there....
If it was just the way u shared your entire heart with those you love....or a perfect stranger because that was just who you were my sweet angel you are simple phenomenal

Mich if it was just the way you walked into a room and brightened every second with your beautiful personality and energy today maybe would hurt less
But to know you ....our lifes are changed forever by your loss

My beautiful fren...Gone too soon

if I could just have one wish... it would be to tell you I love you every time we spoke.... or hold on to ever moment shared with dear life....

I will love you forever my smiling burst of will never leave our hearts....your HCHS sister and friend M
I love u....We love u....Gone too soon
Posted by Tanisha Lyons on June 9, 2021
My fondest and best memories of you was Holy Childhood days! I remember you being so humble, kind hearted, and nurturing. I know you are in heaven right now and trust me, they need you there. RIP Michelle.

Tanisha Chambers
Posted by Khadene Bennett- Mitchell on June 9, 2021
Goodbyes are not forever, Goodbyes are not the end.
It simply means I will miss you until we meet again
Sleep in please Michelle......
Posted by Sheryl Thompson on June 9, 2021
Mich,my humble & patient friend from high school, my heart is literally breaking with your passing. You are a true embodiment the word "supportive"as up the Saturday before your passing you indicated that you wished you could help while I was in the hospital. I'm glad I was able to speak to you the last time I saw you. My condolences to the family. Sleep on Peace Mich.
Posted by Cavel Reid on June 9, 2021
I wish someone could tell me I am dreaming, when I heard the news of your death I was in total shock. God called your name so softly that only you could hear and no-one heard the footsteps of angels drawing near. It broke our hearts to lose you but God knows best. Sleep in Peace Michelle you were loved beyond words
Posted by Ramone Cunningham on June 9, 2021
For all who barely knew her, she will definitely be missed. For those who had her friendship, collectively we can keep her memories alive.
Posted by veronica maymcgregor on June 9, 2021
Michelle.... you were one of those persons who was certainly an asset to FFK. One of those FFK employees who would stay until you are old and gray.... it was not meant to be.
I miss your big smile even when you are under pressure and sometimes when the clients are not so nice. You managed personal lines for my many family members and friends.... They miss your professionalism, your calm, your telephone reminders. They miss you too.
Rest in peace Michelle and God's eternal rest be yours.
Posted by shauna Guest on June 9, 2021
Michelle you meant so much to all of us, you were so special and that's no lie. I've known you from i was working with Advantage General and when i started working at FFK i never know what i got myself into but you guide me daily training and telling me everything i need to know, i called you every second of the day for you to explain things that i did not understand and you always assist me. You were like my mentor and It hurts every bit of me to write this knowing i will never see you again or hear your voice calling me "Shauna girl". You work so hard and also taught me to work harder, sometimes i would get miserable and then you would say "the customer is paying for a service you have to give them the best experience".
I remember when you got sick you told me to drink turmeric and ginger i said you were the one who's sick and needed to get better not me, never knew that would be our last conversation. Missing you everyday but your light remains brighter than ever.
Posted by Camesha Little on June 9, 2021
Michelle personality was like no other. Apart from her cheerful character, she was a very helpful person. Once FFK was hosting or participating in an event, be sure Michelle and I was there. She was very supportive and you could count on her for anything.

I live all the way in St Thomas and Michelle allowed me to stay with and her family to make it easier to attend functions and work (in the latter part). During lunchtime, i would accompany here to the bank, the pharmacy, the supermarket just to name a few. Basically, anywhere you see her, you see me (like bottle and cork). She was more than a co-ingworker but also a very close friend.

When I would reach a road block in my work, I could pick up the phone and call Michelle and ask her how its done. She never frowned or complained. She was always willing to help.

It's still hurts really bad that she's gone but she has left a great legacy and a major impact on the insurance industry. No matter how big our shoes are, it can never fill your shoes.

