Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Cobina L. Moscoso
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Cobina L. Moscoso
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Cobina L. Moscoso
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
 Subjects
Subject: Moscoso, Cobina L.
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: CA01300313
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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September 19, 1949-November 27. 1990
SERVICES&
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Monday, December 3, 1990 11 .00 am.
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On November 271990 Co a ThomasdeMoscK o depared lthsetomeether
Heavenly Father at the Peady Owes.
Cobine, who was afecltonately called "Coobs". asbom on September 19 1949.
She led her enltra e on S Thomas and enjoyed being actvew hin hercommunity.
She was a active member of the Soul Satr Sotbal Team and a member of the
Oqyp Camhn Troupe.
After completing her elementary education at Edih Wams School then
Wadlon School, she went on to complete her high school education at the Charlotte
AmeHe fgh School where she graduated In 1969.
t was during her high school day that Cobna met her long*m frend, Yete
Hermon. Because of their frendship. Cobina moved to Cold on, where she was
raised by her stepmother, Dos King. As she grew up and etered Into womanhood.
she moved away from her friends at Cold Point but they were always dear to her heart
Their needs and concems were her cause.
When Coral Word egan hiring employees in 1978. Cobineappled and was hired
ass b ate Cashler.urig her13yearsat Coral Worhd she hasfi te position of ate
Cashier, Office Assitant, and Salesperson before mong to her present portion of
Sore Manager for the Pear Bar.
Who can forget the storybook wedding of Fernando and Cobin and the love and
Joy they shared on the birth of th the twins. Izy and Kasey.
Cobina Thomas Moacoso will be long remembered for her compassionate.
fdendly and cheerful dispoitdon. Even though her ast few days were ful of hurt and
pain, she continued to smile.
As we bid farewel to our wife. mother, sister and friend, we can take time to
remember the periods of joy, laughter and all the wonderful times she graced our
heat homes and ves with her presence.
She wl surely be sed, b she ll continue to ie on In each of usaswe eell
n what we do.
Aft A -Youome Tumbul








































I love you Mommy, and I hope you know
Jesus loves you, too.
Kasey


MEMORIES
Memories are one day In times that will never be erased
It's why we're here to mourn your past and do what must take place.
Your life on earth is over you'll sleep for evermore.
We'll miss you deeply. Cobina.
Your Sister Madlyn. Family and Fdends
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I love my Mom, and she loves me, and she knows that
I know that. She is very special and nice.
But one thing I didn't like when she died. She is resting
with God. She doesn't have to suffer no more anyway.
We all love her so we got to believe it, too.
From Kizzy

To My Loving Sister:
Ufe is short and must come to an end, Rest in Peace
My loving big-little-Sis
Know that all is well with us
We'll always remember you at your best.
Your Sister
"Sha Sha"


Cobina, you have gone but will not be forgotten
For your soul has passed on to Heaven
But the Lord, I know, will watch over you
Because you are one of His children.
Your Dear Friend
Agnes

"Coobs", you were like a close sister rd never had
and still my very best friend
and rm sorry you had to go so soon,
but this still is not the end
for rll always remember the way you smiled
and how close you were to me
and with good thoughts and remembrances
you'll be engraved in my memory.
Best Friend
Jenny

TO THE FAMILY OF COBINA MOSCOSO
There's an open gate at the end of the road
Through which each must go alone,
And there, in a light we cannot see,
Our Father claims His own.....
Beyond the gate your loved one
Finds happiness and rest,
And there is comfort in thought
That a loving God knows best

Yvonne Tumbull & Family






W QRLD
A ST. THOMAS
UeNwAMI OSENVATOY AMD MAD PARK



TO THE FAMILY OF COBINA THOMAS MOSCO80



Life is but a stopping place.
a pause in what's to be,

A resting place along the road
to sweet eternity.

We all have different journeys,
different paths along the way,

We all were meant to learn some things,
but never meant to stay....

Our destination is a place
far greater than we know

For some, the journey's quicker,
for some, the journey's slow

Andwhen the journey finally ends,
we'll claim a great reward,

And find an everlasting peace,
together with the Lord.





Coral World Staff
a Management
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You were like a second mother to me, you filled a big part in my life, and
the morning when I heard of your death, it was as if my heart had been stabbed
by a knife, because for your life you desperatelyfoughtand although your soul
has passed on to Heaven, you'll always remain right here in my heart.
Remembrnce Alwys
Pat






MOTHER
Ina Leonard

STEP-MOTHER
Doris King

HUSBAND
Femando Moscoso

r CHILDREN
Rochelle Jacobs
Shera Thomas
Hubert Moscoso
Kiuy Moscoso
Kasey Moscoso

SISERS
Marilyn Harris
Padta Donovan
Glenette Blyden
Dawn Rogers
Sherane Otley
Shelia Philps
Debra Jackson
Conchita Benjamin

STEP-SISTERS
Yvonne Millner
hgrid Hermon
Barbara Hermon
Yvette Hermon
Oaudette King
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BROTHERS
Austin Bell
Dean James
Neti Thomas

STEP-BROTHER
Quentin Canton

MOTHER-IN-LAW
Dorothy aNeal Uzama

STEP-MOTHER IN-LAW
Digna Amoros de Moscoso

STEP-FATHER-IN-LAW
Roland Uama

BROTHERSINLAW
Coaos Moscoso
Edwardo ONeal
Ramon ONeal
Fdix O'Ned
Otis Hars

SISTERSIN-LAW
Thelma Callwood
Debra Santiago
Lunadga O'Ned
Ulain Belardo de O'Neal
Elba e Neal
Ullan Moscoso
NUda Garia
Rosa Bren
Digna Moscoso


SPECIAL AUNTS
Murel Jackson
rIta Kkng

SPECIAL UNCLES
Camille Klng
Humphrey Hermon







M UNCLES
Reginald Thomas
Godfrey Thomas

GODSONS
Gerald Goodings
Stanley Ludwig II
Raymond Iaac, Jr,
Kells Testamark
Julian Jackson, Jr.

SPECIAL FRIENDS
r Denise Meyers
Iene Gooding
Agnes Cannng
Eugene ONeal
Sonla Aubrey
Lucia Chalwel
Julian Jackson. Sr.
Yvonne Tumbul




Benle Chent
Leroy Hermon, Jr.
Trevor Hughes
SRaymiond Francis
Abetardo Moscoso
Enrrol Goodlngs




Cardos Moscoso
Austin Bell
Dean James
Neil Thomas
Felix ONeal
Richard Blake
ShernlI Brewster




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