Ceceile Ferguson was born in Saint Mary, Jamaica to the parents of Pandita Lindo and George Ferguson. She left Jamaica at an early age to live with her dad and family in Canada where she resided for several years. She later migrated to the States to be with her mom and younger sister Yolette. After graduating from high school, Ceceile went to Broward College and then to Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts to pursue her dreams. She was very passionate about her culinary talent and was amazingly creative. She never shied away from showcasing these gifts whenever the opportunity presents itself, on social media or at family gatherings.
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Ceceile has one son, Andrew Turner who is her pride and joy. He was her everything. She was a strong and devoted mother who supported Andrew every step of the way. She was a well rounded family-oriented
woman. Ceceile was a joyful soul and would go out of her way for others. She was authentic with everyone she encounters. She is an amazing and caring person who always wore a smile. She went to great lengths to impact her community by making sure her concerns were addressed.
Ceceile loved to spend time with her mom especially going on vacations. She wanted her mom and her to spend as much quality time while they crossed off adventures on her bucket list like going
Her sisters and her were close, and shared a passion for gourmet food and good fun. She loved to travel and enjoyed cooking and going out to eat. She loved the beach and loved when it rained. She became a proud grandmother on May 22, 2018 to her wonderful grandson that kept a smile on her face.
Ceceile passed away on December 27th, 2019 but will never be Ceceile Ferguson forgotten in our hearts, minds and souls.