Sleep in eternal peace Michyboo

Posted by Celia Burke on June 9, 2021
Mich, without me asking you were offering my daughter needed literature books when she entered high school, thank you so much for your thoughtfulness. When we had internal classes, even if no one else showed up, I knew you would be there, you maybe missed once, as you said you had a lot of work to get done.... My two words I finish with "Dedicated" and "Thoughtful" that's your imprint on my life... xoxoxo
Posted by Sutania Chin on June 9, 2021
Michelle you were always the organizer, the helper, the person who I called for any little thing. Psst Michelle send me a commission form nuh and you reply ok Suts check your email, and right away my email chime. Our yoga group, our yoga trip our potlucks you were the life of the party. Mich all now I don't come to grips with your passing. I told Abigail carefully and the first thing she asked was how are her Sons :(.
Your Mom, Shawn, Shavoy and Liam and other relatives and friends were blessed to have had you in their lives. The Client's that I passed on to you Michael Cunningham, Jameel Thompson and Michael Ennis are in shock in hearing the news and sends their love and Best Regards to your family. Heaven has another will always be in my heart Michelle Sleep well.
Posted by Charlee Everette-Gavin on June 9, 2021
When I remember Michelle, I vividly remember bright colours... No matter what she wore there was always a pop of colour accompanied by a dazzling smile and bubbly personality - I think of her as a bright rainbow; mostly purple, splashes of orange, let’s not forget the pinks and the yellows.

Her kids were her life, always ready to talk about their greatest accomplishments whether Liam is mastering his ABC’s or chatting up his female classmates – I have the voice notes and the pictures to prove it. She was proud to be a mommy and proud to be a member of the FFK family. We did yoga together and from the experience I have many fond memories – most, if not all, were of this little bitty person attempting the most complex of positions/poses and bursting out in laughter when she failed (if she failed which she rarely did) or when she got stuck.

My Michy will always be remembered as the fun-loving person that she was, the little hustler selling bath and body works products, snacks and phonecards – always working, always smiling, always approachable, always helpful, always there – Sleep in Peace Rainbow

Posted by Delaine Stewart on June 9, 2021
Michelle, I remember our times in yoga. You were always so active and full of life. Our conversations, even though few and far in between, were always full of purpose and was always to help someone. I really admired that about you. I still cannot believe that you are with us no more, but I will always remember what a kind and genuine soul you were. You always tried to help, no matter how small it was. Condolences to your family and may your soul sleep in eternal peace.
Posted by Vanessa Harley on June 9, 2021
Sigh...Michelle, you were little in structure but big personality. You were always working and always ready to take part in all the activities the office organised.

Your were also the "phone card lady" I could just say "Michelle, 1, 2 bills digi dey" and in 3 seconds my phone was topped up.

Sorry Liam will have to grow up without his mommy.

Posted by Shanica Madden-Howell on June 9, 2021
It break my heart to know I wont hear your voice anymore. We got really close over the time worked together. May God heal my heart and I will forever love you Michelle.
Posted by Kimberly East on June 9, 2021
Michelle you will be missed, sleep in peace.
Posted by Lashaun McKenzie on June 9, 2021
RIP Aunty Michelle..
Your physical appearance might be gone
But we can still feel your spirit with us
Like a guardian angel.
Thank you for all the times you made me smile and making sure that i was alright and safe
And till it's my time I will try my best to always look out for Liam..
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Posted by Suzanne Green on May 13, 2022
It was just yesterday that we lost you, Michelle. We will live on in memory of you. There is not a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. May Jehovah keep you in his loving arms and wake you up when the morning has come.
Posted by Lorraine McKenzie on May 13, 2022
It's a year already and it seems like just yesterday......Michelle the hurt haven't subsided and I can't tell when it will but I know it will be ok someday. Continue to SIP girl.....
Posted by Yamalia Martin on May 13, 2022
Wow.. It has being a year since u left us..i still talk about u. We miss u so much Michy..
her Life
Michelle Tracy-Ann Chin (Eulogy)  
From her brother Rohan Perry

Michelle (Ms. Chin) was such an amazing daughter, sister, mother, wife, aunt & best friend. Everyone who ever knew her was touched by her love. Thank you all for being here today to pay your respects and share your memories of my sister. Even though this “plandemic” has restricted a great amount of us from being here in the physical. Thank God for the technology so that many can be here via Zoom. Mom, Sean, her children, myself and our entire family – have been so blessed that so many have reached out with words of encouragement and care. We thank you.

