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Barbara Ann Lake Dies

Barbara Ann Lake, also known as “Barbrian Procope” or “Mrs. Procope” or “Tita,” is died on Oct. 29.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Jane Ann Rawlins; and father, Albert Julius.
She is survived by her daughter: Helen Audain, better known as “Vivienne Mac. Lachlan;” adopted daughter, Lydia Mary Julius, also known as “Mary;” grandchildren: George Patrick, Beryl Mac. Lacachlan, Florine Audain-Hassell, Victor Audain, Julie Audain and Albert Audain; adopted grandchildren: Brenda Julius, Junie Julius, Joycelyn Julius, Elvis Julius and Donald Loyd; special son-in-law, Donald Audain; special grandson-in-law, Louis Hassell; and great-grandchildren: Victor Mac. Lachlan, Trevor Jones, Raven-Symone Audain, Sidney Patrick and Norrel Matthew Jr.
She is also survived by niece and nephew: Alecia Julius and Basil Julius; great nieces and nephews: Brandall Farrell, Ellora Smith and Noyicha Julius; godchild, Sarah Woodley; special cousins: Eileen Rawlins, Bernice Rawlins, Wilmot Rawlins and Casper Rawlins; special friends: Bernadine Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Rene, Helena Denbow, Rose Merchant, the Nicholas family, Kimesha Barnes, the Byam family, the St. Luke AME Church family, the Bethel AME Church family, the Grady AME Church family; as well as other friends and relatives too numerous to mention.
A viewing will be held from 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12, at Divine Funeral Services Chapel.
A second viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 13, at St. Luke AME Church, Grove Place. Interment will be 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. Tel: 773-0003/fax: 773-3003.

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