Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Terrence Anslemo Blyden, Jr.
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Terrence Anslemo Blyden, Jr.
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Terrence Anslemo Blyden, Jr.
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
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Subject: Blyden, Terrence Anslemo, Jr.
Human relations
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Caribbean
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Abstract: The Enid M. Baa Library of the Division of Libraries, Archives and Museums (DLAM) has acquired an extensive collection of memorial booklets since the early 1970's for U. S. Virgin Islands residents. Booklets are usually more than 10 pages long and give details of the life and family connections of the deceased.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: CA01300087
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of the Virgin Islands
Holding Location: Enid M. Baa Library and Archives, Virgin Islands Department of Libraries, University of the Virgin Islands
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

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On ovang atemory


Terrence Anstemo M3yden., jr.
1942- 1991



Junerol Services
Jridoy December 6. 1991
lad n ng.... 11:30 am
Se tic... 12:30 pm
rederick evangdical Lutheran Church
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Survivors
MOrHER
Beulah byden
SON
Terrene Blyden II
DAUGHTERS
Tenyann Webbe, Jacqueline Blyden Angela Byden
BROTHERS
Ronald "Slino Blyde Franklin Blyden
SSITERS
Violet Victoria. Myrna Gerard, lone Monanto
Cecile Blyden, Lyrn Vanterpool
FORMER WIFE
Harriet Peter Blyden
SON-IN-LAW
James Webbe, Jr.
BROTHERSIN-LAW
Leado Victoria, Leonard Mosanto Sr.
Vincent 0Chip Gead. Vigo Milr" Vaterpool
SISTERS-IN-LAW
Eleanor Bydem Gloria Blyden
AUNT
Lyra Lawrence of New York
Grandchildren
Tylika & Tyiko Maduro James Webbe II
Senera Mo and nephews mmy other r eis and m tme


PaLLbearers
Ronald "Slimo" yden Franklin Byden, Terrence Blyden m
Mario Creaves, Vincent "Cip" Gerard, Orlando Peters

LHonorary Ccllbearers
ViggoMMiller" Vanerpool, Lone Victoria
Leonard MonSato St.. Michael Monsanto, John m'essuit











qerrence Janslwmo lyden, Jr.
NOVEMBER 23,1942 NOVEMBER 27,1991

Terrnce Anlemo Blyden, Jr, affectiately known as
"Brother" to his family and "ones" to his friends, was
born on November 23, 1942 to Terrnce and Beulah Blyde
He was the sixth of nine children.
As a boy he attended the George Washington School
now known as the Evelyn Marcel Elementary School, and
the Charlotte Amalie High School. As a young man he was
employed as a laborer with several V.L corporation, in-
cluding Ground Services at the Cyril King Airport
On January 7, 1978, he suffered a stroke while employed
with the V.. Housing Authority, which prevented him
from any further employment Brother resided at the
Oswald Harri Housing Project for several year, until he
was hospitalized on August 15, 1990 at the St. Thomas
Hospital where he remained until his passing on Novem-
ber 27, 1991.
Because of his illness, Brother was unable to communi-
cate with his family. However, we know that he had time
to accept Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Iet us all
pray that today he is resting in peace with his Father in
Heaven.






On .JpprecIaUon
I would lke to say thanks to all who visited my brother
while he was in the hospital. A special thanks to all the
doctors and nurses ad staff at the St Thomas Hospital
who took care of my brother.
Th ..Ct cik Car bayde










Order of Service

THE EUCHARST OF THE RESURRECTION

THE BLESSING OF THE CASKET

THE PLACING ON OF THE PALL

GATHERING HYMN ......................... How reat Thou Art
INVOCATION

PRAYER OF THE DAY ................................. pg. 207

THEFIRST READING .............................. loneMon t
Palm 121

MUSICAL SELC .ON.................... Luthen Church Choir

THE SECOND READING ........................ Franklin Blyden
Revelaton 7:9-17

THE HOLY GOSPEL .............................St. John 5:19-30

HYMN ..........................................Amazin Grace

EULOGY ....................................... Lyra Vanterpool
THE HOMILY

THE APOSTLES CREED ................................. p.209

THE PRAYERS ........................................... pg. 209

THE HOLY EUCHARIST ................................. pg. 68

RECEPTION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

SODO ................................. V...... Volet Voria
THE COMMENDATION 4

DEPARTURE HYMN ........................... Blesed Asurance


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jarewell

Your suffering i now over. Although we did not communicate with
each other during the latter prt of your llne as we knew how, rm
confident that you made peace with God.
Til we meet again Brother may you rest in peace.
tLo, "Slimo"
When I learned that you had passed on from th life, I did not shed a
tear because, God said, from dust you came and to dust you must return
Then my tear began to flow, because I had no way of knowing if I would
meet you again in that fair city that has been prepared for those of us who
have repented of our airm and have trusted Jesus Crist a Lord and
Savior. It was not long after that I began to smile when I remembered that
God had also said "He will turn my mourning into joy and will comfort
me and make me rejoice from my sorrow." See you on the other side.
Loa, your li' sister Lyre
Although we didn't get to spend the precious Father and Son time with
each other and moat of what I heard about you was negative, I forgave you
and no matter what I will always love you with all my heart I am now
reniced knowing that you are now secured in the hands of the Lord. I
hope that your afterlife in heaven is the best thing that ever happened to
you. May the love of God bles your souL I love you Daddy. Peace.
Your som Terren A. Blyden III
Today rm overwhelmed at the grief of your passing. But your memo-
ries are kept alive in my heart. Now you're fr frfrom harm, gone to ret.
And you'll always be afe in the arms of our Almighty Father.
Foreer ad aeer, your daughter, acqueline Blyden

God bless you nd rest in peace. I love you and I know you loved a of
us and we will keep you in our hearts and minds. We love you, we all
hope you made peace, because we all did make peace along with you.
Love you.
Terrymsn Wbb
"May God bless you always until we meet again someday. Rest in
Peace."
Getz Maduro ad yor gruWdhidren, Tylksa and Tyhko Maduro




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