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Thanksgiving Service Celebrating the Life of


 Donna Nicola Sibeana Moncrieffe

DECEMBER 26, 1972 – SEPTEMBER 17,2021


Until we meet again…

Those special memories of you

will always bring a smile

if only I could have you back

if only for a while

Then we could sit and talk again

just like we used to do

you always meant so very much

and always will do too

The fact that you are no longer here

will always cause me pain

but you’re forever in my heart

until we meet again.

Born in Kingston Jamaica

DECEMBER 26 , 1972

Maya Angelou posited the question and I quote “What is a fear of living? It’s being preeminently afraid of dying. It is not doing what you came here to do, out of timidity and spinelessness. The anidote is to take full responsibility for yourself – for the time you take up and the space you occupy. If you don’t know what you’re here to do, then just do some good”

It is with profound loss that I give this remembrance but as I reflect on the life of my sister, I can whole heartedly say that Donna Nicola Sibeana Moncrieffe represented the very essence of Maya Angelou’s Antidote, from her sunrise on December 26, 1972, to her sunset on September 17, 2021 because Donna took full responsibility for not only herself but her family, she did good, lots of good for family, relatives and friends including acquaintance.

Today as we celebrate the life of a remarkable young woman, Donna, affectionately called ‘D’. we often consider what is the art of being a mother, a daughter, a sibling – yet all we can do is to give of our best and hope that we do it well, for Donna she certainly excelled.


Donna’s Video Tribute Wall


Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories.

Would you like to offer Donna’s loved ones a condolence message? Please feel free to write your message of sympathy below.

You may also sign her virtual obituary guestbook as well as light a tribute candle and upload your own photos and memories to share with the family on her Legacy Obituary Page.


  1. Cherianna Brown Phillips

    Donna, you were everything that I read in your Eulogy. I am blessed to have met and worked with you at the Ministry of National Security. I have never seen you upset or even say a negative word about or to anyone.
    Always a pleasant facial expression. Gone too soon. Sleep in Peace Moncrieffe.

    • Cheree D'Oyley

      I too had the privilege of benefitting from the effectiveness of Donna’s professional kindness as she served in human resource. May her soul rest in peace. Julia please accept my condolences may God bless you and your entire family in this difficult time of loss.

  2. Melesia Fearon

    Sleep in eternal peace Donna. Working with you was an absolute pleasure. Your drive and dedication was so admirable.
    You were always so patient , open and honest and you will forever have my respect.

    • Lorlaine Samuels

      RIP Ms. Moncrieffe, forever in our hearts & memories ?

      Post & Telecom Family ❤️

  3. Judia Golding

    Donna, I will miss you so much, words cannot express! You were the epitome of what true friendship should be. You were kind, loving, caring, empathetic, intelligent, sympathetic, a wonderful mother; I could go on and on about you. I am so happy to have been a part of your life. Always and forever in my memories… your friend Judia

  4. Sophia Stewart


    Rest in eternal harmony my loving and sweet sister, forever I will always miss you . ?????? These candles represent YOU !!!. D

    • Michael McPherson

      Donna, you will always be a part of us at PTD. You made your mark. Rest in peace.

      • Millicent Spencer Eubanks

        Donna we all love ? you but Jesus love you best Rest in peace ✌my friend our prayers are with the family ? friend co-workers and other relatives sleep on my friend ❤?and take your rest ❤??


    It is hard to lose a loved one to the grave but I know God will grant you the strength to go on. Life is the greatest gift that God has given us. Death is only a bridge towards eternal life with God. My heartfelt condolences to the family, I’m sorry for your loss and for the sudden grief in your lives. As you mourn, I pray that God will bring you comfort and give you strength you need to go on ……..“Blessed Are Those Who Mourn, for They Will be Comforted” (Matthew 5:4) Be strong in the Lord

  6. Kadyann Stupart

    Rest In Peace Aunty Donna. Thank you for the conversations we’ve had. You have definitely touched the hearts of both me and my mom. You will be so very missed.

  7. Viscount Jones

    One of the most encouraging people I have ever known…
    I have never seen anyone come into this Department and touch so many persons in such a short time.
    You will surely be missed. Walk well Donna.

  8. Junia Williams

    I will always remember you. What wonderful times we spent at work and other times. I am hurting yes, but I am all the better for knowing you. Sleep in peace my friend.

  9. Lyneika McLean

    Aunty Donna was a very kind hearted person, always willing to assist and gave great advice❤ thank you and may your soul rest in peace. Condolences to my bestfriend (Wade) and his family ❣

  10. Donovan Dixon

    Donna…. You were a true example of a human being to us at PTD….SIP!!!!

  11. Adrienne Nugent

    Donna, your sudden death has touched our lives and hearts at PTD. Sleep on girl, miss you

  12. Mavis Davidson

    One of the most genuine person I’ve worked with. I’m still at a loss for words re your untimely passing. Rest in eternal peace Donna. It was my sincerest privilege for our paths to have crossed.

  13. Wade Williams

    Mom, I’m forever grateful for the sacrifices you’ve made to ensure that I am who I am today, I promise to continue making you proud, as you smile at your “one bwoy” I love you forever and always

  14. Michelle Barrett

    Donna, Rest in eternal peace. I don’t want you to worry about Wade I will Protect him and look out for him, just the way you would. Rest in peace sweet lady.

  15. Jodie-Ann Douglas

    I wanted to comment on here earlier but I’ve been loss for words, as I know the difficult time my friends, Wade, Kintu and their family are going through right now. Miss Donna was a very kind and helpful person who has imprinted several hearts, including mine. Wade, I pray that God will comfort you and your whole family during this sad time. May he richly bless you as you mourn, and may the light of his presence be a continual source of consolation. ??❤️?

  16. Milton Cameron

    Donna, today marks one month since you left us, you were like an angel to me, and I miss you so much❤️ May perpetual light shine on you as you rest in eternal peace. Love always.

  17. Belinda

    Happy Birthday D

  18. Julia

    Hi D miss you we r now in 2022

  19. Wade

    It’s been a year and i haven’t missed you any less nor has my pain dwindled, but as long as I breathe you will never be forgotten, I love you mom


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