Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Clarice H. George
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Clarice H. George
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Clarice H. George
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
 Subjects
Subject: George, Clarice H.
Human relations
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Caribbean
 Notes
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: CA01300111
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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Jn Celebration of the Cife of


Clarice 2ledrington eorge
3une 10, 1944 3uly 26, 1995

Funeral Service
Saturday, ugust 5, 1995
Tiewing: 9.00 1000 am
Service: 10.00 am
Creque's funeral -lome
interment in (Western Cemetery
St. Thomas, U1.S. t irgin islands
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Survivors
HUSBAND
Cleophus George
MOTHER
Gerda Hedrington
CHILDREN
Ione George, Ann Marie George, Desiree George, Franklin George,
Edwin George, Winston George, Christopher George
BROTHERS
Rudie, Henrique and Leny Hedrington
SISTERS
Vandrina Hedrington-Rogers, Arline and Lauren Hedrington
GRANDCHILDREN
Kenneth and Kariem Guishard, Tisha and Shanel Francis,
Brittani and Breanna Trent, Klement George
AUNTS
Maria Rivera, Ivy Hodge, Dulcina Hedrington,
Ione Hedrington-Chinnery, Rita Thompson
UNCLES
Joseph and Paul Rivera, Granville, Clarence,
Vancio and Leslie Hedrington
SISTERS-IN-LAW
Mariel Hedrington, Elva Hedrington
NIECES
Alica and Patrice Hedrington, Rene Rogers
NEPHEWS
Rudie Jr. and Jamal Hedrington
SPECIAL FRIENDS
Mrs. Mavis Henley, Mrs. Iris Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. James Caines
many other relatives and friends


Pallbearers
Kariem Guishard, Winston George, Eddie George,
Rudolph Hedrington, Frankie George, Christopher George
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farewell
To my daughter, the daughter every mother would dream of having...
Oh Clarice, on that day of your death, after saying my prayers that
morning, I always say a prayer for my family, the sick in the hospital and
around the world. When I think about how much you suffered without
saying a word. Whenever I asked you, "Clarice, how are you feeling
today," you would always reply, "Oh, not bad." That morning that you
died I could see in your face that you were suffering so deeply. After
praying for you, I thought that if only God would come to me in a dream
or in any fashion and show me the way to help you. But He eased your
pain in His own way. Fret not, my beloved daughter, for your sufferings
have come to an end and the joy has just begun because you are living
now.
Your Mother always, rest on my sweet child.

To my loving wife... Clarice, we have been together for so many years.
We had so much fun and laughter. You have left and gone so suddenly,
you did not have the chance to say good-bye. On the day of your death I
was with you and I saw you leave. I will miss you and will always love
you.
Your loving husband Cleophus

Clarice ... Today my heart is filled with joy and sorrow. I can't help
but smile when I think of all the good times, of so many good times we
have shared. Then my eyes get filled with tears. I finally realize you are
no longer with us, but glory be to God, you are at a resting place where life
is a bed of roses. Your spirit lives on while your tired and paining body
rests. Sleep on my beloved sister.
Love always, your brother Rudie

Clarice ... I didn't think that you would leave us so soon. I was just
getting to know you. I was privileged to have you as my sister-in-law. I
will walk on my porch and will not see you sitting in your chair any more.
I will look down the steps and you will not be sitting there any more. God
giveth and He taketh. He loaned you to us and He saw fit at this time to
take you back. Clarice, you are out of your suffering and you are free of
pain. Rest in peace.
Your sister-in-law Mariel and family










To my mother and friend ... Ma, please forgive me, because I know
that you don't want me to be sad or unhappy. But the thought of not ever
seeing you again, it just hurts unbearably. But the comforting part is that
you always told me in many words that you loved and cared for me more
than I could ever imagine. And knowing that you will suffer no more, I
want you to have a good time up there and just wait until we meet again.
Love always and forever, your daughter and grandsons, lone, Kenny and
Kariem

To a person that I have had the privilege of meeting ... Ma, I am at a
loss for words. I have so many things to say, but again I am at a loss for
words. When I met you through your daughter lone, the first thing I saw
or noticed about you was that bright smile and friendly face, a smile and
friendly face that will linger in the hearts of many people for a long time to
come. Rest on, Ma, your work is done.
Terry




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