Best, Norma Isalene

Best, Norma Isalene
02 Nov
2017

Norma Isalene Best, age 81, of Thomas Gap, Westbury Road, St. Michael and formerly of 8th Avenue, New Orleans St. Michael, former employee of Electric Sales and Services, Daughter of the late Ruby and Arthur Best, Mother of Shirley, Ruby, Darlington, Peter and Marian Wickham, Francia Wickham-Odderson, Adopted daughter of Margaret Clarke, Sister of Joel Best of the U.S.A., Vere Wickham of the U.K., Courtney and David Best and the late Idalia Lyte, Romie and Michael Best, Grandmother of Wilma Douglas of the U.S.A., Steven, Ronald, Ryan, Shara, Lorenza and Fabian Wickham, Davion Bourne, Karen Jordan and the late Shenice Farley, Great-grandmother of eleven, Great-great-grandmother of one, Aunt of Lyte of Canada and many others, Cousin of many, Mother-in-Law of Cecil Greenidge, David Alleyne and Gwendolyn Wickham, Friend of Anthony Nicholls of the U.S.A., Tony Broomes of the U.K., Harriete Knight, June Thompson, Margaret Ruck and many others, Relative of the Wickham, Best, Wharton and Lyte families.


The funeral of Norma Isalene Best takes place on Saturday 4th November, 2017 at The Better Life Assembly Church, Hindsbury Road, St. Michael where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 2:00 p.m. for the service. The cortege will then proceed to the Westbury Cemetery for the interment.

 

Funeral arrangements entrusted to W. Edwards Funeral Services.


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