Mayers, Fitzgerald

Mayers, Fitzgerald
11 Jan

Fitzgerald Mayers, age 97, affectionately known as "Sonny Carmen" or "Sonny Boy", formerly of Glenburnie, St. John and Surinam Road, Horse Hill, St. Joseph, retired Employee of the Ministry of Transport and Works, Husband of the late Carmen Mayers, Father of Hazel Wharton, Malcolm Mayers, Carson Mayers of the U.S.A., Robert Mayers, David Mayers, Peterson Alleyne and the late Hilton Hunte and Denis Mayers, Adoptive Father of Leroy Alleyne, Grandfather of Shirnel Jackson-Yarde of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Anthony Small of the Gordon Cummins District Hospital, Barbara Brathwaite and Glyne Hunte both of the U.S.A., Lisa Hunte, Jamar Wharton, Lana and Antone Mayers, Alison Graham, Suzette, Simone and Julian Mayers, Natalie and Amanda Mayers and many others, Great Grandfather of Miguel, Nasin, Faith, Danielle and many others, Father-in-law of Henderson Yarde and four others, Great Uncle of Hallam, Neville and Joyce Mayers, Relative of the Mayers, Taitt, Hunte and Holder families, Dearest Friend of Bishop Christopher Forde, Ernest Eversly, Randall Williams, Dr. Raymond Forde, Michael Gibson, the Alleyne family and many others.

The funeral of Fitzgerald Mayers takes place on Monday, January 08th, 2018 at St. Aidan's Anglican Church, Bathsheba, St. Joseph, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 3:30 p.m. for the service. The cortege will then proceed to the churchyard of St. Joseph Parish Church for the interment.

The Organist and members of the choir are asked to attend.

Flowers may be delivered to Alvin Hinkson Funeral Home, St. Elizabeth Village, St. Joseph no later than 2:15 p.m. on Monday.

The body of Fitzgerald Mayers will repose for viewing at the church from 2:30 p.m. until the start of the service.

Funeral arrangements Entrusted to: Alvin Hinkson Funeral Home, St. Elizabeth Village, St. Joseph.

  • Epitaph Upon A Child That Died
    Here she lies, a pretty bud, Lately made of flesh and blood: Who as soon as fell fast asleep As her little eyes did peep. Give her strewings, but not stir The earth that lightly covers her.