Group Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Title: Funeral Booklet for Freddie Warren Hilaire
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 Material Information
Title: Funeral Booklet for Freddie Warren Hilaire
Series Title: Virgin Islands Funeral Memorial Booklets
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Estate of Freddie Warren Hilaire
Institute for Museum and Library Services (National Leadership Grant Award, ND-00026) ( Donor )
Subject: Hilaire, Freddie Warren
Human relations
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
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: CA01300156
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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FREDDIE WARREN HLAIRE was bor on June 27, 1950 on the island of
St. homas to Alleen Joseph Hilaire and Thomas Hilaire, Sr. He was lovingly
reared by his maternal grandrnther,.Victoria Joseo.
He received his elemeptaui ar d setondasy ducatirt LThomas
a.nd ew York. He was:a graduate of CharlotlteAmalle igh Shlande
then College of the Virgin Islands where he majored in Biology and was
subsequwnly employed as a scerice teacher at Addelita Cancyn Junior
High Schtool for several years before his retirement in 1986.
Freddie was a unique ndiddual who, even though affected with a
chronic ness, accomplished much in i e. He was an mechanic and
carpenter, and took great pride in his garden of fuit tree Even though in
pain may times, he never complied or. succnedto set-plty. He brought
joy and happiness to numerous people be, ir caring nature and
friendly, happy dispodtuon Hmewis an example of sQeMh4iourage and
determination He was loeid:and respected by all who-knei him. He has
left a legacy of love and joyful living. His Ififertouched and enriched our
lives profoundly, and his time here on earth has made our world a better
Yes; we grieve and mourn today, but deep in our hearts and minds we
know that our pain and sorrow will gradually decrease and bei'plaed by
the merriries of the precious timrs we-have shared with Freddle.

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Aleen HOire
Thomas laire, Sr.
Anna Walace Hilare
Michael Jabad HNai
Souidjala Carty.
Faith Blydenilaire .
erard, Victor and Thomas Hiaire, '
Kim and Penny Hilare, Carol HUaireCarter
Gwen Green, Deta Joseph and Urania Baire
Many Undes, including LUonel HiBe
Cousins, Nephews, Neces and Godchldren
John Lyndch, Jr. / Norman and Adina Wlliams / St aalr and Fekleca Potter
Cfford and Unda Came / Gauy and Marissa Danet / Susan Julus
Patrida Stevens / Robert Edwards / Austn Bradtwate
Ethelson Eddy./ Richard Fater..

Geiard Hlire / John Lynch, Jr. / St Clar Poter
S f. Id Cmnlel / Gay Danet / Norman Wilams

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kwolved %In. TechermslMch4Unn c*fuin cp d gree
joy fahuehood eaupcldkn d aand ae ome.1 MBl er eng it ;
face iof conatlphydical die uosd u ade mae aalhing ieiop k d J
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wlk toful ourn any ls Weloibe you a eumade youc aed do our
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Ftedie gave mnina g to the weadiurdiuian". He ealy cadbout -
people. He ehaed f ln whatever he Jainrwiktuht totfgI e nsauiti
hedileaidwhettoe.Fteddierepted. UdeJmqa oP e
wns conaimed abgutUll aqua~y fe.l is YI4Whetd oom5
p-ih so' tnch. He wM .a mecdanic, Sentiw frMnSYfehi,
caipenier and tseaer. As a teacher he prU arectd the Ivl o many
yourg people. reddle deed heu odds by his tlyof IfeN but mnni t b
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raddle, Ia Ikow tbou are gone, buIyoua ne r btefoirgpan -frod
behriateaucher to me in ahooI, tobecambii neigtalwamien*lohd
tonehefntetr*er whentirneswre roughwIh me, afndt ki alWlti n*
to you fr adi bec aie you were alwys hee to hlp me ou rddI
thank you for ayou haielone to ar eme lfeemi e ailsoteueer d
indness you've own me. twill ne-ver strqmaIhml r ie
in my heart. Peddie, I mac you dearoiy and .ou ne.wrforg t y
yu srest in poace, ,y bother. IO W Auolim d .

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