Krystofau Rivers Post tribute on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 01:29
Rest well brother.. i had a short time to get to know you but it was worth it. Your memory will live on..
Keisha Guscott Post tribute on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 01:13
Sleep well, sweet Nyle. You have gone from us in body but your spirit lives on in the many memorable moments that you shared with everyone who had the opportunity to meet you. No more pain. May your soul rest in peace. Until we meet again.
Imani Rainford Post tribute on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 00:48
Nyle Jordan Ashwold Stewart... I’ve been trying to recall what my earliest memory of you could possibly be...but I come up short. It feels as if if known you as long as I’ve known myself. If it was swim days at ymca? Pool/beach days with our families? Or us just playing outside at my house or watching tv with Damion at yours? I have siblings galore but you’re my brother has also been my closest friend in life. Nyle was my person, we would joke about the beauty of how low maintenance our bond was. We didn’t have to talk everyday to know that our connection was secure. You were my confidant in life...the only person that I was ever comfortable being 100% candid with. We never argued, agreed on most things but for times when we did not...we were always honest about it. He’d call me out on being too giving, for not being selfish enough with the people I spent my time on...and gave me a lecture whenever he thought I was being dumb (which he was always right to do...he’s been my little brother but has always been my elder). Come on...home boy spoke in parables. Nyle has always been welcome at lot 71 and i’ll miss having him here. The company at care group meetings, the company when light is gone, the randomly finding him in my kitchen without knowing that he even came over, the drive outs to just talk, lunch dates, the ten minute long voice notes he would send about the dreams he had. Joining the line at camp to collect my food to give to you so that you could have two plates of food instead of one. The honest commentary on anything that was going on, the thoughts that people had but wouldn’t say out loud. He would always complain to me “Imz yuh nuh see seh nice guys finish last? People say they want nice but they don’t”. That for me represents Nyle, he was a genuinely nice person, selfless, considerate, attentive, forgiving, loyal. He is the person that I can say I was privileged to have in my life. There will never be another like my sweet sarcastic Jordan. I will always miss and love him and think about our memories with fondness. He’s forever etched in my heart and memories and on my body (I have a scar on my knee from a football tackle at kid’s evening that we both got in trouble with Aunty Lorna for). SIGHS I’m blessed to have known him. Aunty Mich and Uncle Rog...you blessed so many people by bringing him into this world and I thank you for bringing him into mine and just living so close by. This has really shaken me but I pray to get even half of the grace that you two possess. I pray that as a family all of you will draw even closer and that God will just continue to strengthen you and to comfort you. PS. I’m going to be under the both of you like BENCH! PS PS. You too Aunty Nicqi!
Andrine Francis Post tribute on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 00:32
Nyle you came to us for a brief moment but your life was well lived. The impact you made will forever be etched in our minds. Such debonair young man who epitomized selflessness and vibrancy. I remember I met you at camp. Though you were small you were mature for your age. From then attributes of selflessness and kindness were seen. You were so confident. The world was yours for the taking. As the years went by and we met at camp more and more the leader, comedian and agent of change emerged. You were so sociable and always helping the new campers to adjust to "camp life". Of all the camps attended 2011 stood out vividly in my mind. I remember we visited the St. Ann's Bay Infirmary, many of the campers even counsellors were not comfortable. Some persons even went back to the bus but you stayed . As we sat on a bench near the entrance you were so confident relaying your love for philantropy. You even mentioned visiting the less fortunate is something you do from time to time. The ease in which you spoke to the residents was something that I had to pause to observe. You interacted without hestitation and you were so caring especially to those who were disabled. This memory of your caring nature will live on. You have been very active in the UCJCI community particularly the youth Ministry. Your involvement is testament to your altruistic and loyal nature. Nyle the world will miss a brilliant gentleman. I was happy to have crossed your path. Since September 7 2018 you are no longer with us but your legacy will live on. The quality of life is not determined by the length of time on earth one lives but the positive impact made. You have touched many lives. May your soul rest in peace.
Sivva Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 22:55
From STGC to uwi we weren't close friends but your jovial spirit made u likeable amongst everyone....1 thing all chuu the face a adversity u spirit never drop RIP me boss
Dana Campbell Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 22:25
Nyle was one person you could always find smiling or making some kind of silly joke. He was a classmate that was always involved and willing to participate in activities. I even remember the times he would greet me with a hug daily or just give me a cute compliment. He was honestly a sweetheart and I'm 100% sure that he touched many people with his outgoing personality. Nyle, I know your journey was hard but you always pushed through with a smile. S. I. P Nyle, I know you're up in heaven smiling down at us.
Tara Tyme Campbell Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 22:24
My comfort is that you are free from suffering and pain; you are resting eternally and heaven has another angel...Sweet Nyle...sleep in peace “If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.” (Romans 14:8)
Carole Small Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 22:23
My sincere condolences to the bereaved family. May God's grace be with you all in your time of grief.
Suzette Brissett Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 22:01
Nyle obviously took root in the lives of many persons... Im happy to share in that knowledge. Friends and Family, as you mourn the departure of such a wonderful person, celebrate the privilege you shared in knowing and nurturing him. And, when you become overwhelmed, take comfort in knowing that you have a high Priest that can be touched with the feelings of your infirmties. May Christ the true comforter keep your hearts and mind. On behalf of UCYAAM.
Marjorie Bolero Haughton Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 21:56
If prayers could have kept You, you would still be here. I f love, then your family would still watch you smile, but human efforts could not keep you from the creator of human love. To him you have fulfilled your purpose. We give thanks to God that the beautiful gift of you will remain with those who knew you and loved you. Sleep on beloved son, friend, classmate, son of colleague and friend.
Abigail Bourne-James Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 21:55
I met you when we were like 10. New girl at Mona Prep and anxious about making new friends. You were always there to crack a terrible joke and offer a smile. I will never forget that about you. That smile... We hadn't spoken in some time but at the mention of your name I just remembered that smile. You were joy embodied in human form and I didn't need to spend too much time around you to know that. Thank you for sharing your smile with me. With all of us. Thank you for your joy, Nyle.
Camille Bell-Hutchinson Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 21:54
Nyle .. you were one of a kind! Rest in peace my precious one. You will always be in our hearts!
Ayana McCalman Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 21:44
Rest in peace and Rise in power Nyle. You lived and loved, that we see in the tributes to you. I pray God's comfort for the whole family in this season.
Rojae Morris Post tribute on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 21:23
We met at the University through a mutual friend and I immediately saw his jovial spirit on display. He was always the life of the room giving jokes, mischief and having a good time. Focused, well-mannered and talented are just a few words that described this unique and wonderful person. I remember we used to spare in MMA and he would always one up me. I never got the chance to best him. You are missed greatly. Rest easy Nyle