IVIN KENNETH GUISHARD was born on August 11,
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1956, to Charles and Ida Guishard in Curacao, Netherland
Antilles. He migrated to St. Kitts at the tender age of four, where
he attended the Molineux Government School and received his
It was a very di cult time back then to raise ten children,
so Ivin being the sixth child, was determined that he would
protect and defend his sisters at any cost, thus becoming very
Shortly after completing school, he was employed in the Retail
Industry, where he managed his friend’s Bakery/Supermarket.
Still not satis ed with this type of work, he continued his quest
and eventually embarked in the eld of Construction, where he
excelled in Framing - the steel work for buildings
Ivin migrated to St. omas, U.S.V.I. in 2003, and continued
working. Sometime later, when his Aunt Ellen became ill, Ivin
became her care- taker and this he did lovingly, until her death.
In September 2019, he relocated to Ft. Lauderdale and resided
with his sisters, Inez and Jacqueline, after being diagnosed with
the dreadful disease, cancer. Jacqueline assumed the major
responsibilities, she cared for and ensured that he received
the necessary medical attention. roughout his illness, Ivin
could be heard singing and praying. Recently, he underwent
a procedure and a few days later, his health began to decline
rapidly; however, he continued praising God until he no longer
Ivin is survived by seven brothers, Lloyd, Keith (Veronica), Basil
(Aneta), Noel, Glenn, Larry, and Selvin; six sisters, Bernice
(Michael) Frederick, Inez (Peter) Welcome, Shirley (Pedro)
Brown, Sharon (Emmanuel) Pierre, Jacqueline (Rudolph)
Anderson, and Karissa; nieces, nephews, and cousins, here and
abroad; special friends, Randolph Prentice and family in St.
Kitts, Livingston, Valerie Pencheon, Ian, Irette, Haynesworth,
and Vallen in St. omas, USVI. ough he will be missed, we
are comforted that he made his calling and election sure. Sleep on! Take your peaceful rest until we meet again!