Anne Whylly

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Funeral Service for Anne Whylly age 53 years, of Premier Estates, will be held, on Saturday November 01, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Cross Anglican Church, Highbury Park off Soldier Road. Officiating will be Canon Norman Lightbourne assisted by Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles, Fr. Richard Wood, Fr. Timothy Eldon and Fr. Andrew Toppin. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive.
Left to cherish her precious memories are her husband: Stephen Whylly; daughters: Antja and Annja Whylly; parents: Nurse Elaine Duncanson Cooper, Christopher and Anna Cooper; sisters: Joan Cooper, Krysteen Rollins, Kylie (Malvin) Moore, Julianne (Anthony) Smith and Kim (Timothy) Philip; brothers: Milton (Demetria) Cooper and Nelson Cooper; sister-in-law: Esther Cartwright; brother-in-law: Pastor Charles (Sandra) Dorsett; nieces: Azrae, Makaela, Victoria, Christina, Demina, Deanthea, Chelsea, Malika, Maya and Ana; nephews: Jarrel, Jarrard, Randy Malvin and Max; aunts: Maude Jones, Monica Sands, Maxine Carpenter, Mary Mortimer, Naomi (Ivan) Carroll, Helen Knowles and Marilyn Moultrie; uncles: The Rev’d. Dr. James (Bernadette) Moultrie, Paul (Anita) Cooper, Bertram (Bertha) Duncanson, Cecil Duncanson and Kenneth (Sonia) Moultrie; grand aunts: Maureen Rahming and Mary (Oscar) Jessie; grand uncles: Charles, Gilbert (Gloria) and Hugh Dupuch; great grand aunts: Jessie Duncanson, Kerturah Ferguson, Valerie Duncanson, Leonie Duncanson and Pamela Duncanson; cousins: Monique, Veronica, William, Thea, Winston (Tracey) Olga, Dena, Charlene, Delisa, Brandace, Shari (John), Mario (Italia), Marcian, Dax, Theresa (Dennis), Edward, Kevin (Seanette), Dewitt, Mavalo, Lavado, Devano, Sascha, Brenique, Keturah, Ianthe, DeNez, Jamil, Matthew, Megan, Samantha, Nikki, Sean (Stacy), Shelly (Franon), Sherelle (Chris), De’Andrea (Raymond), Carrison, Shantor (Vaughn), Jamaine, Apryl, Jamal, Casey (Elise), Bradley, Ricardo, Dion, Rionda, Tshombe and Sanchia; god-parents: Dr. Cecil Bethel, Charlamae Forbes and Venincia Thompson; god children: Thia, Alexis, D’Shaun, Allison, Shavaughn, Shaunette, Jaquan, Delisa and Lydia; numerous relatives and friends including: The Right Rev’d. Laish Boyd, Joann Boyd and Family, Canon Charles Simmons and Family, Deputy Commissioner Quinn McCartney and Family, Charles Collins, Eva Hilton and Family, Julie Dean and Family, Sonia and Andy Gill and Family, Daphne Clarke and Family, Celeste Mitchell and Family, Kim Thurston and Family, Dale Sawyer and Family, Lloyd Toppin and Family, Nellie Wood and Family, Maxine Roker and family, Valderine Lockhart and Family, Virginia Sturrup and Family, Doyle and Judith Burrows and family, DYanza and Freda Burrows and family, Iris Deveaux and family, Maxwell and Gwendolyn Turner and Family, Samuel and Betty Hall and Family, Cynthia Mayhew and family, Marjorie Basden and family, Barton Duncanson and family, Alvin Duncanson, Roosie and Billy Godet and Family, Barbara Cooper, Elarymae Beasly and the entire Ft. Lauderdale Family, Eltha Bannister and family, Melodie Walkine, Dr. Mortimer Moxey, Roosevelt, Earl, Diane and Monique Rahming, Tyrone, Craig (Gaynell), Dion (Lindsay), and Stacey Peterson, the Cooper, Moultrie, Dupuch, Duncanson, Godet, Rahming , Moxey and Sturrup families, Colyn Thompson Jr. and family, Canon Norman Lightbourn and The Holy Cross Anglican Church family, The Venerable Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles and The St. George’s Church family, Rose May Thompson and Family, Lavette Glinton and Family, Sonia Adderley, Linda Bartlett and the Holy Cross Decorating Committee, Gina McKenzie and the Holy Cross Cherubs, Holy Cross Youth Department and Sunday School, PYC and The Diocesan Youth Department, staff of the Dept. of Social Services and Community Development, St. John’s College Graduating Class of 1979, Push Paper Shack and the Valley Boys Junkanoo Group, the Montrose Avenue and Culmersville family and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers’ Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday October 31, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and at the church on Saturday November 01th, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. until service time.