Obituary of Agatha Lewis-Chevalier
AGATHA'S LIFE Agatha Lewis-Chevalier also called “Sister” was born on March 2, 1933. She was the daughter of Queenie Bobb and wife of the late Harris Chevalier She leaves to mourn her son David Lewis and her daughter Verna Lewis-Nesbitt Mother-in-law of Earlrick Nesbitt and Rita Lewis Sister of Dorothy and Randolph Lewis (both dec.) and Jennet Blackwill-Forde Sister-in-law of William Forde Grandchildren: Heather Villafana and Hugh Britto Great-Grandchildren: Chelsea and Jada Villafana, Ariel and Abraham Britto Aunt of many nieces and nephews Cousin of Anita Bubb, Mary Joseph, Lawrence Blackwill and many others God-mother of Allison (Canada) Loving, caring and selfless friend Cynthia Fraser Loving Friends: Octavia Lendor, Leah Nicholas, Ruth Caesar, Clydel Chapman, Liz Collins and the Jules family, Junior Alexander, Pastor Joseph and Sharmene DeVerteuil and the De Verteuil Family, the Faith Family Church members, Sister Joni, Brother Clint, and the Team Caribe Group of New York, St. Martin Veterans Club and many others As a young child Ms. Agatha lived in Port of Spain before the family moved to Siparia. Later on she would move back to Port of Spain then, in a twist of fate she ended her days in Siparia. She was raised with a strong Christian faith and regularly attended the Faith Family Church. She had a quiet, loving, generous and forgiving spirit. She made friends easily and was greatly loved by all. She embodied God's love in every aspect of her life. Ms. Agatha loved travelling and looked forward to the summer time to visit with her daughter and sister in the US. One of her highlights was going on a Caribbean cruise and a gospel cruise. She also had a passion for baking, especially sweetbread, which was in high demand locally and abroad. Not only was it delicious but she made it with love. She had quite a fan base. She enjoyed reading, especially her Bible, solving word puzzles and keeping up with the latest world news. Simply put, Ms. Agatha was a lady who lived her faith. Her joy was made complete in the Lord. We love you and will miss you dearly, rest in peace dearest Agatha. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The family of the late Agatha Lewis-Chevalier wishes to express their thanks and sincere appreciation for all the many expressions of love, kindness and concern shown to them during their bereavement.