Eulalie Veronica Knight Dies

Eulalie Veronica Knight

Eulalie Veronica Knight, also known as “Smile,” died on May 1.

A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 27. Interment will be cremation.

She is survived by her son, Courtney Williams; grandson, Jerome Williams; brothers: Melford ‘Cramer” Liburd, Harold Morgan, Samuel Frederick “Brother” Knight and Warren E. “Clyde” Knight; sister, Myrtle A. Knight; sisters-in-law: Gwen Claxton, Charlene Knight and Barbara Liburd; brother-in-law, Euston David; and nieces: Yvette Knight Richards, Lorna Avoness Barthlett, Burnet Williams, Jadeen Knight, Jarleen Knight, Tia Knight, Valerie “Nicky” Knight and Clarisa Daniel; nephew-in-law, Kenneth “Duke” Richards.

She is also survived by great nieces: Shaneel Richards-Farley, Zeola Browne-Jackson and Jazara Knight; nephews: Lanston Liburd, Lansford Liburd, Rodney “Tash” Knight, Adrian M. Kean, Jereem “Smokey B” Knight, Warren “Rocko” Knight, Theo Knight and Samuel Frederick “JR” Knight Jr.; nieces-in-law: Nadine Marchana Kean, Elizabeth “Liz” Knight and Misty Dawn Knight; great nephews: Tashawn Knight, Troy Richards (godson) and Diego J. Kean; great nephews-in-law: Jerome Farley Jr. and Kenrick Jackson; and great-great niece, Kenia Jackson.

Other survivors include great-great nephews: Jernee Farley and TJ Jackson; goddaughter, Claudia “Pam” Todman; special friends: Ernestine  Wilkinson, Charlotte Blyden, Margaret Walwyn, Linda Dixon, Carmen Rosado Rabsatt and Maxine Holmes; special cousins: Jaslyn Williams, Diana Williams, Karen Williams, Eston David, Clemencia Van Heyningen, Germaine “Cookie” Gonzales, Claxton family, Stapleton family, Vernice Joseph, Patrick Hanley, Joslyn Liburd Maureen Williams and Powell family; and extended family: Rabsatt family, McClean/Richards family, Kean family and Small/Davis family.

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