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Nolvin Chambers

Nolvin Ebertly Chambers

Saturday, May 6th, 1939 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Nolvin Ebertly Chambers, age 81, passed away Thursday morning May 14th 2020 at Broward Health
Medical Center.

Nolvin was born May 6th 1939, in Hanover Parish Jamaica, son of the late Nelson Chambers and EnidnYoung. He was charismatic and kind with a passion for cars, the sport of wrestling and good food. He had a candid way of expressing himself that even if you wanted to or not, it always made you smile and or giggle.

Nolvin left Hanover at young age to learn the mechanic trade in Montego Bay. He then worked at
Northern Industrial Garage, then H.E. Robinson and then at the Fire Station in Montego Bay Jamaica
where he was responsible for the maintenance of the fire trucks until he moved his family to the United States in 1970 where he continued his work as an auto mechanic. He first landed in Bay City Michigan then migrated to White Plains, NY. The northern winters proved to be too cold for his Caribbean blood therefore he made his way to Florida in 1979 where he remained until his death.

He is survived by his ex-wife Cysley Chambers, their children Delovon, Charlene, Alethea, Grandchildren Nicolas, Samantha, Daniel, Victoria, Dominique and Jordan, Great-Grandchild Luis as as his brother Norman, Patrick, sister Terry and several nieces, nephews, grand nephews and cousins. He is pre-deceased by his brothers Keith, Neville, Cupie and sister Carmen.

We will hold a virtual Funeral Service to lay him to rest and celebrate his life Saturday May 23 rd 2020 at
12:00pm.
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 | 12:00pm - 12:45pm
    When
    Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 12:00pm - 12:45pm
    Location
    Abundant Life Deliverance Ministries Center
    Address
    100 S Douglas Road
    Pembroke Pines, FL 33025
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  • Service

    Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 | 12:45pm
    When
    Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 12:45pm
    Location
    Abundant Life Deliverance Ministries Center
    Address
    100 S Douglas Road
    Pembroke Pines, FL 33025
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Officiant
    Father Joaquin Perez

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Delovon, Charlene and Alethea

Posted at 05:01pm
Remembering our Dad.

Our dad was god fearing and had a deep respect for the church and the christian faith. He was an occasional church goer. He came to this country from Jamaica when he was 31 years old. He loved cars and learned the trade of auto mechanic. He became a well respected Jaguar technician when he lived in White Plains, NY and later on opened up his own shop in St. Petersburg FL.

Other than cars his favorite pastime was watching and talking about wrestling. I went to some of the live matches with him as a child and you couldn't help but get caught up in his excitement. Those who know daddy look back fondly on the many passionate debates they had with him to determine if wrestling was fake or not. He of course swore the matches were real.

Daddy was charismatic, social and a jokester. He was just plain fun. He was blunt in a very comical way. He loved to tell stories of the Chambers family and growing up in Jamaica. He was very kind to his family and always helped them in anyway that he could.

Daddy loved his food. He was a big time foodie, especially for Jamaican food. His favorite was dumplings. Grandma would tell us stories of daddy sneaking dumplings out of the pots of soup she cooked when he was young man.

Unfortunately daddy developed Type 2 diabetes and hypertension in the latter part of his life. Within a 3 year period from 2011-2014, he kept ending up in the hospital because he was not managing his disease and either under medicated or over medicated himself. Daddy was diagnosed with dementia in 2014 and it was determined that he was no longer able to take care of himself. I moved daddy down to South Florida from St. Petersburg to be closer to me in 2014.

It was sad watching daddy over the last six years battling his disease. He was confused a lot of the times. He hated the sense of losing control and often times was in denial of being sick. Often times he would tell you that nothing was wrong with him and at times became combative. However through it all daddy's sweet jovial personality would shine through. He still remembered his younger days and the people he spent time with and grew with.
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Roxanne Rohn

Posted at 08:30am

I was very fortunate to have met Mr.Chambers in the 80’s thru my friendship with my dearest friend Charlene. I loved the entire family immediately. I experienced so much joy with a family rich with Jamaican culture and charm. Mr.Chambers was always happy to see me and provide food. He believed I was too tiny. He would say in a very jolly loud voice “ you malnourished, we got to fatten you up!” It was so much fun going to his auto shop and listening to him talk about cars, also trying new traditional Jamaican cuisine. He introduced me to WWE, it was exciting and always an adventure attending the matches, oh yeah and lots of eating plus keeping the change from concession runs. He was generous with his smile ,infectious deep laughter and loved to tell stories.
I will always treasure how he made me feel like I was part of the family. He will be missed and forever loved.

With loving memories,
Roxanne Rohn and Family
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Darryl , Kelley, & Chance Scott

Posted at 06:25pm
God took you in his loving arms. He saw you needed rest, His is garden must be beautiful, For He only takes the best. Rest in peace till we meet again
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Brenda Reid

Posted at 02:50pm
Nolvin’s siblings, family and relatives, knew that he was my favorite. He had an infectious laughter, he was funny, comical and had a distinct character. At many family gatherings that I attended, Nolvin was the center of attention, and I would start laughing before he began entertaining with his jokes and stories and they were many. My last visit with him was great. I will cherish the moments and special memories I shared with him and celebrate his life with smiles and laughter. Brenda
Rest In Peace my brother in law. Brenda
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