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Name:  " Lawrence Baptiste "
Better Known As  Danly McQueen
D.O.B:  11-26-1928
D.O.D  03/17/2018
Country From:  Grenada
State / Parish:  St. Johns
District  Grand Ray
Place of Death  Brooklyn New York
Service Date
04/06/2018 @ 7:00pm


Saint Gregory the Great RC Church
corner of St. Johns Place & Brooklyn Avenue
Brooklyn New York 11213
Viewing: 5:00 - 7:00pm
Interment: Saturday April 7th 2018
Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn NY

Special Info  The death is announced of Lawrence Baptiste also known as Danly McQueen of Grand Roy, St. John's, Grenada. Baptiste who resided in Brooklyn NY passed away on March 17, 2018 at the age of 89. He was the father of Daphne Lawrence and the late Basil Lawrence of Grenada. He was the brother of Lashley McQueen the only surviving sibling of 5 boys. Grandfather of 8 Cheryl Forrester and Stephanie Billy in the US; Jacqueline, Alicia, Andy, and Wayndell in Grenada; and Alana and Stephen in Trinidad. Great-Grand Father of 15, including David, Daniel and Deleon Thomas in the US; Great Great-Grand Father of 12. Uncle of many including Pearl Patterson, Marcia, Carol and Garfield McQueen In the US; Carl, Chrispin, Anthea, and Pamela in Grenada; Gennalyn in Canada and Lisa in Trinidad. Other relatives and friends including Judith Lawrence, Ruth Rennie, Dan Francis, Flora St. Louis, Ronnie Hackett, Marsha Paul, the Baptiste, McEwen, Roberts and Collins family of Grand Roy

my sincere condolences. as you reflect on cherished memories to be comforted also take to heart our creator's loving promise to end death and all forms of suffering. he will soon reunite us with our loved ones to enjoy a life of true happiness and peace forever. (revelation 21:4; john 5:28,29; titus 1:2)
ST. GEORGE [4/6/2018]

i am very sorry to hear about your loss. some comforting scriptures that help me to cope is acts 24:15 and psalm 34:18 i look forward to the time when death will be no more isaiah 25:8
GRENADA [4/5/2018]

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