Death Announcement of Christine Watt-Birmingham better known as Asay a beloved resident of Tete Morne, Dominica

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Christine Watt-Birmingham better known as Asay; a beloved resident of Tete Morne, Dominica. Asay was born on December 5, 1933, and peacefully passed on April 26, 2023 surrounded by her family and loved ones.

Asay will be remembered for her kind heart, warm smile, and her unwavering love for her family. She was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, and a true friend to all who knew her. Asay was a woman of great faith and was an active member of her church community, always lending a helping hand whenever it was needed.

She is survived by her:
Children – Simonine Birmingham, Stanislaus Birmingham Sr., Ifill Birmingham, Moses Birmingham, Emillinne Guiste, Catherine Birmingham, Garfield Birmingham, Sylvian Roberts

Stepson – Christian Birmingham

Grand Children – Glenroy Birmingham, Calvert Birmingham, Shirley Birmingham-Nibbs, Shelani Birmingham-Conow, Donald Birmingham, Jasmine Birmingham, Nathalie Birmingham, Nickisha Fontaine, Stanislaus Birmingham Jr., Heather Birmingham, Mervin Birmingham, Kervin Birmingham, Myrtle Birmingham, Kelvin Birmingham, Kendra Birmingham, Kenroy Birmingham, Kemicha Birmingham, Daniel Birmingham, Alisha Birmingham, Warren Birmingham, Merlin Birmingham, Christine Birmingham, Noah Birmingham, Nevinson George, Lisa Liverpool, Ishma Liverpool, Nickleshia Elizee, Helene Guiste, Marlon Angol, Chelcy Angol, Kenlon Angol, Abedale Samuel, Sandy Bellot, Shanice Bellot, Nelcia Birmingham,  James Birmingham, Maureen Waithe, Verna ‘Bo’ Theophile, Richilda Stout, Davina Gachette, Gregory Robert, Alvin Angol, Catherine Angol, Carolyn Angol, Mara Henderson, Ginelle Henderson

Great Grand Children – Marquis Angol, Ariel Angol, Chelan Foster, DaLisa Todman, Ethan Liverpool, Cordell Abraham, Alisha Abraham, Brianna Abraham, Sherisha Elizee, Sharim Elizee, Sherim Elizee, Kerson Birmingham, Naiel Noel, Darnell Birmingham, Prince Birmingham, Sanyrah Birmingham, Shania Francis, Ah’Jhonet Nibbs, Ah’Lejha Nibbs, Ah’Jhe’da Nibbs, Cameron Ashley, Merlisha Alexander, Merlanda Dorsette, Anisha George, Jaylon George, Ziva George, Corinne St. Lewis, Kevia St. Lewis, Stephie Theophile, Jordan Waithe, Ginelle Waithe, Dillon Bellot, Rihanna Stout, Isaac Stout, Maeva Gabriel, Celina Gabriel, Dillan Gabriel, Dalia Gachette, Yasmine Robert, Talia Robert, Kishon, MJ, Julia Birmingham, Anelia Bruney, Kenny Pacquette, Kemal Birmingham, Kamroy Birmingham, Alex Jude, Alvinson Jude, Alickson Jude, Ally Jude, Aelinna Birmingham, Deanna Defoe, Abigail Birmingham, Kammira Birmingham, Kelinna Birmingham

Great Great Grand Children – O’Danis, Dwayne

Nieces and Nephews – Julie Watt-Dominique, Rosette Watt-Christian, Christine Watt-Laurent, Desmond Watt, Petrus Watt

Grand Nieces and Grand Nephews – Paula Watt, Ezra Watt, Hazel Watt, Andra Watt, Sandra Watt, Cassandra Watt, Dandra Watt, Ellis Watt, Elvis Watt, Elvin Watt

In-laws – Rosema Alexander, Julie Birmingham, Kishma Birmingham, Antis Birmingham, Hilton Guiste, Joseph Samuel, Matthew Roberts, Delia Angol, Sheridon Elizee, Renold Fontaine, Latrisha Birmingham, Ahsham Nibbs, Kailem Conow, Ingrid Birmingham, Velma Birmingham, Leonora Durand-Birmingham, Shanna George, Lucy Benoit-Watt

Other Family and Friends too Numerous to Mention

Preceded in Death by – Christina Williams (Sister-in-law), Casimir Birmingham (Husband), Euzebe Birmingham (Son), Phillip Birmingham (Son), Anthony Watt (Brother), Theresa Birmingham (Daughter), James Birmingham (Son), Claudia Samuel (Daughter), Margaret Angol (Daughter), Natasha Birmingham (Grand Daughter), Shadrack Birmingham (Grand Son)

Asay will be deeply missed by all who knew her and left a lasting impression on everyone she met throughout her life.

Viewing and funeral services will be held on June 12, 2023 beginning at 2:00pm at the Grand Bay Catholic Church with burial at Grand Bay Catholic Cemetery.

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