Soumaya Doumit Azar

30-Dec-1931 - 07-Jan-2022

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Posted by Tony and Heidi Nader | 11-Jan-2022

We are so saddened to hear of Soumaya’s passing we always remember her smile and dedication to Mother Mary auxiliary and support for St Peters Church .
She always made a point to see us and show her love and support for all of us .
Our sincere condolences thoughts and prayers to her Sister Salima and all her family
God bless all of you in this most difficult time an angel now watching over all of you .May her eternal Rest In Peace she will be missed but not forgotten.
Sincerely, Tony and Heidi Nader and family

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Posted by Sanaa Bchouty | 11-Jan-2022

Sorry for your loss ! Our deepest condolences!

I know Soumaya for over 25 years .
Soumaya was a pleasant person always positive in a good mood laughing all the time . She really had a way with people everybody loved her.
She always told me I love you sanoua as much as I love my nieces.(love you too auntie❤️)
Thinking of all the times we had coffee at your place … i will never forget you!

Our deepest sympathy bchouty family .

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Posted by Katia Andari | 08-Jan-2022

Tante Soumaya it has been a privilege to take care of you and my aunt salime for the past 5 years. I remember every time you saw me you will always say God bless you and protect you Katia. Now you are in heaven please pray for us. You are a saint. Love so much. My heart is broken. I need your help to be able to continue taking care of your sister. You will always be in my heart

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Posted by Maria Dawson | 08-Jan-2022

I always called you my second mom because you were not just my aunt .
You were my strength my teacher my Councellor & my friend .
I was so lucky that you shared your life with me . Thank you for your support and your encouragement & your love throughout the years .
Thank you for sharing your life your knowledge & your wisdom with me .
You taught me compassion, kindness & perseverance
You are my inspiration .
When I think about all the beautiful moments we shared together my heart get filled with gratitude.
Thank you for playing such a big part in my life .
I know you haven’t left me , I feel you all around me your hand holding mine as when I was a little girl .
I will cherish every moment we shared together forever.
You are now my ANGEL in heaven watching & guiding me from up above .
I will cherish you forever
I miss you Tante Soumaya😰
May you Rest In Peace until we meet again ❤️ I love you

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Posted by Eddy Dawson | 08-Jan-2022

Tante Soumaya was a strong, smart, and caring lady. I will always remember her as a teacher, woman of God and devoted to the Catholic Church. She always made time to help and teach you new things. As a young man, I was taught to always be respectful or else I might encounter the infamous slipper! She loved to sew clothing, and other intricate things I fondly remember many visits to the textile stores as a young boy where she would buy material and get new patterns to make new clothing! She was always so resourceful. We will miss the visits, prayers, and good memories shared. I was lucky to have her meet my wife Bre and son Elliott. She was always so happy to see them. We now have another angel in heaven. Rest In Peace Tante Soumaya, we will miss you. Please hug Taita and Gido for me.

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Posted by Julianna Morris | 08-Jan-2022

Tante Soumaya was a pillar of strength, commitment, and kindness. When she walked into a room you felt her presence and when she gave you the Tante Soumaya glance it left you frozen in your action. I am so grateful to have such an amazing woman in my life. The picture is of my Tante Soumaya, Mayme, and my beloved Mom. Sisterhood ❤️❤️❤️

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