fecia R.OVf. Ctinnery Nufiez
THURSDAY, MARCH 25. 1982
STS. PETER AND PAUL CATHEDRAL
ST. THOMAS, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
INTERMENT AT WESTERN CEMETERY
St. 1Thoma. VI
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LECIA RALDA MARIA CHINNERY NUNEZ
FEBRUARY 12, 1922 March 19, 1982 *-
.5cia Ralda Maria Chinnery Nunez was born on Sunday,
February 12, 1922 to Mr. and Mrs. David Chinnery, Sr. in
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
She received her early education at the Catholic Elemen-
tary and Junior High School and at the Charlotte Amalie
High School, and was a member of the CAHS graduating
class of 1942. Following her high school graduation, she
attended the Parson's School of Design in New York City and '.
was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fashion Design.
She was the proud recipient of the Outstanding Student .
Design Award and was among the top ten students of her '
graduating class. Lccia later did graduate work towards a *
Master of Arts degree in Fashion Design at Columbia Univer- ,;
sity in New York City.
The mother of three sons and a daughter by a previous
marriage, Mrs. Nunez raised her four children and a god- '. ;
child from infancy. She was a loving mother who expressed
her love openly.
She was a fashion designer and dressmaker who, except
for a brief period when she managed her own store called
Lesette's Boutique, maintained an exclusive clientele of
satisfied customers at her home at Hospital Ground through-
out the years.
She enjoyed parties and other social functions. She loved ':'
to travel; she enjoyed living, but most of all she loved people.
Lecia would welcome open discussions on almost any subject .
and derived pleasure from a healthy debate. She could always
be relied upon for sound practical advice.
During her illness, she was most enduring. She exuded
strength, courage and optimism. Her illness notwithstanding,
she was always willing to offer her assistance to everyone
who sought it. i..
Lecia Ralda Maria Chinnery Nunez departed this life on
Friday, March 19, 1982 following a sustained illness. .
May her soul rest in peace.
David Edmond Chinnery
Anna Eulalia Tranbcrg Chinnery
Paulette M. Harrigan
Didliffe W. Tindle
Michael D. Tindle
David E. Tindle
Cleone Crequc Maynard
Barbara E. Tindle
Jasmine O'Connor Tindle
Monique E. Harrigan
Many other relatives and friends
Norris Joseph / Dr. Paul Maynard / John Gifft
Rudel Chinnery / Michael Farrington / Samuel Phillip
David E. Tindle / Michael D. Tindle / Walter Chinnery
Arthur Chinnery / Joel Gifft / Wallace Chinnery
Ordce 6f Service
ENTRANCE HYMN ................. "O Lord My God,
When I in Awesome Wonder"
Hymn No. 37
FIRST READING ..................... Wisdom 3:1-9
Mrs. Alda John
SECOND READING ................... Romans 6:3-9
Mrs. Alda John
THE HOLY GOSPEL
OFFERTORY HYMN .... "Just a Closer Walk With Thee"
COMMUNION HYMN .......... "The Old Rugged Cross"
MEDITATION ......................... "Ave Maria"
EULOGY .............................John P. Scott
FINAL COMMENDATION AND FAREWELL
RECESSIONAL HYMN ........ "Mine Eyes Have Seen the
Glory of the Coming of the Lord"
t y-ou, QCLanny.
Lhank you Granny, for your help, love and patience with
us. We're hoping that you have a safe trip so that we can
meet together. We'll remember you until our dying day
because you taught us the righteous way, even though you
yent away. For your kindness and loveable ways, may
God bless you!
Karen, Monique and Paul
COVER SYMBOL The rewards of the
faithful In heaven above the stars are the
crown and palms of victory.