Like a comet blazing across the evening sky
Gone too soon
Like a rainbow fading in the twinkling of an eye
Gone too soon

Shiny and sparkly and splendidly bright
Here one day gone one night
Like the loss of sunlight on a cloudy afternoon
Gone too soon

Like a castle built upon a sandy beach
Gone too soon

Like a perfect flower that is just beyond your reach
Gone too soon

Born to amuse, to inspire, to delight
Here one day gone one night
Like a sunset dying with the rising of the moon

Gone too soon, Gone too soon

I stand before you today, the representative of our family in grief. We are all united not only in our desire to pay our respects to Michelle, but rather in our need to do so. Michelle Tracy-Ann Chin, the third & only girl child for our mother, was born on November 16, 1980. We grew up together at Lincoln Avenue, in Arnett Gardens, then relocated to our family home in Seiwright Gardens, Lower Mall Road, Cassia Crescent in 1990. Life was just awesome for us as we made it to be in both of those communities. She attended the Citizens Advice Bureau Basic School, popularly known as RJR Basic School, then moved on to Rousseau Primary School in 1987, where she passed her Common Entrance Examinations to Holy Childhood in 1992. She graduated from that institution in 1997, where she did well. From there she did various jobs, while at all times improving her education. She then ventured into the insurance brokerage work force, working at Covenant Insurance Brokers Ltd. from where she was recruited by Fraser, Fontaine & Kong Insurance Brokers Ltd., because of her great work ethics, where she has been for over 10 years up to her passing. During her life’s sojourning, she met & fell in love with Sean Newell, where God blessed them with 3 boys. Shavoy aka “Sean D”, Tai & Liam. Unfortunately, they lost Tai just one day after his birth, but God saw their pain & blessed them with Liam a year after.

When my sister was born, I knew a little treasure had entered our lives. Even though she had taken my “wash belly” status from me. But to see the joy on my mother’s face, of finally getting her daughter that she hoped & prayed to have gotten, said it all. When she brought her home, my sister was still covered in the Johnson baby powder that my mother ate during her pregnancy. I didn’t know how that happened but it did. It took my mother months to get it all out of her hair. My beautiful chiney, mixed up with coolie & a touch of African sister, was the apple of my mother’s eyes. Especially when it came unto plaiting her long hair. She really enjoyed doing that a lot. She had a pair of knock knees back then that was just adorable, that made me laugh though, but who loved wearing shorts like her though. Everywhere it was me & my sister. She was my parry. We went some far places by ourselves, with our mother’s permission of course, without fear. I wasn’t the kind of brother to shun her, but to encourage her in everything. I cherished her so much. I will forever miss those call of “Mi bredda or Rohan”, when it was a concerning situation. She hated confrontations & would easily cry when blamed for anything or if she was the cause of anything that wasn’t done right that involved her. My sister loved her family tremendously & would give her all to assist us in every way possible, by giving us even her last to make us happy. And has an extent people around her benefitted from that very same jovial, loving & compassionate individual. That soft caring heart, going leaps & bound, even for those very same persons who had hurt her. She was always looking for the good in others no matter what. In other words, my sister was a younger version of our mother, who always tells us “Love & help people no matter what” for it is of God & it is right. That was their purpose & nuh matter what we said that wasn’t going to change anytime soon.

My sister was always a unifier. Easter, Independence Day & Christmas dinners, she would make arrangement for all of us to come with our families. She loved getting gifts for the children. She loved sharing the achievements of her children & documented them through photos, voice-notes & short videos. She did this over & over again, even up to her passing. She was a quiet & well-organized individual in everything she did. Color coding stuff, filing away documents like it was an office, etc. She had her life all planned out to the tee, even through the obstacles that life’s challenges brought. She was determined to achieve. And when our mother started to file for her & her children to come to the US, this was a great opportunity to do so. That filing was near completion and she was so happy the whole Mother’s Day weekend to hear this news. I spoke to my sister after midday on Wednesday. Checking up to hear how she was feeling. She said my brother I’m ok, just feeling weak that’s all. One moment we were celebrating, giving thanks, speaking of all that she was going to do before leaving and when she reaches over there. Then it was all gone in a second by early Thursday morning. Half of me at that moment went also. There is no doubt that she was looking for that new direction in her life at this time.

Today is our chance to say thank you for the way you brightened our lives, even though God granted you but half a life. We will all feel cheated always that you were taken from us so young and yet we must learn to be grateful that you came along at all. Only now that you are gone do we truly appreciate what we are now without and we want you to know that life without you is very, very difficult.

We have all despaired at our loss over the past weeks. We are comforted by the word of the living God in Matthew 5 v4 which says “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted”, along with the many prayers & well-wishes, and also strengthened by the message that she gave us through her years of giving. These have afforded us the courage to move forward.

