Tito A HyltonDecember 18, 1983 ~ September 26, 2021 (age 37)
Tito Aldeano Hylton was born on Sunday, 18th December 1983 in the district of Norwood, Montego Bay, St. James to parents Merryline Faye Grant and Errol Hylton. At the age of 3 year, Tito begun his formal education at the Harrison Kindergarten and later matriculated to the Chetwood Primary school in Montego Bay. Upon graduating from Chetwood Primary, Tito attended Teamwork Technical and Vocational High School in Carol Gardens, Montego Bay. He also embarked on further education at the HEART Trust/NTA of Jamaica in 2009 where he completed his levels 1 through 4 Certifications in Electrical. Tito was truly a master Electrician and took immense pride in every piece of work he produced no matter how great or small.
Tito begun his walk with the Lord on Sabbath August 2, 2014 when he was baptized into the Ebenezer Seventh-day Adventist Church. In 2015, Tito migrated to the United States joining his mother and other siblings.
Throughout his life, Tito was known for being a loving, dependable, self-sufficient, jovial and humorous person. He loved making fun of his sisters, nieces, nephews and extended family. His favorite words and classic response to everything were “yeah man” “cool nuh” with a huge smile plastered all over his face. Tito was also a food man and loved to eat. He was always full of life and very optimistic. He loved his family with all his heart and was truly his mother’s baby.
He is survived by his mother Merryline Grant, sisters Dona Hogan, Jackie Raphael, Ava Clarke, Shawnette Haywood, Alicia Lawrence, Nyanda Clarke, Jodian McLeod, brothers-in-law Zaheer McLeod, Isaac Raphael, Omari Lawrence, nieces Jamilia Lawrence, Alekwek Sky Raphael, Gabriel Drummond, Nephews: Leo Parchment, Jamil Raphael, Ismial Raphael, Omari Lawrence, Ashton McLeod, Jha-Sean Cousins and a host of other relatives and friends.
Sadly, missed by his entire family.
TITO WE WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER!!!
The Family is requesting that all funeral guests wear happy colors, something yellow or white if possible. No black please, if possible.
The Service at 12noon can be viewed here:http://www.mountsinaisdaorlando.org/
The Graveside Service can be viewed here:http://www.facebook.com/funeralwaldon