Ruth A. Jones-Nairn

Private Funeral Service

A Private Graveside Service for Ruth A. Jones-Nairn, aged 94, of High Vista, will be held on Friday, August 21st, 2020 at the Catholic Cemetery, Tyler Street.  Officiating will be Fr. Glen Nixon.

In compliance with current Government COVID-19 regulations, attendance will be limited to Five (5) family members.

Ruth was preceded in death by her loving husband of 65 years, Daniel L. Nairn.

Left with fond and loving memories are her Daughters: Loretta Nairn-Francisco and Permal Nairn-Schimpf (Albert) of Chicago, Illinois; Adopted Daughter: Patrice Knowles Nairn, Bonus Daughter: Sherol Nairn-Johnson (Casper) of Harbour Island; Sister: Paula Jones-Braynen; Brothers: Leroy and Fletcher Jones of Freeport, Grand Bahama; Grand Children: Henry Dummett (Shantel), Charmaigne Dummett Colby, Sean Darrell, Altrese Schimpf Steaman (William), Prince McPhee and Owen Williams; Great Grandchildren: Kenise Colby, Henry Dummett III, Adriana Bethel White, Ceasar Steaman, Kira Steaman, Orion Steaman, Prince McPhee III, Henry McPhee, Halley McPhee, Sean Darrell II, Shannon Darrell, Shantio Darrell, Chaquille Darrell and D’Sean Wells; Great-Great Grandchildren: Kenrie Dummett, Kenisia Colby and Antonicia Colby; Numerous Nieces & Nephews: Stephanie Hall Sands (Wenzal),  Angela Roach Higgs, Jacqueline Roach Skippings (Pedro), Michael Roach (Marie), Christine Braynen Rolle, Patricia Braynen Knowles, Dr. Margot Braynen Beneby, Theresa Braynen Guy of Canada, Charlene Braynen Sweeting, Elaine Morley, Elizabeth Ann Morley, Spurgeon Morley, Darrin Morley, Renee Jones, Rochelle Jones, Glendina Jones,  Jenniufer Jones, Lynette Jones, Nichola Jones, Anthony Smith, Deborah Ferguson, Fletcher Ferguson, Gwendolyn Ferguson, Jeffrey Ferguson, Tracey Jones, Cassie Jones; Earthly Guardian Angels: Jacqueline Bain, Dovis Berkel and Doreen Campbell and an enormous host of relatives and friends including many from Chicago, Illinois.

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