Goodridge, Pauline Marjorie
08 Feb

Goodridge, Pauline Marjorie

Published in OBITUARIES F - J

Of #1 Highgate Park, St. Michael.

Widow of Clyde Winston Goodridge.

Mother of Mark W. Goodridge- Q.C., and Anna-Maria Emtage.

Foster-Mother of Stephen Goodman.

Sister of Daphne Dickenson.

Aunt of Janice McKay.

Grandmother of Sarah Goodridge-Byndloss, Simon Goodridge, Kerri Barrow and William and Dani Emtage.

Great-Grandmother of Yishai, Selah and Shiloh Byndloss, Axel and Xain Goodridge and Cataleya and Malachi Barrow.

Mother-in-law of Carol, Andrew, and Joanne.

The funeral of Pauline Marjorie Goodridge leaves Bryan’s Funeral Home, Belmont Road, St. Michael on Monday, 11th February, 2019 for the chapel of Westbury Cemetery, Westbury Road, St. Michael, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 10:00 a.m. for the service of thanksgiving and interment.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Barbados Cancer Society will be greatly appreciated and collected at the chapel.

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