Our beloved Jocelyn "Tane or Josie" left us on January 4, 2024, leaving a void that words cannot fill. She was a devoted wife, a nurturing mother to two daughters, and a compassionate co-worker in her nursing home.
Jocelyn's love for her family was the cornerstone of her life. As a dedicated wife, she brought joy and support to her marriage, creating a home filled with love and laughter. Her role as a mother was central to her identity, and she poured boundless love and wisdom into nurturing her two daughters. Jocelyn's commitment to family extended beyond her immediate circle, as she was a devoted daughter to her own mother, providing care, comfort, and companionship. As a sister to her siblings, she shared a unique bond, weaving a tapestry of family ties that were unbreakable.
In her professional life, Jocelyn was a beacon of light at the nursing home. Her compassion and caregiving skills touched the lives of colleagues and residents alike, leaving an indelible mark.
Beyond her roles as a wife, mother, and caregiver, Jocelyn was a beloved aunt and cousin who brought joy and affection to her extended family. Her presence at family gatherings was a source of happiness.
Josie will be remembered for her infectious laughter, her kindness that knew no bounds, and the love she showered upon everyone fortunate enough to know her. While her physical presence may be gone, the impact of her love and compassion will endure in the hearts of those she touched.
Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.”