Eulie Brown

Private Graveside service for Eulie Brown, 92 yrs., a resident of Gamble Heights & formerly of Old Bight, Cat Island, will be held at Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive, on Friday, May 8, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Helen McPhee, assisted by other Ministers.

Loving and found memories will always linger in the hearts of her eight (8) children:

Daughters – Carmetta Walker, Joycelyn Cartwright, Sheliamae Brown, Ruthnell Brown, Winifred Neely and Margaretta Ume; Sons – Winfield and Christopher Brown. Fifty-seven (57) grandchildren, ninety-seven (97) great-grandchildren and fifteen (15) great, great-grandchildren.

Daughters-in-law: Marge and Erica Brown; Sons-in-law – Reubin Walker, Christopher Cartwright, Brian Neely, Livingston Brown and Lawrence Ume, Four (4) grand sons-in-law and six (6) grand daughters-in-law.

Nieces – Miriam Johnson, Brenda Canter, Sandra Rolle, Iris Mckenzie, Cynthea Gilbert, Agnes Thompson, Maryann Rolle and Marina Jolly; Nephews – Keith Hilbert, Andres Gilbert, Andrew and Anthony Blatch, Patrick Rolle, Franklyn McMinns and George Miller.

Numerous relatives and friends including: Madlyn Pratt, Jennie Rolle, Virginia Walkine, Alfred Rolle, Vincent Jolly, Eva Hunter and Family, Alfred and Miriam Jolly, Inez Brown and Family, Carolyn Ward and Family, Nora Rolle and Family, Bishop Helen McPhee, Officers and Members of agape Church, Bishop Lawrence Rolle, Bishop Carol Johnson and The Saint Marks Baptist Church (Old Bight, Cat Island), Pastor Donnie Storr and Family, Pastor Vernice Storr and Family, Joanne Brooks and Family, Rose Mary Wallace, Charles and Venlyn Davis and Family, Lisa Williams and Family, Dianne Poitier and Family, Shawn Adderley, Walker family of Sugar Loaf, San Salvador, Island Joseph (Care-taker), Keishel McAlpine and Andrew Hall, Professional Hair Braiders (Downtown, Bay Street), Emergency Medial Services (EMS) Department, A.F. Adderley Senior High School, Accident and Emergency Department, Business Office Princess Margaret Hospital, Pastor Jennie Deleveaux and Family, Anita Bodie and Family, Old Bight Scholar’s Association, The Rolles, Gilberts, Daniels, Browns and the entire communities of Old Bight, New Bight, Port Howe and Devil’s Point Cat Island, Doctors and Nurses of Female Medical 1, Princess Margaret Hospital.

Numerous other relatives and friends too numerous to mention. If we have inadvertently omitted anyone, we sincerely apologize and thank you for your support, prayers and understanding during our time of bereavement.

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