Let the memory of VIVIENNE be with us forever
  • 72 years old
  • Born on February 23, 1940 in Jamaica.
  • Passed away on February 6, 2013 in Jamaica.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, VIVIENNE DAVIS 72 years old , born on February 23, 1940 and passed away on February 6, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Sharon Whyte on 6th February 2017
Dearest Aunt Vivienne, how much I miss you
Posted by Sharon Whyte on 6th February 2016
My Dearest Aunt, you where the sunshine that brighten our life not been here as been hard but the morals you leave behind as given us strength to endure the worse of time and I thank God you were apart of my life and I will alway love and miss you.
Posted by Shell Martin on 6th February 2016
Gone but never ever forgotten RIP aunt Veen
Posted by JENNIFER HULL(DAVIS) on 6th February 2016
It's been three years, and yet it seems like yesterday. Knowing that I will see her again, keep the resurrection hope real in my mind. Jehovah have given me the strength beyond what is normal to carry on for the past three years, and I know He will help me through the days, months and years ahead. As we ourselves are aging, and unexpected occurrences can limit us from doing our daily duties, or we can face death at any time, let us put off every weight that entangles us, and run with endurance, the race that will allow us to make a good name with Jehovah. We are living in the final hours of the last days, and Satan is doing all he can to lower us into destruction. The idea of living forever, free from Satan's corrupted world, should motivate us to want to be no where else, but on Jehovah's side. Jehovah is a loving God, and knows our limitations. He doesn't expect perfection from us. Jehovah want us to give Him our best, our whole heart, mind and strength. And that is what He blesses, our efforts. To delay is dangerous. God's kingdom is already in place, do we want it to come? Jehovah's timetable has not changed, but he is patient with us, because His desire is for ALL to get a hold on the real life. The journey will not be easy, but with Jehovah's holy Spirit, his word the Bible and our Christian brotherhood, we can start and finish the race. Some of us will stumble, but we have the support to get up and carry on. Please my family and friends, let's join in the race for life , and run to get to the finish line. Prayerful reliance on Jehovah will be the key for us getting into the race, sticking with it and finishing it. Vivienne did it, and we all know the trials she faced. But with courage as a servant of God, she proclaimed that Jehovah was her source of escape and she is sleeping in God's memory. What a powerful example for us to imitate. Jehovah gives us 168 hours in a week, and all he asked back is just one hour.(a circuit overseer shared that with me) it helped me put things into perspective. What Jehovah is asking of us is doable. May Jehovah bless all our efforts to help vindicate his name. Keeping Vivienne in mind, and her journey will help us persevere. Let's meditate on how it will be welcoming Aunt V back. But we need to be there.
Posted by JENNIFER HULL(DAVIS) on 6th February 2015
Today marks the 2nd year that we are without one of the most well loved, well appreciated, most respected, most caring, genuine, humble, kind hearted, and my all time favorite person. I can safely say this is true of all her 7 children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and friends. We would all share the same sentiments of our dear Vivienne. Missing her is a understatement. Carry on we will, because that is what she would have wanted us to do. If only wishes came through, she would still be here with us. Jehovah will soon undo the door of hades (the grave) when hopefully all of us will be there to welcome back our beloved Aunt V. Memories live on.
Posted by SASHANA MILLER on 6th February 2015
Its been two years too long..everyday I think about the love you had for me and the love I have for you. Miss you bad bad. You were such a fighter a determined woman. Miss you
Posted by Sharon Whyte on 6th February 2014
There's no word to express my deepest lost for my precious aunt I miss so much, for me I still keep her in my heart because i want to feel you're close to me whenever I need you. Missing you is like yesterday, tears swollen my eyes if I think you're not here, I will every keep you in my heart and very close to me. With all my love auntie dearest I miss you.
Posted by Shell Martin on 22nd November 2013
Aunt Veen... I learnt how to be neighbourly from you, I learnt how to treat my family from you, you are someone to be emulated your divine wisdom and endless grace. You stood as a shining example to all those who you came in contact with, I pray I can become half the mother and grandmother you were. Just thinking of you now brings the tears to my eyes. You are terribly missed
Posted by Corraine Mitchell on 21st November 2013
miss Vivienne we all miss you but your in a better place now...
Posted by Charmaine Harper on 13th October 2013
Aunt v, your love and kind spirit do live on, we will never forget you .Why? (Isaiah 25:8) give us hope sleep my mother.
Posted by JENNIFER HULL(DAVIS) on 13th October 2013
Your legacy lives on in your 7 children. Love you mother. You are not here with us in person, but in our hearts you forever live on. You are a mother above all other mothers. You worked day and night to provide for our needs, and for this, I would have done anything just so you could be with us even for another day. Sleep on in Jehovah's memory. Paradise awaits you. Miss you lots. Xoxo;0(
Posted by Karen Brown on 13th October 2013
love cant,express,how i feel mom you are a sign example for all to follow your dedication to Jehovah and your family your spiritual determination Your Love far all you come in contact with we all miss you I know soon it won't be long until Jehovah wake you from your sleep

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