Daisy E. Breathwaite

Norfolk, Virginia

1936 - 2013

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My condolences to the family. What a phenomenal woman Mrs. Breathwaite was,the lives she impacted by the life she lived, the love she gave, the wisdom/knowledge she shared...I could go on and on. Her life was one that exemplified Matt.5:16 "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works,and glorify your Father which is in Heaven. I am grateful to God for the impact such a godly woman has made in my life.

Mrs Breathwaite was both of my childrens teacher , the lesson that she tought them were PRICELESS , the song that will always remind me of her that both my children sang was GOD'S NOT DEAD HE IS SYILL ALIVE , I FEEL HIM IN HANDS , I FEEL HIM IN MY FEET , I FEEL HIM ALL OVER ME .
Thank you Mrs. Breathwaite for helping me start my children off in life with the GREATEST TEACHER GOD HAD TO OFFER . YOU WILL ALWAYS BE LOVED R.I.P SWEET ANGLE

Mama Dee was a "christian icon". Try not to be sad but celebrate because she has gone home. My condolences to the family. God Bless.

Mama Dee you are so special to me. I learned so much from you during my early years. Thank you for your love and wisdom...you always knew what to say. As the years passed, I would only saw you now and then but the site of you warmed my heart and always bought back those wonderful memories we shared. I thank God for putting you in my life and for all the help you gave when I was raising Tony. Til we meet again "special lady".

You were such a special part of my childhood at St. Mark. Your reading oc the Sunday announcement s was always a treat. Thank you for your wonderfully fabulous manner and life lessons. My condolences to your family.

I miss you so much already Gramma but I know you are in heaven with Granpa and we will see each other again. Love you always

Terri, Maurice, Shirley and family:

I am so sorry for your loss; and please know that you are in my prayers.

Carolynn Melton

I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is so full right now. I remember Ms.Daisy from when I was a little girl growing up in St.Mark's. I can see her standing before the congregation reading the morning announcements. Dressed ever so fabulously with a beautiful smile. "Loved her hats". As a little girl I knew She was a special gift from God. What a blessing She was to all of us who knew and were blessed to share in her love and wisdom. Rest in Peace Ms. Daisy..


Daisy's Obituary

Daisy E. BreathwaiteNorfolk - Breathwaite, Daisy E., 77, passed away peacefully at home on March 15, 2013. She was born in South Boston, VA, and moved to Norfolk at an early age. For over thirty-five years, she dedicated her life to teaching. She began as a pre-school teacher at St. Paul...

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