” I cannot bring the old days back
Your smile I cannot see
I can only treasure the memories
Of days that used to be. “
It is with great sadness and very heavy heart that our family announces
the passing of our beloved
Jocelyn K Schirmer
after a terrible alcohol-related car accident,
on Saturday, March 11, 2017, at the age of 18 years.
Jocelyn was pronounced dead at the scene.
She was Born in Massachusetts, traveled to Brazil for a while when she was little and was currently living in Florida.
Ever since she was little she loved to sing and dance. She was a member of a church where she would sing together with PJ.
She loved swimming and playing with her cousins.
We lived in the same apartment for a long time.
They became very close to each other.
They grew up and still loved to do the same.
She was a very happy girl.
There was never a dull moment around her.
Even though a lot of people will try to speak bad about her or what she did, didn’t do.
My Niece did many great things that help change a lot of peoples lives…
She served her church and her community. She did a lot of things no one knew about.
and like every teenager, she had her fun too..
Today all we have left is her memories 😥
” In Gods garden up above
Stands a rose we dearly love
She stands with petals open wide
Watered by the tears we’ve cried
Her fragrance fills our lives each day
Locked in our hearts she will always stay.”
Jocelyn was a wonderful woman that was loved, is missed, and will always be cherished.
Jocelyn will be lovingly remembered by my sister (her mother Elaine Ribeiro), her father Paul Schirmer, her brother Paul Junior, John Thomas, her sister Jacquelyn, her sister Lyah, her Grandmother Grimalde & Dores. Jocelyn will also be fondly remembered by all her Aunts, Uncles, her cousins and friends.
Our lives will NEVER be the same 😥
“May the winds of love blow softly
And whisper for you to hear
That we’ll always love and miss you
And wish that you were here.”
A Funeral Service in her memory is still to be scheduled.
I ask Kindly if you can
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All Photos and Memories will be uploaded here