Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Evanna Ludvig
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Evanna Ludvig
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Evanna Ludvig
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
 Subjects
Subject: Ludvig, Evanna
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.
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Bibliographic ID: CA01300258
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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In Loving Memory


Evanna Ludvig
September 27, 1900 June 27, 1990

Services:
Frederick Lutheran Church
Wednesday, July 11, 1990 1:30 p.m.
Viewing:
Creque's Funeral Home Chapel
12.00-12:30 p.m.
At the Church: 1.00-1:30 p.m.
Interment:
Western Cemetery
Von Scholt Collect
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Eulogy

Evanna Ludvig was born in St. Thomas on September 27, 1900 to
Christiana and Jacob Edwards. Her mother died wheh she, her younger
brother and sister, were still very young, so they were raised by their eldest
sisters who are all now deceased.

Evanna became the mother of one daughter and one son before she met
and married the late Charles Ludvig. Theirunion brought them three sons.

Evanna was a strict, no-nonsense, strong-minded person. Although her
sight was bad because of glaucoma, she always kept up to date with the
current events on the island. She could always keep her grandchildren and
great great-grandchildren informed.

Evanna lived her life for Christ She called on Him to the very end of her
1 ong life. She departed from this physical world during the early morning of
June 27, 1990. She is now going to receive the well deserved rest she so
desired.

Rest in peace! Grandmother, Dear!







Pallbearers

Roy Christian / Dean Christian / Michael Christian
Roy Hansen, Jr. / Stanley Ludvig, Jr. / Keith Francis


Honorary Pallbearers

Warren Richards, Jr. / Charles Christian / Carl Powell, Jr.
Lesmore Hansen / Raheem Christian / Dale Williams










Survivors

BROTHER
Nehemiah Edwards
DAUGHTER
Evelyn Greaux
SONS
Stanley Ludvig, Sr / Valdemar Tuitt
14 GRANDCHILDREN, including:
Charles, Roy, Valencia and Ina Christian
June and Joyce Hansen
Charlene and Arlene Blackman
Thyra Lang / Leona Smith /
Yvonne, Bernard, Valmey and Stanley Ludvig, Jr.
72 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN, including:
Carolyn, Harolyn and Jeselle Hansen
Desha and Carl Powell, Jr.
Wayne, Raheem, Kema, Michael Christian and Charles Christian, Jr.
Roy Lang, Jr. / Shawn and Shawna Ludvig
Akil and Frankie Brathwaite, Jr.
Abigail Amaro / Patricia Thomas / Dale Williams
Laverne Amy / Stanley Ludvig III and Lyna Fredericks
26 GREAT GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN
FOUR NIECES
Leona Canton / Miriam Prince / Eleanor Joseph / Lenore Edwards

SPECIAL FRIENDS
Leon Petersen / Pedro Riviera / Ms Blake / Ms. Henney, and others 4f[
Many, many Cousins, Great Nieces, Great Nephews
and other relatives too numerous to mention.



^ssss^~





Eulogy ................................................... Ina Christian
Duet ........................................... The Canton Sisters
The Lord's Prayer
Psalm 23.............. ............................... Congregation
HYMNS AT CHURCH
Blessed Assurance / Amazing Grace / Abide With Me
Hymns at Greaeside
How Great Thou Art / The Strife Is O'er
Jerusalem the Golden


AMQNS.






Tributes


TO MY BELOVED MOTHER:
You were here with us, now you are gone left us; you leave behind your
love, your smile and believing in the Lord. Mother, you receive the
distinguished Master's award and many awards serving the Lord and your
family and friends well done with good faith. Mother, a special place awaits
you with the Master.
May you rest in Peace.
From your one and only Beloved Daughter
Evelyn Greaux and Family


We are going to miss you dearly, Grandmother.
From Stanley Ludvig Sr. and Family


May you sleep in Peace!
From Stanley Ludvig Sr. & Jr.



IN LOVING MEMORIES
OF MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER
For the past 24 years of my life I grew to love you. You were always.
willing to give or help someone. You will always say "Carrie," take this two
dollars to help youwith the bus and hurry go up before it gets too dark. So on
June 27,1990 you leave me without saying good-bye. But you always tell me
Carrie, the-Lord works in mysterious ways. And I see what you mean.
So my beloved Great-Grandmother, rest in peace until we meet again in
that wonderful kingdom that you always seek.
Love you
Always your Great-Granddaughter
Carrie


TO MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER:
I will always remember the days that you used to call me to open a can of
soup and empty the garbage and clean the windows and you would say take
this dollar to buy a special.
"Rest in Peace".
I will miss you
Tiffany
7





TO MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER:
We have shared some very special moments together that I will always
treasure. You are in the best hands that anyone can be in that is the
Lord's hands. The Almighty has taken you to his kingdom where you will be
forever.
Love
"Harlo"

"REMEMBERING YOU AS OUR GRANDMOTHER"
....With your loving, caring, and sharing ways. Because the Master took you
home, we have to accept that you are gone. So we'll try hard to be brave and
strong. As long as our lives prolong; Please restin peace Grandmother Dear.
For we all know that you did care. While you were here you did your best.
We'll always remember you while you rest.
Rest in Peace
From your Special Granddaughter and Family
Joyce Hansen and Family

GRANDMOTHER,
You have left us to reside in the home which our father has prepared for
you, and although we'll see you no more, your gentle smile and love will
remain with me always.
I love you.
Your Great-Grandson
Royo Hansen, Jr.

GREAT GREAT-GRANDMOTHER:
We will always remember when we come down to see you. You will ask
which one you are with a smile. And you will say look in the dish on the table
and you will see a quarter.
We will miss you a lot.
Your Great Great-Granddaughters and Son
Shernell, Caiya, Sherell, Caila and Curtis La'Neel

AUNT EVANNA
During the years you were there to offer words of wisdom, you spoke of
the delights and disappointments of life.
The conversation between us will be missed. But the memories will
always be remembered. Though it has now come o an end, I know within
myself that you are at rest and in the hands of the Lord.
May you rest in eternal peace.
Miriam Prince and Family




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