Myrtle Knowles | Funeral Service
Memorial service for Myrtle Knowles, 59 yrs., a resident of Sandilands Female Ward & formerly of Millerton, Long Island, will be held in the Chapel at Demeritte’s Funeral Home, Market Street, on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Officiating will be Pastor David Cartwright. Cremation follows.
Left to cherish her memories are her sister: Barbara Bain; brother: Daniel Knowles of Long Island; aunts: Myrtle Turnquest, Gloria Smith, Eltha, Gloria and Delores Knowles; uncles: Leonard, John and George Knowles, Walter Darville and Kermit Turnquest Sr.; sister-in-law: Antoinette Knowles of Long Island; nieces: Llakel Pratt, Shakera Roberts, Anea’, Anthia and Deayna Knowles; nephews: Lt. Nevada Bain of RBDFm Jamaal and Kev’von Pratt, Dyran and Kavon Knowles; cousins: Antoinette Aranah, Deborah Granger, Arlene and Cheryl Darville, Norman Darville, Geraldine Symonette, Leeann Bain, Pamela Seymour, Sandra, Hubert, Dennis, Kirkwood, Jeffrey and Kenneth Deal, Julian, Dr. Ronald and Kevin Knowles, Vincent Smith, Nicolette Woodside, Gina, Hugo and Pedro Knowles, Jacquelyn Greenslade, Kermit Turnquest Jr., Teashla Turnquest, Laurie, Beverley, Linda, Angela and Edward, Stephen, Andrew, Jonathan, Dwight, Melanie and Dianne; a host of other relatives and friends including: the Swaby family, Gladys Hall & family, Helen Stuart & family, Inez Johnson & family, Willimae Woods, Austin Pratt, Samantha Hart and Geeta Sinaswee.
Special thanks to: The Sandilands Female Ward Staff, PMH Female Surgical II doctors & nurses; Pastor Gil Maycock, Pastor Cranston Knowles, Pastor David Cartwright, Abundant Life Church and B.U.T. Retirees Club family and the many friends for their prayers and support during our time of bereavement.
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte’s Funeral Home, Market Street, from 12-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
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