Obituaries

Bertha Lee Curry

 

A Private Funeral Service for the late Bertha Lee Curry of Little Hyde Park, Seabreeze Estate will be held on Tuesday April 21st, 2020, at First Baptist Church, Market Street. Officiating will be Rev’d. Diana Francis. Interment will follow.

In compliance with current Government regulations, attendance is limited to ten (10) family members.

Cherished and Loving Memories will always in the hearts of her sons: Marlin Benjamin Curry and Joseph Ferguson;  Five (5) Daughters: Rev. Rochelle, Monique Leda, Laurie and Lavonne of Hollywood FL; Grandchildren: Pilot Aaron Hinsey, Ashton, Brielle, Latisha, Tamara, Antonio, Ethan, Lexington & Cosmo Curry of Raleigh North Carolina, Jeremiah, Roland, Olecia, Sa’niya, Marlin, Shamiah, Tamal, David, Bryanna, Daniel, Denajah, Dominique, Jermaine,, Latoya and Ashley Strachan; Great Granchildren: Navhea, Tavaris (TJ)  and Natalia (Dollie) Williams, Macayla and Brielle of Hollywood Florida, Antonia and Jayden Curry of Tampa Bay, Fl., and Joshua; Brothers: Rev. Phillip Ferguson, Luther Ferguson; Sisters: Bessie Miller, O’lydia Williams, Edith and Margarita Ferguson; Sisters-in-law: Patricia Watson Curry, Norma Curry, Patricia Knowles Curry; Brother-in-law: Vincent Curry; Nieces: Renee, Joan, Karen, Paulette, Deborah, Jean, Pam, Judy, Carolyn, Michelle, Antilla, Anastacia, Alistair, Alexis, Adriana, Susan, Diana, Antonia, Donree, Tina, Joette, Elva, Adrian and Sam; Nephews: Clifford, Preston, Michael, Meredith, Marko, Brian, Carlos, Antione, Vincent and Mandell; Grand and Great Grand Nieces/Nephews: Stephen, Sergei and Durian; Numerous nephews and nieces-in-law; Other Friends and relatives including: Rev. Diana Francis and the First Baptist Church Family, Bishop Dr. Charles Johnson and the Solid Rock Church of God Church Family, Apostle Benjamin Smith and The Embassy International Church Family, Enas Johnson (JC), Diane, Mr. Phillips and The Entire Brass and Leather Staff, Gynae Ward P.M.H and the Little Hyde Park Community, Father Ethan Ferguson and the St. Andrews Anglican Parish and The Bahamas Baptist Union of Churches.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians & Crematorium, #44 Nassau Street on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

 

 

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