Shaniker Suewannia Rolle | Funeral Service

Funeral Announcement Last rites for Shaniker Suewannia Rolle age 42 of Sea Breeze will held on Saturday 21st December, 2019 at 11:00AM at St. Margret’s Anglican Church, Kemp Road. Officiating will be Archdeacon James Palacious, assisted by Rev’d Fr. Roland Hamilton. Interment will follow in Old Trail Cemetery.

She is survived by her Mother: Hollyann Brown, Father: Leroy Rolle, Stepmother: Elizabeth Rolle, Children: Eleisha Jean-Pierre and Trevon Young, Sisters: Shonell Johnson, Nicarra, Shavell and Leahann Rolle, Brothers: Sherman, Michael and Jarred Rolle, Aunts: Francis Dean, Jennifer Cleare, Jarradette, Creselle and Marion Dean, Eluna Johnson, Maxine Newton, Ruth Williams, Zella Symontte, Patricia and Marva Brown, Rose and Portia Rolle, Uncles: Henry Rolle, Anthony, Victor, Rodger and Mcdall Dean, Richard, Ulis and Dexter Brown, Alfred Williams, Kenneth Symonette, Brent Johnson, Nieces: Carlene, China, Tamia, Shonna, Lamontria and Kennedy, Nephews: Shawn, Reeco, Carlton, Mario, Denrio, Johnson, Leium, Labron, Nicarro and Kordell, Grandaunt: Irene McKenzie, Grandnieces: Carlissa, Asia, Rihanna and Marrinique, Grandnephew: Jamarion, Cousins: Phillis, Marvie, Tiffany, Jamania, Bernard, Susan, Shantel, Philmon, Fredericka, Fedrick,Leroy, Taneisha, Aurthernique, Tyrone, Precious, Samantha, Lynette, Verenith, Italia, Kenneth, Kennise, Kayla, Andrea, Jeffery, Sherlene, Jesinta Clenice and others too numerous to mention, Numerous Relatives and friends: The Doctors & Nurses of P.M.H Female Medical 1, The Environmental Health and Staff, The Staff of the Nassau Yatch Club, Elvis Pierre, Trevor, Young, Carlos Coakley, Linda Ash & family,  Cynthia &Family, Linda Rolle & Family, Sea Breeze Community, Kemp Road Community, St Margret Church & Family, Prophet Alphonso Church and Family.

The body will repose at Curtis Memorial Mortuary on Friday from 11:00AM to 5:00PM and at the church on Saturday from 10:00AM until service time.

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