My sister lived her life well, I always encouraged her to have a relationship with Christ, put everything to him in prayer. Live for him. I guess in her purpose she was doing so. She was always concerned about our mother, her two boys and her Seanie. She would want us today to pledge ourselves to protecting them all. And beyond that, I pledge that we will do all we can to continue the ways she displayed daily. That soft caring heart, going leaps & bound for family & people in spite of.

I would like to end by thanking God for the mercies he has shown us at this heartbreaking time. Above all we give thanks for the life of a woman I am so proud to be able to call my sister, the unique, the jovial, the extraordinary, the caring, compassionate, kind, humble, sweet-hearted and irreplaceable Ms. Chin. Whose beauty, both internal and external, will never be extinguished from our minds. It’s said that those who touch our lives inspire us and love us. And they do so for a lifetime.

Today again, we honor and celebrate her life and her love. A daughter, sister, mother, wife, aunt & best friend. Gone Too Soon.

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Shared by Lorraine McKenzie on June 14, 2021
I came to know Michelle when she joined the staff  of FFK in 2009.
She was a beautiful soul  A loving spouse and Mother
A very committed and  competent employee & A rock to  the clients whose business she handled.
Her sudden loss feels like a deeply inflicted wound. I can only imagine the grief  her  family, friends and close team members. 
But, “blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted”.  
From:  Charmaine R 
Shared by Lorraine McKenzie on June 14, 2021

The passing of Michelle has not been easy for her team members in the Customer Service Department at Fraser Fontaine & Kong Limited as it has left a chasm that cannot be filled.

Michelle joined the Customer Service Department at FFK in August 2009 in the position of a Customer Service Rep and was later promoted to Senior Customer Service Rep in 2019. She has remained an extremely valuable team member up to her untimely death on May 13, 2021. Michelle was always willing to assist with everything in our department; no matter how large or small the task was Michyboo was present. She never missed any events put on by the company or in the Insurance Industry once she was invited.

This attitude to life caused her to create and maintain relationships with her fellow team members which was only explicable by the fact that she never knew how to hold a grudge. No matter what argument or grouse she had would pale into insignificance when she needed assistance or saw she needed to help.

Her need to satisfy and maintain good relationships extended to her work life. Whatever she needed from our business partners to ensure her customers received the best, she would relentlessly pursue as only the best was good enough for her clients. Michelle’s dependability meant that her clients could rely on her to ensure that they were covered; whether it meant reminders or just doing what she knew they needed until she was able to contact them. Her clients relied heavily on her, and I know they will sorely miss her.

Our department has lost a VERY valuable member and we as a unit will NEVER be the same with her passing.

Michelle is remembered by her colleagues in many ways…........

To Camile she was the one who would start the mischief and then call out for she and Latty to save her

To Camesha she was like a mother figure who played a supportive role in her life since she started at FFK

Michelle was always with a bubby personality always reliable and willing to give a helping hand Latoya remembers.

To Shauna she was like a mentor and a friend who helped to guide her when she joined the staff at FFK

Yamalia remembers the person who was always willing to assist her with tasks that she was not clear on and was never too busy to offer assistance to her………Not hearing her calling Yammyyy or Yammibolo anymore has really broken her.

Michelle was the type of person who would sneak up and start some sort of mischief with other coworkers and then run to Lorraine and call out “supe supe” see dem a trouble me and once she was near to her, she should jeer the person as she had backative as she would put it…….

Suzanne… will remember her as likkle tallawah who would sometimes call her Mommy. Always doing the best she could, following the rules, going the extra mile, dependable to her very bones, responsible and mature. Any help Michelle wanted, whether in personal life or work life, I would offer what I could because I knew without a question, she deserved it.

Vanessa remembers the hard worker, the strong supporter with the bubbly personality and a VERY proud Mommy......SIH Michelle

When a loved one passes away, we remember only the good things…Misdeeds are forgotten…Offenses are forgiven… Only the most shining characteristics of our loved ones will make it into the version of them that we keep with us when they depart. We are only upset that she had to leave so many of her beloved family members, friends, coworkers, and the world who met her and was charmed by her.



Good times

Shared by Camile Morgan on June 3, 2021
Michyboo, I would give anything to hear you tell someone 'Mi have backative, Camile, Latty and soup (Lorraine) dem a threaten mi' after staring the mischief, or telling Andre "you can't do mi notton" then cry out soup!