Icilin Victoria Hall aka “Momma “was born September 11, 1937 in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica to the late Laura Bell Hall and Douglas Alexander Hall.
“Momma” as she was affectionately called, will be remembered for her love for her family, her compassion for people,maintaining her garden, nurturing her grandchildren, and her faith in god.
“Momma” migrated from Rockfort, Jamaica to Miami, FL, pursuing a career as a nursing assistant to provide for her family. “Momma” attempted to further her education in 1974 at Lindsey Hopkins Tech as a LPN. “Momma” continued her career as a nursing assistant caring for her patients and building friendly relationships with the patients and their families. “Momma” dedicated Thanksgiving holidays; to decorate the dining table, to cook, pray, and eat as a family. “Momma” hobbies were to add different types of flowers to her garden, weeding, and watering her lawn. “Momma” nurturing as a grandmother was beyond phenomenal and will be truly missed by her grandchildren. Momma” devoted her life to god and raised her family in the church. “Momma” was so in love with god even when she was diagnosed with dementia she still ministered the word until the dementia broke down her communication skills. “Momma” will be truly missed, never forgotten, and will be forever loved.
“Love You Momma”
“Momma” Follow behind her parents Laura Bell Hall and Douglas Alexander Hall and her three late sons, Waldemar Suah, Patrick Suah, and Walden Suah.
To cherish her memories, she leaves two daughters, Lavern Castell, Ava Suah; ten grandchildren, Lasabra Moore(Doobie), Sherine Bullock (Munchi), Trenice Matthews, NikkiSuah, Tisha Suah, Michelle Suah, Marlon Suah, Nigel Suah, Ray Suah, and Walter Suah; six great grandchildren, Raenelle Kelly, Riana Kelly, Aseley Avrilien Jr, Aiden Edwards,Jeremy Trotman, and Natalia Martinez; One son in-law, DonyaleTrotman
God Saw You Getting Tired
God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be,
So, he put his arms around you and whispered,
“Come to Me”
With tearful eyes we watched you
And saw you pass away
And although we love you dearly
We could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating
Hardworking hands at rest
God broke our hearts to prove to us
he only takes the best