Obituaries

Retired Supt. Of Police Prince A. Rolle

A Private Semi- Military Service for the late Retired Supt. Of Police Prince A.  Rolle, aged 81 years, of Coral Heights will be held on Friday May 1st, 2020, at the graveside at Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive. Officiating will be Pastor Ivan F. Butler Jr.

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

Prince is predeceased by his daughter; Bernadette Grant and his granddaughter; Delecia Rolle.

Left to cherish his memories are his Daughters: Shavourne Rolle-Tooker and Candace Rolle-Ferguson; Sons: Albert Rolle and Philip Rolle; Sister: Sylvia Adams; Granddaughters; Melissa Grant, Megan Ingemansen, Da’Shae Rolle, Alana Tooker and Nadia Tooker; Grandsons: McKyle Grant and Aidan Ferguson; Great-grandchildren: Jamiya Butterfield, Jamari Butterfield, Jordon Rolle and Deon Wright, Jr.; Daughter-in-law: Brenda Rolle; Son-in-law: Alan Tooker; Former Sons-in-Law: Rev. Melvin Grant and Everette Ferguson; Nieces: Pauline Carswell, Cherry Hepburn, Suzanna Brown, Sheva Rolle, Sophia Knowles, Alison Adams, Ava Forbes, Joy, Cornelia Lightbourne, Barbara Burrows, Nickey Rolle, Margaret Rolle, Erica Rolle, Cherise Rolle, Vandyka Rolle, Raquel Rolle, Kayla Rolle, Sonia Rolle, Edrica Ferguson and Keva Rolle-Major; Nephews: Nathaniel Adams, Christopher Adams, Raphael Adams, Andrew Rolle, Shawn Leyva, Pedro Leyva, Talbott Knowles, Shawn Rolle and Andy Rolle; Other Family and Friends: Harcourt Davis and family, Marvin Lloyd, Glenda Rolle, Reginald Gaitor, Rosemary Adderley and family, Mr. Keith Mason, Salathiel Wilson, Tommy Laroda, the Bastian family, all of his Grand-nieces and Grand-nephews; also Rev. Ivan F. Butler, Dr. Joanne Butler and the members of Kemp Road Ministries, along with a host of additional family and friends.

 

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

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