Mayers, Norma Elvina
15 Feb
2019

Mayers, Norma Elvina

Published in OBITUARIES K - 0

Age 92, of Wilson Hill St. John and formerly of Hothersal Turning St. Michael.

Mother of Adonna Mayers.

Grandmother of Kemar Mayers.

Sister of the late William, Gwen and Garfield Mayers and Charles White.

Aunt of Ingrid Best of the Barbados Water Authority, Ancil Best; Donna and Grace Moore; Sunny and Edwin Holder; Jackie, Steve, Carl, Angelene White and Evadne Butcher of Canada and many others.

Great-Aunt of Jalesa Cox, Shannelle Hicks, Michael Young, Kemar Grecia, Jadon, Ama, Damali and Atiba Best and many others.

Cousin of Eleanor Thorne and many others.

Godmother of Annette Howell.

Relative of the White, Thorne, Jordan, Bailey, Howard and Burgess families.

Friend of the members of St. Matthews Anglican Church.

The funeral service celebrating the life of Norma Elvina Mayers takes place on Tuesday February 19th, 2019 at 4:00 p m at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, Jackman’s, St. Michael, where relatives and friends are asked to meet, followed by the interment in the churchyard.

The organist and choir are asked to attend.

The body will repose for viewing at the church from 2:45 pm, at which time Floral Tributes will be appreciated. 

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Funeral services entrusted to S.T. Ellis Funeral and Pre-planning Services Inc, 3M Plaza, Corner of Kensington New Road and Baxters Road, St. Michael.

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