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In Memory of

Mazie Leta Blagrove

May 13, 1933 - September 24, 2016

Obituary


Mazie Blagrove was born on May 13, 1933 to Isadorah Hamilton and Jubert Ellington in Grove Town, Manchester, Jamaica, West Indies. Mazie attended Grove Town Primary School and after graduation she worked as a seamstress. Mazie was joined in holy matrimony to Herbert Blagrove on December 30, 1955. From this union they bore three children: Carnelia, Kirk, and Vinton. Mazie was a loving and kind person. She was the matriarch of the family. She possessed such strength and determination, that anyone who is around her feels it. No matter what happened in her life she...

Mazie Blagrove was born on May 13, 1933 to Isadorah Hamilton and Jubert Ellington in Grove Town, Manchester, Jamaica, West Indies. Mazie attended Grove Town Primary School and after graduation she worked as a seamstress. Mazie was joined in holy matrimony to Herbert Blagrove on December 30, 1955. From this union they bore three children: Carnelia, Kirk, and Vinton. Mazie was a loving and kind person. She was the matriarch of the family. She possessed such strength and determination, that anyone who is around her feels it. No matter what happened in her life she has always possessed a positive spirit.

Mazie has impacted so many people's lives. She was that glue that held everything together. Mazie provided such unconditional love to everyone she touched. She was never too busy whenever you needed a shoulder to cry on. Mazie taught us about forgiveness. Her famous words were, "Don't worry darling, the Lord will take care of you." She has instilled values and good in all of us. With these values we will be able to show our future generation of our family, what it means to love.

In 1970, Mazie migrated to the United States and joined her husband, Herbert Blagrove. During that time, she worked as a nanny and then a nursing assistant at Broad Lawn Manor Nursing Care Center. She retired and then relocated to Florida, until her death. On Saturday, September 24, 2016 the Lord called her home to rest. He saw that she was tired so he called her home.

"Weep not, weep not." Mazie is resting in the bosom of Jesus. Grief stricken husband, weep no more, grief stricken daughters and son, sisters, brothers, grandchildren, great grands, great great grands, nieces, nephew, in laws, cousins, friends, weep no more. She is only gone home.

Mazie leaves behind: Husband: Herbert, 2 daughters, 1 son, 8 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandson, 2 brothers, 1 sister, and numerous relatives and friends.