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  1. I was blessed by God to have a mother that was the source of my strength and passion. I am fortunate that I had the opportunity to help her through the rough time she faced. But can rejoice now knowing she’s at peace and resting in heaven that was prepared for her. She will be miss but forever watching over me.

  2. My family and I send our condolences. We will continue to prayer for all the familly and friends who have lost a wonderful person but God has gained an angel. We know that she is under God’s wings now and peaceful.

  3. Andre, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that you will find comfort in the Lord, your family and, friends during this difficult time. I hope these verses may bring you some small comfort knowing as Believers in Christ we will see our loved ones again.
    Psalm 34:18
    The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit
    1 Thessalonians 4:14
    For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.

    Much love to you,

  4. Andre my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I Love you so much and if I can do anything please let me know.

  5. Andre, Stacey, Noel & Anton:

    We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother. May the memories of her life help comfort you in your time of sorrow. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    With our deepest condolences,
    Bob & Matt

  6. Andre and family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss. I know how much Ms. Marcial meant to Andre. I was so heartbroken to hear that your mother passed away this week.

    I am very sorry I didn’t know your mother, but I do know what a wonderful person Andre is, and I know his mother played a vital role in imparting the values and character traits he possesses, as I am sure each of you also share.

    Your mother lives on in each of you. I trust now that she’s gone, each of you will draw closer to each other for encouragement, sharing fond memories of your mother, and continuing the traditions that were close and dear to her heart.

    I pray each of you get the rest you need because I know the last few months have been emotionally and physically draining.

    My heart aches because I know each of you are grieving. I will especially remember you on Tuesday that God will give you all the strength you need as you honor your mother’s wonderful and blessed life.

  7. Andre, we are thinking of you at this difficult time. We did not know your Mother but we know what a fine young man who is her son. She will always live on in you with your kindness and goodness you have shown us and you show others who are your friends and clients. You are a wonderful person and we know she taught you the values and help mole the person that you are. We are so thankful for her, that she had a son that is so nice to us and who has really touched our lives. We are praying for you as you go through her death and we will be praying for you in the days to come as you miss your dear Mother. Do take care and get some rest as we know you have been so devoted to go to be with your Mother during her illness and we are so proud to call you friend.
    God Bless you and your family and know that Momma Donna and Daddy
    Glenn love you from the mountains in North Carolina. Our love and
    condolence, Donna & Glenn

  8. Andre, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I was not lucky enough to meet your Mom but through you, learned what a kind and thoughtful person she was and how much you loved her. How many sons would travel each week to help their Mom in anothers state? How many would change the landscape within her home to make it easier for her to get around? You are a special person; you have touched my life with your friendship and I will always be greatful we met. Today and in the future, know that I am always here to help you during this difficult time and forever as your friend……. Sheryl

  9. Touch by an angel. God tells us to be mindful of how we treat people because we know not when we are entertaining angels. I am here to tell you this precious one affectionately known to me as “Mrs. Marcial” was and still is an angel. I was introduced to Mrs. Marcial through my family connection as the wife of Anton’s nephew in-law Dwight Andrews. Anyhow our relationship was actually made more strong through our visits as I passed by Mrs. Marcial front gate at her home in Trinidad. She would be standing outside sometimes morning, sometimes afternoons, and sometimes evenings. As I approached her gate I’d see her smile a mile away. Hi Mrs. Marcial… Hello Gracie how its going? she would ask and by the time we have gotten started before I knew it I could easily end up in Mrs. Marcial’s living room shooting the breeze for an easy two hours forgetting what I had initially came out the house for in the first place. As I was able to share with her before she went on to be with the Lord, she never knew how much she impacted my life during those times and conversations. I was soooooo far away from home, the second time in my life being out of the USA and it was permanent. She was comforting me and helping me get through some tough adjusting times. She always made me feel at home with her. It was like sitting in the house with my mom. With Mrs. Marcial I was with family not like and in-law relationship at all. I was treated as if I was her daughter. We laughed we shared she inspired and encouraged me at a time when I needed to feel connected. My heart smiles and rejoices with precious memories of Mrs. Marcial. I thank God with all my heart that Stacey, Moma Marcial and I were able to Praise our way through her transition to be with the Lord and a blessed awesome good time in glorifying the Lord we had too. Mrs. Marcial I’ll see you soon at the front gate of the JESUS ETERNITY after party and you know the tune I will be requesting first ” I’m laying it down for the joy of the Lord” . Soon because one day is with the Lord as a thousand years and a thousand years as one day. 2PETER3:8 ILOVEYOU and IMISSYOUTO

  10. Nana!! I miss you. What a gentle reminder of the presence of the Lord you were to everyone who knew you. At the lowest point of my life, when my faith was low, you shared with me the story of those four friends that carried their sick friend thru the roof so that Jesus could heal him. I can still hear you telling me that it was ‘their’ faith that carried the man….even tho he had no faith of his own. You reminded me that I had a great many a prayer warriors carrying me thru! What a legacy you leave! What an indelible mark you have left in my heart. I will always remember laying on your bed at your feet with Stacey and just having a good time. You raised up a mighty fine daughter in Stacey. Rest in Glory Nana!

  11. Stacey what can I say. I was introduced to your mother through you. This very quiet woman who barely spoke above a whisper but whose calming voice would say just the words one needed to hear when their spirit was troubled. She was truly a woman of God. Everyone who came in contact with her were left a piece of her. So now we will continue to carry the torch and live a life like her, one that was pleasing to God. We know that we will see her again one day in heaven. Love, Loraine

  12. Condolsences to the Marcial Family from the Grosvenor Family.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Focus on the Invisible and you can do the Impossible. Focus your attention on Him.

  13. It’s always wonderful when you can have a mummy away from your ‘real’ mummy at home. I’ve now lost my two 2 US surrogate mothers, Auntie Pat – April and Sherise’s mom and now Auntie Lucille. I remember it being a joy to come home to our basement apartment in DC and be received every single time with a pleasant smile, encouraging words and not to mention a hot meal. When you’re a struggling foreign student these things mean a whole lot. And good friends who became your family were irreplacable. My Marcial family especially Stacey and mummy Lucille found a place in my life and my heart. Thank you mummy Lucille. Your smile lives on in my memory.


  14. It took me a moment to write this or even look up this page. Not because I didn’t know where it was but because I didn’t want to believe that this lovely soft spoken, gentle lady is no longer with us. As far as I was concerned a mother should just be here. As selfish as this may sound, the reality is that as a child I could never picture a moment when I wouldn’t have my mother. Death and sickness happen to other people. So here I sit trying to piece together words that express the genuine sadness that I feel right now for my cousins Anton, Noel, Andre and Stacey. Maybe because I am a mother that in a small way it touches me in that I can’t imagine a time that I would not lay eyes on my children, or hear their voices or feel their touch. It should be said that mother’s and father’s groom their children for just such a moment. I believe that Lucille Agnes Marcial found peace in knowing that her children, siblings and relatives while they would miss her that she had shared enough of her love, joy and kindness that it is more than memories that she left behind. She left behind a legacy of people who would carry on her spirit in a way that was befitting her grace and unwavering love for God. I may not have known her as well as others, but I know that she loved her family very much and there was no greater joy she could have found in her life than her love for her family.

    Love always,

    Lisa Husband Marcial

  15. Your legacy lives on in the grandchildren you raised. I will never forget how much you took care of Sydni. I wish I had the chance to say bye to you. I look forward to seeing you in Heaven. Elenor

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