Dec. 14, 1929
Oct. 15, 1977
Sts. Peter & Paul Cathedral
Oct. 19, 1977
St. Thomas, V.I.
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Alma Maria Bdour. nee Heath. was burn on December 14, 1929. to Mrs. losephine
Heath and the late Osuwald Heath. in St. Thomas. Virgin Islands.
Almra u ened Jefferson and Lincoln Elementary Schools and went on to the
Charlotte Amalie High School, from which she graduated in 1948.
IFrom a early agie, music was an integral part of her life. She was a pianist and
voclin thouhs ell. onurinued to lime Almn th resided in St. Thomas, no commune to
program iths complete ithou her pand to shaicipation other mu apple tarin as vocalist with
te h1r death on October 15, 1977. Alma as living in Coastsille.
her ti sin d br by other,, Alred playing the iopin.he is especially t rhered Alfr herd
Heating renditions of dauhtrs Ave M aria".
She moved to the United States to pursue studies in music.She uas subsequently
graduated from the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music in 1957 with a Bachelor of
Arts in Music and Music Education.
Even though she continued to live in the United States. sheoften returned home to
i-isit with her family and friends and to short her musical talents with us. At the
time of her death on October 15, 1977. Alma was living in Coastsville.
She is surv:ived by her mother. Mrs. Josephine Heath, twin brother, Dr. AlfredO.
lleath. and three daughters. Ave Maria, Andrea and Agnes.
Alma will be deeply missed, as to know her teas to love her.
n your E-Aarl1y pray for
Alma Maria Heath Bdour
Dec. 14, 1929 Oct. 15, 1977
C)1lay Ike angels lead iee into
'arai;se; may ike marlyrs receive
ikee at Iky coming and taIe itet
1o Jerusalem, tie koly city. (~ al
ike cko;rs of ike 67ingels receive,
ikee and mayest ilou, wit tie onc
poor cazarus, kave rest everlasting
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