Presteen Larain Elliott  May 9 1952  February 6 2019 avis de deces  NecroCanada

Presteen Larain Elliott May 9 1952 February 6 2019

Presteen Larain Elliott
May 9, 1952 – February 6, 2019
Peacefully at the Northumberland Hills Hospital with her husband by her side on Wednesday, February 6th 2019 in her 67th year. Beloved wife of David Elliott. Loving sister of Patsy of New York, Oscar of Miami, John Sobers of England, Aubrey, Eulene, Joan and Lynette all of Barbados. Lovingly remembered by many nieces and nephews. Presteen was employed by A1 Taxi and helped many people in the Cobourg area to get around.
A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion Cobourg on Saturday, February 16th from 1-4 p.m. If desired, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Presteen was one of the first women to serve in the Bajan Military as a Platoon Sergeant and her family will be taking some of her ashes back to Barbados where she will have a military service. Condolences received at
Celebration of Life
Saturday, February 16 from 1-4 p.m.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 133 Cobourg, Cobourg

Nos plus sincères sympathies à la famille et aux amis de Presteen Larain Elliott May 9 1952 February 6 2019..

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  1. Rest in peace Presteen…you will be remembered for your humour and warm smile…
    Also a boss on track…
    Mayvin Giles / Ian Pilgrim

  2. Sincerest condolences to the family of Presteen Elliott from the Warner family. May she rest in peace and rise in glory. A great lady and friend you will be missed.

    Phil and family.

  3. My deepest sympathy to Dave and the Sobers Family. Presteen was a gem of a woman, a treasure for a friend, and a perfect creation by Father God. We will miss you, but we will give God thanks for making us part of your life as well as putting you in ours. You will forever be part of our conversations, our memories and our thoughts.


    Linda Watson-Lorde ( Your own Watty and my own P)

    My condolences to the family and close friends of a fellow soldier, great athlete, extremely special, down to earth, fun loving and kind St. Michael’s girl and all round nice person. You were always nice and encouraging to the younger students. It seems that having not seen you for so many years, suddenly we were all happy to see your photos at Christmas and now we are saying goodbye. RIP beautiful soul Presteen, and may you rise in glory. Nisi Auxilio Dei Nihil.

  5. There are some teachers you cant even remember their names and some you will never ever forget. The girls of St. Michael’s Girls’ School from the 70’s will never forget you.

    Rise in glory, Presteen. (we loved calling her by her first name when she was not in earshot!)

  6. Saddened to learn of the passing of Presteen. Haven’t seen her since leaving SMGS, but will always remember her ability to make everyone laugh, her athleticism and as our only hope to win a medal at Interschool Sports “back in the day”. May her Soul Have Eternal Rest.

  7. Condolences to the family. May she rest in peace. I will never forget that name. Presteen left a lasting impression on my memory. I first met her when I entered SMGS. Though much older, she was always pleasant and welcoming to younger students.
    My best times ever was attendung achool sports and watching Presteen and Janet Stoute compete against each other and Queens college. It was awesome, Gone but remembered fondly . R.i..P

  8. My heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the Sobers and Elliot families. I remember her as a school colleague at The St. Michael’s Girls’ School in Barbados. She was an excellent athlete and a beautiful person who always wore a smile. We have not seen each other since school days, but I will always remember her beautiful personality. May she Rest In Peace and rise in glory. Grace Hackett, Ph.D.

  9. Sincere condolences to Lynette and family. Presteen and l were sisters from a different mother. We lived in the same neighbourhood and she always made sure that l was looked after at school – Westbury Junior. We were born on the same date, one year apart. She was a wonderfully joyous person and she blazed a trail in all that she did. I am thankful that l had the privilege of knowing her.
    May she rest in peace and may God comfort her family at this time of sorrow.

  10. My condolences to Presteen family. Bi have not seen her since school days at SMGS but remember her fondly. Love to the family

    Dennese Walcott Daniel

  11. Presteen You were the best. You made Anne house proud at SMGS school sports.Rest in peace and rise in glory 🎚😇

  12. Joan Williams Barbados

    My sincere condolence and sympathy is extended to lynette and the entire family.
    Lynette always spoke lovingly of her dear sister Prestine.
    May she rest in Peace and rise in glory and may God comfort you all as we continue to keep you in our prayers

  13. Thank you all so much for your prayers and condolences.
    How I miss our Saturday morning video chats so much laughter and smiles while drinking my “Timmie’s” .
    I miss you Duckie
    I miss you “real bad ya”

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