In Loving Memory of Kerline Romul
Sunrise June 7, 1977 – Sunset April 4, 2020
Kerline Romul was born on June 7, 1977 in Haiti, and on that day we know she was a blessing. Kerline was a hard-working woman. Even though she was married she was very independent. She was a student nurse at Cedar grove Hospital Center. Kerline was very generous as well, always forgiving even when she shouldn’t be. Kerline had 5 children which names are; Wilenda, Bobby, Kemberly Petit-Homme, and Lovely, Makayla Philippe. She struggled a lot in life to take care of her kids and make sure they had food on their plate, and clothes on their back every single day. We loved her so much. Kerline, we thank you for your services.
Kerline was sick for 2 weeks. She was experiencing lightheadedness and feeling weak. She drunk like 2 cans of coconut water back to back. We decided to call the ambulance, but they didn’t take her due to the risk of the corona virus going on in the emergency rooms. They told her if she called them again, they would take her at risk. On April 1st around 4am one of her youngest children went to check on her in the living room,since she was sick. Lovely found her on the carpet shaking. She called her, “Ma, Ma!” but no response. Lovely rushed up the stairs to get Bobby. They came down and noticed she was having a seizure, her eyes were closed. He called the ambulance the second time. They took her but her children couldn’t go. When she got to the hospital, the doctors told us she must have been diabetic, because her blood sugar was so high, in the 1200s. As a day or two went by it went down. But then the doctor told the oldest sister Wilenda she had the virus. We figured she must have gotten it from the hospital because she wasn’t having any symptoms of the virus. We were praying, hoping for the best so that she would come home. Until April 4th we got that call and the doctor said she was gone… You will be missed my angel.
“May the Lord protect our family and guide us toward the right path. May the Lord watch over us in every decision we make.”
“Gone but never forgotten”