Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Evelyn Zaida Lepps
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Evelyn Zaida Lepps
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Evelyn Zaida Lepps
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
 Subjects
Subject: Lepps, Evelyn Zaida
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.
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Bibliographic ID: CA01300235
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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Evelyn Zaida Lepps

August 24, 1933 January 17, 1995


St. Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Cathedral
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Order ofService




ENJTRANCE HYMN ......................................... Blessed Assurance

FIRST READING.......................... Wis 3:1-9. Marion Edgar Lepps

RESPONSORIAL PSALM............................. ............. Psalm 23 -
Marion Ann Lepps-Beaupierre

SECOND READING. ...................................................... Rom 6:3-9

OFFERTORY HYMN................ What a Friend We Have in Jesus

GOSPEL & HOMILY................................. Father Bernard Campbell

SIGN OF PEACE....................................................... Instrumental

COMMUNION HYMN.......................................... Bind Us Together

MEDITATION SOLO......................... "Ave Maria" Solo Fay Moon

EULOGY.................. .......................... .................................... Yes

FINAL COMMENDATION AND FAREWELL............................. -

RECESSIONAL HYMN................................... Morning Has Broken


The family wish to retire quietly







9Pallbearers

Marlon Lepps
Frantz Brooks
Emanual Beaupierre
Compton Grouveia
Wallace Goodman
Ronald Goodman



honorary Pallbearers

George Acevedo
Arthur Chinnery
Myron Jackson
Lubin Scarbriel


OfficiatinQ Clerw4y

Father Bernard Campbell


'PFanist
Fay Moon







Born on August 24, 1933 to Violet and Walter Goodman,
Evelyn Goodman began her life in Georgetown Guyana SA. Later
on in years she was married to Herman Lepps. They in turn con-
ceived three children Petal, Marion, and Marion Lepps. She moved
to Saint Thomas where she spent over 30 years of her life. She
first worked at Bank of Nova Scotia, then First Federal, and until
her death worked at Little Switzerland Havensight. Her second full
time job was her sewing. She enjoyed sewing, and was up all
hours of the night trying to finish up her sewing. Regardless of
what other obligations, Evelyn's main priority was her children. She
shared her laughter, affection, love, and good family values with us.
On Jan 8th, Evelyn knew something was wrong. So, she
picked up the phone and called her friend Elizabeth St..Catherine,
and was able to say she wasn't feeling well. Elizabeth immediately
rushed to her side. She was rushed to St. Thomas Hospital, tests
proved she had a ruptured blood vessel in her head. Upon being
flown to Puerto Rico, tests further diagnosed a brain aneurism.
The last few days that we spent by her bedside was the hardest
we've ever experienced. Memories that will be engraved on the
mind for a lifetime. Evelyn knew it was her calling, she would say
"Why don't you all go take a walk and come back." As much as it
pained us to lose someone we cherished for so long, we knew we
had to let go, for the good lord also wanted her by his side, and
without questioning why, his needs were granted on Jan 17, 1995.
To all her family and friends she leaves you with her kindness, good
words, and laughter. May you rest in peace dear mother, and may
god bless you always.
Survivors

Mother................................................. Violet Gouveia
Daughters........................................... Petal Lepps
Marion Lepps-Beaupierre
Son........................................................ Marion Lepps
Brothers................................................ Compton Gouveia
Wallace Goodman
Ronald Goodman
Sisters.................................................. Norma Prescott
Olga Clarke
Jeanette Mitchelle
Colleen Gouveia
Many Neices, Nephews, and many other relatives
Special Friend..........................................Mr. Frantz Brooks




























Special Thbanks Tol:


Mr. Frantz Brooks
Mrs. Elizabeth St. Catherine & Family
Mrs. Bernice Jockson
Venetta Clarke
Orelia Lawrence
Joy Harris
Joy Prescott
Glendora Dawson

And the many others who have offered their support. Bless you all.









"Mommy", may God bless your kind and forgiving heart. You

were the most important person in my life. Your love was free and

fulfilling. No one can and will ever take your place. I know you're

resting peacefully and are watching over us, you were the best.

Mom, I miss you, I miss you so much it hurts, you will always

be a part of me. Mom, I love you forever and always....

"You're simply the best"



My undying Love


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"Some people come into our lives and quickly go; others are

there from the start, leaving footprints on your hearts. Footprints

that are etched in our memories for a lifetime. The love of a moth-

ers like those footprints. I will miss you my dear sweet Mother, with

your warm embrace, your humor, your style, and the smile upon

your face. You are free from turmoil, and free from pain, may the

good Lord hold you in His arms, and guide you to His flock. My

undying love and prayers are with you always. I love you dearly

Mother"



Loving you always


Mi, HOJn.







Mother, dear Mother, I shall henceforth miss you forever

more. You caressed my emotions when my life seemed bleak, you

were the one that was there, always there for me. I am not afraid to

admit that I took for granted the love you expressed to me, for that I

am sorry. Mom, I do love you and I will always carry your memory

with me in my mind and in my heart. Mother, for all the hardships,

complaints, and the many obsticles you are finally at peace and will

soon be in the arms of the Lord. Rest in peace my sweet Mother,

my only Mother you will be missed.


Your one and only


Marlon.




"To the most wonderful woman I've ever known...

I'll miss you always"


Trantz 8raoks




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