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Paula ‘Ann’ Girod-Lewis

Sunrise – 25th January, 1964
Sunset – 2nd November, 2023

Celebrating the Life of Paula Girod-Lewis

Paula ‘Ann’ Girod-Lewis. Ann’s journey was a testament to the beauty of love, family, and the enduring bonds she shared with those around her.

Paula was the daughter of Hamilton De Gale and Simona Marie Girod, and while they may have left this world, their love and influence continued to shape her path. She was the cherished wife of Lennie Lewis, a partnership that radiated love and warmth.

As a mother to Jean Paul Lewis, Ann’s love and wisdom were the cornerstones of her family. Her role as a grandmother to Nazir Lewis brought even more joy and happiness into her life.

Paula’s journey was one of family and connections, evident in her relationships with her siblings. She was a loving sister to Lenny, Olive, Lima, Lucy, Vernon, Ena, Irene, Gloria, Rose, Roselynn, Rosemary, and Mary. While some may have departed ahead, their memories and the stories they created together continued to be cherished.

Her influence as an aunt extended to many, leaving a legacy of love and guidance. Paula’s family tree extended to relatives, including the Girods, De Gales, Burnleys, and Changas. Their shared experiences created a network of love and memories that she held dear.

In her journey, Paula found love and acceptance in the Lewis family, and her friendships enriched her life in countless ways.

Join us in celebrating the extraordinary life of Paula ‘Ann’ Girod-Lewis:

Funeral Service Date: Wednesday, 8th November 2023 Time: 1:00 PM Location: Elohim Temple Ministries, LP18 Pascal Lane, Jokhan Trace, Carapo Road, Arima

Following the service, Ann will find her resting place at Carapo Public Cemetery.

Acknowledgement: The family of Paula ‘Ann’ Girod-Lewis extends their heartfelt gratitude to all those who have stood by their side during this challenging time. Special thanks are extended to Avonelle Hector-Joseph and the ITNAC team, who were a significant part of Ann’s life and journey.

Let us remember Paula not with tears of sadness but with smiles of gratitude for the life she lived and the love she shared with us all.

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