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Etheline Louise (Earle) Peters

November 5, 1931 ~ March 15, 2019 (age 87)

Etheline Louise Earle was one of several children born to (the late) Fitzgerald Earle and Lilian White Earle on November 5, 1931 in Panama City, Republic of Panama. Her siblings were Halloric (deceased), Wilfred (deceased), George (deceased), Iris (deceased), Reynold (deceased), Doris (deceased), Marva and Daphnay.

Luisa as she was most fondly known, dated and subsequently in August 1947 married Egbert Jack Peters (who predeceased her). She was blessed with five children, Felicidad, Tyrone, Fernando, Xiomara and Elvia.

Her early education was done at La Boca High School in the former Canal Zone. Later in life she studied and graduated from a Beautician School and for a couple of years did practice this vocation. From an early age she was an active member of the National Baptiste Church along with her parents and older siblings.

In 1972 Luisa migrated to the United States to join her son and other family members. She gained employment at Duane Read pharmacy from 1972 to l974 and, subsequently A.R.A. Services. Inc. at the World Trade Center from 1974 to 1995 when she retired.

She enjoyed life to the fullest hosting and attending many parties and gatherings with family and friends. She had an infectious smile which gave her the distinction of easily making friends and keeping them for a lifetime, some whom are still alive today. 

On Friday, March 15, 2019 she completed her mission here on earth and, our Heavenly Father called her home to glory where no doubt she is attending the best gathering ever with her family and friends.

Luisa will be sadly missed by her children: Felicidad. Tyrone, Fernando, Xiomara, and Elvia; grandchildren: Winston, Jr., Giselle, Tyrone, Jr., Fernando, Jr., Terrill, Gilberto, Jr., Aviel, Talitha, Alexandra, Joseph and Andrio; great-grandchildren: Kiana, Malik, Yaisbeth, Romelo, Fernando, III, Eliya, Kaelyn, Antonio, Kaylor, Ariana, and Brianna; sisters: Marva Douglas, Daphna Punnett Ealey and a host of nieces, nephews and many, many friends.

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