Pearl Sinclair is the mother of a daughter named Marlene, and was born in Port Antonio, Portland, Jamaica on April 13, 1938 to Alice Dharmudas - Mangaroo and John Edwards who were from India .
She was never married but always had the love and support of her soulmate Vincent Thompson.
Her grandparents emigrated to Jamaica to work on the banana plantation in Portland and choose to settle there since they had already started their family. Pearl is the 1st child of 13 for her mother and the 1st of 3 children for her father., sadly her first sister Hilda passed away thanksgiving 2019.
She relocated to Ocho Rios, St. Ann in 1965, where she worked in a dry-cleaning establishment while attending Secretarial school in Kingston.
She moved to Florida in 1989 and has lived here until she was called home to be with her heavenly father. She worked with the Dept of Juvenile Justice for over 10 years as the unit secretary and was well loved by her coworkers. She was always willing to help both at work and in her condo community, where she served as the treasurer on her association board.
She loved politics and spent hours watching MSNBC, her favorite station. She also loved playing computer games in her spare time. She served the community she lived in and was proud to be an active poll worker at every election.
She had been a church member at St Benedicts Episcopal Church in Plantation since 1994, and was a member on the Mothers Union Committee
She wasn’t a sickly person, but she was a diabetic and a recovering heart patient after undergoing quadruple bypass heart surgery. To her friends and family, she was the poster child for how to live well with controlling your diabetes. She was conscientious in what she ate, and drank, but she sometimes forgot she had to take care of her heart as well. Sadly, she passed over to her Heavenly Father on April 3, 2020 from heart Failure. She is loved, and will be missed forever.
Thank You my mother, our aunt, our sister, our friend, our step grandmother, mother in law and cousin for having shared your life with us, and for being there when we all needed you in our special way.
Sleep well knowing you are always loved and see you on the other side.
Arrangements by T.M. Ralph Plantation Funeral Home 954 587-6888
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