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Let us Pray for the Marie Family

The Marie Family Lost one of their beloved sons. Now is not a time to request pictures and videos of the incident, but for us to be more concerned about the family that is in distress. His co-workers at the Ross University and all that was close to him. Let us Pray that they overcome this in their time of bereavement. InsidePossie Team extend heartfelt sympathy to the Marie Family.

R.I.P Brother

 In Loving Memory of our Dear Coworker Macneal Marie

Coming from the Audio Visual, Information Technology and the rest of the Ross University Community

 May your Soul Rest in Peace

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Comments (54)

  • MACNEAL MOM ANNE

    Hi All, it’s FOUR (4) MONTHS TODAY SUNDAY 27TH MARCH 2011 since our beloved, son went to meet our heavenly and I know he is an angel looking over us.

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  • Maya McLawrence Tavernier

    To MacNeal’s family, I am shocked and saddened at this loss. He was a beloved friend, especially to my younger sisters, to whom he was a neighbor and honorary brother. May God continue to wrap his arms around you and bring you comfort.

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  • dona

    just want to say to the marie family its gonna be alright. he has gone to a place where only we can dream about right now he’s just looking down on us and say soon we all will be with him. just keep beleiving and hold on.he’s in a place where there’s no more pain nor suffer just pure peace and harmony.

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  • Mahalia

    Macneal’s kind soul and giving spirit touched so many and will never be forgotten.

    God took you in his loving arms
    He saw you needed rest
    His garden must be beautiful
    For He only takes the best

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  • Diocese of Roseau Youth Secretariat

    The Diocese of Roseau Youth Secretariat expresses sincere condolences to the family and friends of Macneal Marie. Macneal was an active member of the parish community and made a very positive contribution to youth ministry. To the Marie and Savarin family, we pray that the love of God enfolds you during your difficult times. May all the love that surrounds you give you strength.

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  • Cza

    Ann,
    Your faith carries you, it is clear. Let God be praised in all things.
    Prayers, and heartfelt wishes to you, and the entire family.
    Moy.

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  • S

    You are a special woman, with a very important message. May God continue to guide and strenghten you in this trying time.

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  • MACNEAL MOM ANNE

    Hi all, thanks so very much for your condolences.

    God has given My husband and I three (3) beautiful, loving, caring, friendly children and he said on Saturday evening that he needs MacNeal in his kingdom now, so he took and has my son dear as an angel watching over us all.

    love and much thanks to all. God Bless you

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  • Ditho

    My sincerest condolences to the Marie and Saverin family on the loss of your beloved one. My prayers are with you guys in your time of beraevement. Leave everything to God cuz he has a reason for everything and he never gives us more than we can bear. Gone to soon Macneal…..R.I.P you will surely be missed.

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  • sherms and jazzy

    To the savarin and marie family our deepest and heart felt sympathy.may the good lord bless u and give u comfort through this difficult time. the impact that Mcneal left will be a great and treasured one . R.I.P Mcneal Gone but surely will never be forgotten

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  • Wayne Abraham

    On behalf of my family I want to extend sincere condolences to our friends and neighbours – the Savarin and Marie families on the loss of their son. Ann, Mc. Lean, Mr and Ma Baba, you have raised upright children in our community and Mc. Neal is no different. It’s in times like these we ask “Why me?”. You have done well my dear friends and God will do the rest.

    Inside possie, I suggest that you print theis outpouring of condolences and present it to the family. I think it will go a long way in strengthening this family as they mourn the loss of their loved one. I know that all of Portsmouth is mourning with them.

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  • Annette Savarin Thomas ( Aunt)

    Hey nephew on my lunch break at work could not stay home and I was just reading all this wonderful thing so many people have to say about you. You were loved by so many not just us your family but friend, co-worker and every one you seemed to have cross path with remembers you. God knows why he took you so soon from us because he have bigger plans for you up there. Keep on smiling that big smile we will see the shines from it when ever the sun, moon and stars are out. I love you nephew, you are sure in a better place than us
    Aunty Annette love you always

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  • John

    When life throws a difficult curve, its not always understood but Gods ways or reasons cannot be confined to mans limited understanding of why things happen. We pray that, as the family seek answers, the lord who knows all things, gives all things and own all things will provide the strength and courage needed in this time of pain. In his wisdom he will reveal in full measure a better appreciation for this difficult experience. May The lord Jesus Christ who himself was crucified, though innocent, walk with you’ll each step, each and every step….

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  • Portsmouth Reunion 2012 Team

    Sincere Condolences to the Marie & Savarin familes, friends, loved ones et al on the loss of young Mcneal. May you find comfort and strentgh with the lord, and may dry your tears of sadness with his love. Rest in Peace youngman!

    Memories Live Forever!
    It’s hard to say good-bye to someone that you love, although you know they’re safe in their later years. It only means more memories to carry through the tears. Don’t let yourselves forget, we each have numbered days. For reasons that we do not know, God wanted it this way. tears wash away the pain, but it can’t remove the love. The memories live forever safe in God’s hands above.
    So today, we give thanks for the lives we chance to share, No matter if they’re short or long, God always will be there.

    Take strength from each other as you go through this time of great sorrow!

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