Thursday, October 4, 2012

Solange Vildor

Solange Vildor, age 59 of Orlando, passed away in Cumming, Georgia on September 28th, 2012.  She was born in Port-au-Paix, Haiti the daughter of Ducous Joseph and Melia Vilasaint.  Solange moved to Central Florida from Miami in 1989 was self employed and a missionary to all.
 
Solange leaves to cherish her memory her 7 children and 8 grandchildren.
 
The family will be receiving friends on Friday, October 5th, 2012 from 8:00 until 10:00 pm at Dobbs Funeral Home.  The funeral service will be held at 9:30 am on Saturday, October 6th, 2012 at Premiere Eglise Baptiste Ebenezerb Orlando, located at 3403-3413 N. Pine Hills Road, followed by interment at Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
 

8 comments:

Kelly said...

To Vildor family: My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother and friend. We can all be comforted by what the scriptures says at Isaiah 33:24 "And no resident will say: I am sick," and the words found at Revelation 21:4 "And he will out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." In due time our Heavenly Father will thru His Son call all those in memorial tombs. (John 5:28,29)

Solanges children said...

Thank you to all who cared for our mom who was a loving person. Her memory lives on in our hearts as the almighty allows her to rest in peace. We love you mom.

Anonymous said...

As we draw near your date of leaving this earth never to suffer again with pain we say the you to God our creator for allowing you to be our mom. We love you and with your memories kept alive .love u mom

Jacqueline Gedin said...

I never meet Solange face to face but we spoked on the phone. Although I never saw her in person she was willing to help me. She become my counselor in what should I do next. She even offer me a plane ticket that I refused.When I became on my feet she was the person that I called to come to see me, she said she was sick and I told her I will come to her and this never happen. Today since last year I called but the number is disconnected so I look on Google and I saw her face for the first time in Obituairy. May the Lord have pitty for her soul. Rest in peace Solange. I will meet you in the other side. You was a great women. I miss your poise voice that made me feelthat I know you for ages. YOU are missed

Jacqueline Gedin said...

this is only what I will said about my voice friend since 2004 I miss you Solange Vildor Peace be with your soul my dearest

Anonymous said...

Dear Jacqueline:
I was calling her too and couldn't get a hold of her until I googled her name and saw her orbituary. I understand how you feel. I lived in Orlando near her until she moved to Georgia with her daughter. she was very ill and went to live with her daughter and her grandkids there. believe me, I was in shock too when I found out because I was in an accident in 2012 and lost touch with her for a while then when I got better and was trying to call her, I found out she died. She was one of my best friends and meant so much to me. I miss her too. Maybe one day, we will meet and share some memories of her.

Anonymous said...

Jacqueline:
Solange was a feisty old girl. She was honest, fun and young at heart. She was 21 years older than me but we were still best friends and always had so much to talk about. We talked about men, love, business , money, sex, family....everything. If I had a story, believe me Solange had a story too. She really been through it in her lifetime.
Since you never saw her in person, I'll tell you some of her features. She was lean, had beautiful lean muscles and was about maybe 5'6". Even for an older lady, she was sexy. She used to braid her hair sometimes but in general had a short hair cut. She used to wear these head wraps that were like 12" high. She wore a lot of scarfs and sleeveless tops to show her lean arms. I used to kiss face all the time and hug her because I was always so happy to see her. She was soft and smoothe. I am younger than her and she had more lean muscle than I did. She was always on the go because she had 2 grandkids that kept her busy. She owned a really nice botanica in Orlando downtown and I went to see there everyday if I didn't get to go to her house to see her. I wish you got a chance to see her. She was a phenonimal woman.

Anonymous said...

My mom was a unique person with a heart to give her last. I miss her and wish she were here, I miss her personality, her smell, her wisdom, her heart and her business savvy. The women could sell water to a whale and fish to a fisherman.