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Rose Mary Bernadette Strachan- Griffith-Adderley

Funeral Service for Rose Mary Bernadette Strachan- Griffith-Adderley, age 82 years, a resident of #46 Third Street, the Grove, will be held at 11:00 a.m., on Saturday January 16th, 2021, at  Southern Cemetery, Spikenard and Cowpen Roads.   Officiating will be Bishop Lindo Wallace, assisted by other ministers of the Gospel. 

Precious memories will forever linger in the hearts and minds of her daughter: Patricia and her husband, Ebbie David; Seven grandchildren: Schannesta Pinder, LaTesha and her husband, Antwon Dames, Georgina Kelly, Leonardo Kelly, Felicia and her husband, Paul Sutherland, Lavardo Kelly and Showndre David; Great grandchildren: LaTeia Kelly, LaTrevin Brown, LaTwonna, LaTonya and LaTecia Dames, Tyshon, Taneshia, Treven and Tanyah Sutherland; one Great-great grandchild: TeArrah Gordon; one Aunt, Myrtle Strachan; one sister-in-law: Maxine Nesbitt; a host of other relatives and friends including: Sylvia Wallace-White, Philip Martin, Rev. Francina Watson, Diane Watson, Sandra Bethel, Patricia Rolle of Bimini, the Pastor and members of The Cathedral of Mt. Zion in Bimini, Bishop Lindo Wallace and members of the Church of God Temple (Josey Church), The Bain Town family, Third Street the Grove community, Nurse Ellis, Dr. Rantleur and the staff of The Bimini Clinic, numerous god children, adopted children and too many others too numerous to mention.

It is our heartfelt regret that we are unable to call everybody by name and for this, we ask that you please forgive us. Just know that we are eternally grateful for all of your thoughts, prayers and kind words you have bestowed on us.

May her soul rest in peace.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Home and Crematorium Ltd, Robinson and Baillou Hill Roads, on Friday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.

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