Adeline James

Adeline Euphemia James

Sunday, August 19th, 1945 - Sunday, August 2nd, 2020
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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 | 9:00am - 11:00am
    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 9:00am - 11:00am
    DeMarco Funeral Home
    3725 Keele Street
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  • Service

    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 | 11:00am
    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 11:00am
    DeMarco Funeral Home
    3725 Keele Street
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  • Interment

    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 |
    Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
    Beechwood Cemetery
    7241 Jane Street
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Jackie James

Posted at 04:22am
I haven't come to terms yet with you being gone. I still get the urge to call you and then I come to the sad realization that I cant do that anymore 😔 I have sooo much I want to tell you.😞 Blood doesn't always determine family... and despite my brother (Anthony) and myself not being acknowledged as grandchildren you left behind... we want you to know that we consider you as our grandma! From birth until now, at age 34 you are all I know as a grandmother. When I was younger I remember it was me and you up and down all over the place on the bus. Whenever anyone tried to take advantage of you or I didn't like the way they spoke to you I was ready to attack them. You tell me that I "love to trace to much" but it was all for you. No matter what I did wrong or how much trouble I got into... you always showed me compassion and you would try to talk to me to tell me what I did wrong and why I shouldn't have done it. You showed me the real meaning of unconditional love. I'm not ok and I don't know when I will truly be ok with you not being here in my life anymore. I now honestly know what it feel like to have a broken heart 💔 I truly hope you are now at peace...If I've never said it enough while you were alive I have to say it this one last time... I LOVE YOU💕🥰 Until we meet again I know you're looking down on me as one of guardian angels 😇

Dionne Chin

Posted at 09:05pm
Auntie Addie ; We are saddened at your passing & will surely miss talking with you. We will cherish the memories. We know you have joined Grandma & Dad up Yonder & you are all having a glorious time. Rest In Peace dear Aunt. Joan ( Niece) Dymond ( Grand Niece) Nate ( Grand Nephew).

Dionne Chin

Posted at 08:52pm
Auntie Addie; We are so saddened by your untimely passing We love ❤️ you and will always cherish fond memories we have of you. We are assured we will see you again. Rest In Peace. Floyd & Garfield (Nephews) Dionne, Marcia, Marsha &Sandie (Nieces) Drew, Ayrton &Tyler (Grand Nephews) Taylor & Erica (Grand Niece’s). (Florida).

Rowe Family

Posted at 08:35pm
On behalf of Mrs. Vivienne Rowe: Ms. Addy thank you for the kindness and mother-like love you always gave our wife and mother. Her face always lit up when she talked to you and if you two had gone a while without talking we wouldn’t stop hearing the constant ‘I wonder how Ms. Addy doing?’ (Smile) because you just meant so much to her. Thank you for being as kind as you were. Our wife/mother will always hold you dear to her heart. Rest in sweet peace 💐🌻❤️ Rowe Family

Dwight Myrie

Posted at 07:36pm
From: Danny
David Mazzucchelli said "Life is stressful dear. That is why they say "Rest In Peace". So I say "Rest In Peace dear Aunt, your kindness, love and warmth will never be forgotten.
My Aunt was that kind of person who never thought nothing was too significant that it can't be shared with others and she would go the extra mile to ensure friends and family were taken care of.
Before migrating to Canada, whenever my Aunt visited Broughton from Logwood where she was living she would take something for basically everybody close by and I as the child would have the "unfortunate" task of walking around Broughton distributing breadfruit to the neighbors.
I learned that there were two topics to avoid whenever I called my Aunt, family and Broughton because your intended quick call has now become an extended conversation. (smiling)
Even as an adult and travelling to Jamaica, my Dear Aunt would call me to give me safety tips and the do's and dont's while I am in Jamaica. By the time I got home she would have called at least five times to find out if I reached home safely. My Aunt would call to find out if I have eaten and what it was. (smiling) My Aunt would also need to know if I was going to church and if I am dressing right to go to church.
That was my Aunt Addy for you. She knows nothing but KINDNESS.
Aunt Addy, God's garden must be more beautiful now,He only takes the best.


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