Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Lillian Agatha Hodge Harrigan
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Lillian Agatha Hodge Harrigan
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Lillian Agatha Hodge Harrigan
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
 Subjects
Subject: Harrigan, Lillian Agatha Hodge
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: CA01300555
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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SW Ce/eration


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&//ian 3yqaf/Aa 7foo[ge-Jfarrgian
January 14, 1914 -January 26, 1998

FUNERAL SERVICE
Saturday, January 31, 1998

Viewing: 9:00 10:00 A.M.
Service: 10:00 A.M.

Christ Church Methodist Church
Market Square, St. Thomas VI

Officiating Mr. Carl Penn

Internment: Western Cemetery #2


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Order of Service





OPENING SENTENCES -------------------------------MR. CARL PENN

HYMN ----------------------------------W E STRIFE 15 B'ER

PRAYER ----------------- -----------------------------------

EULOGY --------------------------------------MRS. MARIA A YALA

SELECTION ------------------------- MRS. MARIL YN MALONE

TWENTY THIRD PSALM ------------------- ALL STANDING)

SCRIPTURE READING --0. T Lesson --ECCL.. 3: 1-15-MRS. SEZILEE REOVAN

SCRIPTURE READING ---------ST JOHN'S GOSPEL --- JENNIFER REOVAN

HYMN ------- ------- ----------HERE 1/ A FBOHAIN FIbbEB WIWH BhBBB

SERMON ---------------------------.-------------- MR. CARL PENN

HYMN ----------------------------WRFHRBUefH WHE bhFE BF BB BOR FAWIER

THEAPOSTLES CREED --------------- -----------

PRA YER OF THANKSGIVING --------------------------MR. CARL PENN

COMMENDATION ------------------------ --------- -------------.

THE LORD'S PRAYER ------------------------------------------------------

BENEDICTION ---------------- -------------------------------------------

RECESSIONAL HYMN --------------------W TBR ANEHBR HhbB





&u/oyy

i/tian 3iga/la fooodge-Jfarrigan was 6orn on January 14, 1914 on
/Ae island o/Jorto/a, 2J.V.Z

cSAe was educated at tle Cane Yarden 13ay ile/lodis cScAoo/
and amnra/ed to &/ JAomas in lAe /ale 1930 s.

Bi/&lan woredo in /Ae fJo/e/gindustry, al /te Virgin 9s/andso Ji/ion
J.loe//rom i/s enceplion lo l/e lime o/Aer retirement in 1968. SAe
a/so worded at /Ae Vil/a O/ga and -3/ue -3eards Gas//e J7olel

2/f/er Aer retirement, sAe relured/o Aer 6e/ovediorol/a, "Aere
s.ie oversaw /ie work ofgrowing/ruits andoegelab/es, supplying
many o//Ae mawrel venders Aere in cS/. aomas.

Jieres was a very active /fe, in wAicA sAe lrave/fed widely in /Ae
lniled 3Sates, and olAer Gari66ean islands, unli/Aer if/ness
cur/ai/edAer Iravels in 1996.

3Ae was Aouse 6ound since /Aen, un/ilAer Aospitaiza/ion over /Ae
pas/few weeks.

cAe depar/ed/(s /ie very peaceful/ on /Ae evening of Januaryy 26,


AITay ~er sou/res in peace.






(Survioors


SON
Valantine Hodge

DAUGHTER
Valberg E. Reovan

GRANDCHILDREN
Angela Thomas, Federick Hodge, & Jennifer Reovan

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN
Qiana Thomas & Byron Thomas Jr.

SISTERS
Evelyn Skelton, Iris Scatliffe, Gloria Wheatley,
Cynthia Lambert & Daisy Hodge

BROTHERS
Eston, Raymond & Luden Todman

DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
Estelle Hodge

MANY OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION

PALLBEARERS
VALENTINE HODGE/ FREDRICK HODOE
KENNETH REOVAN/ BYRON THOMAG
PA TRICK HODGE / GDNEY FREEMAN

HONORARY PALBEARERS
ALLAN TODMAN / WILFRED TODMAN
HUSTON HARRIGAN / EDWIN SCATLIFFE
HENRY FREEMAN / WILLIAM TURNBULL






3/Aez c5i/s/evr; J Srnoc/mo/Ae^
^o/Aer-^2-z/3 Srea/ cmeaon Ze/ r"

You played a o6feren/ Aoweoer, imporlan/
role in each inoiioicuafs Aife. We eacA
Jee/a profound sense ojfoss.
We reminisce, smile, fauyh, ye! mourn,
anoda/ ouyA you are no longer wilAf us,
memories o you fioe on in our Aear/s.


IAe family

































7pprecialion
We are deeply grateful Io /Ae many persons wAo Aave 6een so
suppor/tie during L/e illness, dealA, and buria/o/our mother andyrand
mo/Ier. your /oe, prayers andencouraging words wi.fbe remembered
4y us always.


PRINTED BY JOHN THOMAS MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME




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