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Jane Frances Valentine- Clarke

Sunrise – 4th August, 1953
Sunset – 7th January, 2024


Celebrating the Life of Jane Frances Valentine-Clarke

In joyful celebration of the life and profound love for family, we fondly remember Jane Frances Valentine-Clarke, affectionately known as Janie or Ms. Jane, who graced the world from August 4, 1953, to January 7, 2024.

Jane, the cherished daughter of Phillip Valentine and Alexandrine Belgrove-Valentine, brought warmth and light to the hearts of all who knew her. As a sister, she shared bonds with Urban (dec) and Reynold Belgrove, Cosmos Valentine, Ambrose (Frankie) Valentine, Cameron Valentine, Peter Valentine (dec), and Paul Valentine (dec).

Her role as a mother was filled with love for Javian, Joezeth, and Jewel, and she embraced Jade and Jean Marc as cherished family members. Beyond blood ties, Jane opened her heart to Sharon (dec), Vindra, and Trevor, adopting them as her own.

Jane’s legacy extends to her role as a grandmother, bringing joy and laughter to Gervin, Jair, Jamarley, Miya, Jada, Mercedes, Jaliyah, and Joshua and Godmother to Marcia and Kyla. Her love also embraced a wider family, including adopted siblings Kenrick, Andy, Patricia, and Brenda Brooker.

In her extended family, Jane held the special titles of sister-in-law to Patricia and Youragie Belgrove, Molly, Jessica, Linda, and Doolin Valentine. Her nurturing spirit reached out to nieces, nephews, and a network of twenty-eight cherished nieces and nephews.

She was the cherished niece of Roland, Hilton, Bertie, Harold, Yuster, Nathaniel, Theolin, Tilita and Eastlyn (all dec).

Jane’s family tree expands to include cousins Keith Belgrove and family, Denise, Janet, Nora, Sylvia, Pearl (dec), Makeda, Hilda, Marilyn, and many more. Special friendships were formed with Vivian Friday, Pastors Julian and Estherlyn Lessey, Ms. Ethlin Francis, Ms. Yvonne Lynch, Mr. Kenneth Smith, Ms. Barbie, Ms. Maureen, Ms.  Joan, Ms.Elaine, Arthur, Ms. Emeris, Ms. Erica, Ms. Patsy, Ms. Lynn, Ms. Lisa Friday, Elsa (dec) and the Ali, Jaggan, and Joseph families and many, many more.

Jane’s familial connections reach across the Belgrove, Alexander, Valentine, Hamilton, Hills, Hilliare, Remy, Regis, Baptiste, John-Williams, Walters, Donowa, Modeste, Baptist, Lord, Thompson, Pantor, Modeste and Lord families. Member of the St. John the Baptist Friendly Society and St. Peters Anglican Church and the exercising class leaving an enduring legacy of love and kinship.

In her journey through life, Jane was not just a relative; she was a dear friend to many, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those fortunate enough to know her.

May her vibrant spirit and the love she shared be celebrated as we remember a life well-lived and a heart deeply loved.

The viewing and remembrance of Jane Frances Valentine-Clarke will be hosted at Belgroves Funeral Home, San Fernando on Monday 15th January 2024 at 3:30 pm

We join together on Tuesday 16th January, 2024 at St Peter’s Anglican Church, Caratal Road Gasparillo at 2:00 pm to celebrate the life of this beautiful soul. The service will be followed by her internment at the Church yard Cemetery.

We invite you to leave pictures / videos below in the comments highlighting your favourite memory with Jane Frances Valentine- Clarke

3 Comments

  • Joanne Valentine
    Posted January 10, 2024 at 7:55 pm

    We only get moments with the ones we love. Cherish every one. Gone too soon Aunty Janey

  • Rae-Anne Friday
    Posted January 11, 2024 at 2:17 pm

    Aunty J (Sis Janey) yet to process the timing God decided to you, I will miss those random calls. To her family the J-crew, Hold on to the memories and may God give you peace as you adapt to live without her ❤️

  • Pratibha Jaggan-Martin
    Posted January 13, 2024 at 11:36 am

    My dear neighbour, Ms Janie, was well loved by my entire family. My parents were Ms Julie and Mr Ponay, who were tailors in the community. Every time Ms Janie passed in the tailoring shop, you were sure to hear hearty laughter because she would always say something humorous to make us laugh. Shw was a beautiful livewire in the area that brought a smile to all with whom she came into contact. May she Rest in Eternal Peace. AMEN.🌷🌷⚘⚘

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