“I want my boys to be the best they can be and to know the value of everything they have to achieve their hopes and dreams.”
THINK of Omaima Marmarchi, and your mind will likely conjure up an extraordinarily elegant woman in a little black dress, warm and welcoming, a stunning home decorator, exceptional cook and a great enthusiast of music and dance. You will immediately remember her kindness, her deep faith, her sense of humour, her selflessness, her charity work, her generosity, her love of helping the poor and needy, her hospitality, her tireless work to support the church and feed the poor.
But above all, she loved her family the most. Her late husband Basil who she adored till her very last breath, her 3 sons, Jamil, Taymoor and Fadi who were always her pride and joy, their 3 wives, Irene, Eileen and Wedyan whom she was always proud of, and her 7 grandchildren, Dominic, Marcos, Basil, Tatiana, Leon, Dany and Celina, who she loved unconditionally.
“She is a woman of faith, beauty and love. We all loved her. She is with the angels in heaven.”
You will be missed and we will never forget you.
Shatha Al Dahwi
Your mum was so wonderful and such a beautiful influence bringing out the best in people, in who she ever touched.”
Hard to believe that your mum has gone. She will always have a place in our hearts. She was a true angel, she was all heart and had endless love to give everybody around her.
Saad Al Jadr
It is with profound distress and deep sorrow to learn of the passing of our dear-most Omaima. An incredibly wonderful person, affectionate, caring, philanthropist and pious. She passed on St Anne’s day (Tuesday) whom she used to worship.