In Loving Memory of


She was from Petite Soufriere and resided in Pottersville.


September 28, 2015


She has left to mourn:

Mother: Jennifer Darroux

Father: John Jno. Pierre

Daughter: Briana Laudat

Grandmother: Bessie Newton

Brothers: Nigel Yoni Smith, Juah, Sherby, Joshua, and Ken Jno.Pierre

Aunts: Sylvia and Vera Darroux, Marilyn Hypolite, Valentine Stoute, Cornelia Fontaine, Zexia Durand, Constance Thomas

Uncle: Mitchel Benjamin

Nephew: Juwani, Navid, Jaylen, and Riley

Nieces: Nayesa

Numerous cousins including Decima, Nelda, Chanda, Julius, Deanne, Lynn, Deserie, Franco, Jan, Syarra, Leela, Shalyma, Dean, Nanette,  Marvique, Lymaiq, Lyam, Kylie, Anderson, Cherry, Candy, Joy, Britney, Dequan, Melba, Dominique, Melbern, Albern, Mahidi, Frank, Latoya, Keiran, Neuron, Nellister, Kian, Sherwin, Allyssa, Nia, Akeba, Ranita, Deran, Jared, Jahkobi, Jahzai, Kayah, Mickey, Teza, Judel, Jeallyn, Jachai, Jade

Sisters in law: Sophia Barry, Lakeisha and Elesa Jno. Pierre

Other in-laws: Michael, Wadel, Jefferson, Ken , Dorian, Leroy, Felix and Jessica

Godchildren: Shieda, Marquelle, Carlyn, Tahir, Britney, Shamaree, Michelle, Shanna, Clidelle

Close family: Royston, Benedict, Regina Walsh, Helen Login, Jenia and Joanah Durand, Eve Newton, Nurse Laville and their families, Granny Vayvay, the Lockhart family

Close friends and family: Sammy, Sharon, Anise, Mara, Cathy, Liselle, Paula, Lilian, Reid, Mano, Martha, Rudy, Aretha, Nenen, Mirium Lewis, Felix Wilson, Mrs. Serrant, Cleo, Mrs. Bardouille, Janice, Reginald, Dr. George Daniel, Dorian Simon, Algernon Ducreay, Jacqueline Robinson, Peter Letang, Verna Simon and their families, Chewitt, Lennox, Allan, Rowell, Laurel, Louie, the Doctrove and Severin families, Kelvin, Ferdy, Clyde, neighbours and friends of Pottersville

Numerous other relatives and friends including The Newton, Darroux, Jno. Pierre, Durand and Prosper families both home and abroad, Principals, staff and students of the Goodwill Primary and Morne Prosper Primary schools, Virgin Gorda family,  St. Martin Secondary Class of 1995, Dominica Teachers College Class of 2005, the teaching fraternity, Staff of the ICU




The body can be viewed at 10:30 a.m on Friday, October 9, 2015.

The funeral service takes place at 11 a.m. at The St. Alphonsus Catholic Church followed by interment at The Roseau Roman Catholic Church.

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  1. C Morris
    October 21, 2017

    OMG, someone who made a massive impact on me and will never get to know. So sorry.

  2. NL
    March 26, 2017

    As you remember your dear loved one, the hope of the resurrection can be so comforting- knowing that Vernillia will be brought back to life (John 5:28,29).

  3. Yolanda E. Ramirez
    December 7, 2016

    I pray that our Almighty God soothes your pain and fortifies you richly as you cope with the loss of your beloved Vernillia. The Bible is a source of great comfort in times as this. Picture Vernillia’s joy when Jesus wakes her up to enjoy the conditions if Rev. 21:4, where gone are pain, sickness, and death! This is a sure hope. You can read the Bible online FREE and in your language by going to Sincerely, Y. E. R.

    October 5, 2015


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