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Edna A. Joseph Dies

Edna A. Joseph died on March 22.
She is survived by daughters: Jean Bailey Joseph, Joan B. Rodgers, Jacklyn Joseph and Janet Joseph; sons: Lennox Joseph, Leonard Joseph and Leroy Joseph; stepsons: Michael Joseph and Leslie Clyne; sisters: Myra Anthony, Maureen Clyne, Velda Philbert and Phyllis Pollard; brother, Barber Clyne; brother-in-law, Myron Philbert and Uncle Anthony; daughters-in-law: Miriam Joseph and Denise Joseph; son-in-law, Aldon Rodgers; and 28 grandchildren including Alicia Joseph, and Alister, Charisma, Claire and Alda Rogers.
She is also survived by 20 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces including: Ann and Ancile Clyne, Jesselle Clyne, Veron Joseph, Marlyn Clyne and others too numerous to mention; numerous nephews to include, Roy Joseph, Ashford Clyne, Cletus Clyne and others too numerous to mention; and cousins: Esther Gaston, Jannet Millette, Nita Roberts, Cuthbert Roberts, Jen, Alexandrina, Marrast and others too numerous to mention.
Other survivors include special friends: Father Louie and the staff of St. Ann’s Church, Gloria Garvey, Millicent Payne, Neville Charles, Gainel and the St. Ann’s Church family cleaning crew, Masolen Joseph, the George family, the Marks family, LeCointe, the Matthews family, Ann Williams, Edith Blake and many others too numerous to mention; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 9 a.m. and a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 10, at St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Barren Spot. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to Divine Funeral Services and Crematory. We own and operate our own crematory. Let us offer you a Dignified Funeral, affordable by all. Call 773-0003 or fax 773-3003.

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