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ST.THOAS REFORMED CHURCH
Vwdn.sday Jun 3, 1981
10:00 A. ..
Rev. WllimM HoffMan,
Rev. Herman Luben,
Organist: Mr. Cowtney
Orpganit: Mr. Cooney RPena
SYLVIA HUNGER .
Sylvia Hunger was born in.St.Thomas on-June
S29, 1906, the daughter of Theresa Duurloo
Hungerand. Adolph Hunger.
Most of her working life- was spent in
service to the banking institution now known
as the First Pennsylvania Bank, fromrwhich
she retired about ten years ago. Miss Hunger
began" her employment in the 192,0's with the-
National Bank of the Danish West Indies,
which became the Virgin Islands National -Bank -
and later,;the First Pennsylvania. Bank.
;- Throughout, her life she lhas been a faith-
ful and active member of the St. homas O(utch)-.
Reformed Church, serving as Sunday School
teacher, choir member and" member of the Chris-'
:tian Endeavor Society and the WOments Fellbwship :
.Circle. She took particular pride and pleasure
in assisting,with preparations for monthly
communion services, and with getting out 'he-
church's monthly'newsletter. .
PAREELL TO E ME) ILTYE
It's more- than tearfi partCi g ts
*equeesing one breath and holding back the ighs in an
unsucessfu ef< f6rt -to tr to f at m the factua and
emotional meaning of your passing on from our tot Zd.
You were my-first Sunday Sahool teacher, aOnd-the
pambles you taught me have guided me morally and
You spent your teiseuae time with me on the weekend.
On Saturday you took me shopping to I.zeviin, SJddie
Basaar and other stores. You taught me about money and-
the- quality of go od. the eieninge you always'e-had-'
same activity read -a coloring book,- aig -saw puuale
*. or a .torbook. -hese influenced m educational en-
: deavore. On; Sunday, after di nne we strolteds then to
See -'Anne's for hand-dipped ice-oream, and on to the
tatftWnt to n it and enjoy the breezeass as we chatted
.,aiya 4 aboitohhoobl, church, friends andacmminty.
Y ourinterest became my interest. -
YZou were always on the, side supporting me as I
greo, sharing personal mementoes to marK each occasion.
A bible at confft-itio n; a vpecita birthetone on my,
13th birthday; ah inscribed chawn at high. schooZ gradu-
ation, and regular' etterse and'goodies at college to
stir my spirit when things gof rough.
S At, my wedding ceremony you were in the first row
beaming -ith. pide L and at ny son's baptism you desig-
- ntted yoursetf -ise7stra special Great Godaother ". -
SBut the sii~ficance of our relationship is not to be
measured in these material eipressions,-but in- the
quality and the eoatuivsioness of the-intangibZe ex-
preesione of love which flowed fre the moadent you
coaiiitted yourself to -the task of being my godothe. ; .
.. 2 his brif recollecZtion useda 2ep2riae- fri er
the tears. which fZored when I first heard of your -
passing, but now they lojw agaki, because the last
words are: FARNBE ar.L -NB SP, a treasured part ofb
mny Zife will bZ ee id.to Rest In eaoce.
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(A Tribute-fromin Joarineeee eese Brown)
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