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IN CELEBRATION & THANKSGIVING FOR THE LIFE OF

Lloyd St.Jerome Fletcher

May 06, 1956 – August 06, 2021

“ORDER OF SERVICE”

WELCOME & OPENING PRAYERPastor Howard Tyson (Fellowship Tabernacle)

EULOGYJanine Fletcher-Taylor (Daughter)

SONGPsalm 23 (Happy Wonderer)

REMEMBRANCEFaith Fletcher  (Sister)

LESSON – Hebrews 9: 26 &27 Natalia Fletcher (Daughter)

COMMITTAL – Pastor Tyson

PRAYER FOR FAMILY-  Pastor Tyson

“What sickness robbed from us, became Heaven’s gain.”

Excerpt “A Special Tribute” – Daneil Fletcher (daughter)

Born in Jamaica 

May 06, 1956

Lloyd St Jerome Fletcher was born to Albert Roy Fletcher (Artisan) & Linda E. Fletcher (Teacher). He was the first of 3 children for Mother. However, he automatically became a member of a much larger family, as he also became the seventh of 10 children for his father.
Lloyd spent his formative years living in Harbour View. In August 1964, at the age of eight, the family relocated to Boscobel, St. Mary, where his mother became the Head Mistress of Boscobel Primary School. While at Boscobel Primary, Lloyd displayed skills as a cricketer and a long-distance runner and could easily represent Jamaica in 800-1500 metre races…

Rememberance

By Faith Fletcher (sister)

When most people think of Lloyd, they remember him as a Great Storyteller, Comedian, Dramatist, Dancer, Music Enthusiast, Dedicated Father, Sports Enthusiast,
Hard Worker, and someone with a sweet-tooth.
But to understand the man, you need to understand his past.

MUSIC & DANCE
We grew up in a house where music and dancing were daily activities. Our father loved music – in every form. We had records from every genre and era at home. Every Saturday, the entire family would gather to watch “Where It’s At” on JBC TV. During this program, daddy, a former glass bucket club regular and a first-class dancer would promote dancing competitions amongst his children and then judge
the affair. The hustle, 3-step, cripple dance, you name it, Lloyd mastered it.

A LIFETIME OF MEMORIES

WE LOVE YOU, ALWAYS & FOREVER

(View the Family Pictures by clicking here or watching the video below) 
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Wherever a beautiful soul has been there is a trail of beautiful memories.

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

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

2 Comments

  1. Faith Fletcher

    Lloyd was always a deeply spiritual person. He grew up in the church and could quote many scriptures. He also knew a lot about religious history. He often commented about the fact that he knew he had a calling on his life and would one day turn his life over to service….”soon”

    One of the things I am happiest about, was that God actually gave him time to set the record straight. Before going into surgery he visited church for prayer and recommitted his life to God. He never missed an opportunity for prayer throughout the process. He believed in the power of prayer. His faith was strong which is perhaps why he never felt pain.

    For this all we give God thanks.

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  2. Mo’

    I never got to meet you but heard so much about you from your daughter Natalia (she’s such a beautiful lady) and I’m sure she got such from you. She speaks/spoke highly of you and how she misses you. My condolences to the family.

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