September 15, 2011
Funeral Service for the Late Alice Louise Bethel, 87 years of St. Lucie Road, Golden Gates #2 and formerly of Bullock's Harbour, Berry Islands, will be held on Saturday September 17th, 10:00 a.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road. Archdeacon I Ranfurly Brown assisted by Fr. Neil Nairn will officiate. Interment will follow in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau Street.
She is survived by her Devoted Children: (3) Sons: Rodney Hall, Rev. Edward Lightbourne; Daughters: (4) Thelma, Janet, Joan Balfour and Barbara Young; Treasured Granddaughters:(11)Tania Collie, Shandles Bastian Mrs. Janice Williams, Mrs. Sabra Young Hanna, Tangela Balfour, Mrs Terrell Cooper, Mrs. Carla Saunders, Juliette Gaitor, Brennett Roberts Mrs Louise Brookes, Mrs. Sherrell Pinder; Treasured Grandsons: (8)Desmond&Quincy Collie,Kevin Ferguson,Antonio Balfour,Terrell Lightbourne, Trevor Hall, Mervin,Frederick,Marco Roberts; Precious Great Grandchildren: 32 Daughters-in-law: (3)Roselyn Lightbourne, Areminta Hall, Prescola Roberts; Nieces (11) Nancy Mejias, Jackie Barr, Judy Cleare, Olga Bethel, Albertha Lewis, Stephanie Bethel, Janet Mackey, Valderine Cooper, Marjorie Cooper, Gwendolyn Munroe, Muriel Thompson; Nephews (9) Elder Hubert Johnson, Andrew Dean, Theodore Bethel, Hillary, Wilmore, Athlestan, Theodore, Kevin, and Garth Bethel, John Seagram; Grand Nieces & Nephew (82); Grandson-in-law (5 ) Gary Cooper, Andy Saunders, Raynardo Hanna, Christopher Pinder, Lloyd Williams; Other relatives and Friends including: Muriel Lightbourne and Family, Brennen Francis and Family, Arthur Balfour and Family, Delores Miller and Family, Melva Pierce and Family, Outten Family, Winder Family, Cheryl Pinder and family, Bertram Murphy and family, Patsy and Fredricka and Family, Florida and Leroy Young, Sonia Charlow, Rudolph and Rosie Farrington, Anthony and Olivia Farrington, Charity Brennen, Lettuce Gaitor and Family, Richardson Family, Maureen New Church and Family.
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service time.
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