Annique M (Wilson) Wilson-Weekes

Born: Mon., Jan. 21, 1974
Died: Tue., Aug. 23, 2011


Visitation

12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, Mon., Aug. 29, 2011
Location: Capitol City Seventh-Day Adventist


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Mon., Aug. 29, 2011
Location: Capitol City Seventh-Day Adventist


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Evelette Fourniller
   Posted Sun August 28, 2011
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Words cannot express our deep sorrow for such a treasured lady who has gone too soon.

From the Paul Family in Williamsville and the Principal and Staff of San Fernando SDA Primary

Shyrla Lessey-John
   Posted Mon August 29, 2011
My condolences to the Wilson and Weekes families and all the other relatives of Annique. Annique was indeed a ray of sunshine. Full of life and energy. As we mourn her we will certainly reflect on those memories that only Annique could have created. We look forward to that day when we can say as our Saviour Jesus Christ said "oh Death, where is thy sting? Oh grave, where is thy victory?" We live in the assurance that one day, we shall see her again. In the mean time, the pain will seem unending today, but be assured tomorrow will be better than today.

Oscar and Erva Ocho
   Posted Mon August 29, 2011
On behalf of the Ocho's family we extend heart felt condolences to the Wilson and Weekes families. We pray that the God of all comfort will succor you during this difficult time and grant you strength for the days and years ahead.
"Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning." Thank God that death is not final for the child who sleeps inJesus. It makes the power of the resurrection more real.

THE HEALING YEARS by PATIENCE STRONG

Though all must suffer loss and grief...
Time is kind and brings relief...
The passing of the healing years-
deadens pain and dries the tears.

At first...heart breaks and sorrow numbs.
No word consoles; no comfort comes...
But slowly to the quiet mind-
Life flows back for time is kind.

Tracy A. Ellis
   Posted Mon August 29, 2011
My heartfelt condolences to the Wilson and The Weekes families. At times like these we remember Annique as a wonderful, unique person who was certainly a blessing to all she came in contact with. But I would like to encourage you by telling you that God always has the last say and although you may not see it now remember, He always makes the right decision.
I pray that God's grace and His Holy Spirit comes to you now and brings comfort to you all.
Desrian, I wish I could be there to support you my dear friend, but know that my prayers are with you all. May God be with you.

Ronald Rennie
   Posted Tue August 30, 2011
My heart-felt condolences to you all. There are things that we will never
understand this side of eternity. But even we do not know why, we know
that God is Love and that He is always in control.
I thank God with you that, because of Jesus, the sleep that we call death
is not the end. A better day is coming; THE BEST IS YET TO COME. We
thank God for that.
Love you all.
God bless

The Willis Family
   Posted Wed August 31, 2011
Our sincere condolences go out to the Weekes and Wilson families in your hour of bereavement. This is a great loss for us as well because Annique was one of our beautiful sisters.We will never forget the intelligence, love, joy,humor, and effervescence she radiated in our presence. I know the Master will take care of you and very soon we shall be united with her on that " Resurrection Morning." Our family has witnessed His tremendous power in moments like these and I know He will see you through the coming days.God bless you.

Luenda Charles
   Posted Wed August 31, 2011
I was saddened to hear of Annique''s passing. My sincere condolences go to the Wilson and Weekes families and all who loved this lovely human being. May God continue to comfort you all. We hope to see her again. I will always have a picture of Annique as this vivacious, smart, and loving young lady. We don''t always understand why certain things happen..... I am praying for you all.

Luenda Charles
   Posted Wed August 31, 2011
I was saddened to hear of Annique''''s passing. My sincere condolences go to the Wilson and Weekes families and all who loved this lovely human being. May God continue to comfort you all. We hope to see her again. I will always have a picture of Annique as this vivacious, smart, and loving young lady. We don''''t always understand why certain things happen..... I am praying for you all.

Crawford Ogiste
   Posted Thu September 01, 2011
Annique, you will always be in my heart
you will rest for now, but the next voice that you will hear
will be that of Jesus himself, o"ye that sleep in the dust awake

Sharon and Merle Ramkissoon
   Posted Fri September 02, 2011


Life is here and suddenly gone
for some it's short, for others long
The answer lies beyond our reach
it's for us to learn and not to teach

Jesus is with us in times we mourn
Has never left us since we were born
With loving arms He comforts the soul
and puts our lives back into control

A time of joy and a time to weep
promises forever our soul He'll keep
Know our heart goes out to you
yet we know He'll see you through

With Deepest Sympathy.....we love you all and God bless


Annie Lalmansingh
   Posted Sat September 03, 2011
When I reflect on the yesterdays at The South Oropouche SDA Church .....and the church family that I grew up with, my heart melts. When I heard the news about Annique, I felt the pain of losing one of my own. I am sure I speak for all those who knew and grew up with Annique. She was one of our very own "Baby sister", just as Brother Percival was "our dad" and Sister Sucre, " our Mom." For all of us who had the privileged blessing, of knowing Annique, upon hearing this news was affected in some form or the other. I quickly reached out to my South Oropouche SDA family members, as we went down memory lane and expressed our heartfelt sorrow and pain.
On behalf of the entire South Oropouche SDA family members who had the pleasure and blessing of having Annique touch our lives, I will like to say to the Wilson and Weekes family, "YOU ARE NOT ALONE" just remember all the folks that are with you, as we also share in your loss.

Gisselle Granger
   Posted Fri January 27, 2012
I am so saddenned by the news of Annique''s death. My prayers go out to you all and I pray that God will comfort you and keep His loving arms around you.
May He continue to bless you all.

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