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Aurora Christian Chase Dies at 74

Aurora Christian Chase Aurora Christian Chase of Estate Peter’s Rest died on April 25. She was 74 years old.
She was preceded in death by her parents: Verna Osborne and Oliver Christian.
She is survived by her daughters: Michelene Nurse, Allison Nurse, Monic Nurse and Erma Chase Derima; sons: Percival Nurse Jr. and Maurice Chase Jr.; adopted daughters: Donna Gaskin, Janice Chase and Jacqui Skelton-Esprit; adopted son, Roger Arthur; grandsons: James Hill Jr., Raymond Cornelius Jr., Tristan Nurse, Jabari Lazare, Ukandu Soverall, Percival Nurse III, Errol Briggs, Troy Evanson, Kadeem Gaskin, Iziyah Arthur, Hewlett Warner Jr. and Hayden Skelton-Esprit; granddaughters: Shamara Nurse, Shena Nurse, Talisa Nurse, Hadiya Lazare, Makenie Soverall, Ayana Soverall and Kadijah Gaskin; and sister, Olive Ford.
She is also survived by brothers: Hugo Penn, Henry Christian Sr. and Phillip Christian; nieces: Arlene Ford, Danette Penn-Marsh, Tiwana Williams and Rebecca Dowling; nephews: Gregory Penn, Michael Penn, Wayne Hodge, Henry Christian Jr., Leroy Ford, Eugene Ford, Phillip Christian Jr. and Took Cooper; sister-in-law, Joan Penn; son-in-law, Danny Derima; special family and friends: Lucy Carty, Dorine Christian Irish, Halvor Hart III, Delita Johnson, Leontine Clark, Anita Mitchell, Rita Harvey Henry and The Red Hat ladies; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will take place at 10 a.m. and a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 19, at the Word of Life Ministries. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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